The yacht was sold in January 2018 and is designed in partnership with Omega Architects - the first collaboration between the pair since the 73 metre Yalla, which was launched in 2014. Hull 138 features a "supremely sporty personality" with "flowing lines" and a "near-vertical bow", according to the yard.
Penned by Pulina Exclusive Interiors, the interior will feature a sophisticated décor of warm, natural hues offset by dark accents. Laquered and brushed white pine can be found throughout with Crema d'Orcia and Sahara Noir marble, illuminated by full-height windows. The generous living and dining areas, together with the owner's suite and cabins, will reflect an "enlightened contemporary living concept," the yard said.
With four decks and an 11.2 metre beam, Hull 138 can accommodate up to 14 guests across seven cabins, including an owner's suite which resides on the owner's deck, offering 140 square metres of space complemented by 180-degree sea views.
The standout interior feature however is the "palatial" main saloon, which the yard described as a "single eye-catching space encapsulating all the elements of style that define the yacht's design."
Meanwhile, the lower deck is set-up as a wellness retreat, housing a beach club complete with a Hammam, massage room, chromotherapy shower and fitness area.
In a statement, the Ancona-based yard added that this new custom yacht “skilfully combines the infinitely large — huge size and impressive performances — and the infinitely small, in the form of precious, functional details.”
Construction is running on schedule for delivery in 2021. CRN has another two fully custom yachts under construction; the 72 metre CRN 139 and 60 metre CRN 141.