CRN Prepares to Deliver 62 Metre Superyacht CRN 137
by Miranda Blazeby
Italian shipyard CRN is preparing to deliver its 62 metre Nuvolari Lenard-designed superyacht CRN 137.
It comes after the IMO Tier III certified superyacht hit the water in November, Ferretti Group chief operating officer Stefano de Vivo told BOAT International at the Miami Yacht Show 2020.
Speaking at the show, de Vivo said the finished fully customised yacht sports a "really contemporary, fantastic design."
The yard claimed the yacht is the first IMO Tier III compliant superyacht to be built in Italy.
Due to the owner's wishes the builder has been unable to release any images of the finished superyacht.
Completed at CRN's Ancona facility, CRN 137 was designed by Nuvolari Lenard inside and out, working closely with CRN's in-house technical facility.
The yard previously revealed that the yacht sports "the unmistakable all-Italian style of Nuvolari Lenard", with "rakish yet harmonious lines that seem to be shaped by the wind."
"The bow is vertical, not to follow the current trend, but to ensure maximum length in the water, thereby increasing speed and maximising the forward volumes, where the tender garage is located."
The layout comprises accommodation for 12 guests split across six cabins. The raised owner's deck boasts direct access to the al fresco dining area aft and the panoramic observation lounge forward.
Power comes from a pair of 2,011hp MTU 12V 4000 engines for a top speed of 16 knots.