May 15, 2015

New Launch: CRN 55m hull.134

CRN, the shipyard specializing in the construction of steel and aluminium pleasure vessels between 50 and 90 meters in length, held a private ceremony this morning to launch its hull number 134 a 55 metre megayacht that stands out for her very strong, unmistakable personality. This latest CRN launch is the outcome of the outstanding job performed by design firm Nuvolari Lenard, that pencilled her outer lines, and CRN’s Engineering Department, which was in charge of naval engineering.  Nuvolari Lenardi had already successfully cooperated with CRN on other super yachts, including 43-metre 'Magnifica’, 46-metre ‘Clarena' and 'Saramour', and 72-metre 'Azteca'.  Entirely built in Ancona, this yacht can boast a purposely strong stylistic identity, which draws inspiration from some elements typical of military crafts: square shapes, sharp lines, and innovative, sophisticated design solutions that distinguish features of the Ancona-based shipyard's brand-new yacht. CRN hull number 134 is named ’Atlante’, 55 metres long and having a 10.20-metre beam, develops over 5 decks featuring strikingly original solutions.  Atlante is equipped with two 1649hp Cat engines that push her to a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. The motor yacht will now undergo all final fitting-out activities and technical trials before leaving port and cruising in international waters.
Technical Data:
LOA - 54.80 m (179.7ft)
Beam - 10.40 m
Draft - 3 m
Displacement - 1024 GT volume
Fuel Capacity - 120,000 l
Water Capacity - 30,000 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, thirteen crew in six cabins
Engines - 2 x Cat 3512C 1649hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 15 knots max, 14 knots cruise, twelve knots long range
Range - 4200 nm at twelve knots
Project - Nuvolari Lenard exterior, Gilles and Boissier interior, CRN engineering
Certification - Llyods LR100 A1 SSC Y Momo G6, LMC, UMS LY2 compliance

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