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News: CRN Delivers 50M "Latona"

Discussion in 'CRN News & Launches' started by Yacht News, May 10, 2018.

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  1. 50-meter "Latona" Delivered By CRN
    "Latona" is the latest superyacht to be delivered by CRN Yachts. She is a 50-meter displacement luxury yacht with a design by Zuccon International Project. Hull 136 as she was called while in build, was commissioned for a determined owner who demanded to get whatever they wanted on the build. Expect to see this yacht gracing the docks of Monaco for her world premiere in September.
  2. The interior has been formulated by the CRN interior team who worked very closely with the owner to bring their whims and wants to fruition. Four decks above the waterline dominate and with a cool temperature hull finish that provides just enough contrast to stand out from the gleaming white superstructure. Check her out at night as she has underwater lighting that will work well with the color of the hull.
  3. A pair of CAT C32 diesels will ensure that she can sprint to a top speed of 15-knots or be more laid-back at 9 or 10-knots to efficiently eek-out Trans-Atlantic range (3,800nm). At 50-meters LOA, 8.6-meters wide and coming in at just under 500GT (460GT) the owner and guests should enjoy the space offered onboard. One of the spaces that will go well with the guests is the beach club on the aft lower deck. A glass bottom to the pool above filters natural light into the beach club and the transverse tender garage adds another dimension to the space blending a technical area with a guest relaxation region. A jacuzzi is located on the forward sundeck and is flanked by sun padded areas. Five cabins are onboard for guests and owner housing up to ten. Nine crew have lodging on the lower deck

    For more information:

    Via Enrico Mattei, n. 26
    60125 Ancona (AN)

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