Delivered in August, the new 79-metre opus takes a bow with her world premiere at the boat show in the Principality.
Ancona, 18 September 2019 – CRN continues to go big and at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019, from 25 to 28 September, the brand will present the world premiere of the M/Y 135, its latest 79-metre megayacht delivered in August. CRN M/Y 135 is entirely personalised and built throughout to the owner’s vision. It has a striking character and seagoing spirit that shines through the sophisticated bespoke sartorial design.
This brand-new megayacht is the fruit of the masterly work of the yard’s accomplished technical team – almost 200 project managers, project architects, engineers, technical designers and specialist craftspeople, who have put their vast experience and total dedication into this endeavour. The overall design is by the CRN Technical Office in partnership with Zuccon International Project, who shaped the external lines, while the interiors and the external guest areas were styled by Laura Sessa.
CRN M/Y 135 is a unique creation with a magnificent harmony of form in her volumes and proportions. The exquisite comfort of her generous indoor spaces - characterized by refined settings - complements the dynamism and crispness of her external lines.
With five decks – one the owner’s exclusive domain – and at 79 metres in length and 13.50 in the beam, the Ancona yard’s latest arrival hosts up to 12 guests in supreme comfort. The comprehensive accommodation includes the owner’s suite and five guest cabins plus 15 cabins for the 29 crew and another five for members of staff, while the indoor and outdoor living areas bring out the pleasure of entertaining moments on board. The yacht has a top speed of 16 knots and cruises at 15 knots, courtesy of her twin CAT 3516C engines outputting 1640 kW at 1600 rpm.
Launched in March and delivered this summer, CRN M/Y 135 is a powerful witness of superb craftmanship, design and building expertise that have always been CRN’s defining hallmark, the emblem of its guiding principle “Made by you with our own hands.”