Recently celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Ferretti Group’s superyacht builder
CRN has launched a preview of some of its newest models. With names meant
to evoke the shipyard’s tradition, the new yachts are positioned as “entry level”
models that possess amenities and characteristics of design usually only available
on larger superyachts, says CRN Chairman and CEO Lamberto Tacoli. The
40-meter (131-foot) project’s name comes from CRN’s Conero line of the
1970s. The new Conero is a displacement yacht made of steel and aluminum.
Developed by CRN Engineering and designed by Studio Zuccon International
Project, the Conero includes features commonly found on CRN superyachts:
transatlantic range, RINA and MCA certifications, large internal volumes and a
balcony off the owner’s suite. The 44-meter (144-foot) Super Conero offers
a balcony that can be enjoyed while under way, a beach club and a floodable
tender bay—a concept employed on the 197-foot (60-meter) J’ade.
For more information: +39 071 5011 111; crn-yacht.com