Superconero 50m CRN
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Built by the Italian shipbuilder CRN, Superconero CRN 136 is a 49.80m luxury motor yacht. Her launch is in 2017. Ancona-based shipyard CRN, which is a part of the Ferretti Group, teamed up with their long-term partners Zuccon International Project. Her naval engineering and architecture were developed by CRN Engineering in collaboration with Zuccon.
Superconero 50m Specifications
|Beam:||9.0m (29' 6")|
|L.O.A.:||49.8m (163' 4")|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Zuccon International Project, Laura Sessa, CRN|
|Locations:||Tasmania , Brittany, Sardinia, Ibiza, Acapulco & the Mexican Riviera, Anegada, The French West Indies, Greece|
Superconero 50m CRN 136 is a tri-deck motor yacht capable of accommodating ten guests in 5 cabins.
This steel and aluminium displacement yacht has a total interior volume of around 500 GT. With a beam of 9m, motor yacht Superconero 50m CRN 136 includes a large number of luxury features, such as fold-out balconies, opening terraces and aft beach club.
Accommodation onboard Superconero CRN 136 is offered for 10 guests in 5 cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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'The architect must be humble and set as a goal the appreciation for the client’s history and only then will he succeed in creating that affinity with his “mentor”. Knowing who the client is creates a continuity which allows the designer to interpret and express in the product the firm’s culture and identity. Design plays a significant and strategic role in seeking and maintaining the corporate identity and is not produced to be an aesthetic embellishment, but as a productive force capable of coordinating all the other elements contributing to the design, structure and the realization of a product.' - Founders of Zuccon International Project: Giovanni Zuccon; Paola Galeazzi