Published: Monday, 29 February 2016

Architectural studio Zuccon International Project is prepared for a busy year, with seven new vessels designed by the Rome-based company currently being built by Ferretti Group and CRN shipyard in Ancona, for which Zuccon’s architects have also developed two new projects for a 50-metre yacht.

Zuccon Intl Project

(Ferretti 850)

Zuccon has been commissioned to redesign Ferretti Yachts’ entire range, over a period of three years. The first models presented cover a wide range: the first one will be the entry level Ferretti 450, while the second is the 26m Ferretti 850, available in two different versions. Both yachts are under construction and will be presented at the 2016 Yachting Cannes Festival.

An increase in size for Zuccon will be offered with Custom Line, the Ferretti Group brand dedicated to fiberglass semi-custom yachts. In the next few months, the Navetta 37 will be presented, along with the 42m Navetta 42, the biggest yacht built by Custom Line, whose first renderings have just been presented at the Miami International Boat Show (Feb 11-15). The launch of the Navetta 42 is expected in 2018.

Zuccon Intl Project 1

(Navetta 42)

CRN shipyard is also working on several new all-steel units that will be launched by 2017. The 74m-displacement yacht M/Y CRN 131 will be launched within the next few months, while the 79m M/Y CRN 135 and 50m M/Y CRN Superconero are under construction.

Superconero, along with Expedition 50 and Dislopen 50, is part of a three-model range developed by Zuccon to introduce a flexible design proposal based on the same platform.

As well as collaborating with the shipyards, Zuccon also continues to carry our projects under the Zuccon Superyacht Design division. In January 2016, the 94m superyacht concept Teti was unveiled, offering a new experimental project that transforms the way external spaces are conceived and lived on board large vessels.

Zuccon Intl Project 2

(CRN M/Y Superconero)

The projects’ variety represents Zuccon International Project’ ability to innovate, always coming up with new proposals that can answer to several requirements and differ in size, construction materials, types, shapes and functions.