All yachts

Light Holic
Motor yacht
Featured
€ 36,000,000
CRN | 60 m | 2011
Sofico
Motor yacht
Featured
€ 9,900,000
CRN | 42.6 m | 2009
Libertas
Motor yacht
Featured
$ 7,500,000
CRN | 39.6 m | 2009
Alouette II
Motor yacht
CRN | 54 m | 2006
Alwaeli
Motor yacht
CRN | 68 m | 1991
Aqualibrium
Motor yacht
CRN | 40 m | 1994
Ariela
Motor yacht
CRN | 39 m | 2004
Atlante
Motor yacht
CRN | 55 m | 2015
Azteca
Motor yacht
CRN | 72 m | 2009
Azzurra II
Motor yacht
CRN | 47.9 m | 1988
Bella Stella
Motor yacht
CRN | 45 m | 1987
Blue Eyes London
Motor yacht
CRN | 59.8 m | 2009
Sanoo
Motor yacht
CRN | 39.6 m | 2005
Chopi Chopi
Motor yacht
CRN | 80 m | 2013
DR No No
Motor yacht
€ 13,950,000
CRN | 49.75 m | 1998
Constance
Motor yacht
CRN | 60 m | 2006
Hana
Motor yacht
CRN | 43 m | 2008
Il Vagabondo Again
Motor yacht
CRN | 61.2 m | 1987
J'ade
Motor yacht
CRN | 58.2 m | 2013
Jameel
Motor yacht
CRN | 49.99 m | 1985
Juna Too
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.6 m | 2011
Kanaloa
Motor yacht
€ 5,950,000
CRN | 48.2 m | 1996
Lady Genyr
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.6 m | 2013
Magenta M
Motor yacht
CRN | 43 m | 2001
Katharine
Motor yacht
CRN | 61.3 m | 2000
Nordic Star
Motor yacht
$ 6,950,000
CRN | 37 m | 1978
Parvati
Motor yacht
CRN | 39.7 m | 1979
All Seven
Motor yacht
CRN | 45.23 m | 1987
Sarita-Si
Motor yacht
CRN | 38.6 m | 1972
Tacanuyaso
Motor yacht
CRN | 60 m | 2008
Ramble On Rose
Motor yacht
CRN | 60 m | 2011
Yalla
Motor yacht
CRN | 73 m | 2014
Sima
Motor yacht
CRN | 39.6 m | 2007
Achilles
Motor yacht
CRN | 55.29 m | 1984
Rio Frio
Motor yacht
CRN | 52.43 m | 1980
Shaf
Motor yacht
CRN | 52.79 m | 1983
Mister P
Motor yacht
CRN | 37.5 m | 1986
Cloud 9
Motor yacht
CRN | 74 m | 2017
Sahab IV
Motor yacht
CRN | 49.96 m | 1997
Rubeccan
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.6 m | 2008
Saramour
Motor yacht
CRN | 61.3 m | 2014
Argolide
Motor yacht
CRN | 32.5 m | 1983
Sylviana
Motor yacht
CRN | 39 m | 1979
Avant Garde
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.6 m | 2010
Cacique
Motor yacht
CRN | 46 m | 2003
Eight
Motor yacht
CRN | 46 m | 2005
Agatha
Motor yacht
CRN | 39.6 m | 2006
Maraya
Motor yacht
CRN | 54.2 m | 2008
Vespucci
Motor yacht
CRN | 30.5 m | 1978
Hiilani
Motor yacht
CRN | 28.56 m | 1974
Active Gazella
Motor yacht
CRN | 30.78 m | 1974
Alexandra K
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.73 m | 1981
Maracunda
Motor yacht
CRN | 49.96 m | 1990
5G
Motor yacht
5G
CRN | 39.6 m | 2011
Emotion
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.61 m | 2009
Tyndareo
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.79 m | 1982
Ocean Star
Motor yacht
CRN | 45.93 m | 1978
Ava
Motor yacht
Ava
CRN | 40 m | 1976
Sea Lion II
Motor yacht
CRN | 29.7 m | 2006
CRN 137
Motor yacht
CRN | 61.9 m | 2019
CRN 135
Motor yacht
CRN | 79 m | 2018
Tacanuyaso MS
Motor yacht
CRN | 60 m | 2008
Royal Rubin
Motor yacht
CRN | 56.5 m | 2008
Maracunda
Motor yacht
CRN | 49.96 m | 1990

About CRN

CRN
Ancona, Italy
(+39) 071 5011 111
CRN was established in 1963 by Sanzio Nicolini to build steel and aluminium yachts for the high-end market. In the 1970s, Nicolini started collaboration with Carlo Riva, building eight yachts together.

In 1978, CRN made its first yacht over 45 meters, delivering the 47m Fath Al Khair for the Emir of Qatar. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, CRN's main clients were Middle Eastern or Greek, the Gulf War in the 1990s therefore had a big impact on the shipyard.

As a consequence, the company diversified to refitting and commercial ship construction. In 1999, the company was sold to the Ferretti Group. In 2013, CRN launched its 200th yacht, the 80m Chopi Chopi that became the yard's flagship.

