CRN Yachts from Italy signed two new letter of intent for 44-meter yachts of the SuperConero Line for Owners from the Middle East and Europe.

The 44-meter SuperConero yacht was designed by Zuccon International Project, has a beam of 8.60 m and her gross tonnage is within 500 GT. The displacer will be built in steel and aluminum and equipped with a bulbous bow. CRN’s in-house engineering is responsible for naval architecture.

While these yachts “just” 44-meters long they feature some things from larger yachts like a balcony which can be enjoyed during sailing, an open sea terrace for times at anchor and a flooded tender garage like on CRN’s J’ade.

CRN SuperConero 44m

The transatlantic range, the project design, and the manufacturing, to the highest standards acknowledged worldwide in the nautical industry (RINA and MCA), the large internal volumes and the predominant use of glass for the large floor-to-ceiling windows giving a constant view of the sea, make the SuperConero 44-meters mega yacht a unique vessel.

Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman, and CEO of CRN said:

“I am happy about the signing of these two Letters of Intent for the 44 meters SuperConero Line; this confirms that we have made the right choices in a very important segment of the market for CRN. The shipyard is working hard to plan and produce “unique products” which will make these jewels loved and utilized by their Owners. The European and Middle-Eastern Nationality of Prospects means continuity in historically strategic markets for CRN. For this reason, we will be at the Dubai International Boat Show again in March.”

Main Specifications

Length over all:44.00 m
Beam:8.60 m
Exterior Styling:Zuccon International Project
Naval Architecture:CRN
Classification:RINA / MCA

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