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Construction has begun at the CRN shipyard in Ancona of the 52m superyacht M/Y 142. The all-aluminium yacht was designed by the CRN Technical Office in partnership with Omega Architects for the concept and exterior lines, with Massari Design penning the interiors.
Ferretti Group has continued to roll out its corporate strategy for growth, turning to the promising Asian market to cement its shipbuilding leadership. The Italian shipbuilding group which comprises superyacht brands CRN, Riva, Pershing, Custom Line, Wally and Ferretti Yachts as well as Itama and Mochi Craft has announced a series of accolades cementing its esteem in the strategic market.
Ferretti Group has become the first marine sector group to introduce a formal corporate responsibility process in regards to sustainability. The release of Ferretti Group’s first sustainability report solidifies the growing importance of planet-friendly development in our industry as well as Ferretti Group’s pioneering approach towards it.
Some incredible superyachts have been launched over the course of 2020, with innovative and efficient solutions to contemporary issues becoming more and more a central consideration in the design process. This shift in focus has not hindered the industry’s flair for developing sublime timeless designs. Here we take a look at some of the best exterior profiles of 2020…
Ever-upholding its established proficiency in the field of large custom mega yachts, CRN has recently unveiled new details about the design, amenities and layout of its in-build 62m superyacht M/Y 138.
On Friday 31st July, a Captains’ dinner held in Cairns by the SuperYacht Group Great Barrier Reef highlighted the startling potential of the Australian city as a superyacht homeport for the South Pacific region. Perfectly nestled between two natural wonders, Cairns is a truly inexhaustible destination resting on a strong backbone of major superyacht infrastructure. Its small island culture and first-world facilities make Cairns an attractive base for superyachts to explore the adventures of the South Pacific.
In a strong fortnight for the Italian yacht builder, CRN has announced the delivery of the 62m M/Y 137. Now named Voice, the latest project to emerge from the esteemed Ancona yard features a design by Nuvolari-Lenard.
As the tide begins to turn in favour of superyacht brokerage, CRN has announced the signing of a contract for a new custom 52m full-aluminium yacht. The sale of CRN’s hull number 142 was brokered by Eduardo Cury, President of Miami Yacht Access, with the client represented by Antonello Vittorio Meloni, DIrector of the Luxury Assets Department of Finakey SA.
Ferretti Group is the group of Italian shipyards taking the yachting world by storm. Proving it is much more than a collection of yacht builders, the group has released a review of its exclusive destinations in the Med, providing the ultimate choice of getaways this summer and bringing with it unmistakable Italian style and elegance.
Legendary 63.40m expedition yacht SuRi has completed an innovative in-water repaint as part of an ongoing project underway at Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard (GCCM).
Last week we took the time to catch up with Stefano de Vivo, CCO of Ferretti Group and CRN Executive Board Member. Although a lot has changed in the yachting landscape since we last caught up at FLIBS 2019, we were reassured to find some things at least have remained constant – namely, CRN’s dedicated philosophy, centred around pure custom build.
CRN proudly announced a notable landmark in its progress toward making yachting greener, as it became the first Italian shipyard to receive IMO Tier III certification. The certification was awarded to the yard’s in-build M/Y 137 – a fully custom steel and aluminium vessel launched last November and due to be delivered later this year.
Italian shipyard Pershing, one of the esteemed Ferretti brands, has unveiled an all-new range of sports yachts that it promises will disrupt the norm and revolutionise the yachting experience.
New details of a one-off 62m CRN construction, known only by its hull number 138, have come to light. The announcement is a sign that despite the withdrawal of its IPO in October the Ferretti Group continues to grow as market-leading shipbuilders.
Superyachts.com has reported on the success of Italian shipyard CRN repeatedly over the last few months, from construction updates of the 62m hull #138, to the debut of the magnificent 79m #135 at the Monaco Yacht Show this week. This afternoon, Chief Commercial Officer and face of the brand Stefano de Vivo stopped by our Breaking News Centre at Port Hercules, to talk about the last few months of success for CRN, and reveal a few details of what is still to come.