05 August 2022
The superyacht M/Y CIAO, the latest fully custom work from the CRN shipyard, has been delivered to her owner. Her unmistakable, svelte profile is now gracing the Mediterranean on her inaugural cruise.
The taut, flowing lines and near-vertical bow reflect the decidedly dynamic personality of this sporty 52-metre opus.
An entirely bespoke creation with a strong artisanal stamp, she has been developed with the external spaces uppermost in mind, especially their continual interplay with those inside.
The all-aluminium M/Y CIAO has been designed and built by CRN in close collaboration with architecture and design studio Omega Architects, who conceived the external lines, and architects Massari Design, who created the outdoor guest areas and interiors.
The sale of the new superyacht was brokered by Eduardo Cury, President of Miami Yacht Access. The client is represented by Antonello Vittorio Meloni.
At 52 metres in length, 9 metres in the beam and with a gross tonnage of 499, M/Y CIAO spans four decks and accommodates up to ten guests in comfort across the main deck owner suite and four VIP cabins below.
The expanse of full-height tinted glazing on the main and upper decks blends into a visual and spatial continuum that accentuates the hull lines, offering uninterrupted sea views in the utmost onboard privacy.
CRN’s M/Y CIAO is a unique oeuvre inspired by perfect harmony among the spaces. She reflects the vision of a knowledgeable owner with a passion for the onboard life, who wanted comfortable spaces in the open air.
The result is a pleasure vessel with a strong relationship between the large, luminous indoor and outdoor spaces, cleverly interconnected for a perceptual and functional unity between inside and out.
The spacious outdoor areas include two sizeable lounges with sunbathing area and spa pool, one on the sun deck and one on the main deck, an alfresco dining area on the upper deck and superb leisure and wellness zone at the beach club.
Fluid flexibility is the order of the day in the generous indoor areas too, like the luminous main and upper deck saloons, which become versatile living spaces for relaxation and fun.
CRN is currently constructing another three fully custom yachts: the 72-metre CRN M/Y 139, the 60-metre CRN M/Y 141 and the 67-metre CRN M/Y 143.