Italian shipyard CRN has launched its 61.9 metre (203.2 ft) Nuvolari Lenard-designed superyacht CRN 137. The superyacht hit the water in late December, has told Ferretti Group chief operating officer Stefano de Vivos.
With a beam of 11.5 m (37,72 ft) and a draft of 3.1 m (10,17 ft), she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 1240 tons. She is powered by twin MTU engines of 2000 hp giving her a maximum speed of 16 knots. The motor yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins.
Speaking at the 2020 Miami Yacht Show, de Vivo said the finished fully customised yacht sports a "really contemporary, fantastic design." Due to the owner's wishes however the builder is unable to release any images of the finished superyacht. We can amagine how the yacht looks like only from the 3D modeling image posted below.
Completed at CRN's Ancona facility, CRN 137 was designed by Nuvolari Lenard inside and out, working closely with CRN's in-house technical facility.
The yard previously revealed that the yacht sports "the unmistakable all-Italian style of Nuvolari Lenard", with "rakish yet harmonious lines that seem to be shaped by the wind."
"The bow is vertical, not to follow the current trend, but to ensure maximum length in the water, thereby increasing speed and maximising the forward volumes, where the tender garage is located."
We are anxious to see the new images of CRN 137 and we will post them as soon as possible.