Hull 138 is the most recent project of the Italian shipyard, CRN Yacht, that features the collaboration of Omega Architects for its exterior and Pulina Exclusive Interiors, for the yacht interior. They have officially displayed the photos of the interiors. We want to unveil the settings in this amazing vessel that is impressing every yachting aficionado, that looks for the best in the industry.
Italian shipyard CRN has revealed the first interior settings of its in-build 62-meter superyacht Hull 138. With the interior design by Pulina Exclusive Interiors, the concept sits on sophisticated wall décor. The generous living and dining areas, together with the owner’s suite and cabins, will reflect an “enlightened contemporary living concept”, according to the shipyard. This vessel shares amazing features that make it stand out in every way possible!
The interior will feature a classic and contemporary vibe, where chic details, premium materials and a color palette of subtle natural tones, that perfectly reflects the initial concept. Large windows are one of the main features throughout this vessel, so it is surrounded by natural light, and breathtaking ocean views. By being surrounded by those natural elements, the yacht becomes extra special.
It is able to fit 16 guests within 8 cabins, categorized in 2 masters, 5 guests, and 1 VIP room. Meanwhile, this 203.41-feet vessel features a displacement steel hull and aluminum superstructure, with teak decks. The yacht has already been sold to an undisclosed client in January 2018, and although construction is running on schedule, the delivery is set to be in 2021.
Omega’s signature exterior style can be seen throughout the design, with sleek and sporty exterior lines. The Hull 138 features a vertical bow that will maximize the interior space available. There are various dining areas as well as indoor and outdoor lounges, while generous windows provide an immediacy to the experience of the sea and the coast.
The most outrageous element in the Hull 138 is definitely the main-deck living area. According to CRN Yacht, it shares “a single eye-catching space encapsulating all the elements of style that define her design”. This official sneak peek has caused quite a commotion around the yachting company, and we can’t wait to see the Hull 138 in 2021!