All yachts

Light Holic
Motor yacht
Featured
€ 36,000,000
CRN | 60 m | 2011
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
Bunker
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
€ 9,900,000
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
Lady Ellen II
Motor yacht
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
$ 6,450,000
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
Sofico
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.6 m | 2009
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
Oceane II
Motor yacht
€ 1,250,000
CRN | 28.6 m | 1976
Leocrie II
Motor yacht
CRN | 39.6 m | 1976
Monaco
Motor yacht
CRN | 39 m | 1977
Latona
Motor yacht
CRN | 50 m | 2018
Happy Days
Motor yacht
€ 7,500,000
CRN | 34.16 m | 2013

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
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
Hana
Motor yacht
€ 9,900,000
CRN | 43 m | 2008
Nordic Star
Motor yacht
$ 6,450,000
CRN | 37 m | 1978
Oceane II
Motor yacht
€ 1,250,000
CRN | 28.6 m | 1976
Happy Days
Motor yacht
€ 7,500,000
CRN | 34.16 m | 2013

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
€ 9,900,000
CRN | 43 m | 2008
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
Oceane II
Motor yacht
€ 1,250,000
CRN | 28.6 m | 1976

Latest News

90m Oceanco Project Shark launched
The 90-meter Oceanco superyacht, referred to as Project Y717 has now been launched by the Dutch shipyard according to the company. Her exterior lines were penned by Luiz DeBasto whilst her interior was drawn by Italian design studio, Nuvolari Lenard.Key features include a helipad, two elevators - one for guests and one for its crew of 31, a diving center, hammam and sauna. Stretching across a beam of 14.2 meters, Project Shark, as it is named in Oceanco's press release will now embark on sea trials.Another big project at Oceanco is the 109-metre Project Y718 (Project Bravo), a Nuvolari Lenard design that is planned to be delivered this year.
120-metre concept Rorqual
Rorqual is a 120-metre superyacht concept from Paris-based studio MUB Design. Designed in animalistic shapes, it is a “symbiosis between gigantism and slender curves”. Interior is a quintessence of classic and contemporary style; materials include walnut, marble, copper and brass and felted furniture. Key features include several Jacuzzis, a spa, gym, and a dance floor with DJ podium overlooking the beach club. Rorqual also has the ability to host a range of toys and tenders on board, including jet skis, a submarine and plenty of inflatables. She accommodates up to 14 guests on board as well as a crew of 30. Power comes from four 4,830hp MTU engines, providing her with a top speed of 21 knots.
How to charter a yacht in the Balearic Islands
Long revered by locals, the Balearic Islands are now starting to develop as a mainstream yacht charter destination. Bespoke Yacht Charter looks at the best way to plan a charter across the Spanish islands and what to look out for whilst in the Balearics.Located east from mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands are accessible via flights to Palma de Mallorca Airport on Mallorca, Menorca Airport just southwest of Mahón on Menorca or Ibiza Airport on Ibiza. Due to the proximity of the Balearics to mainland Spain, many yacht charter guests also opt to begin their yacht charter in Barcelona, Valencia or Denia. The Balearic Islands themselves include Mallorca (Majorca), Menorca (Minorca), Cabrera, Ibiza, Formentera and S’Espalmador, with the three most popular islands being Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca. The high season stretches from May to September with July and August being the busiest moments thanks to average temperatures of 27 to 30 degrees.Spring is a lovely time to visit the Balearics when the fiestas are starting and the weather is warm. Autumn still hovers around 18 to 25 degrees Celsius and you’ll find off-peak seasons still have mild and pleasant weather, making the Balearics an appealing yacht charter destination in any season.Alexander Coles, Charter Broker, Bespoke Yacht CharterThe Balearic Islands have been ruled by Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Moors, and Spaniards, all of whom have left their mark with impressive architecture, diverse cuisine and lasting traditions contributing to the unhurried culture. There are bustling coastal resorts as well as sleepy bohemian villages; you can find pumping nightclubs as well as quiet tapas bars. The clear turquoise waters are ideal for trying out your charter yacht’s water toys – spend a morning paddle boarding, go diving, or snorkel at a treasure chest of beautiful beaches and coves.The diversity on offer is excellent for all yacht charter guests – whether you prefer to lounge onboard your private yacht during the day and party at night, go shopping, head inland for outdoor activities such as hiking or indulge in a yoga retreat or spa day ashore. Menorca, located northeast of Mallorca is a quieter alternative to Mallorca or Ibiza. It is a fantastic island to begin your Balearics yacht charter, after which you can visit Mallorca then Ibiza. Mahón, also known as Maó, is the capital of Menorca and a port town with a leisurely pace – the ideal yacht charter base. We recommend Café Mirador with a terrace overlooking Mahón Port to enjoy a pomada (local gin and lemonade) or platter of sobrasada