CRN 50M Explorer Yacht

CRN 50M Explorer

CRN 50M Explorer

The ‘Teseo’ stems from the idea to develop a project capable of representing at best the concept of ‘Go anywhere’ – a timeless yacht, able to cruise across time.

This steel and aluminium, bulb keel displacement yacht, designed by Zuccon International Project and engineered by CRN, is 50 metres long and 9 metres wide and falls within the 500 GRT class. She develops over 4 decks and features 1 master stateroom and 4 VIP cabins, plus the cabins hosting the 7 members of the crew.

This yacht’s main distinctive feature is her impressive flexibility, allowing the Owners and their guests to enjoy life onboard with the utmost versatility. The vessel’s dynamic, fast-changing areas can be modified depending on the passengers’ needs, also reducing consumption, so as to experience life at sea in the ‘greenest’ possible way. The concept of a customisable and functional layout is taken to extremes and makes the ‘Teseo’ the ideal yacht to ensure great onboard versatility, depending on the specific features of the area where the yacht is cruising.

Three different layout configurations are possible.

In the first layout the beach club is aft, and is connected to an open living area with collapsible terraces in the two bulwarks, to create a pleasant ‘tender bay’. The lower deck includes four guest cabins located amidships, besides the separate crew quarters. On the main deck, the aft area is used to store the water toys and the tender and can then be turned into a comfortable day area when the toys and tender are at sea. The full-beam master stateroom can be found forward. The upper deck includes wide sunbathing areas towards the bow and a panoramic living area, also leaving room for a large aft outdoor terrace.

The second configuration has been conceived to ensure a large storage and diving area aft, for those Owners wishing to spend a long time at sea without ever stepping ashore; water toys and the tender are stored aft on the main deck: once they have been launched, this area can be fitted and enjoyed as a day area. The indoor living area, conversely, has been conceived to be a true ‘open air’ terrace overlooking the sea, creating one single space with the cockpit. This deck also hosts two guest cabins, while the master stateroom and the other two guest cabins can be found on the lower deck.

The third possible layout features a large storage and diving area aft on the lower deck, which also includes two guest cabins and the galley. On the main deck, water toys and the tender are stored aft: once they have been launched, this area can be fitted and enjoyed as a day area. In this case too, the indoor living area has been designed to be a true ‘open air’ terrace overlooking the sea, creating one single space with the cockpit. On this deck are also the dining room and two guest cabins. The upper deck features a panoramic ‘Al Fresco’ dining area, a large aft outdoor terrace, and the master stateroom towards the bow.

In all three layouts, the pilot house and the captain’s cabin are located on the sun deck. The crew quarters are on the lower deck, separate from the guest area.

  • Builder: CRN

  • Exterior Designer: Zuccon Int. Project

  • Naval Architect: CRN