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CRN Hull 138 takes shape in Ancona

Italian yard CRN have given a construction update on its 62-metre superyacht known as Hull 138.

The yacht was pictured leaving its shed after work was completed on the vessel's hull and superstructure. Now heading to another location for interior outfitting, construction is running on schedule for delivery in 2021.

The yacht was sold to an undisclosed client in January 2018 and is designed in collaboration with Omega Architects. CRN and Omega last worked together on 73 metre Yalla, which was launched in 2014.

Hull 138 will be able to accommodate up to 16 guests with a double owner's suite and six additional cabins on the lower deck. There will be ample dining and lounge areas, while the generous windows "add a real immediacy to the experience of the sea and the coast, in celebration of this vessel’s intrepid explorer spirit", according to the yard.

Omega’s signature styling can be seen throughout the design, with sleek and sporty exterior lines. Meanwhile, Italian architecture and design firm Pulina Exclusive Interiors has been commissioned to create the interior décor. Hull 138 features a vertical bow which will maximise the interior space available.

In a statement, the Ancona-based yard added that this new custom yacht “skilfully combines the infinitely large — huge size and impressive perfomances — and the infinitely small, in the form of precious, functional details.”

Other superyacht projects currently under development at the Italian yard include the 62 metre CRN Hull 137, which is due for delivery this year, the 70 metre CRN Hull 139 and 60 metre CRN Hull 141.

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