A selection of superyachts expected at Port Hercules this year.

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CRN’s recently delivered 135 will be making her world debut at the MYS this September. Launched earlier this year at a ceremony in front of 1000 people, the majestic superyacht was custom built and features a steel hull matched with an ally superstructure.

First announced in March 2014, M/Y 135 was originally conceived as a 77-metre project, subsequently expanding up to her current length of 79 metres, making her the second longest yacht to built at the CRN shipyard.

CRN M/Y 135 specs
LOA: 79m
Beam: 13.50m
Design: CRN, Zuccon International Project, Laura Sessa
Engines: 2x CAT
Max speed: 16kn
Shipyard: CRN (Italy)

The 135 is distinguished by Laura Sessa’s elegant interior designs and attention to detail, matched with smooth lines courtesy of CRN and Zuccon International Project.

Propulsion wise, the CRN is powered by a pair of Caterpillar diesel engines. These give the superyacht a maximum speed of 16 knots with a cruising speed of 15 knots.