The Navetta 43 Lady Genyr, a 43-metre superyacht launched by CRN in April, has been delivered to her owner. After her launch, Lady Genyr remained in the shipyard while the interior was finished. The yacht is now embarking on a summer of cruising with her owner, while the CRN yard is celebrating its 50th year of building superyachts.
Lady Genyr is the eighth yacht of the successful Navetta 43 line that started with Emerald Star in 2007. The exterior and layout of the displacement-hulled composite yacht is by Studio Zuccon International Project, while CRN Naval Engineering is responsible for the naval architecture, and CRN’s internal design department produced the interior to meet the owner’s requirements.
The yacht has space for ten guests and nine crew, and boasts a top speed of 15.5 knots. Among its special features is the internal lift linking the decks, specified by the owner. Her crew is shown above.