CRN Presents 61-Metre M/Y CRN 133 Saramour
Published: Friday, 04 July 2014
CRN launched M/Y CRN 133, Saramour, a 61-metre megayacht built entirely in the Ancona shipyard and launched privately in March. CRN is a brand of the Ferretti Group specialising in the construction of fully custom steel and aluminium megayachts between 40 and 90 metres in length.
CRN Technical Department took care of naval design and engineering, while the design firm Francesco Paszkowski Design developed the yacht’s exterior lines and her interior – the latter in close cooperation with CRN Interiors and Design Department – interpreting the owner’s requirements.
Saramour features five guest cabins, two suites, two VIP cabins and the master stateroom. She has a classical-modern style with design elements that draw inspiration from the automotive sector.
Minimalism characterises all furnishings, a solution aimed at visually making room for the works of art chosen by the owner to turn the yacht into a large art gallery that reflects the owner’s passion and taste.
Stepping in guests are welcomed to the main saloon where the walls and floors in Canaletto walnut match the lacquered burgundy of select pieces of furniture and the Thala Beige marble used in the wall recesses. The saloon is a large open space without any partitions dividing the dining area from the living area.
In the central part of the yacht is a circular lobby with a glass lift for the guests, connecting all decks; an aerial winding staircase, specifically designed to let the light shine through the suspended steps, runs around the lift.
The aft area on the lower deck hosts the beach club, a true peaceful oasis devoted to relaxation. The aft door opens up to reveal a solarium decorated with patterns using colours that draw inspiration from the sea landscape.
For the first time ever on a CRN vessel of this size, the upper deck is entirely devoted to the owner allowing him to enjoy cruising and onboard life at its best and with the utmost privacy.
The master cabin is located at the extreme bow. It opens up onto a private deck with a square swimming pool, decorated with a light blue and white mosaic, and side sun pads. The area in front of the swimming pool, fitted with central glazing, allows one to see the water and the mosaic.
The fly deck on Saramour was conceived for the guests’ fitness and maximum onboard wellbeing. There is a wide sunbathing area at the extreme stern that can be converted into a helipad for the touch and go landing of a helicopter weighing up to 3 tonnes. Inside, the fitness area is fitted with Technogym training equipment and a massage bed that can also be easily moved outdoors.
A large round Jacuzzi with sunbathing area has been installed in the central part of the sun deck, sheltered by the main mast, and an additional sunbathing area can be found towards the bow.
Saramour is equipped with two Caterpillar 3512 C-C 1230 kW@1800 rpm diesel engines that push her to a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.