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Work Continues on the new 79 meter m/y CRN 135 at the Ancona Shipyard

In CRN shipyard Is hard at work on the M/Y CRN 135. The yacht will be 79 metres long with a full beam of 13.50 metres, making it the second largest vessel ever built at the shipyard after the 80 metre flagship, M/Y Chopi Chopi.

The new superyacht was designed by CRN Engineering withexteriors by Studio Zuccon International Project and interior design by Studio Laura Sessa.

Work at the shipyard is on schedule: the stern section was fitted over the last couple of weeks and the skilled craftsmen are now focused on fitting the 5 decks that will accommodate 12 guest in 5 VIP cabins and the Master Suite, as well as 39 members of the crew.


Made entirely in Italy and sure to become one of the brand’s hallmark products, the new 79m yacht will feature the most important innovations on board that have marked the history of CRN. It will also stand out for its spectacular volumes, airy spaces, sleek design, soft lines, attention to detail, and on board lighting design, all intentionally aiming to emphasise the visual contact with the sea.

The launch is scheduled for 2017.

Along with the 79m M/Y CRN 135, the Ancona shipyard is currently building the 74m M/Y CRN 131 and a 50 m M/Y Superconero.

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