The Italian Ferretti Group, specialising in building steel and aluminium luxury yachts of 50 to 90 metres, is continuing to work on the 79-metre superyacht CRN 135. The yacht will have a beam of 13,50 metres and will be the second largest vessel ever constructed at the shipyard, following the 80-metre flagship CHOPI CHOPI.
The construction is on scheduled, with the stern section fitted over the last two weeks. Experienced craftsmen are now hard at world fitting out the five spacious decks that will offer accommodation to up to twelve guests in five well-appointed VIP suites and one Master Suite. The yacht will also provide accommodation for a crew of 39.
The yacht is completely made in Italy and will boast the most important innovations, typical of the CRN shipyard. Her main features are her spectacular volumes, airy spaces, sleek design, soft lines, impeccable attention to details and an impressive lighting design, all aspects adding emphasis to the visual contact with the sea.
CRN 135 is scheduled for launch in 2017 while CRN is also building a 74 metre CRN 131 and a 50-metre superyacht SUPERCONERO.