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CRN 60m Constance wins the Voyager’s Award


CRN 60-metre motor yacht Constance was awarded the Voyager’s Award for the most spectacular cruising itinerary created in 2017 at the World Superyacht Awards 2018. Organised by  Boat International in Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, the event celebrates the excellence of the nautical world, involving owners and personalities of international yachting.

This important acknowledgement once again pays tributes to CRN’s long-standing experience in the construction of state-of-the-art megayachts, characterized by innovative design and engineering solutions that make cruising a truly unforgettable and unparalleled experience.

Born from the successful collaboration between CRN and design firm Zuccon International Project, the 60-metre megayacht Constance was designed and conceived to maximize the pleasure of sailing and the constant contact with the sea, even during long-range cruising. Constance has proven to be capable of outstanding cruising performance, boasting a range exceeding 10,000 miles at 11 knots, which allows it to easily cross the ocean and return.

In early 2017, Constance’s owner and his family cruised over 20,000 miles during a long and exciting cruise in the Caribbean Sea and the South Pacific. After sailing off Florida, Constance reached the Bahamas and Cuba, then continued towards the Cayman Islands, crossed the Panama Canal and finally reached Costa Rica. After cruising the pristine natural paradises of the Coco Islands and the Galapagos, the yacht headed towards French Polynesia, Cook Island and Tonga, Fiji, and then started its way back to Florida.