CRN delivers its latest 79m megayacht

[dropcap]Y[/dropcap]esterday the Italian Ancona-based shipyard CRN delivered its latest masterpiece to her owner. After the frisson of the private launch ceremony held in March, the new fully custom steel and aluminium M/Y 135 megayacht has left the extensive Superyacht Yard marina and is preparing to sail. This is a creation on a spectacular scale that fulfils the wishes of a selective, determined owner to perfection. This yacht is the result of a new collaboration between CRN, the specialist constructor of fully custom yachts, and the architects Zuccon International Project, who crafted the external lines, and Laura Sessa, who designed the interiors.

At 79 metres long and with a beam of 13.50 metres, the M/Y 135 is a peerless yacht of smooth, eye-catching lines crisply incised in the svelte profile of her hull. She will entertain up to 12 guests, accommodated in five VIP cabins and the owner’s suite, on her five decks.

This new megayacht is the fruit of the masterly work of an accomplished team of almost 200 consummate professionals – from project managers and project architects to engineers, technical designers and specialist craftspeople – who have put their vast experience into making this a truly unique opus, the fullest expression of the finest Italian-made excellence.

Besides the 79-metre CRN M/Y 135, the yard is currently constructing another four fully custom yachts: CRN M/Y 137 (62 metres), to be delivered later this year, CRN M/Y 138 (62 metres), CRN M/Y 139 (70 metres) and CRN M/Y 141 (60 metres). CRN M/Y 135 will be making her debut in a world premiere at the forthcoming Monaco Yacht Show, scheduled for 25 to 28 September.