CRN (Costruzioni e Riparazioni Navali) dedicates itself to making custom luxury yachts. With J'ade, the shipbuilder shows that it continues to create innovative designs that use the latest technology and modern aesthetics.
The CRN shipyard, world leader in building luxury megayachts, had launched in April the eighth superyacht of the thriving Navetta 43 Line, under the name of Lady Genyr, which has now been delivered to the Owner. After its launch the 29th of April, Lady Genyr stayed in the Shipyard to allow the finishing touches of its interior which still had to be finished. Recently, at Ancona, a seaport in central Italy, this modern superyacht was delivered to its Owner and will surely be set out and enjoyed in the Mediterranean during the summer season.
Forty metres in length, three covered decks, a distinctive external layout and internal furnishings and fittings of exquisitely sophisticated design: a quick inspection is enough to bring to light the soul of the new CRN 128', hull number four in the highly successful line of planing yachts made from composite materials built by the CRN shipyard, in collaboration with the Zuccon International Project Firm.
Darlings Danama, hull number 130 of the shipyard, made of steel and aluminium and commissioned to CRN by a European ship owner, is the sixth 60 metre leisure boat built from 2005 till today, a particularly significant result within this market segment. Darlings Danama was built on a 10.20 metres naval platform, the same one used for other important 60m mega yachts manufactured by the shipyard of Ancona, such as the CRN 126 "Blue Eyes" 60 m and CRN 128 "Mimtee" 60m.
M/Y “Azteca” is the pleasure ship, hull number 124, of the CRN shipyard based in
The third hull of the new CRN 43 composite line, the “Rubeccan”, is a displacement-design maxi-yacht that can easily accommodate 10 passengers and 9 crewmembers. Built as a joint effort involving the CRN technical staff and the Zuccon International Project Firm, which handled the external layout, the interior furnishings and decorative scheme of this 43-metre vessel feature a distinctive personality, having been masterfully studied by the Design Office to meet the needs of the yacht’s owner, who already has another vessel, a 35-metre yacht, built by the shipyard.
September 2009 - SOFICO, the most recent of the 43 metre line made of composite material, created by the CRN shipyard in partnership with Zuccon International Project that took care of the external profile, is strongly characterized by her elegant art deco areas, accentuated by the dark and warm tones of Canaletto Walnut and the geometries along the furniture and the flooring.
The pleasantly romantic atmospheres of Lady Trudy's exterior spaces are exponentially increased for all interiors. Light, airy and breezy is the instant feeling that pops to mind when entering the main saloon.
CRN and Riva, two luxury yachting brands of the Ferretti Group, will play a central role in an installation by Berlin-based artist Christian Jankowski, at this year's Frieze Art Fair 2011. Curated by Sarah McCrory, The Finest Art on Water will be part of Frieze Projects, a series of special commissions which offer viewpoints that will elicit a shift in the viewer's perception as they move through the fair.
The second hull of the CRN 43 displacement line made of composite materials, “Hana” is a mega-yacht with a discrete, delicate personality. The result of a joint effort on the part of the CRN technical staff and the Zuccon International Project Firm, which designed the external layout, the vessel is further enriched by the contribution of the Claude Missir Agency, whose designers handled the decor and furnishings of the interiors. A 43-metre boat ideal for long-range cruising in full comfort, “Hana” can accommodate 11 passengers and 9 crew members. The stylistic choices made stress elegance and simplicity, resulting in a maxi-yacht that is modern but never too minimalist; linear in design, but without being classic or spare.
Beyond luxury, beyond elegance, beyond all striving for refinement and attention to detail. CRN's construction project number 122, launched last April, is a 57-metre mega-yacht on which the client's cultural background has combined with the shipyard's expertise in interpreting new demands and needs, with the result being a return to an unadulterated concept of luxury and wealth. A close examination of the cultural preferences of the shipowner, the real project manager when it came to the vessel's interior decoration, made it possible for the CRN technical staff to bring to life his complex, sophisticated vision for this mega-yacht. Monumental in size and dashing in style, this new 57-metre mega-yacht came into being like a work of art. Christened "Romance", its external form was designed in collaboration with the Zuccon International Project Firm.
Maraya: a name that brings to mind echoes of distant paradises and given to the new 54-metre hull turned out by CRN shipyard. "Maraya", construction project number 121 in steel and aluminium is fruit of the working relationship between the technical staff of CRN and Zuccon International Project, which designed the external layout of this five-deck ship.
September 2009 - A metaphorical journey through the relish of the east, crossing through the silks of Venetian glories and docking in the depths of the Coral Sea among madrepores and shells, sea creatures and colourful corals. Like one of the vessels of the old British Navy which sails the seas towards the east in discovery of the still unknown world, full of grandeur, the most recent 60m long “Blue Eyes” model from the CRN shipyard, follows routes full of memories of the love for the ancient Mandarin China and the various expressions of the sea. .