CRN delivers Lady Genyr
Published: Thursday, 08 August 2013
Superyacht builder CNR has delivered the Navetta 43, Lady Genyr. The 43-metre Navetta 43 line represents a milestone on the shipyard's 50th anniversary. It is the second composite line after the 128 line (a range of 40-metre yachts built between 2004 and 2011). Prior to that, CRN production only focused on steel and aluminium yachts.
Lady Genyr is a displacement Navetta made completely of composite materials. CRN naval engineering took care of the naval project and the CRN’s architects worked on the interiors and the furnishings. The external shape and the internal layout were designed by Studio Zuccon International Project.
This yacht is 8.6 metres wide and comfortably accommodates up to 10 guests in five cabins (the owner's suite and four VIPs) and nine crew members. The yacht is powered by two Caterpillar C32-C engines producing a top speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots. Her range is about 3,800 miles at 11 knots and therefore good for oceanic crossings. With four decks and a bulbous hull, Lady Genyr has a newer sundeck layout than other Navetta 43 models and even wider spaces. One special feature is the internal lift that links all decks which was expressly requested by the owner.
The Navetta 43 line comprises the Emerald Star (delivered in 2007), the Hana and Rubeccan (2008), Sofico (2009), Eviva and Kate (2010), and Lady Trudy (2011). All these superyachts have entirely customized interiors commissioned by their respective owners.