Italian shipyard CRN has announced the construction of a new 67m steel and aluminum yacht. The project, hull 143 and named ‘Maranello’, will be completely custom, as will the other yachts of the shipyard. CRN M/Y 143 aims to be a unique yacht that combines CRN expertise, design solutions and high quality. In addition, Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard from Nuvolari Lenard Studio are involved in the project, and the project is managed and managed by Moran Yacht & Ship.
With her sleek, aerodynamic lines, this yacht is distinguished by an incomparable style that fully reflects the vision and requirements of its owner. In particular, the desire for the rational use of resources will be clearly traced here. All of this echoes the shipyard’s own passion for the environment. Thus, the CRN M/Y 143 is an innovative and environmentally friendly pleasure yacht with a state-of-the-art hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system to improve energy efficiency and significantly reduce fuel consumption.
A non-trivial synthesis of creativity and personality is a short description of the CRN M / Y 143, which will be the eighth creation by CRN in partnership with Nuvolari Lenard since 2001. CRN is currently building 4 more custom yachts: the 62m CRN M/Y 138, the 72m CRN, the M/Y 139, the 60m CRN M/Y 141 and the 52m CRN M/Y 142.
More details about the interiors, the number of cabins and other technical specifications have not yet been disclosed.Return