Pearl Yachts To Showcase Both Flagship And Best Seller At Cannes Yachting Festival 2022

Pearl Yachts is preparing the most exciting models for the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022. The bestselling Pearl 62 and the flagship Pearl 95 will entice guests to visit the all-British brand and enjoy the industry’s landmark event in the presence of good company and unique yachts.

Pearl is pleased to announce the yard’s participation in the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival from the 6th to the 11th of September. The Pearl 62 is returning to Cannes after a successful debut at the show last year, this time accompanied by her big sister, the flagship Pearl 95, offering guests an A-to-Z image of how exterior designer Bill Dixon and interior designer Kelly Hoppen CBE are a perfect match for the brand, flawlessly adapting their world-famous British styling across the range. The result is a testament to atelier shipbuilding, where each model is recognized as a member of the Pearl family while retaining an identifying personal sparkle.

Compact, Complete, and Competitive

Measuring 18.6m, the Pearl 62 is the only yacht in the size-class to offer accommodations for eight guests across four cabins, including a full beam owner’s suite with a private entrance, plus the owner’s choice of a crew cabin or jet ski garage. Other highlights include an aft galley open to the cockpit, a vast flybridge, a foredeck lounge, and the benefits of Volvo IPS pod drive propulsion, including joystick control.

Smart at Scale

The flagship Pearl 95 boasts a full beam owner’s cabin on the main deck, as well as an expansive beach club with fold-down buttresses. She has proven to be an award-winning combination of performance, style and quality, taking the title of ‘Best Layout’ at the World Yachts Trophies. The Pearl 95 went on to receive further recognition with the awards of ‘Best Interior Design – Power Yachts’ and ‘Best Main Saloon’ at the International Yacht and Aviation Awards.

British Design, Inside and Out

Award-winning naval architect Bill Dixon is behind the innovation and superb seakeeping that characterise Pearl Yachts, penning smart lines to sharpen each model’s streamlined exterior. And for the interiors, no other yacht builder works with the world-renowned designer Kelly Hoppen CBE. Her ever-evolving style, defined by a subtle fusion of clean lines and neutral tones, intuitively balanced with an opulent warmth, has been honoured with numerous prestigious awards. Every Pearl is a canvas, upon which Kelly’s unmistakable design philosophy takes shape into a unique and surprising yet coordinated interior.

Looking ahead to 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival, Pearl Yachts Managing Director, Iain Smallridge said, “As we prepare to set a course for the French Riviera, we reflect on all the accomplishments of this busy year. And so, it’s with great pride that we will participate in the industry’s headline event with two of our treasures: the bestselling Pearl 62 and the flagship Pearl 95. Guests are guaranteed a good time and should expect to see something absolutely unique in the market.”

Lomac at the Cannes Yachting Festival with five boats in the water

Lomac takes five boats to Cannes, including the new entry in the 2023 range, GranTurismo 10.5, which features a new high-performance hull and is powered by two 300 hp Yamaha outboards

The Milan-based yard led by the Lo Manto family returns to the Cannes Yachting Festival – the must-attend event for the global boating industry held on the Croisette from September 6 to 11 – with five iconic models in the range: Adrenalina 10.5 powered by two 300 hp Mercury engines, GrandTurismo 11.0 by two 300 hp Yamaha outboards, GranTurismo 12.0 by three Yamaha outboard engines rated 300 hp, GranTurismo 12.5 by three 300 hp Mercury units and 2023 newcomer, GranTurismo 10.5.

This last model, which joins Lomac’s top-of-the-range family of boats, will have a brand new high-performance hull with a deep-V running from bow to stern, resulting in a smoother ride in rough seas and better performance in terms of speed and reduced fuel consumption, even at low and medium speeds. The unit presented at the French boat show will be fitted with two powerful Yamaha V6 outboard engines, each rated 300 horsepower.

The high-end GranTurismo models are designed to deliver the ideal combination of design, comfort and performance, targeting customers who are looking for sporty performance but aren’t prepared to sacrifice comfort, liveability and safety, or settle for anything less than an aggressive, streamlined design. Attention to detail is another plus point for these maxi-RIBs, which offer a huge range of materials and customization options and are also in great demand as luxury tenders.

Alongside the four GranTurismo models will be the flagship of the Milan-based yard’s sport range, the Adrenalina 10.5. Outstanding performance, control and sea-keeping join forces with a uniquely appealing design. Speed and safety are guaranteed by uncompromising construction quality: vacuum infusion lamination, neopentyl gelcoat, aramid fiber reinforcements and hull optimisation based on CFD studies. The Adrenaline line is perfect for a group of friends or one or more couples, but also for a dynamic family who enjoy the thrill of speed but take safety very seriously.

The Lomac range awaits you at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022, stand

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The company that builds cutting-edge inflatable boats for world markets began life in the early 1960s in Milan. Today it is led by Paolo and Fabrizio Lo Manto, the third generation of the family, with an offering of seven different series and a total of 58 models that bring together advanced technology and artisan craftsmanship. Lomac also produces and markets a huge range of original accessories to personalise boats, as well as maintenance products developed specifically for the brand’s models.

