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CRN prepares to launch 80M superyacht "Chopi Chopi"

Discussion in 'CRN News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Dec 12, 2012.

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  1. CRN prepares to launch top-of-the-line 80-meter superyacht "Chopi Chopi"

    It's been a buzz at the CRN shipyard in Italy during the last few months, first with the successful launching of the superyacht "J'Ade". However, more stir was created when their largest yacht to-date left the building hall and rolled into day-light for the first time.

    Hull 129, the 80-meter superyacht "Chopi Chopi" looks even better than in her rendered state that most have been accustomed to during the last few years. Her beautiful appearance has been created thanks to Zuccon International Project in cooperation with CRN. On the other hand, the interior as you can well imagine will be classy when fully completed, compliments work by Laura Sessa Romboli and CRN Central Stile.
  2. Chopi Chopi already recieved her main mast and has already been positioned at the slipway where she will stay until January 12, 2013 for her splashing into Italian waters. While sitting on the slipway, she is being prepared for launch and the vital time will allow workers to complete the interior.

    Let's quickly look at the accommodation of Chopi Chopi. Her owner's suite is located on the Upper Deck and the guest accommodation is forward of midships on the main deck. Approximately 30 crew members are housed on the lower deck. Power comes compliments a pair of 1,640kW CAT engines, top speed of the CRN giant is 16-knots. Dial her back to 12 knots, 6,000 nautical mile range is possible depending on load conditions. Stay tuned on January 12, 2013 when Chopi Chopi is splashed.

    For more information:

    CRN SpA
    Via Enrico Mattei, n. 26
    60125 Ancona (AN)
    Yacht Builders - CRN Yacht Builder

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