CRN has launched 73m (240ft) Yalla at its Ancona shipyard. More than 1,000 people, including local institutions, guests, employees and their families, the Ferretti Group and CRN management were present at the ceremony.
Netherlands based Omega Architects designed the external profile of the new vessel with the CRN engineering department providing the naval architecture. The interiors have been created by Droulers Architecture, which has worked in close collaboration with the shipyard’s interiors and design office.
The new yacht is the first to be built by CRN on the new naval platform of 12.5-metres in width and is characterised by sleek, slender and sporty lines, which contribute to a streamlined profile. Yalla has five decks and can host up to 12 guests in its six cabins, including the owner suite and VIP cabins, together with a crew of 22 members.
The construction of the yacht has required around 430,000 hours of work from the shipyard workers and subcontractors and the daily contribution of over 150 direct and indirect workers.
At the moment another five vessels are being built at the Ancona shipyard: CRN 131 74 m, CRN 134 55 m, together with the CRN 133 61m, a maxiyacht of the Ferretti Custom Line, the CL 124’, and a Riva 122’ Mythos made of aluminium, all at the delivery stage.