A new creation, unique and exceptional, is taking shape at CRN. The M/Y 145 Project Thunderball. This 70-metre steel and aluminium superyacht is completely bespoke and handcrafted in her design, naval architecture, engineering and her construction.
The CRN M/Y 145 combines the CRN shipyard’s design-and-build quality and know-how with the experience of Vripack – which developed the external lines and the naval architecture – and the creativity of the Nauta Design studio, for the interior design and outdoor furniture.
This new yacht, with her classic, timeless line, has a striking sense of style that fully reflects the owner’s vision and requirements for a pleasure ship suited to long, pleasurable, contemplative cruises.
This is a vessel with a traditional elongated bow, a low profile and svelte lines like a sailboat, with curved bilges and a smooth surface. The entire design has been carefully devised for highly efficient cruising and comfortable, convenient manoeuvring. The owner is a passionate sailor, so a smaller sailboat will also be delivered to accompany the mother yacht.
The superyacht will cruise in the Mediterranean and between Florida and the Bahamas, to be used as a base for diving, sailing and
The CRN M/Y 145 spans 5 decks and is 70 metres long with a beam of 11 metres and a gross tonnage of 1,100, accommodating up to 12 guests and 15 crew.