CRN has unveiled a new 75m/246ft concept known as superyacht BEGALLTA, created in collaboration with Lobanov Design who worked on her exterior lines and layout, with Pulina DNA creating her interiors.
The futuristic design uses a crisp black and white colour palette to showcase her geometric styling, most noticeable in the superstructure around the pilot house and the tapered bow and stern.
The white hull fades into the black superstructure around the main deck windows using a dot effect, which is also present as the gunwales to the stern fade into the glass balustrades. Cut-out sections on the main deck forward and lower deck aft suggest a beach club and a Master suite terrace or tender garage, creating flexible spaces for guests to use.
Conceived for a ‘cosmopolitan Owner with a strong personality’, the interior and exterior spaces flow into one another through the innovative layout: Generous terraces and side balconies lead into minimalist interiors decorated with prestigious materials. Extensive use of windows allows the interior to be flooded with natural light and cutting-edge entertainment systems will keep the whole group entertained on rainy days or winding down in the evenings.
Stefano De Vivo, CRN Chief Commercial Officer said of the design: “We love challenges, and this collaboration with Lobanov Design has yielded a stunningly innovative project that harmoniously blends sophisticated modern style and intimate contact with the elements of nature to exhilarating effect.”
“Creating iconic yachts that etch themselves into the imagination, at first sight, is what our design approach is all about,” Igor Lobanov, Creative Director at Lobanov Design commented. “The constant quest for dynamic, ingenious, original solutions that instantly express a precise idea through the use of different styles is integral to our way of working, alongside the imperative to bring the unexpected to life. This project fully articulates our values and our style. We are pleased to have worked with CRN on what has proved a fascinating intellectual challenge for our studio.”