CRN presents new superyacht designs by Francesco Paszkowski
by Risa Merl
Italian yacht builder CRN has presented two new 72- and 80-metre superyacht projects by Francesco Paszkowski Design.
CRN and Paszkowski first collaborated on the recently launched 61-metre superyacht Saramour, delivered this June. The 61-metre CRN has inspired the new, larger projects, and the family heritage is easy to see in the two new designs, which indeed look like big sisters to Saramour with curved superstructure lines complementing the large, rectangular windows on the main deck.
The new designs allow the yard and designer to explore larger volumes and new design solutions. "Saramour was our first opportunity to cooperate with a prestigious shipyard like CRN and was a drive for us to jointly develop new, innovative ideas,” says yacht designer Francesco Paszkowski. "These two projects are a natural evolution of the stylistic features of their 61-metre predecessor and the result of a deep analysis and an extensive research aimed at finding the perfect balance between outdoor and interior spaces."
The connection to the sea and outdoors is the driving force for the concept of the new fully custom designs, which comes to life in terraces overlooking the water, large swimming pools, a spacious beach club and a massive windows.
The 72-metre steel-and-aluminium superyacht boasts a beam of 12.5 metres. Her generous living accommodations spreads over six decks and includes five VIP cabins and a dedicated owner's apartment with a terrace and private owner's swimming pool. Designed for enjoyment, the Paszkowski-designed CRN 72 will boast an upper deck entertainment area with a gym, sauna and massage room.
At 80.1 metres LOA, the current flagship design is also six decks and includes an owner's suite on the owner's deck with an office, gym and massage room. The 80-metre also has a three swimming pools and a spacious beach club taking over its 13.5-metre beam that can be had in a variety of configurations, including a tropical garden to further bring nature on board.