CRN will display the CRN Navetta 43 motor yacht Lady Trudy at this year’s Cannes International Boat show from the 6th – 11th of September and the 60m CRN 130 superyacht Darlings Danama at the Monaco Yacht Show 2011 from the 21-24th September 2011.
The 2011 superyacht Lady Trudy is a CRN Navetta 43 displacement yacht made in composite. Lady Trudy is hull number 7 of the successful Navetta 43 line, at a length of 43m with an 8.6m beam. M/Y Lady Trudy is able to accommodate up to 10 guests and has a crew of 9.
The Lady Trudy yacht can travel at the maximum speed of 15 knots and the project was created by CRN technical office in collaboration with the architects of Studio Zuccon International Project for external and interiors line.
The Navetta 43 Lady Trudy has four decks and is notable by its large volumes and the wide open air spaces. Some structural modifications have been made to the sun deck and the yacht has been elongated at the stern to make space for the helicopter pad. The interiors of the motor yacht Lady Trudy recreate the American colonial atmosphere, with touches of the “Hampton Style.”
CRN hull 130 motor yacht Darlings Danama is a displacement megayacht measuring 60 metres in length built in steel and aluminium. Yacht Darlings Danama features naval architecture by the CRN technical office, elegant and timeless external lines bearing the signature of Zuccon International Project Studio and interior design is by the architects Alexandre e Cristina Negoescu, with its monochromatic and sinuous forms, inspired by the minimalistic décor.
Superyacht Darlings Danama was launched in March 2011 and is able to accommodate 12 VIP guests in 5 cabins and an owner’s suite along with a compliment of 14 crew members. M/Y Darlings Danama can cruise at a maximum speed of 15 knots with 2 engines CATERPILLAR 3512B.