Yachts for sale

Light Holic
Motor yacht
Featured
€ 36,000,000
CRN | 60 m | 2011
Sofico
Motor yacht
Featured
€ 9,900,000
CRN | 42.6 m | 2009
Libertas
Motor yacht
Featured
$ 7,500,000
CRN | 39.6 m | 2009
DR No No
Motor yacht
€ 13,950,000
CRN | 49.75 m | 1998
Kanaloa
Motor yacht
€ 5,950,000
CRN | 48.2 m | 1996
Nordic Star
Motor yacht
$ 6,950,000
CRN | 37 m | 1978

Yachts for charter

Azzurra II
Motor yacht
CRN | 47.9 m | 1988
DR No No
Motor yacht
€ 13,950,000
CRN | 49.75 m | 1998
Hana
Motor yacht
CRN | 43 m | 2008
Kanaloa
Motor yacht
€ 5,950,000
CRN | 48.2 m | 1996
Katharine
Motor yacht
CRN | 61.3 m | 2000
Ramble On Rose
Motor yacht
CRN | 60 m | 2011
Cloud 9
Motor yacht
CRN | 74 m | 2017
Avant Garde
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.6 m | 2010
Emotion
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.61 m | 2009
Sea Lion II
Motor yacht
CRN | 29.7 m | 2006

Latest News

Feadship hull 696 launched
Yesterday morning, the fourth Feadship of 2017 exited the shed in Aalsmeer. The exterior styling is by Feadship; the interior design of this brand new yacht comes from the drawing boards of RWD. The new superyacht has been seen in July 2016 being transported from Shipyard Slob to Hansweert. Featuring a steel hull and aluminium construction, she measures 69m. The superyacht will soon be officially launched, and that’s when Feadship discloses her name and all the information.Feadship has recently delivered 73-metre Hasna which was launched for an Australian owner on Saturday, June 3.
Hatteras launches first 90 yacht
Hatteras has launched the first model in the new 90 series with the public debut taking place in Florida later this year.The yacht features a crisp, light-filled interior that strikes a perfect balance of dramatic form and ingenious function. She incorporates an inspiring range of global design influences to create new uses of living, dining and entertaining spaces. Distinctive features include signature skylights as well as a sweeping staircase to the expansive bridge. A play is created between the interior and exterior spaces, which include a modular bar on the aft deck and ample lounging space on the side decks and bow. The impact of the massive 22'6" beam is felt throughout, including in the four luxurious staterooms.
Game Changer cruising in the Med
Dutch shipbuilder Damen has launched Game Changer, its latest 70-metre yacht support vessel with helicopter hangar, in March 2017. The vessel has been later spotted in London and now seen cruising the Med.Game Changer is the fourth yacht support vessel in the 70-metre segment following the delivery of Intrepid, 6711 and Garcon. This latest launch also follows last year’s delivery and sale of the 55-metre showcase vessel Fast & Furious. With its yacht support range, Damen is now the established leader in this rapidly developing niche. In total 11 vessels have been delivered or are in build.The vessel features a fully certified helideck so owners can take larger helicopters on long range flights to their mother yachts and land safely in a wider weather window. Lowering the helicopter into the hangar protects it from the elements so it is refuelled and available for take-off without causing hassle, disruption and noise on the mother yacht.In addition, Game Changer has 250 square metres of open deck space for tenders and toys. The large deck crane makes logistics and handling simple, fast and safe. Below deck there is a further 110 square-metre storage space/dive centre. The YS 6911 has offices, facilities and accommodation for 22 crew and staff. It can carry a huge amount of extra provisions, fuel (marine, aviation and petrol), luggage and spare parts.
Design Unlimited unveils MC155 trimaran concept
Design Unlimited has presented its latest trimaran concept, intended to partner business and pleasure in an efficient and high performing package. Measuring 46.8m, she’ll be built to LY3 and MLC regulations, with accommodation for nine in four cabins, and crew quarters for six. Maximum speed predictions are for 24 knots, with a range of 2,500 nautical miles cruising at 14 knots.The compact Trimaran design has a drag coefficient so low that build and running costs equate to a monohull half her size. Test results from the Potsdam tank facility in Germany have exceeded all expectations in terms of hydrodynamic resistance, pitch and roll.The design has already undergone extensive development stages. Mani Frers has lead all aspects of the naval architecture and styling, McConaghy have developed the engineering and systems on board, composite engineering has been handled by Pure Design, a peer-review of the vessel’s incredible seakeeping qualities has been made by DNVGL, and the interior design comes from Design Unlimited. This highly advanced superyacht is now ready to commence production.Headlining the interior arrangement is the panoramic master suite, which utilises the upper deck. This large stateroom is complemented by an en-suite bathroom, dressing room with walk-in wardrobe and a private gym – all with views to the horizon. The private deck space is accessed via glass sliding doors and also positioned here is the owner’s helipad.The main saloon and interior dining area, spanning the 11.3m beam, have an open flow making for seamless transitions between the interior and exterior spaces, with the main aft deck serving as a social area, beach club and additional lounge. Versatility of space was key to the brief and the interior spaces can be closed off to create private areas more suited to business use. Glass has been used extensively in the design and will incorporate the latest heat-reflective technology.The interior styling is modern, with an underlying colour palette that is clean and simple. Accents of colour and texture details are then used to add personality to the space. Manufactured from lightweight materials throughout to reach target speed and range, particular attention will also be paid to sound proofing – ensuring a relaxed and peaceful environment for owner and guests.This superyacht also features an abundance of desirable lifestyle elements. On the aft deck, a large sheltered lounge area with bar facilities frames a pool, steps either side of which then lead down to the swim platform. Functionality and ease of movement for the crew was also an important part of the brief. The yacht’s tenders and toys are deployed from the sides of the hull, with the crew tender housed forward.
39m yacht on fire in front of Nice airport
If Only, a 39-meter Feadship, has caught fire earlier today around 14:00 in front of Nice's airport in France. All eleven guests and a reported crew of 4 are now safe according to Nice Matin.Rapidly dispatched to the yacht that was less than 5 nautical miles from the shore, local firefighters were able to put out the fire onboard.Built by Dutch-based Feadship in 1974 as Wallanka, the yacht was later renamed to If Only. The 39-meter yacht had a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.Built by Dutch-based Feadship in 1974 as Wallanka, the yacht was later renamed to If Only. The 39-meter yacht had a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.