The Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona has launched the 62m vessel in a closed ceremony. It is built on the principle of full custom and has changed its working name from Project C138 to M/Y Rio.
M/Y Rio has sleek sporty lines and an almost vertical nose. The hull of the yacht is made of steel, and the superstructure is made of aluminum. CRN M/Y Rio was designed in close collaboration with Omega Architects. The Dutch design and architecture studio led by Frank Laupman designed the exteriors, while Pulina Exclusive Interiors handled the interior layouts and decorations.
With a length of 62 meters and a beam of 11.2 meters, this 4-deck superyacht can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests. On the main deck there is a VIP cabin that takes up space from side to side. The remaining four cabins are located on the lower deck: another VIP, a pair of double cabins and one twin cabin. All decks are connected by an elevator.
On board, great attention was paid to the functionality of the space. On the lower deck, there will be a wellness center with a hammam, a massage room and a fitness room in the beach club. The owner will get a private deck.
CRN also actively promotes the values of sustainable development aimed at reducing the harmful impact on the environment. Important examples of this approach are trigeneration systems (simultaneous generation of several types of energy, including electricity, heat and cold), as well as the active use of solar energy, which help to reduce heat consumption by 32% and electricity by 79%.Return