CRN releases the bespoke 52m M/Y 142 project
The new fully customized M/Y 142 project features refined sporty lines and superbly crafted open decks that provide an incredible sense of open-air freedom. Like other CRN superyachts, the 52-meter vessel will be built in Ancona and embody the best Italian traditions that perfectly highlight the vision and taste of the future owner.
Its length is 52 meters, width is 9 meters and the gross tonnage is 499 GRT, and the hull and superstructure are made of aluminum. Four decks will comfortably accommodate 10 guests, including the owner’s master suite on the main deck and four VIP cabins on the lower deck.
The exterior of the M/Y 142 was designed by Omega Architects in conjunction with architects Massari Design, who were involved in the design of the yacht’s interiors. The result is a superyacht with neat yet striking exterior lines, an almost vertical bow and a sporty, dynamic character. Panoramic tinted glazing on the main and upper decks complements the elegant exterior architecture, allowing guests to enjoy breathtaking panoramas. Even the wheelhouse windows are uniquely integrated into the overall styling, creating a seamless line of glazing.
The main deck is framed by designer Frank Laupman’s signature arches, creating a striking profile view and unique aft shapes. Large and luxurious outdoor spaces are the hallmark of this vessel.
The interior is characterized by simplicity and clarity of forms. It reflects the fashionable concept of modern life – sophistication and at the same time a sense of free space.
CRN is currently building 3 more custom yachts: the 62m CRN M/Y 138, the 72m CRN M/Y 139 and the 60m CRN M/Y 141.
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Before the Italian shipyard Baglietto from La Spezia