It will be the third cooperation with Omega Architects. Meanwhile, the shipyard of Ferretti group is building another four yachts.
CRN, historic shipyard and brand of Ferretti Group, has just announced the signing of a contract for a new custom 52-meter full-aluminum yacht, the yard’s hull number 142. The sale was brokered by Eduardo Cury, President of Miami Yacht Access, and the client was represented by Antonello Vittorio Meloni, Director of the Luxury Assets Department of Finakey SA, multi-family office based in Geneva.
This new pleasure yacht project has been developed by the CRN Technical Office with design and architecture studio Omega Architects helmed by Frank Laupman, who created the concept, and designers Massari Design for the interiors.
CRN’s skills and the talents of the two partner studios merged to shape a megayacht that mirrors the owner’s personality.
A low-profile vessel with flowing lines that glisten with sporty spirit, this new fully custom yacht has been designed with truly harmonious proportions. She combines extensive outdoor areas and airy indoor spaces with large windows for constant direct contact with the sea.
This 52-meter yacht is the third successful collaboration with Omega Architects, following on from the renown 73-metre Yalla (2014) and the 62-meter M/Y 138, currently under construction.
CRN is now constructing four fully custom yachts: M/Y 137 62m (ready for delivery), M/Y 138 62m, M/Y 139 72m and M/Y 141 60m.