Hana is a 43m (141.08ft) CRN 43 motor yacht built in 2008 by CRN in Ancona (Italy). The yacht's interior has been designed by Claude Missir Architecture Interieure and has exterior styling by Zuccon International Project.
Hana has a composite hull with a grp superstructure with a beam of 8.65m (28.38ft) ; a 2.30m (7.55ft) draft and 3 decks. This CRN 43 yacht is equipped with an ultra-modern stabilization system which reduces roll motion effect and results in a smoother more enjoyable cruising experience. Hana is built to comply to MCA and RINA standards
There is a large, very sturdy stainless steel passarelle on the starboard aft corner, built by Motoma. Upon boarding by the passarelle, you enter a large aft deck with large settee aft as well as four club chairs centered around the coffee table. To starboard of the door leading into the salon is a carpeted stairwell down to the gymnasium, swim platform, tender bay garage, and engine room. There is also walk around deck access for the crew, so they don’t have to go through the salon.
Through the electronic sliding door you come into a large main salon with copious amounts of seating. Two large settees, four large club chairs, two large coffee tables. Entrance to the engine room is in the aft port corner of the salon. A large 42” Plasma screen rises from the center island, which separates the salon from the dining area.
The dining area is adjacent to this island which can be used for setting up buffet, service items, large amounts of store are on either side of the dining area to port or starboard. There is a large oval table with seating for ten.
Forward of the dining area is the main foyer to starboard with stairs leading to the lower deck, entrance to the galley & crew quarters, the day head and entrance to the master suite. There is a dumb waiter galley access on the port side as well as access to the walkaround deck. Refrigeration is in the pantry area before entering the galley along with a large counter area for setting up plating service etc., which allows the stewardesses to set up away from the chef.
First there is a large office with a desk in the middle and seats on both sides, Apple desktop computer, a TV on the inboard side of the room with plenty of storage and bookshelves. The office is separated from the bedroom with a large sliding pocket door. The Large king size bed is centered amidships. The most interesting feature of the room is the large balcony that opens up to the outside through electric stainless steel/glass sliding doors on the starboard side with seating for a couple of people and excellent viewing when at anchor. The main glass panel opens inward and up towards the ceiling and becomes flush against the ceiling. All the controls for the balcony are hydraulic and watertight. Once the doors are open, the sensor for the sliding glass door becomes automatic. On the port side of the room is vanity for her, and a nice walk-in closet aft. A Panasonic 42” TV sits on the forward bulkhead in front of the master bed and a nice sized chaise lounge is on the starboard side just forward of the balcony. There is a full beam his and her bathroom with a large circular steamer shower amidships, head and bidet to port and frosted glass door. To starboard is a large built-in lounge area. Black onyx countertops surround the twin stainless steel sinks and faucets and accents on the wall on both vanities. Honey colored California beach style beam throughout.
Four very large carpeted staterooms, three with custom king berths, one with twin berths. The forward queen is set at a 45 degree angle, making the room very large. The portholes in these rooms are large, oval and laid fore and aft, providing copious amounts of natural light in all of the staterooms. In the port guest staterooms, which have the twin berths, there is also a Pullman built in the wall and almost invisible. Each of these staterooms also has a desk and vanity with large amounts of closet space. Each of the heads is very large with bidet and toilet. The two aft staterooms are VIP with extra large heads. The toilet and bidet are separated by frosted glass window and the shower separated by glass door. The beds are 162 cm wide by 205 cm long. The heads have escape routes and the two aft guest cabins are equipped with watertight doors.
Pilothouse and Foredeck
The pilothouse has five large flat screens which are all interfaced into the various electronic components. Two water-tight doors, one to port and starboard, open up to wing stations on either side which lead to the Portuguese walkway forward. Bridge office on the aft port side with radio communications. There is a settee just forward of the wheelhouse by the Portuguese bridge.
Forward of the bridge is a large garage that lifts hydraulically and contains the crew/rescue tender with a four-stroke Suzuki. There is a Besenzoni crane to lift the tender over the side. The large garage is also a storage area for various equipment and deck supplies. In this area is also the watertight door for the escape route from the Master & crew cabins.
Moving up to the fore deck, where there aretwo jetskis which can be launched by a hydraulic crane.
Entire walkarounds of the boat are laid with teak as well as the fore deck. The walkarounds come from the aft deck, up above the full beam master and then forward are the Portuguese walkaround.
The upper aft deck has wind screens and a large circular dining table for twelve set comfortably under the hard top in the shade. On the after side of the deck, there is a huge settee with sun pad for very comfortable seating area, storage to port and access up to the flybridge and down to the lower aft deck is via the stainless steel staircase on the starboard side. The aft door on this deck is optically/electrically operated as is the aft deck on the lower set. The entire upper aft deck is teak laden, fore and aft. The skylounge aft has a large teak laden circular table for twelve. Entering through the electronic doors is a large, full beam, very light and modern feeling skylounge with teak and ash floors.
A fixed 42” Panasonic TV, large settee starboard side and very casual and unique bar/dining area to port side with 8 high top bar seats. On the outboard side to port of this high top dining area is a bar area that comes up out of the cabinets, on an electric lift. Forward of the dining area to port side is the stewardess pantry behind the door. In the stewardess pantry is a large Eurocave K wine chiller, Miele dishwasher and a sink, as well as the upper entrance to a dumb waiter.
The settee to starboard is a white leather, L-shaped with two large ottomans, very large and comfortable. Moving forward from the sky lounge is a foyer area at the top of the stairs, captain’s quarters to port side just before the hallway. With some technical storage area on the starboard side, just forward to port is a day head with marble sink and jets head.
There is a huge flybridge, fully teak laden with a lot of chairs and settees and sofas spread around. Centrally located is a bar with four stools and a Panasonic 42” fold-down TV that folds down from the hardtop. Two large umbrellas with stainless steel posts one on port side and one on starboard side provide shade for the seating area; they can be controlled with a simple handle.
Behind the full bar there is a day head and an electrical/technical space under the hard top. On the forward side of the flybridge, there is a large Jacuzzi centerline surrounded by huge sun pads on port and starboard with two more seating areas and large round tables just aft. A small electric Gaggenau barbeque is on the port side of the flybridge. Starboard side is the access to the flybridge, stainless steel staircase with teak steps, very wide and easy to navigate. The whole flybridge area is set up to be very comfortable with multiple sitting spaces including the bar area.
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