There is no doubt Voice’s exterior design is particularly distinctive, even by the full custom standards for which CRN is internationally recognised. Marking something of an evolution for the yard, CRN has revealed in a statement that Voice’s sporty, aggressive profile and clean lines are resonant of the ‘powerful personality’ of the owner.
Voice features an 11.5 metre beam and her anything-but-ordinary profile spans across five spacious decks. These include a master suite and five VIP cabins, making room for 12 guests onboard. The upper deck is entirely dedicated to the owner, with a suite to the stern and lounge at the bow offering panoramic sea views and entertaining space.
Proving she is more than just a pretty face, Voice is also the first CRN superyacht to earn IMO Tier III certification, marking a 70% reduction of harmful nitrogen oxide emissions. CRN is the first Italian shipyard to achieve this compliance, propelling the yard into the forefront of environmental consciousness as our industry grows more accountable than ever before.
As Voice departs the Ancona yard for her new home, CRN’s production line remains as busy as ever. In-build are the 62m M/Y 138, the 72m M/Y 139 and the 60m M/Y 141. This trio is soon to be joined by another fully custom project, the 52m M/Y 142, signed recently by Miami Yacht Access and Finakey SA.