CRN releases some initial details about hull number 138, which has been a work in progress at the yard. This new one-off yacht is the fruit of a collaboration between CRN, Omega Architects, for her exterior profile, and Pulina Exclusive Interiors who are shaping the spaces inside.
The 62-metre CRN M/Y 138 hull is a composition of flowing, sporty lines that form the leitmotif of the concepts developed by Frank Laupman, head of Dutch design studio Omega Architects. One of the things that makes this mega yacht unique is the inimitable zest for the on-board lifestyle that imbues her indoor living areas, courtesy of the in-depth experience of Italian designers and architects Pulina Exclusive Interiors.
The M/Y 138 layout has been devised to make the most of all the spaces, set off by the sophisticated wall décor that instantly attracts the eye when you step on board. The generous living and dining areas, the owner’s suite and the cabins all reflect an enlightened contemporary living concept, where the comfort is enhanced by chic details, premium materials and a colour palette of subtle natural tones. The large windows, like the 180° glazing in the owner’s suite, flood every room with natural light while offering breathtaking views of the surrounding seascapes, for a real explorer feel.
The boldest expression of this 203-footers charm is the main-deck living area: a single eye-catching space encapsulating all the elements of style that define her design. From the main salon to the owner’s suite and in every original detail, CRN M/Y 138 is a sublime union of elegant, exquisite materials and the contemporary edge to her lines and spatial forms.
Besides the 62-metre vessel, CRN is currently constructing another three fully custom yachts – CRN M/Y 137 (62 metres), CRN M/Y 139 (70 metres) and CRN M/Y 141 (60 metres).