Like most megayacht builders and designers these days, CRN and Francesco Paszkowski Design have a good idea of what tickles buyers’ fancy. Having collaborated on Saramour, delivered earlier this year, the two companies are seeking repeat success. CRN and Francesco Paszkowski Design therefore have 236- and 262-foot (72- and 80-meter, respectively) created with Saramour as a starting point.
The three megayachts, with Saramour in the foreground, are illustrated above. The two larger yachts, each six decks high, bear stylistic similarities to Saramour. Even though their full lengths are not displayed, looking at their little sister gives you a sense of how they appear. Note particularly rounded elements, large ports, and streamlined shapes that belie capacious interiors. Lamberto Tacoli, chairman and CEO of CRN, explains that both CRN and Francesco Paszkowski Design are striving for “timeless superyachts characterized by huge interior volumes which will be immediately recognizable across the globe.”
Both the 72- and 80-meter megayachts are open to customer customization, of course. CRN and Francesco Paszkowski Design imagine clients will want the most in-demand features today, such as beach clubs, balconies, and alfresco pools. In the case of the 72-meter, they even have a configuration including a private pool for the owners. Furthermore, that same model can have a two-level owner’s suite, accompanied by five guest suites. Everyone gets use of a sauna and gym, plus a massage area. The 41-foot (12.5-meter) beam should ensure all of these spaces are ample.
As for the 80-meter proposal, with a 44’3” (13.5-meter) beam, CRN and Francesco Paszkowski Design anticipate the buyer also wanting abundant private space. A full upper deck is therefore devoted to the owner, including an office, a gym, and a massage room. Five staterooms are set aside for guests, all on the main deck. They also get to enjoy three alfresco pools. To make the beach club more of a destination, Francesco Paszkowski Design will work with clients to incorporate permanent tropical plants.
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