CRN’s 60m Nuvolari Lenard design in Caribbean
The Ferretti Group builder’s third superyacht launch of 2022 is now in the Caribbean following a trip across the Atlantic.
CRN M/Y 141 at Yacht Haven Grande Marina in St Thomas; Photo: Phil Blake / IGY Marinas
CRN’s aluminium-hulled MY/141 is now in the Caribbean following a trip across the Atlantic to the US Virgin Islands. Launched last September, the 60.3m superyacht completed sea trials before delivery to her owners in December, then left the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona on Italy’s east coast.
Italian studio Nuvolari Lenard designed the exterior and interior of the 1,114GT yacht, while CRN handled naval architecture. The five-deck yacht has a beam of 10.55m and accommodates up to 12 guests and 13 crew.
Featuring twin MTU engines and certified IMO Tier III, the 198-footer has a remarkable top speed of over 25 knots and can cruise at 22.5 knots.
“The knowledgeable owners were eager for a high-performance superyacht with a shallow-enough draft to cruise in the West Indies, using in-line propellers. They also requested airy, generous-height spaces, and large guest and crew areas” CRN stated. “Her performance is genuinely remarkable for a displacement pleasure vessel in this market segment.”
M/Y 141 was one of three launches by CRN in 2022 (click for article), following the 52m Ciao and 62m Rio (click for Review), which both had world premieres at the Monaco Yacht Show last September.