Just two weeks after its launch of a 60-metre yacht, CRN has had another opportunity to swing a bottle of champagne. A new 43 maxiyacht was launched on 21 April 2010, the sixth in the CRN 43 line. The yacht, built in GRP, was designed by the CRN technical office and Zuccon International Project, a studio that developed external and internal layout.
The yacht has four bridges with generous open-air areas, including a spacious sun-deck. Inside, there is a master cabin on the main deck, and four guest cabins on the deck below. It provides accommodation for 10 passengers and 9 crew, and there is a gym towards the stern, with Tecnogym equipment. An inimitable feature of CRN's design is the terrace opening from the master suite, with space for tables and chairs, ideal for a relaxed breakfast.
Technology includes an integrated audio-video system, and My Olos domotics that optimizes entertainment and video-surveillance. The power plant consists of two Caterpillar C32 engines that enable the maxiyacht to reach a maximum speed of 15.4 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots.