The mega planing-yacht, was placed in the water on October 25th during a private ceremony for the shipowner and his family.

Following the traditional breaking of the bottle, the vessel, with her elegant grey hull – the first time this colour has been used on the 128′ line – thrilled the onlooking guests as it entered the water.

At a length of 40 metres and a width of 7.7, this mega-yacht can easily accommodate 12 passengers and a crew of 8.

Designed for owners who want onboard comfort, but without neglecting performance, the two engines of the CRN 128′ line, MTU 12V 4000 M90 2040 kW models, provide a maximum speed of 24 knots and a cruising speed of 19.

Further proof of the technological excellence built into every mega-yacht designed by CRN is the installation, as a standard feature, of 5 Mitsubishi Anti Rolling Gyros (5 MSM 4000), a stabiliser system capable of reducing the roll of the ship by more than 50%, especially when it is anchored offshore or docked.

The result of a joint effort by the CRN technical team and the Zuccon International Project firm, “Lady Belmor” is a yacht with an unmistakably distinctive layout featuring three covered decks, plus an innovative tender garage with side opening.

Selected after close consultation with the owner, the elements of the interior design are characterised by a modern design, highlighted by the numerous details in steel, such as the frames on the built-in furniture and the wooden Venetian blinds, used in place of decorative curtains in all the different settings. A single type of wood panelling, canaletto walnut, is found throughout the ship, whose further elements of design elegance include the “L”-shaped Cassina sofa in the main lounge. The owner’s suite of this highly refined mega-yacht is found in the forward portion of the main deck, while the lower deck is set aside for the guests’ night zone. 

As for the immense sundeck, its forward section holds a tub, while the aft portion serves as a sunbathing area.


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