CRN has signed its first contract for the 50-metre Superconero

CRN's signs first Superconero contract

Which pool to choice? The Superconero has plenty of outside spaces

The steel-and-aluminum displacement Superconero has been designed by Zuccon International Project. Naval architecture is by CRN’s engineering department. There’s accommodation for ten guests, in four VIPs and an owner’s suite, and the early renderings reveal a clean and contemporary exterior stying.

Floor-to-ceiling windows and folding terraces in the main deck salon open up the guest areas, while below there is a drive-in tender garage that converts to a pool (the garage can take a waterjet-powered tender up to six metres). Guests also benefit from an aft deck pool, while the sundeck boasts a hot-tub forward of the shaded area.

CRN's signs first Superconero contract

Looking down past the main deck pool to the beach club aft

The owner’s cabin is forward on the main deck, while there are four guest suites on the lower deck – two twins and two doubles. There is outside dining on three decks, and a formal dining table inside.

CRN's signs first Superconero contract

Big windows really open up the main salon

The Superconero will be built in parallel with other yachts currently under construction: the 55-metre Atlante, which was recently launched and is being completed before her appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show in September, the 46-metre Eight (the yard’s first refit), the 74-metre CRN 131, and the 77-metre CRN 135.