Hull 137 – the latest super yacht from CRN will set a mark in the history of yachting

62m of pure elegance

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Heritage yacht builders CRN today announced their new project Hull 137. At present it is under construction at their Italian shipyard and will measure 62 m in length once ready. Every design aspect of this latest super yacht has come from iconic sculptors Nuvolari Lenard and claims to be a revolution in the genre of yacht designing. Hull 137 is due for its unveiling around March 2018 while a sneak peek into its perspectives shall provide a greater insight.

Visionary artifacts – 

Hosting a vertical bow, CRN strives towards supreme space optimization which the company claims will provide a boost in its top speed as well. It is a precise assemblage of lifestyle with technology, housing a beam measuring 11.5m in length. Such a design by the yacht builders facilitates voluptuous residence onboard and ensures the comfort of its guests.

In the words of the CEO of CRN, ”Hull 137 islatest super yacht rakish yet classical; sculpted by the wind to dwell its elegance in the Mediterranean waters. It is sure to be a landmark in the history of yacht making.”

 

Internals classified–

Although much news is not available on the interiors of this latest super yacht; reliable sources claim that Hull 137 will accommodate up to 12 guests. This will comprise the owner’s stateroom along with 5 VIP cabins.

A special credit will go to the yacht builders for making this vessel equipped with 5 spacious wooden decks. They will open up to a common Al fresco luncheon space and shall have enough room for a pool party as well.

Power distributions –

Two MTU engines standalatest super yachtrdizing at 12V4000 will be at the heart of this vessel. They will provide enough thrust @1800 RPM and 2000 HP to drive Hull 137 to a top speed of 16 knots. While its cruising range is yet to be known; this latest super yacht has already started creating a lot of buzz amongst its enthusiasts.

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