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239-feet Yacht Yalla by CRN awarded Best Exterior Design at Invictus Yachts Trophy


crnThe 239-feet superyacht Yalla by CRN, an Italian shipbuilder specialising in steel and aluminum yachts between 164 and 295 feet, was awarded an Invictus Yachts Trophy.
This contest, organized by Luxmedia Group, selects and recognizes the best yachts built by shipyards all over the world. The prize-giving ceremony was held at the last Cannes Yachting Festival.
CRN’s yacht won in the Best Exterior Design category among megayachts between 164 and 246 feet, an award that goes to the yacht that has stood out for the design of her exteriors and hull lines.
“We are very happy and proud to be starting the new nautical season celebrating such a prestigious award as the Invictus Yachts Trophy,” CRN CEO Lamberto Tacoli in a statement.
“The Yalla is a distinctive, unique product, thanks to the design by Omega Architects; Frank Laupman and his team, who have penciled the yacht’s exterior lines, worked side by side with CRN, who was in charge of naval engineering, and with Droulers Architecture, who took care of interior décor and furnishing. We are deeply grateful to all of them and, obviously, to the owner, who gave us the opportunity to build this breathtaking vessel. This important award is spurring CRN to take part in the forthcoming international events with even greater enthusiasm and passion.”
Yalla is the first yacht to be built by CRN on the new naval platform of 12.5 meters in width. Boasting sleek, slender and sporty lines, lending the profile a distinctly streamlined appearance, she features 5 decks and can host up to 12 guests in its six cabins, including the owner suite and VIP cabins, together with a crew of 22 members.

Technical specifications
Engines: 2 x caterpillar 3516C-Dhd 2525 kW@1800 rpm Propulsion: 2 x fixed pitch propellers LOA: 73 meters Beam: 12.5 meters Draft: 3.4 meters Cruising speed: 18 knots Top speed: 19 knots Hull & Superstructure: steel and aluminum


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