Italian superyacht builder CRN has announced the construction of its latest project, a 50-metre steel-hulled displacement yacht with an alumiunim superstructure, due to be launched in winter 2018.
The yacht’s name has been inspired by CRN’s original Superconero from the 1960s. Zuccon International Project has created the exterior profile and interior design work of Superconero, alongside CRN’s internal teams, which also provided the engineering.
The yacht has been designed to fall beneath 500GT in displacement, with a beam of 8.6 metres. It will feature an opening sea terrace for use at anchor and a balcony that can be used while underway.
An aft beach club is complemented by a float-in tender garage that creates a vast, open space at sea level when the tender is launched. Further details on the project are yet to be disclosed.
With its huge internal volumes and thanks to the extensive use of glass for the large full-height windows ensuring a constant visual contact with the outside, the 50-metre M/Y Superconero is a truly unique vessel and a real dream for those owners wishing to experience total freedom at sea,” said CRN in its announcement of the project.
Zuccon International Project’s interior work has an “elegant liberty style” according to the builder, emphasising the soft, sinuous lines that can be expected of the superyacht’s interior details and furnishings.
Currently under construction at the CRN facilities in Ancona, on the eastern coast of Italy, we can expect to see more details of this yacht from the Ferretti Group-owned marque in the coming months as it approaches launch and delivery.