Italian yard CRN Yachts splashed their latest build, the 79-meter Hull 135. This yacht rolled out of the building dock last month in preparation for its full launching. Of course Hull 135 is CRN’s second largest build to date coming in just behind the 80-meter “Chopi Chopi”.
On the exterior you will find the design lines of Zuccon International Project in concert with CRN. The interior on the other hand is the work of Laura Sessa. Project management was done by Mega Yacht Solutions. The yacht spreads over a five-deck arrangement and was not always 79-meters LOA. When it was first envisioned it called for an LOA of around 77-meters. The hull was built from steel and the superstructure aluminium.
With an LOA of 79-meters and an overall beam of 13.5-meters she is no doubt a spacious superyacht. Accommodation is for twelve guests in five VIP-grade suites and a master suite. Up to 39 crew members can up accommodated as well. More than 1,000 persons attended the splashing event and the head of CRN, Alberto Galassi said, “Turning to the new 79-metre yacht by CRN, I would say that both the exterior and the interiors – and in general the impeccable design of the whole ship – are a glowing testament to the skill and construction excellence that are the hallmark of our historic yard in Ancona”.
Hull 135 is expected to have a top speed of 16-knots thanks to CAT power.
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