The hull of the steel and aluminium yacht has been transported to the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona, where an expert team of artisans will carry out work on the carpentry, fitting-out, machinery, hull painting, and onboard systems and equipment, prior to the installation of furniture.
Also known as Project 143, Project Maranello features an exterior from Nuvolari Lenard, with spaces for long lines of windows seen along the unfinished hull. A gentle slope leading towards the beach club area adds to the yacht's elegant profile.
Moran Yacht & Ship has been acting as the owner's representative throughout the build process. Once complete, the yacht's five decks will house enough accommodations for up to 14 guests and 17 crew.
According to CRN, the project reflects the shipyard's commitment to sustainability, which resonated strongly with the owner who wished to incorporate environmental safeguards into the design. The result is an "innovative" yacht with state-of-the-art hybrid propulsion for enhanced energy efficiency and improved fuel economy.
Project Maranello joins two other full-custom CRN yachts currently in build at the Ancona facility: The 85-metre CRN 144 and 70-metre CRN 145. In addition, the 80,000-square-metre yard houses an upcoming Custom Line Navetta 50, hulls three and four in Pershing's 140 series and two Riva superyacht projects in excess of 50 metres.Read More/Third Pershing 140 launches at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard