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CRN 50m Superconero yacht in-build at Ancona yard

Construction has begun on CRN's first 50 metre Superconero yacht at the yard's Ancona facility. The hull has recently been moved so that systems installation and superstructure assembly can begin.

The Ancona yard, which is part of the Ferretti Group, is working on the luxury yacht with previous collaborators, Rome-based design studio Zuccon International Project. The naval engineering was developed by CRN Engineering in partnership with Zuccon and will result in a steel and aluminium displacement yacht with a nine metre beam that will allow for a total interior volume of just under 500 gross tonnes.

The 50m Superconero will include all the premium features CRN is famed for, such as a fold-out balcony, opening terrace and aft beach club. However, the highlight of the 50m Superconero and a true indicator of its naval engineering expertise, said CRN, will be the tender garage. For the first time this will turn a technical room into one single area to host guests, with a spacious, airy natural pool.

The Superconero belongs to a line of 50 metre semi-custom yachts developed by CRN and first announced in April 2015.

The full displacement, three-deck 50m Superconero is due to be delivered in 2017. It will have two Caterpillar C-32 diesel engines that generate a total output of 3,200hp. It will be able to accommodate 10 guests and have a range of 3,800nm at 11 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and top speed of 15 knots.

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