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Lady Genyr 43M Megayacht Delivered to its Owner

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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.

Lady Genyr was entirely built in Italy and is made of composite material. The 43-metre megayacht has five cabins: four VIP cabins and the Owner’s suite. This superyacht can sail at a top speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots, with its 2 Caterpillar C32-C engines which give a pleasant and enjoyable ride. It has a range of about 3,800 miles at 11 knots that allows Lady Genyr to sail across the entire ocean. 10 guests and 9 crew members can comfortably take pleasure of this beautiful megayacht. A special feature of this luxury yacht is its internal lift connecting the decks, which was specifically demanded by the Owner. Lady Genyr also has four decks, a spherical hull, and a new layout of the sun deck characterized by even wider spaces which differentiate it from other megayachts of the Navetta 43 line.

Studio Zuccon International Project, specialists in civil architecture, marine engineering and industrial design, were in charge of designing the external shape and the internal layout of the 43M superyacht. CRN Naval Engineering took care of the naval project and the architects of the CRN Interior design and decor created original solutions for the interiors and the furnishing. All megayachts of the CRN Navetta 43 Line have fully customized interiors.

The Navetta 43 Line is the second composite line of CRN Shipyard, and represents a high point in the 50th anniversary of the Shipyard because previously CRN production was only focused on steel and aluminum yachts.

Vessel's Details

Ship Type: Pleasure Craft

Length x Breadth: 29 m X 6 m

Speed recorded (Max / Average): 16.5 / 11.5 knots

Flag: Marshall Is [MH]

Call Sign: V7RA2

IMO: 0, MMSI: 538070600

Last modified on Friday, 23 August 2013 13:39