The 60.3 metre CRN superyacht Comfortably Numb has been spotted at the Yacht Haven Grande marina in St Thomas, USVI, following her delivery last month.
The custom Nuvolari Lenard design was built under the codename CRN 141 and launched in September 2022 at the CRN shipyard in Ancona. The project marks the seventh collaboration between the shipyard and the design studio, with other notable projects including the 55 metre Atlante and 62 metre Voice.
Built with an aluminium hull and superstructure, the yacht has a beam of 10.5 metres and spans five decks with accommodation for up to 12 guests and 13 crew. While interior details are yet to be revealed, she features a sporty and slender profile with a foredeck sun lounge and a tender garage below.
According to CRN, the yacht is equipped with “futuristic technology” and represents a distinctive project that expresses “total dedication” to the client.
She is understood to be fitted with an impressive propulsion package and is capable of cruising at speeds in excess of 20 knots.
Comfortably Numb was one of three launches in 2022 for the Italian shipyard following the launch and delivery of the 52 metre Ciao and 62 metre Rio. There are four yachts still under construction including CRN's largest project to date, an 85 metre known as CRN 144.