CRN moved in May its new steel and aluminum M/Y143, Project Maranello to the Ferretti Superyacht Yard, Ancona, Italy for finishing and fitting out, including hull priming, painting, carpentry and the installation of machinery, systems, and equipment on board, before the installation of furniture.
CRN is currently constructing the new 67-meter (220-foot) hull with its taut, fluid, aerodynamic lines and a sense of style that reflects her owner’s vision and specifications. The CRN M/Y 143 combines CRN’s design and build quality with the experience and creativity of the Nuvolari Lenard studio.
Moran Yacht & Ship have played a key role as owner’s representatives for the project and will continue to assist the client through the build process until the technical review, inspection and acceptance, from project management to on-site supervision and coordinating the external suppliers.
The yacht has five decks, and can accommodate up to fourteen guests and seventeen crew.
With the CRN M/Y 143, the shipyard’s commitment to sustainability has resonated strongly with an owner who is especially concerned…