UPDATE, MAY 27, 2021: The shipyard has released better looks at the overall styling of the yacht, which it still refers to solely as CRN 142. We have included them in our original article, as posted below.
Hull construction for the still-confidential CRN 142 wrapped up this month, a 171-footer (52-meter). The shipyard has provided a first glimpse at the works, ahead of it marrying with the superstructure in the coming weeks.
The all-aluminum megayacht, revealed last summer, features naval architecture by the CRN Technical Office. Styling, meanwhile, is by Omega Architects. Notably, this is the third time that Omega and CRN have joined forces. If you are a fan of the Dutch design studio, then you will note its customary sleek touches on this project. Long lines lead from her vertical bow aft to gently sloping shapes flanking her transom.
Further featuring a 29’5″ (9-meter) beam, CRN 142 has what the shipyard characterizes as “palatial” interiors and “majestic” alfresco areas. Of course, just like most owners do, these clients are emphasizing the indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Their party of 10 have plenty of places to enjoy dining and good conversations in the fresh air. Full-height glass throughout the megayacht’s four decks lends a similar sensation to interior lounges and dining areas, too.
Although decor specifics still are not available, the yacht has four VIP staterooms for friends and family, in combination with an expansive master suite. The owners have chosen Massari Design for their vision to become reality.
While work will continue on CRN 142 for some time, the shipyard has three further megayachts in build. The largest of the three is a 236-footer (72-meter), bearing the hull number CRN 139. Yet another yacht, the same LOA as CRN 142, is under construction, as is the 197-foot (60-meter) CRN 141.
Massari Design massaridesign.com
Omega Architects omega-architects.com