All yachts

Light Holic
Motor yacht
Featured
€ 36,000,000
CRN | 60 m | 2011
Sofico
Motor yacht
Featured
€ 10,900,000
CRN | 42.6 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
Emotion
Motor yacht
CRN | 42.6 m | 2007
Givi
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
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 | 2010
Yalla
Motor yacht
CRN | 73 m | 2014
Libertas
Motor yacht
$ 7,500,000
CRN | 39.6 m | 2009
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
Eight
Motor yacht
CRN | 46 m | 2005
Agatha
Motor yacht
CRN | 39.6 m | 2006

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
€ 10,900,000
CRN | 42.6 m | 2009
DR No No
Motor yacht
€ 13,950,000
CRN | 49.75 m | 1998
Nordic Star
Motor yacht
$ 6,950,000
CRN | 37 m | 1978
Libertas
Motor yacht
$ 7,500,000
CRN | 39.6 m | 2009

Yachts for charter

Azzurra II
Motor yacht
CRN | 47.9 m | 1988
Hana
Motor yacht
CRN | 43 m | 2008
Kanaloa
Motor yacht
CRN | 48.2 m | 1996
Katharine
Motor yacht
CRN | 61.3 m | 2000
Ramble On Rose
Motor yacht
CRN | 60 m | 2010

