The 62m CRN Project C138 has been sold by Monaco-based brokerage TWW Yachts. Following the sale, a private ceremony held at the Ferretti Group yard celebrated the ship’s launch.
The sky filled with confetti in a beautiful display to celebrate the launch of CRN’s Project C138. The vessel has been under construction for 3 years since its announcement in 2018.
The yacht, now called Rio, features a design and build by CRN and exterior architecture from Dutch studio, Omega Architects who also provided design for the recently sold Heesen Apollo. Rio’s interior showcases the design prowess of the Italian house Pulina Design.
Amongst the 4-deck superyacht features is a wellness retreat that lives on the lower deck. The space houses a beach club, massage room and fitness area for the health-conscious owner. Rio accommodates up to 12 guests over the owner’s suite and further 5 guest suites.
Following her launch, Project C138 joins a global fleet of over 400 CRN-made vessels. The Italian shipyard has established a reputation for quality and innovation since its inception in 1963. CRN currently has 4 yachts under construction, with Project 139 scheduled for delivery this year.
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