CRN presents francesco paszkowski design 72 & 80m superyacht concepts
images courtesy of CRN and francesco paszkowski design

 

 

 

specialists in the construction of fully steel and aluminum vessels, CRN megayachts presents the ’72 & 80m M/Y’ superyacht concepts created by the italian studio, francesco paszkowski design. sourcing influence and continuing the family characteristics of the 61m M/Y saramour – the first built collaboration between the boat manufacturer and studio – the projects both explore the relationship between passengers and the surrounding elements; air and water.

 

francesco paszkowski said: ‘saramour was our first opportunity to cooperate with a prestigious shipyard like CRN and was a drive for us to jointly develop new, innovative ideas. these two projects are a natural evolution of the stylistic features of their 61m predecessor and the result of a deep analysis and an extensive research aimed at finding the perfect balance between outdoor and interior spaces.’

 


the 61m M/Y sarmour offers additional visual cues of the two new concepts
video courtesy of CRN megayachts

 

 

 

the 12.50m wide ’72m M/Y’ is a completely-custom steel and aluminum ship, that consists of over six decks, five VIP cabins and an owner’s apartment featuring a terrace and private swimming pool. this is similar to the 13.50m broad ’80m M/Y’ yacht, that also includes a business area, gym and massage room for the purchaser’s upper deck residence, and has three outdoor swimming pools and even a tropical garden beach club.

 

‘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.’ said lamberto tacoli, chairman and CEO at CRN, ‘together with francesco we therefore want to widen CRN’s offer in terms of design, with projects that will turn into timeless superyachts characterized by huge interior volumes, which will be immediately recognizable across the globe.’