M/Y RIO, the latest superyacht by CRN, has left the Ancona-based yard and has been successfully delivered to her owner. At 62 metres long, this steel and aluminium yacht was designed and built by CRN in close collaboration with design and architecture studio Omega Architects, who created the exterior concept, and designers Pulina Exclusive Interiors for the interior styling.
The exterior hull lines are taut and flowing, the bow is near-vertical to reflect the dynamic, sporty personality of the craft and the harmony between the interior and exterior spaces is balanced.
RIO is spread over four decks, the upper one of which is entirely dedicated to the owner. It is in fact here that the master cabin is located. The guests, on the other hand, can benefit from five cabins, two of which are VIP. One is located on the main deck in the bow, while the other is on the lower deck, where there are the other three cabins, in the stern.
The latest addition to the CRN range stands out for the distribution and quality of the spaces, with large and luminous indoor and outdoor living areas. The generous full-height windows on the main and owner decks guarantee constant direct contact with the sea.
CRN M/Y RIO will be unveiled in her world premiere at the prestigious Monaco Yacht Show next September. She will be cruising in the Mediterranean this summer and form October onwards in the Caribbean.