CRN launches the M/Y 141 superyacht, an icon of innovation and bespoke quality

A new full-custom CRN superyacht was launched today at the Ferretti Group

Superyacht Yard. The CRN 141 Project is CRN’s latest work of art to be christened in Ancona.

At 60.33 metres long and 10.55 metres in the beam, the M/Y 141 blends CRN’s design and build expertise with the experience and creativity of Italian architecture studio Nuvolari Lenard, who developed the interior and exterior concept. The result is a fully bespoke yacht spanning 5 decks and accommodating up to 12 guests and 13 crew in comfort.

Made entirely of aluminium, the CRN M/Y 141 is a superyacht with a striking sense of style. She stands out for her futuristic technology, her groundbreaking innovation and her extremely dynamic external lines – a study in taut poise and fluid power.

A perfect fusion of ideas, expertise and professional excellence, this new 60-metre beauty is the fullest expression of CRN’s hallmark culture and identity, a triumph of creativity, supreme innovation and total dedication to the client. These are skills that unite all the talented professionals, technicians and artisans who work every day at the historic Ancona yard on unique, distinctive projects that bring their owners’ vision to life and reflect their personality to perfection.

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