CRN has introduced two new superyacht concepts from the board of Francesco Paszkowski, a 72-metre and an 80-metre. The concepts build on the success of the Paszkowski-designed 61-metre Saramour, which was launched last year.
The steel-and-aluminium 72-metre (below) includes five VIP cabins and an “owner’s apartment” that is either built over two levels, or has a terrace and private swimming pool. There is also an entertainment area on the upper deck, and a gym, sauna and massage room for guests.
The 80-metre (below) also has that owner’s apartment, this time with a business area, gym, and massage room. Outside there are three outdoor swimming pools, as well as an extensive beach club that can be configured in several possible versions, including one with a tropical garden (bottom).
With an extensive use of windows and see-through balconies aboard the yachts, the yard says the designs are aimed at eliminating any barriers between the yacht, the water, the air and nature. “Saramour was our first opportunity to co-operate with a prestigious shipyard like CRN and was a drive for us to jointly develop innovative ideas. These two projects are a natural evolution of the stylistic features of their 61-metre predecessor and the result of a deep analysis and an extensive research aimed at finding the perfect balance between outdoor and interior spaces,” saysFrancesco Paszkowski.
“We are currently working on many new projects. With these two by Francesco Paszkowski, in particular, CRN is aiming to prove once more its flexibility and constant focus on aesthetic, functional, and technical innovation,” says CRN chairman and CEO Lamberto Tacoli. “Together with Francesco, we want to widen CRN’s offer in terms of design, with projects that will turn into timeless superyachts characterised by huge interior volumes, which will be immediately recognisable across the globe.