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CRN Hull 137, a new superyacht project unveiled


CRN hull 137, the latest superyacht project currently in build, has recently been unveiled by the Italian shipyard, which released a rendering preview by Nuvolari Lenard.

62 metres in length, the vessel features sleek and modern exterior lines by Nuvolari Lenard, taking inspiration from the previous yacht project Atlante. A special attention has been paid at conveying a sense of classical elegance which is typical of Mediterranean cruising. The stunning-looking result appears to be seemingly ‘shaped by the wind’.

CRN hull137 perfectly combines technology and lifestyle, performance and comfort: a vertical bow, a beam of 11.50-metres, clever space optimisation and increased speed, allow for comfortable living spaces on board and pleasant cruising.

CRN’s Technical Department turned Nuvolari Lenard’s concept into reality by optimising technical spaces with no detriment to the interior layout.
The aft Owner’s stateroom, opens up to the al fresco dining area. The upper deck, which has now become the Owner’s Deck, includes a forward panoramic lounge that can remain, at the discretion of the owner, private or open.

The five-deck CRN hull 137 can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests, across the Owner’s stateroom and 5 VIP cabins, hosting up to 12 guests. Powered by two MTU 12V4000 M63 1500 Kw @1800 RPM engines, she will be able to reach a top speed of 16 knots.

Three other projects are currently in build at CRN’s facilities: the 74-metre motoryacht CRN 131, expected for delivery this spring and having her world debut at the upcoming edition of the Monaco Yacht Show in September; the 79-metre motoryacht CRN 135; and 50-metre motoryacht CRN 136 Superconero.