The Italian builder's latest 72m (236ft) full-custom CRN 139 has been christened motor yacht NJOY in a private ceremony held on Monday, before hitting the water for the first time from their Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona, Italy.
Although details of the bespoke steel and aluminum motor yacht remain tightly under wraps, in their latest press release it was confirmed the yacht has been designed and built by CRN, who were also responsible for her naval architecture, while Nuvolari Lenard designed her interiors, in collaboration with the Italian yard.
The 1,880 GT yacht boasts a wide 12.4-meter beam, so we can expect plenty of generous interior and alfresco living areas spanning across her 6 decks.
the yacht combines functional and design solutions in a sophisticated overall harmony
Designed to reflect and enhance her owners’ vision, personality and style, the yacht is endowed with large full-length glazing to maximize the light, and has been described as having “smooth external lines that impart an original, elegant aesthetic”, while overall the yacht “combines functional and design solutions in a sophisticated overall harmony”.
She will provide accommodation for 12 guests, with additional space for up to 19 crew to ensure a seamless and professional experience at all times.
CRN have confirmed a further three full-custom yachts are currently under construction, comprising the 67-meter CRN M/Y 143, the 85-meter CRN M/Y 144 and the 70-meter CRN M/Y 145.