Following its delivery last May, CRN’s new 74-metre yacht will make its debut as a world première at the Monaco Yacht Show.
CRN, the Italian shipbuilder and brand, part of the Ferretti Group, specialising in the construction of fully-custom steel and aluminium pleasure vessels between 40 and 100 metres in length, will be taking part in the Monaco Yacht Show, to be held from 27 to 30 September, with the Ancona Shipyard’s latest jewel, CRN’s 74-metre M/Y Cloud 9, which will be exhibited in collaboration with Burgess. Cloud 9 will be available for private viewings arranged by CRN Shipyard.
Launched at the end of January and delivered in spring, the new 74-metre yacht will be presented as a world première at the Monaco Yacht Show, where its strong personality and bespoke design will undoubtedly put it in the spotlight.
A harmonious combination of technical expertise and innovative design, M/Y Cloud 9 is the result of the close cooperation between the CRN Shipyard, Zuccon International Project and Winch Design. Naval engineering was in charge of CRN’s Engineering Team, the outer lines and internal layout were designed by Studio Zuccon International Project, while Winch Design took care of the interiors and the exterior guest area. Burgess was involved as project manager from the very early stages of the build in their capacity as the Owner’s Representative.
M/Y Cloud 9 stands out for its unique flawless balance between interior and exterior spaces, with impressive volumes and an incredibly high level of comfort, also thanks to the free-flowing layout connecting all living areas and creating a smooth and relaxed indoor-outdoor living environment. Cloud 9’s design concept is characterised by a sleek profile further enhanced by subtle design details in the superstructure and by the sophisticated elegance of the interiors, resulting in a world-class superyacht.
With its 74 metres in length, a beam of 13.5 meters and five wide decks, the latest yacht built by the Ancona Shipyard can comfortably accommodate up to 16 guests (12 in case of chartering) in the Owner’s suite and six guest cabins, plus the crew quarters for 22 crew members and two more cabins for four staff members. The yacht can reach a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
Cloud 9 is available for charter and is represented by Burgess as Worldwide Central Agents.