Through its in-depth expertise and accomplished skill, CRN is bringing another new yacht to life: the CRN M/Y 143-Project Maranello is a new 67-metre steel and aluminium megayacht, a totally bespoke design and build.
CRN is currently constructing the new hull with its taut, fluid, aerodynamic lines and a potent sense of style that fully reflects her owner’s vision and specifications.
The CRN M/Y 143 combines CRN’s design and build quality and know-how with the experience and creativity of the Nuvolari Lenard studio.
Moran Yacht & Ship have played a key role as owner’s representatives for the project and will continue to assist the client through the build process until the technical review, inspection and acceptance, from project management to on-site supervision and coordinating the external suppliers.
The hull has now been transported to the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona, where the artisans’ expert hands are taking care of the carpentry, the fitting-out, the machinery and the on-board systems and equipment, prior to the installation of the furniture. The hull exterior will also be meticulously primed and painted.
The numerous production stages proceed in parallel and in staggered fashion in the various sections of the hull through a process of perfect symbiosis, like instruments in a symphony orchestra building to a crescendo – the completion of the piece.
The megayacht will have 5 decks and will accommodate up to 14 guests and 17 crew in exceptional comfort.
With the CRN M/Y 143, the shipyard’s keen commitment to sustainability has resonated strongly with an owner who is especially concerned about safeguarding the environment. The result is an innovative, eco-friendly custom pleasure vessel with a state-of-the-art hybrid-propulsion system for enhanced energy efficiency and significantly improved fuel economy.
Besides the CRN M/Y 143, Ferretti Group’s multi-brand Superyacht Yard in Ancona – an almost 80,000-sqm facility – is constructing two more full-custom CRN yachts: the CRN M/Y 144 (85 metres) and the CRN M/Y 145 (70 metres). It is also building a Custom Line Navetta 50, a Pershing 140#03 and a Pershing 140#04, all in aluminium, plus a steel and aluminium Riva 50Metri #03 and Riva 54Metri Superyacht Division. In addition, there is all the rest of the Custom Line output, with a total of 27 yachts under construction simultaneously in the sheds and at the quays for finishing, testing and delivery to their owners.