on 4 Nov 2021
Ferretti Group's bespoke yard CRN¬†has signed a contract for a new steel and aluminium superyacht
Ferretti Group‘s bespoke yard CRN has signed a contract for a new 67-metre superyacht with an “eco-friendly soul”, courtesy of a diesel-electric propulsion system.
The fully bespoke steel and aluminium design is hull number 143, and is named project Maranello. The design has been developed by the studio helmed by Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard, which has developed the design. This is the eighth project handled in partnership with CRN and Nuvolari Lenard since 2001. She follows yachts like Magnifica (43m), Clarena (46m), Saramour (46m), Azteca (72m), Atlante (55m) and the 62-metre Voice. The 60-metre CRN M/Y 141 is also currently under construction.
CRN describes project Maranello as a “yacht with a potent sense of style”, which has “taut, fluid, aerodynamic lines”.
The client is represented by brokers Moran Yacht & Ship, who are set to assist the client through the build process. The owner’s insistence on sustainability has resulted in a state-of-the-art¬†hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system¬†for greater energy efficiency and significantly reduced fuel consumption.
CRN is currently building another four bespoke yachts: the 62-metre¬†CRN M/Y 138, the 72-metre¬†CRN M/Y 139, the 60-metre¬†CRN M/Y 141¬†and the 52-metre¬†CRN M/Y 142.