Expert craftsmanship and elegant Italian design combine to create a yacht of fluid lines and harmonious beauty.
Ancona, 21 January 2019 – CRN presents She, the new 70-metre custom yacht project with a sophisticated style and delicate harmony of form.
The new concept has been developed by the CRN Technical Office working closely with Vallicelli Design, the Italian architecture and design studio helmed by Andrea Vallicelli and Alessandro Nazareth.
As her name suggests, the She design concept exudes a certain femininity of touch with a subtly seductive construction, as can be appreciated in the generous spaces on the decks and the ample, welcoming interiors. The slender profile and linear styling, with the horizontal line inscribed from the bow all along the hull and around the transom, lend the architectural composition a certain effervescence.
The clarity of the design shines through in the hallmark blend of geometrical expressiveness and the fluidity of the decorative elements. This personal aesthetic signature is visible both in the lines of the side gunwales, forming two wings in the fore area on the upper and owner decks, and in the beauty of the forward canopies and glass railings.
With her five decks, array of outdoor areas, and transcendent interior comfort, She is designed for an owner who loves to spend long periods on board with their guests while savouring the cruising experience.
“She is a new design of considerable potential, defined by her flexibility, sophistication of line and generous interior and exterior spaces devised by Vallicelli Design in what is proving a highly satisfactory partnership. We are hard at work on various projects, starting with the new 70m vessel for which we now have a signed contract, as recently announced”, commented Stefano De Vivo, CRN Chief Commercial Officer.
“Working with CRN is always an exciting challenge, and this project is no exception. As the yacht’s name suggests, the softness and delicacy of feminine forms have strongly inspired this design and its fluid, elegant lines”, added Andrea Vallicelli, Architect at Vallicelli Design.