M/Y RIO, the latest fully custom steel and aluminum CRN, was successfully delivered to her owner. The taut, flowing hull lines and near-vertical bow reflect a dynamic, sporty personality –exhibiting remarkable harmony between her extensive interior and exterior spaces.
RIO was designed and built by CRN in close collaboration with design and architecture studio Omega Architects, who created the exterior concept, and designers Pulina Exclusive Interiors for the interior styling. TWW Yachts is representing the Buyer, while TWW Yacht
Management provided integral technical consultancy with survey and project management oversight throughout the final stages of construction.
At 203ft (62m) in length and with a 37ft (11.2m) beam, this 4-deck superyacht comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests in the owner’s suite and 5 guest suites. These are comprised of 2 full-beam VIPs – one on the main deck forward, the other on the lower deck – and 3 suites on the lower deck. The upper deck is the owner’s exclusive domain, a great oasis of intimacy and privacy that can also be enjoyed as a social zone.
RIO stands out for the distribution and quality of the spaces, with large and luminous indoor and outdoor living areas. The yacht reflects the character of the owner, who has a passion for being onboard with family and close friends. The generous full-height windows on the main and owner decks form a visual continuum in sync with the elegant exterior architecture, offering a delightful play of light and reflected shimmer with constant direct contact with the sea.
RIO will be unveiled in her world premiere at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, from the 28th of September to the 1st October 2022. RIO represents an outstanding example of the Ancona yard’s know-how, craftsmanship, and supreme design and build expertise.
RIO is now available for charter exclusively with TWW Yachts. She will be cruising in the Mediterranean this summer and from October onwards in the Caribbean.
CRN is currently building another 4 fully custom yachts: the 236ft (72m) CRN 139; the 197ft (60m) CRN M/Y 141; the 171ft (52m)CRN M/Y 142; and the 220ft (67m); CRN M/Y 143.