Expedition “ Teseo ” 50 m, Superconero 50 m and Dislopen Special Edition 50 m: three new CRN designs span between tradition and innovation, to outline the shipyard future trends.
CRN, brand of the Ferretti Group specialized in building luxury vessels 50 to 90 meters in steel and aluminum, has just unveiled three new projects for a semi-custom range, made in cooperation with Zuccon International Project.
Expedition “Teseo” 50 mt, Superconero 50 mt and Dislopen Special Edition 50 mt are three completely different motoryachts, each representing and reinventing the CRN DNA in its own way.
They all boast two Caterpillar C32 engines, for a cruising speed of 14 knots (top is 15), granting a range of 3800 nm at 11 knots complying to Rina and MCA certifications.
Expedition “ Teseo ” 50 m comes from the develop of the “go anywhere” idea. It’s a timeless yacht for long navigation, featuring a displacing hull with bulb and built in steel and aluminum. It measures 50 meters in length and 9 in width, with an owner’s suite and four VIP cabins on four decks. The crew quarters can host seven members, while there’s choice among three possible layouts.
The first solution boasts a beach club to bow, with an open living area and two opening terraces to the sides, for a pleasant “tender bay” area. The lower deck hosts the four cabins amidships and crew quarters. On the main deck the space is reserved for water toys and tender to the back (when the crafts are launched it’s a living area), while the front part is all for the owner’s apartment.
The upper deck features large open spaces with solarium and a panoramic convivial area, with an outdoor terrace to bow.
The second solution is aimed to the owner who wants to go for very long navigation without getting on land: so there’s large storage room and a diving area to bow and the main deck can host many tenders of different kinds. The inside living lounge can become an open air terrace on the sea by opening all the doors onto the outer cockpit. Two guest cabins are on this deck while another two are located on the lower deck, along with the owner’s suite.
The third layout features the storage and diving areas on the lower deck together with two guest cabins and the galley; while the main deck is organized like on the first two concepts. The main deck hosts the inside lounge (linked to the cockpit), the dining area and two cabins. On the top deck there’s a panoramic “al fresco” dining space, leaving the bow to an open terrace and all the front part to the owner’s apartment.
All three solutions feature pilothouse and captain’s cabin on the sun deck, while the crew quarters are located on the lower deck in a separate area.