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CRN debuts megayachts at Monaco show

CRN dIsplayed three new megayachts — the 180-foot Atlante, 200-foot Saramour and 239-foot Yalla — at the Sept. 23-26 Monaco Yacht Show.
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CRN said the 180-foot Alante draws inspiration from some elements typical of military vessels.

CRN said the 180-foot Alante draws inspiration from some elements typical of military vessels.

Italian builder CRN dIsplayed three new megayachts — the 180-foot Atlante, 200-foot Saramour and 239-foot Yalla — at the Sept. 23-26 Monaco Yacht Show.

“We were extremely proud to be presenting, for the first time ever at the same time, three very different yachts, which however share CRN's unmistakable style,” CRN chairman and CEO Lamberto Tacoli said in a statement.

“Our cooperation with several world-renowned architectural and design firms has allowed us to show the shipyard's different souls, its ability to harmonize its style with different philosophies, to develop exclusive and unprecedented projects and, above all, to keep meeting our clients' needs and requirements. We are sure that our design and construction flexibility will also significantly contribute to the ambitious plans of other Ferretti Group brands."

The builder said the Alante is 36 feet wide and is characterized by a deliberately strong stylistic identity that draws inspiration from some elements typical of military vessels.

The Saramour is the first CRN megayacht penciled by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The 36-foot-wide boat develops over five decks.

The Yalla is CRN’s first yacht built on a 42-foot-wide naval platform. It includes a wellness area found on the lower deck, which features a beach club with a large pool and a fitness area.

CRN specializes in steel and aluminum yachts between 164 and 295 feet.

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