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Posted by Jacques | 11/30/2008 @ 15:20 | Reply
CRN's update :
- launch of Rubeccan (3rd Navetta 43) :
- launch of Lady Belmor (5th CRN 128) :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 09/06/2008 @ 12:05 | Reply
No doubt about that, she's supposed to be the successor of another yacht with a lot of enclosed decks...
Posted by Mark | 09/06/2008 @ 12:00 | Reply
One thinks perhaps for a Middle Eastern owner - given the almost non-existant open deck space.
Posted by Reef | 09/05/2008 @ 09:25 | Reply

And later...
Posted by Reef | 09/05/2008 @ 09:20 | Reply

After the launch...
Posted by Reef | 09/05/2008 @ 09:15 | Reply

Here are the pictures of MS.
Posted by Reef | 09/01/2008 @ 09:05 | Reply
On 30 August 2008, I was in Ancona for the launch of the new CRN 60m (hull 123), named MS. At first impression it seems that the yacht has no name, but there is only a logo in the back with the name. Some pictures soon.
Posted by Yachtspotter | 08/22/2008 @ 11:35 | Reply
A new name on a CRN128 has been spotted, this name is Sanoo. Any information is welcome, thanks!
Posted by Albert | 05/10/2008 @ 18:00 | Reply
CRN launched the 3rd hull of the Ability series. Her name is Romance. The yacht has 2.5 extra meters for a LOA of 56.5 meters. Some words of the shipyard about the ceremony :
Posted by Albert | 04/11/2008 @ 18:00 | Reply
Some words about Maraya :
Posted by Albert | 04/04/2008 @ 14:00 | Reply
CRN launched the 2nd 43m one week ago. Her name is Hana :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 03/13/2008 @ 18:00 | Reply

First public appearance for Maraya, the sister of Ability. She's currently at the MIPIM, the 2nd largest meeting in Cannes, after the famous Film Festival.
Posted by Reef | 09/11/2007 @ 18:50 | Reply

Here is a picture of Maraya.
Posted by Reef | 09/10/2007 @ 22:30 | Reply
I was in Ancona the day 9 september for the christening of the CRN 54m Maraya. Usual lines, nothing new to say, I didn't see anything really new in the line. I heard the chief of CRN that said they have contracts for other yachts till 72m and they have just taken a contract for a 75m.
Posted by Johan | 06/21/2007 @ 23:00 | Reply
The stern of Emerald Star looks like a mini version of Lady Moura, while she has hints of Princess Mariana (the lower deck windows, they are too large to be called portholes) and of Pelorus (the rounded bridge wing). Anyone who can find other yachts in her?
Posted by Yachtspotter | 06/21/2007 @ 12:30 | Reply

Here is a picture of Emerald Star, picture taken few minutes after her launch. I thank the spotter who took this photo for sharing it with us. On this aft view you can see the "bathing platform" deck, linked to a gymnasium, a common point with the last steel hulls also built by the yard. I have also the feeling that the mast is slightly slided forward in comparison to the original design, to accommodate a helipad on the upper aft deck.
Posted by Marian | 05/25/2007 @ 10:00 | Reply
Some pix here :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 05/24/2007 @ 17:00 | Reply
The first 43-metre hull was launched one week ago. Her name is Emerald Star :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 01/12/2007 @ 11:45 | Reply
CRN announces new contracts :
- a new custom 59 metres, delivery in 2009
- a 5th hull for the Navetta 43

Already under construction are the following hulls :
- hull 121, 54 metres, a sister of Ability named Rasha
- hull 122, 57 metres, an extended version of Ability
- hull 123, 60 metres, a sister of GiVi
- hull 124, 72 metres, named Clarena II
Posted by Marian | 07/12/2006 @ 20:50 | Reply
More here, with another pic :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 07/12/2006 @ 10:40 | Reply

