CRN teams up with Omega Architects for 62m Project 138
by Chris Jefferies
Italian yard CRN has announced that it will collaborate with Dutch design studio Omega Architects once again on a forthcoming 62 metre custom superyacht, which was recently sold to an undisclosed client.
The pair last worked together on the 73 metre Yalla, which was launched in 2014 sporting a traditional bow shape. The first preview image below shows that CRN Hull 138, as the new project is currently known, will feature a vertical bow to maximise the interior space available for its length.
Omega’s signature styling can be seen throughout the design, with sleek and sporty exterior lines. Meanwhile, Italian architecture and design firm Pulina DNA has been commissioned to create the interior décor, although no further images have been released at this stage.
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.”
The layout, engine installation and star features of CRN Hull 138 are all being kept under wraps for now, but more details are expected to be revealed in the build up to the estimated 2019 launch.
Other superyacht projects currently under development at the Italian yard include the 50 metre Project Superconero, which is due to launch next month, the 79 metre CRN Hull 135 and the 62 metre CRN Hull 137.