Privately launched in Italy‘s Ancona last November, the breath-taking 60-metre mega yacht J’Ade represents the hull number 125 of the prestigious Italian shipyard, CRN Yachts, part of the Ferretti Group. Luxury motor yacht J’Ade mixes up technological innovations as well as open and bright spaces, designed by the yard’s in-house team, creating a new way of experiencing the sea. Below is an amazing video presenting the striking J’Ade, released by CRN Yachts.
CRN specializes in the construction and sale of fully-custom displacement superyachts, made of steel and aluminium, varying in size from 40 to 90 metres, and with a displacement line made of fibreglass (CRN Navetta 43 – example is charter yacht Sofico) of 43 metres.
Made of steel and aluminium, superyacht J’Ade has an overall length of 60 metres and a 10.20 metres beam. The megayacht has four decks and a sub lower deck, which comfortably accommodates 10 guests – in four Vip cabins and the Owner suite – and 13 crew members.
J’ade yacht is a pleasure vessel with a strong identity, thanks to its specific spatial and formal solutions and features and an external design that gives it a wholesome shape, making the pleasure ship immediately recognizable. She boasts a very aggressive and captivating shape with a warm grey hull which contrasts with the white superstructure.
This aspect is the basis of the stylistic and functional design of the external shape and the internal layout, created by Studio Zuccon International Project in close collaboration with the CRN Engineering department, which handled the naval architecture. The interior design was handled by Studio Zuccon and the CRN Design and Interiors department, who took into consideration the owner’s requests up to the smallest detail. The style is classic and modern, elegant and refined with a fusion of materials that were wisely combined: wood, leather, marble and metals which harmoniously combine with the natural and artificial lighting of the internal spaces.
The concept of the J’ade superyacht’s decor is reflected in its name J’Ade, that is, jade green, a colour that is used in different shades for the decor of the ship and in all the decorative textiles in the internal and external spaces.