Ancona-based shipyard CRN has moved its 79m/259ft motor yacht CRN 135 onto the slipway at the shipyard in preparation for her launch.
The fully custom steel and aluminium luxury yacht was designed by the CRN Technical Office in collaboration with Zuccon International Project, who took care of the exterior styling while the interiors come from Laura Sessa.
Spanning five decks, the raked bow adds a timeless feature to a modern vessel designed with modern lines in the superstructure that enhance guest privacy while on board. A spacious flush foredeck provides plenty of room for sunbathing, exercise and hosting events, while the other decks provide plenty of space in the shade for alfresco dining and lounging. The sundeck forward, in particular, is fitted with a Jacuzzi and sunbeds to enjoy the uninterrupted views.
The 1,400-ton CRN 135 was moved onto the slipway with the use of hydraulic lift trucks, where pre-launch operations will be completed on the incline over the next couple of weeks.
CRN is also currently constructing three more fully custom superyachts: 62-metre luxury yacht CRN 137, due summer 2019, as well as a second 62-metre CRN 138 and 70-metre CRN 139.