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CRN confirms delivery of 60m superyacht COMFORTABLY NUMB

By Nina Done   2 February 2023

After being spotted in the US Virgin Islands in January, CRN officially confirmed the departure of 60m (197ft) superyacht COMFORTABLY NUMB from their Ancona shipyard in Italy on her inaugural cruise across the pond, bound for the tropical climes of the Caribbean.

Following her successful sea trials and subsequent delivery in December 2022, the latest CRN yacht cuts a fine figure in the water, with her bold exterior and naval architecture from the boards of Nuvolari Lenard, in collaboration with the shipyard’s R&D team.

First launched in September 2022, the bespoke all-aluminum yacht is a masterclass in yacht design, revealing dynamic lines and plumb bow, coupled with futuristic on board technology.


Although very little is known about her interiors, according to CRN, motor yacht COMFORTABLY NUMB offers her guests airy, voluminous living spaces and state-of-the-art amenities across her five decks, coupled with high performance – with a modest enough draft to comfortably cruise in the West Indies and beyond, in line with the wishes of her owners.

She is also IMO Tier III-certified, assuring drastic reductions of up to 70% in harmful emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the engine exhaust.

Boasting a top speed of 25 knots, and cruising speed of 22.5 knots, she will make short work of any lengthy passages in between the archipelagos.

Luxury yacht COMFORTABLY NUMB follows hot on the heels of the 52m yacht CIAO and 62m yacht RIO, with an additional four yachts reportedly still under construction.

It is not yet known whether M/Y COMFORTABLY NUMB will become available for superyacht charters. If you are interested in a yacht rental of a similar caliber, please check out all CRN yachts available for charter. Alternatively, speak to your preferred yacht broker for more information.


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