sausage before embarking on your private yacht charter.First stop for many yacht charters is Palma de Mallorca, known as Palma. Palma de Mallorca is the island version of Barcelona with funky wine bars, stunning architecture and great shopping. It is the perfect jumping off point for any yacht charter to explore the rest of Mallorca. Other towns to visit include Port d’Andratx, Sóller, Alcúdia, Deià or Valldemossa.Mallorca has over 300 beaches with diverse surroundings such as pine groves, coastal rocks or dunes. Renting a yacht to explore Mallorca is an excellent option to find the best deserted coves and beaches away from the crowds.Known as the ‘White Isle’, Ibiza is famous for its hedonistic nightlife however it is a fantastic yacht charter destination for relaxation too. Away from the busier southeast coastline, you can find quieter sandy beaches and white washed villages with idyllic settings.The west coast of Ibiza is sheltered from the prevailing winds from the east and from San Antonio to Es Vedra you’ll have a hard time picking a beach or cove more perfect than the next. Enjoy a romantic meal ashore at Ses Roques restaurant admiring the beautiful view over Cala Conta, anchor in picturesque Cala Porroig with fisherman’s huts fringing the tranquil cove or spend a leisurely afternoon on land at El Chiringuito at Playa Es Cavallet, a chic beachside restaurant with an excellent wine list, mouth-watering cocktails and superb food.Ibiza’s sister island is just half an hour south by boat and the perks of having your own private yacht charter means you don’t have to abide by the ferry timetables back to Ibiza. With no airport servicing Formentera, there’s generally less crowds and the island exudes a chilled-out vibe with plenty of opportunities to relax on your luxury yacht charter and decompress from daily life once the day trippers leave Es Pujols and return to Ibiza.Known for its amazing azure waters, there’s no shortage of breath-taking beaches on Formentera including Playa Migjorn in the south and Cala Saona on the west coast of the island. Playa de Ses Illetes will make you think you’re in the Caribbean with fine white sand and transparent turquoise water. Popular with visiting charter yachts and A-listers it is a fantastic place to relax for a few hours, though best visited outside of peak summer when the crowds are busiest.Regardless of your itinerary when arriving to the Balearics, booking early is key in Spain as few yachts are in the region during peak months, leading to last minute requests, often finding no suitable yachts in the region.Sponsored by Bespoke Yacht CharterT. +44 20 7368 3328E. info@bespokeyachtcharter.com
New 70-metre trimaran superyacht concept
Wind Motion 70T is a 70-metre trimaran concept by French-based yacht designer Mathis Ruhl. New rigs, developed by a designers are capturing and transforming wind energy into an efficient propulsive force.Named the RTW ², Ruhl explains: “We previously developed the MRTW rig as a wind propulsor suited for larger vessels. With the RTW ² rig, we took the concept even further, breeding it with the articulated two elements thick wing concept. A larger wing mast section and foldable articulated thick sail reduces the compression load in the mast, and unties the two spars in a central pivot. The result is higher aerodynamic efficiency, a lighter structure, and lower required deck space.”
50-metre Project Ayla launched and named White
Dutch yard Heesen has announced that 49.8 metre superyacht previously known under codename Project Ayla is launched and christened White at its Oss shipyard on 8th of February. White was originally built on speculation, but has been bought one year into construction in October, 2017.White is from Heesen's 5000 Aluminium series class, with a gross tonnage below 500GT - the limit which is currently continuing to influence yacht design, comes with exterior styling from repetitive Heesen Yachts collaborator Frank Laupman and his Omega Architects studio, and the yard describes the look as “an emblem of sporty elegance”. The superyacht sundeck is measuring 70 square metres and has been fitted out with decorative fabrics from Hermes. The other highlights on the upper deck are the spa pool, surrounded by sunpads, and the full-service bar area. The fast and comfortable hull was created by the yard’s in-house naval architects.Interior design comes from Italian designer Cristiano Gatto, who worked in deep contact with the owners to customise the yacht : interior in glossy ebony and Canaletto walnut was inspired by the work of New Deco designer Jean-Michel Frank and has been extensively fitted tothe owner's tastes. Key pieces include an ebony, leather and stainless steel coffee table with a hidden ice bucket beneath, and custom-designed Loro Piana upholstery with bookcases built into the armrests. The accommodation up to 12 guests in 6 cabins, including a main deck owner’s cabin, full-beam VIP below decks, 2 double staterooms and 2 twin cabins, all with their own private en-suite bathrooms.Power comes from twin MTU 16V4000 engines, reaching top speed of 23 knots and 11 knots economic speed with range of 3,200 nautical miles.White's sea trials procedure will be held at the North Sea. Delivery is scheduled on April, 2018.Another superyacht project at the Dutch yard is the recently sold 60 metre Project Falcon.