The 43 metre CRN Navetta 43 superyacht Lady Trudy has been awarded the prestigious ‘Best Interior Award’ as part of World Yacht Trophy 2012, organized by the French editorial group LuxmediaGroup. The prize was awarded at the end of Festival de la Plaisance in Cannes which ran from the 11-16th September 2012. The interior design award for motor yacht Lady Trudy confirms the high quality of the boats produced at the Ancona shipyard by CRN Yachts, a brand of the Ferretti Group. The CRN Group participated in the 2012 edition of Festival de la Plaisance exhibiting another one of its jewels – the 43 metre CRN Navetta 43 charter yacht SOFICO.
The LADY TRUDY motor yacht boasts a harmonious fusion of Made in Italy elegance and touches of the American colonial atmosphere, “Lady Trudy” is a composite displacement yacht with four decks that can comfortably host 10 guests in four VIP cabins and a master suite, with 9 crew members. The LADY TRUDY yacht was designed by the CRN Technical Office, while the external profile and the internal layout was produced by the experts at Studio Zuccon International Project, who worked in synergy with the Centro Stile CRN.
M/Y LADY TRUDY features an elegant grey pearl hull with all the typical distinctive features of the CRN yachts including a large sun deck, a fitness area on the lower deck overlooking the sea and a terrace in the master suite, furnished as a “balcony” with a coffee table and armchairs which can be used at breakfast as well as during sailing.
Among the other features of superyacht Lady Trudy, it is worth noting the elegantly furnished interiors which have given the ship its name: a plunge into the American atmosphere, with “Hampton style” romantic touches. Additionally, each one of the four guest cabins features a dominant colour linked to an American part of the North Atlantic coast: “Newport”, the starboard aft VIP cabin predominantly yellow; “Cape Cod” aft on the right where the predominant colour is green; “Mystic” at the bow on the left, with twin beds and a pull out bed, where red predominates and “Nantucket” aft on the left, where the main colour is blue.