While the running shot here is that of a sistership, you still get a good idea of her styling. However, the saloon is the real deal. This lady, the fourth in CRN’s 128 series, embraces her owner’s personality and admiration for modern design in general and Fendi furnishings in particular. In fact, major Italian fashions are found throughout Sima. Twelve passengers are treated to these luxury touches as well as some innovative features. One is the 40-inch plasma TV that folds down from the overhead in the saloon, versus the traditional pop-up-from-a-cabinet approach of most yachts these days. The other is something CRN has nicknamed the “magic mirror”: a TV in the dining room that, when off, turns into a mirror framed in polished leather.
Of course, a yacht needs to be performance-oriented, too. To that end, a 24-knot top speed and 20-knot cruise, thanks to twin MTU 4000 series engines, should ensure easy port-hopping.
CRN will be exhibiting along Jetee Nord.