specifications

built
2000 (refit 2017), CRN Ancona, Italy
length
6 1.3m (201.1ft)
beam
11m (36.1ft)
draft
4.3m (14.1ft)
engines
2 x 2,000hp Caterpillar
cruising speed
12 knots
guests
12
no. of guest cabines
6 (5 x Double, 1 x Twin)
crew
16

entertainment


Satellite television (in all areas), piano, Kaleidescape movie & music server (with over 320 movies) controlled via an iPad/iPod based Crestron system throughout the yacht, airplay. Iridium Satcom, VOIP & GSM phone services. VSat internet access via WiFi throughout the yacht.

about the
shipyard


CRN’s fifty-year history is a fascinating, and in many ways symbolic, story that alternates surprising ideas, great achievements, and, inevitably, difficult moments too, blending together human ingenuity, business skills, and passion for the products in a sector that has written unforgettable pages in the history of Italian modern industry. In 1963 Sanzio Nicolini started building some steel and aluminium boats in Ancona, a material that was very little used at the time since wood was preferred. It shows how the “avant-garde” vocation of the Shipyard manifested itself right from the beginning. This choice is radical and definitive. From the very beginning, the Shipyard achieved immediate success and established itself at the high-end of the market, dealing with a very selected and demanding clientele. Already at the end of the Sixties the size of CRN’s yachts was ranging from 15 to 20 metres and their design was immediately recognisable. It was then that the Shipyard built its first series of 23-metre crafts, the SuperConero, which was later followed by increasingly large and prestigious vessels, built in cooperation with important designers, which contributed to establishing CRN’s international reputation.

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