When we hear of a private ceremony, we imagine an intimate affair, with a small number of people. While it was still quite private, the launch of the code-named CRN 135 took place with more than 1,000 invited guests. They ranged from the owner’s family to the various craftspeople who have shaped the megayacht over
The second-largest CRN maneuvered to her launch ramp over the past several days. Measuring 259 feet (79 meters), the still-confidential CRN 135 made quite the impression as her five decks came into view. Scant details are available, even with this being three years following initial word. In fact, back in 2016, all CRN would reveal
This simple illustration is the only look we’re getting so far at the newest contract that CRN has signed. Regardless, CRN 139 will soon join three already-under-construction superyachts at the Italian builder’s shipyard in Ancona. Unfortunately, scant details are available. CRN is revealing that the new project measures 229’6” (70 meters). As you would expect, CRN
Thirty-five years after it built its first explorer yacht, CRN has another explorer proposal to entice clients. The AlfaRosso concept, adaptable to multiple LOAs, comes from a creative collaboration with Francesco Paszkowski Design. “Creative” is the operative word. While AlfaRosso reflects rugged good looks, she also reflects more of the luxury elements and amenities that
Two to three decades ago, the “gentleman’s club” was a common interior theme for megayachts. Picture a sumptuous atmosphere, with mahogany paneling and rich colors. In more recent years, the casually chic “floating beach club” has become the preference. There’s always an exception to the rule, of course, and the owner of Latona is a
In just over two weeks, the Monaco Yacht Show will bring together nearly 600 exhibitors from around the world. They represent megayacht builders and designers, gear suppliers, marinas, and more. Of course, thousands of visitors attend, too. The event is superyacht-specific, with approximately 120 vessels in the water. One-third are making their global debuts, too.