CRN Yacht unveils new 203-footer

At 203 feet with a beam of 37 feet, the new yacht was engineered by CRN’s Ancona, Italy-based technical department.
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This is a rendering of CRN’s new 203-foot yacht, which features five decks.

This is a rendering of CRN’s new 203-foot yacht, which features five decks.

Ferretti Group brand CRN Yacht, which specializes in fully custom steel and aluminum pleasure yachts, released the details of its newest build.

At 203 feet with a beam of 37 feet, the new yacht was engineered by CRN’s Ancona, Italy-based technical department, complemented by the Italian firm Nuvolari Lenard, which did the exterior concept and interior design.

CRN said the new vessel features five decks and includes the owner’s stateroom, as well as five VIP cabins accommodating as many as 12 guests. It will be equipped with two MTU 12V4000 M63 1500 Kw at 1,800 rpm engines that will push it to a maximum speed of 16 knots.

Three more vessels are under construction at CRN: the 242-foot M/Y CRN 131, which will be delivered during the spring and presented as an international premiere at the Monaco Yacht Show in September; the 259-foot M/Y CRN 135; and the 164-foot M/Y CRN 136 Superconero.

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