Besides this 79m yacht under construction, three more motoryachts are currently in build.
Superyacht builder CRN has moved a 79m yacht from one hangar to another. The superyacht, which is currently under construction at the shipyard in Ancona, is bound to become the second largest yacht ever built by brand.
The yacht, weighing more than 1,000-tonne, was moved 800 meters over a span of two hours from one hangar into another.
The shipyard has also reported that operation of moving a project of that size required the utmost care and expertise of CRN’s workers.
The new 79m in build is CRN’s hull number 135. The yacht has been designed by CRN’s Technical Department in cooperation with Studio Zuccon International Project, who designed its exteriors, and with Studio Laura Sessa, who took care of interior design.
Three more superyachts are also under construction in Ancona including the soon-to-be-launched 74m motoryacht CRN, the 50m motoryacht CRN Superconero, and the 62m motoryacht CRN 137.
CRN is part of the Ferretti Group. The yard specializes in the construction of fully-custom steel and light aluminium alloy vessels ranging from 40m to 100m.