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Tankoa launches first S501 yacht Vertige
Tankoa Yachts has launched 50m superyacht Vertige, known as S501, at its facility in Genoa. The project, sold in February 2015 to an experienced French client, is expected to be delivered in April. Francesco Paszkowski was responsible for the concept, exterior design, as well as for the interior design in collaboration with Margherita Casprini. Despite the impressive background and success track records of the entire Tankoa management, we are extremely proud that the client, his surveyor and broker, Daniel Bussani from Aquila Yachting, decided Tankoa was the most suitable shipyard to built his new yacht after investigating a number of European buildersTankoa's CEO, Euro ContentiS501 hull number one is a six cabin yacht including main deck full beam owner's suite and vip suite, 2 vip and 2 guest cabins on the lower deck, gym, home cinema, a 7 meter tender garage among other amenities as well as floor to ceiling windows and hydraulic balconies in the owner's suite and on the aft deck.The superyacht is entirely built in aluminium light alloy 5083. Performance wise S501 M/Y Vertige in its full displacement version is offering a range of 5,000 Nautical Miles at 12 knots and 16 knots top speed. Under 500 GRT mark Vertige offers such alluring amenities as a beach club/gym in the transom, upper deck TV saloon with bar, floor to ceiling windows in the main saloon with cut down bulwarks allowing to enjoy the view, upper outdoor deck with dining table for 16 guests and wrap-around sofa for up to 20 people with a foldable TV screen.In December 2016, Tankoa Yachts has joined forces with Francesco Paszkowski to create what would be its fastest yacht to date. 58m Open concept will reach a maximum speed of 30 knots.
Kismet spotted in Miami
Last week 95.2m superyacht Kismet has been seen in Miami. She was built in 2014 by Lurssen and is owned by Shadid Khan, Pakistani-American billionaire and business tycoon, who is also the owner of the Fulham FC and Jacksonville Jaguars. The yacht's interior has been designed by Reymond Langton Design and her exterior styling is by Espen Oeino. Kismet is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 8 staterooms, including a master suite. She is also capable of carrying up to 28 crew onboard. The superyacht's luxury amenities include a large swimming pool and Jacuzzi area, movie theatre, spa, an outdoor fireplace and winter garden deck space. As for the performance, Kismet is capable of reaching a top speed of 17 knots and cruising at 14 knots. She also features at anchor stabilizers which work at zero speed, increasing onboard comfort at anchor and on rough waters. Kismet is available for charter through Moran Yacht & Ship for a €1.2 million p/w. In December 2016, Kismet has been spotted in Jacksonville, Florida. Marinetraffic.com data shows that now the superyacht is en route to Barcelona.Photos by Ron Raffety
Fincantieri and Ferretti announce strategic partnership
Fincantieri and Ferretti Group announced that they have reached a cooperation agreement with the goal of developing commercial and industrial synergies between the two Italian companies. The partnership was announced during the IDEX-NAVDEX in Abu Dhabi, one of the global exhibitions dedicated to the defense and security sector. Both civil and military, international and national sectors will be part of the partnership.The agreement relates to the security and defense sector and to the recreational yachting industry. Fincantieri, the world’s largest shipbuilding group, and Ferretti Group, one of the most recognized yachting companies, share a particularly interconnected market view, especially after the foundation of FSD, Ferretti Group’s division dedicated to security and defense. We are very pleased to work together with Ferretti Group because Fincantieri, even though it is continuing – with great effort - its internationalization path, does not forget its Italian roots and is keen to network into a system with all the Italian companies that believe to be able to grow together and contribute to their international expansion . In fact, we strongly believe that this agreement – and its future activities - will have significant effects on Italy’s economy demonstrating, once again, that the entire “country system” must be the driver for Italy’s future growth Giuseppe Bono, CEO of FincantieriFerretti is a rapidly evolving and growing Group: the collaboration agreement with a global leader such as Fincantieri represents a recognition and confirmation of our strategy both in the recreational yachting industry and in the security and defense sector where Ferretti Group entered with its new division, FSD. We are certain that we will be able to develop important synergies that will bring benefits not only to both organizations, but especially to the customers, which are particularly keen on product innovation, reliability of supply and ever more demanding to receive outstanding service level. Three factors that have become the priority of our strategies and associate us with the vision of Fincantieri’s leadershipAlberto Galassi, Ferretti Group’s CEO
Feadship wraps a photoshoot of Vanish in the Virgin Islands
Feadship has shared the picture of its 66.25m superyacht Vanish during her photoshoot in the Virgin Islands.Photo by René MarkusStyled by Eidsgaard Design, she is another superyacht which the Dutch yard has made in collaboration with the London-based studio following such projects as Tango and Halo. One of her highlights includes the large free-standing staircase that is flanked by a glass wall in the full-height atrium. Vanish also boasts two touch and go helipads and an outdoor cinema. On the main deck, the full beam owner's suite includes his and her bathrooms, a separate lounge and a unique balcony, that extends out from under the starboard companionway to sit flush with the floor level. There is also a large VIP suite on the main deck, which can be converted into two separate cabins if required. Four additional guest suites can be found on the lower deck, while the crew area can accommodate 17 people.Performance wise, Vanish can reach a maximum speed of 17.5 knots and cruise at 12 knots.More photos coming soon.
Sailing Yacht A released by Gibraltar courts
The 142.8m S/Y A, largest private sailing yacht in the world, had been arrested in Gibraltar following a €15,3 million claim filled by Nobiskrug, the shipyard it was built at, late last week. According to our sources the judge approved the order to release the yacht and it will leave Gibraltar soon.This unfortunate incident concerning Sailing Yacht A is now resolved. The yacht will now be handed over to the owner’s project team and will leave Gibraltar shortlySpokesman for the ownerOn February 5th, the sailing yacht left Kiel to undergo further fit out works and sea trials in Spain, and arrived in Gibraltar a few days ago. The vessel is scheduled to be handed over to Mr Melnichenko in late Spring 2017.However, lawyers acting for Nobiskrug have filed a claim against the yacht for a breach of contract. The claim indicated that the final €9,8 million installment was not paid by Valla Yachts Limited, the company that owns S/Y A, despite its January 27th deadline stated in the shipbuilding contract according to their lawyers. This sum is however now in arbitration.A further €2,6 million and €2,9 million were being claimed and are currently disputed costs also under arbitration. Nobiskrug's total allegations therefore amounted to near €15,3 million plus interest. Two days ago S/Y A was moored in the Bay of Gibraltar under the custody of admiralty marshals.With masts taller than Big Ben at nearly 100 meters in height, S/Y A had managed to provide a top speed of 20 knots without using her sails during her first sea trials. The yacht is projected to have a cruising speed of 16 knots powered by twin MTU engines of 4,827hp each which will give her a transatlantic range of 5,320 nautical miles.S/Y A also boasts a digital control system that has a touch sensitive sheet of black glass, allowing the crew to raise and lower sails and the anchor with a simple swipe according to the Daily Mail. Amongst the yacht's key features is also an underwater observation pod and a large swimming pool with a retractable roof located towards the bow of the yacht.Philippe Starck, who had also worked on M/Y A, is responsible for the design, whilst the rig and keel were done by Dutch-based Dykstra Naval Architects, with the masts constructed by British firm Magma Structures and the sails by Doyle Sails in the United States. The yacht boasts eight decks and her keel incorporates one of the largest single pieces of curved glass ever made at 193 square feet and weighs a whopping 1.8 tons. S/Y A is expected to be operated by a crew of 54.When the project for S/Y A was first announced in August 2015, she was first referred to as a sail-assisted motor yacht and can in fact reach up to 20 knots without using her sails as became known during her sea trials. Stretching across a beam of 24.8 meters at her widest point, she comes in at just 3,100GT less than Dilbar, the largest yacht in the world by interior volume.Photos by Nicolas Canepa