CRN unveils fresh details about hull number 138, currently a work in progress at the Ancona yard. This steel and aluminium megayacht has been developed by the CRN Technical Office alongside design and Dutch architecture studio Omega Architects, who created the exterior concept, and designers Pulina Exclusive Interiors for the styling inside. CRN M/Y 138 is a work of unique elegance yet supremely sporty personality, expressed in the flowing lines of the hull and the near-vertical bow.
The M/Y 138 layout has been devised to make the most of all the spaces, set off by the sophisticated wall décor that instantly attracts the eye when you step on board.
The uniqueness of this one-off yacht also lies in her unmistakable vocation for on-board living among family and dear friends, as the exquisitely appointed interiors reveal. It makes for a shared cruising experience steeped in liberty and privacy throughout the entire megayacht, where the owner can savour the intimacy of their own private deck or dive into the social buzz of the living areas.
At 62 metres long and 11.2 metres in the beam, the megayacht ranges over 4 decks and can comfortably accommodate up to 14 guests in the owner’s suite and the 6 guest cabins – 2 VIP (one on the main deck, one on the lower) and 4 more on the lower deck.
This fully custom 62-metre creation champions an advanced concept in contemporary living. The comfort is ennobled by elegant details and sophisticated interiors amid an array of exquisite materials and a colour palette where white tones blendwith warm, natural hues set off by dark accents. The principal woods are white pine, lacquered and brushed, and pickled oak. The marbles, Crema d’Orcia and Sahara Noir, reflect the juxtaposition of the predominant light shades with more intense notes. Generous full-height windows offer a delightful play of light and reflected shimmer with a constant direct contact with the sea.
On the main deck, the comfort and grandeur of the main lounge expresses the character of this 62-metre beauty to outstanding effect. It brings an immediate sense of palatial space, and its versatile layout makes it an ideal social location and dining area.
The numerous external windows and a mirrored surface at the bow that plays with perspective illuminate the interiors and create a perception of even greater volume. The deck also hosts a VIP cabin at the bow that, with 70 sqm of room, can almost be considered a second master cabin.
Another special feature of the CRN M/Y 138 is the owner deck: 140 sqm of space for the owner’s exclusive use, with open spaces and windows with breathtaking views. The sky lounge offers harmonious symmetries, eclectic personality and a total openness to the sea. It makes a perfect social space, cinema, theatre or private study for the owner. Conceived for an unforgettable indoor-outdoor experience,this areais linked to the outside to create an al fresco dining space for enjoying memorable moments together.
At the bow, the master suite vaunts 180° windows with matchless panoramas across the waves. This 70-sqm refuge is quite unique with its double bathroom featuring a grand tub by the windows to enjoy a watery view beyond.
Opposite the master suite, the striking large outdoor lounge area can accommodate a spa-pool zone or a stupendous dining environment with tatami table for spending quality time in total comfort and relaxation. The owner’s privacy is assured at all times, as the area is always secluded from view, for the crew have no line of sight from the integrated helm station on the wheelhouse deck above.
This deck’s raison d’être – the total privacy – is underlined by the design of the mooring area below, conceived so that on-board staff must access it directly from the crew zone, avoiding the owner’s private areas.
The lower deck is suffused with a spirit of wellbeing with an exclusive open-air living area integrated with the beach club. It is a true oasis of regeneration, complete with hammam, massage room, chromotherapy shower and fitness area.
Besides the 62-metre vessel, CRN is currently constructing another three fully custom yachts – CRN M/Y 137 (62 metres), CRN M/Y 139 (70 metres) and CRN M/Y 141 (60 metres).