According to him : "the event began at 6.00 pm at the CRN shipyard and was opened to the public. The owner was not present, but Norberto Ferretti said that the owner is a "great friend" and took part with him to the offshore World championship some years ago."
Posted by Yachtspotter | 07/12/2006 @ 10:30 | Reply

An Italian spotter was at the launch of GiVi. Here are a couple of pictures of the event.
Posted by Yachtspotter | 07/07/2006 @ 13:30 | Reply
GiVi will be launched tomorrow afternoon :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 07/04/2006 @ 13:15 | Reply
Indeed! She could be for an owner from the Middle East, their yachts have often more crew members. She will be the sister of GiVi which has 12 guests and a crew of 20.
Posted by Johan | 07/04/2006 @ 13:00 | Reply
Take a look at the layout of the 60 metre project named "123" as well. She will have accommodation for no less than 18 guests and 38 crew!
Posted by Merijn | 07/03/2006 @ 17:45 | Reply
The second 54m CRN will be called Rasha and the 72m will be Clarena II.
Specs & layout :
Posted by Marian | 06/14/2006 @ 11:40 | Reply
CRN will display entire range at Monaco Yacht Show :
Posted by Marian | 04/20/2006 @ 13:30 | Reply
Words about GiVi's sister :
Posted by Marian | 04/20/2006 @ 11:40 | Reply
The yacht was, throughout the build, going to be called Anne Marie. At the last minute, the owner changed his mind and had her christened Sweet Anne Marie!
Posted by Merijn | 04/18/2006 @ 23:00 | Reply
Strange, this link says Sweet Anne Marie :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 04/18/2006 @ 18:35 | Reply
According to CRN, she's named Anne Marie... So !? Link :
Posted by Merijn | 04/18/2006 @ 18:30 | Reply
The third CRN Custom Line 128 was launched recently and she is called Sweet Anne Marie.
Also the first interior photos of Ability :
Posted by Marian | 01/12/2006 @ 15:35 | Reply
Ability picture :
Posted by Marian | 01/11/2006 @ 12:30 | Reply
Ability has been launched :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 04/01/2005 @ 10:20 | Reply
The sister of Clarena (ex. Koolust Mare) will be launched the 16th April. Her name will be Saramour.
Posted by Merijn | 02/15/2005 @ 11:45 | Reply
Interesting link as I also see that The Pearl is on the list. As this list is up to date I assume she is still somewhere (again) under refit in Dubai. Any news of here from Dubai? Link :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 09/16/2004 @ 10:30 | Reply
New official website for the shipyard : It's interesting with a good gallery of the historical fleet. Note that Cedar Sea II is removed from it. And there are also pictures of the yachts under construction.
Posted by Christo303 | 03/26/2004 @ 15:30 | Reply
Cedar Sea indeed had a big refit at CRN where her stern was modified and the sundeck was added above the glass dome of the piano bar. I wonder if her owner was very satisfied with the result because very soon after he took her to L?rssen where she received a new refit.

Her interior is indeed of the most extraordinary kind as I never saw on any other yacht. It?s something out of the oriental tales from 1001 nights... The interior is filled with gold, marble, onyx, silver, ivory, jade, statues, paintings, murals, painted ceilings, ceilings in coloured glass... If you happen to find a copy of the Superyachts Volume III, you can take a look at her interior. Extraordinary!
Posted by Yachtspotter | 03/25/2004 @ 15:00 | Reply
No you're right, Cedar Sea II was built by Feadship in 1986. But the yacht had a lot of refits, including a large one with the modification of the stern (with addition of a bathing-platform) and the sundeck. So it is probable that this refit took place in this shipyard. But the year 1973 is a mystery... The pictures of the interior are the good one : Cedar Sea II has a so particular decoration.
Posted by Merijn | 03/24/2004 @ 10:30 | Reply
On the website of CRN are some pictures of Cedar Sea II. If I understood it correct they say, that they have build Cedar Sea II in 1973, but she was build at Van Lent in 1986. Does anybody know why she is on the website of CRN and are the pictures of the interior from Cedar Sea II?
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