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CRN launches the M/Y CIAO Superyacht - A perfect fusion of creative excellence and bespoke design

by CRN 21 May 21:35 PDT
M/Y CIAO Superyacht © CRN Shipyard

A new work of art in true CRN style has entered the water for the first time. The CRN 142, a bespoke yacht to be delivered as M/Y CIAO, was launched today at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona. The exciting private ceremony was attended by the owner, the senior management and the employees with their families.

The sale of the 52-metre superyacht was brokered by Eduardo Cury, President of Miami Yacht Access. The client is represented by Antonello Vittorio MELONI.

Made entirely of aluminium, M/Y CIAO has been designed and built by CRN in close collaboration with architecture and design studio Omega Architects, who conceived the external lines, and architects Massari Design, who created the outdoor guest areas and interiors.

At 52 metres in length, 9 metres in the beam and with a gross tonnage of 499, this new true custom yacht spans 4 decks and accommodates up to 10 guests in the comfort of the main-deck owner suite and 4 VIP cabins below.

CRN M/Y CIAO is a tailor-made creation with a strong artisanal stamp. Her distinctive taut, svelte exterior lines and near-vertical bow exude a decidedly sporty, dynamic personality.

The expanse of full-height tinted glazing on the main and upper decks blends into a visual continuum, offering uninterrupted sea views in the utmost on-board privacy. Even the wheelhouse has 3 generous windows that set off the external lines in an unbroken spatial and visual whole.

The yacht reflects the vision of a knowledgeable owner who specifically wanted comfortable spaces in the open air, setting great store by the design of the social zones. The result is a pleasure vessel with a sublime harmony and a strong connection among the large, luminous indoor and outdoor spaces, for a perceptual and functional unity between inside and out.

A wealth of features will enable the owner and guests to enjoy a peerless shared cruising experience. Such as the sizeable al fresco dining area on the upper deck, or the comfortable, versatile lounge areas with sun zone and spa pool on the sun deck and main deck, or the bright, roomy saloons on the main and upper decks, all smoothly designed with conviviality in mind.

CRN M/Y CIAO is a masterpiece of nautical art that marries the finest Italian craftsmanship and savoir-faire with unrivalled in-depth design and build quality and know-how.

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