CRN announces the launch of J'Ade last Saturday, a superyacht previously known as the hull number 125.
Built in steel and aluminum with a length of 58.2 metres, J'Ade is an innovative superyacht designed by Studio Zuccon International Project in collaboration with the in-house team for the naval architecture. Her original and aggressive profile differs from her previous sisters.
The interior was conceived to be in constant relationship with the sea. Large full height windows in the skylounge give fantastic panoramic views, the master suite enjoys a side balcony and she has a large stern beach club. Also designed by Zuccon with CRN, the interior will accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins: a master suite on the main deck and four double cabins on the lower deck.
Powered by twin 1,500kW MTU engines, J'Ade is expected to reach a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. Special features also include an helipad and a gymnasium on the sundeck. But the main one is a first for CRN, a floodable garage on the lower deck, storing an 8m Riva Iseo for launch without using cranes.
J'Ade will be completed during the coming months, and her delivery is scheduled for spring 2013. CRN is also working in six other projects, including the future 80 metre superyacht, the flagship of the yard. Her launch is scheduled for January. There's no doubt that the 50th anniversary of CRN will be proudly celebrated in 2013 with the delivery of these two yachts.