CRN PREMIERES CRN 130 “DARLINGS DANAMA” AT THE MONACO YACHT SHOW
The new 60 metre CRN megayacht:
large open areas, circular lines, ‘minimal’ fittings and art déco spirit

Ancona, 19th September 2012 - Once again this year CRN Shipyard – a Ferretti Group brand specialized in the construction and sale of fully-customized, steel and aluminium displacement mega yachts measuring 46 to 90 metres in length and displacement ones made of composite material (CRN Navetta 43) 43 metres long – will be at Monaco Yacht Show (Montecarlo, 19th-22nd September), where it will premiere the new 60 metre megayacht CRN 130 “Darlings Danama”.

“Darlings Danama”, hull number 130 of the shipyard, made of steel and aluminium and commissioned to CRN by a European ship owner, is the sixth 60 metre pleasure ship built from 2005 till today. This megayacht features outdoor areas, minimal fittings and Art Déco style and has 5 decks which can comfortably accommodate 12 people – in five Vip cabins and a master suite – and 14 crew members.

The external profile and the internal layout bear the signature of Studio Zuccon International Project, that worked in close collaboration with the CRN Techncal Office, that dealt with the designing of the yacht. The Owner's architects – Cristina & Alexandre Negoescu – together with the Centro Stile of CRN were responsible for theinterior décor. On the outside it has the typical features of a CRN mega yacht: the stern that can be opened and transformed into a large beach club, the terrace in the master suite and a large sun deck.

In the Owner’s apartment, it is worth noting the new exclusive system that was especially designed by CRN in collaboration with Videoworks and the Polytechnic University of the Marche, to remove all sounds in the bed area. This system makes it possible to cancel the “active noise" in a closed area defined during the designing phase. Sound is totally annulled through a series of microphones that register environmental background noise and generate noise with opposing frequency to kill the sound waves.