Top boat builders choose CMC Marine for their superyachts

CMC Marine electric stabilization and control systems – steering equipment, stabilizers, thrusters, trim control systems – continue to be chosen by leading players in the world yachting industry for their most sophisticated, hi-tech superyachts.

CMC Marine confirms its standing as a benchmark in yacht stabilization thanks to the confidence placed in the Tuscan company by many of the world’s leading shipyards, which continue to choose the brand’s innovative, electrically operated products for their megayachts.  It is no coincidence that several of the winners at the World Superyacht Awards 2022 and the Design & Innovation Awards 2022, the events organised by Boat International magazine to reward excellence in the luxury yacht industry, are fitted with systems designed by the company founded in 2005 by Alessandro Cappiello, CEO.

Benetti, which has been working with CMC Marine on a number of its most successful models, has installed Stabilis Electra LR90 fins on M/Y “Koju”, the Motopanfilo 37M that was the winner at the World Superyacht Awards 2022 in the “Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yachts, 35m to 39.9m” category and at the Design & Innovation Awards 2022 in the “Best New Series” and “Outstanding Exterior Design, Motor Yachts 24m to 39.9m” categories . A refined fibreglass and composite yacht with a timeless design inspired by navettas from the 1960s, Motopanfilo 37M has a top speed of between 16 and 18 knots and a range of 3,800 nautical miles at 10 knots.

Another protagonist at the latest World Superyacht Awards, winner of the best yacht award in the “Displacement Motor Yachts 499GT and below, 30m to 44.9m” category, is “Emocean”, an elegant 38-metre explorer built by Rosetti Superyachts. On this vessel with a range of 5,000 nautical miles and excellent seakeeping characteristics, the yard has decided to install the Long Range system in the Stabilis Electra line and Dualis line thrusters.

Mangusta Yachts too turned to CMC Marine for “Alisa”, the yard’s majestic 50-metre steel and aluminium yacht and winner at the WSA in the “Displacement Motor Yachts 499GT and below, 45m and above” category. “Alisa”, built at the Overmarine yard in Pisa, is fitted with the Stabilis Electra line HS160, Dualis line Thrusters and the Directa steering system.

But it is not only Italian shipyards that choose CMC Marine products. Sunseeker, an industry leading British brand and the recent winner of the “Innovation Award” at the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards for the spectacular X-TEND™ system available on the new Sunseeker 88 Yacht, 90 Ocean and 100 Yacht has chosen CMC’s electrical actuation stabilizer fins for these innovative yachts. 88 Yacht and 90 Ocean are equipped with the Stabilis Electra line HS60 while the 100 Yacht features the Waveless line STAB40.

The strengths that have driven CMC Marine’s expansion in Europe, Asia, the United States and Oceania, signing contracts with the world’s most demanding shipyards, are rooted in the excellent performance of its products, combined with a smaller footprint and lower energy consumption, and in the experience and know-how of the company’s engineers and personnel in the fields of naval engineering and fluid physics. In particular, as demonstrated by the variety of award-winning yachts fitted with CMC Marine systems, all the equipment in the Stabilis Electra range performs well on all types of hull, ensuring comfort on board both displacement and planing yachts.

More generally, the company that revolutionised the yacht stabilization industry with the introduction of the first electric stabilization systems has focused increasingly on research and development since its formation in 2005, as well as on its logistics capabilities and on a mentality geared to internationalisation and digitalisation.

Hotelandrest News Website: The cruise line connecting Abu Dhabi, Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, and Aqaba will enhance intra-Arab tourism, a popular Abu Dhabi based news website, stated that Abu Dhabi Ports Groups intention to operate the first cruise line that links the coastlines of Abu Dhabi, Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, and the Jordanian city, Aqaba, will enhance the intra-Arab tourism.

The news website asserted that the development plans for such a cruise line, which will be operated according to an agreement signed between Abu Dhabi Ports Groups and Egypt’s Red Sea Ports Authority, is an actual translation of the ambitious and long-awaited projects to enhance intra-Arab tourism.

According to the news website, the cruise line is expected to transport thousands of tourists from Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and other GCC cities across the Red Sea, especially with the extreme lack of direct flights to the cities situated along the Red Sea coastlines and the Jordanian Aqaba. This will also activate cruise ships, hotels, and resorts of Abu Dhabi, Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, and Aqaba all year long due to the affordability of such cruises and the amusement travelers experience while traveling across the sea. emphasized that the economic revenues will be huge as the cruise line will attract more tourists from Europe, Asia, and other Arab countries to travel across the Arabian Gulf to the Red Sea which is known for its rare coral reefs, mild weather, natural reserves, and luxurious resorts.

In addition, this line will be competing the European cruise lines across the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Atlantic, and others, which attract tourists from the Gulf and the Arab countries to different European-Mediterranean destinations.

According to the announced agreement, Abu Dhabi Ports Group will develop, operate, and manage a multipurpose terminal cruise ship in Safaga port in collaboration with the Egyptian Group for Multipurpose Terminals Company, the commercial division of the Egyptian Ministry of Transportation.

The news website stated that operating the cruise line that links the coastlines of Abu Dhabi, Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, and Aqaba, and conducting the necessary developments to enhance tourists’ experience, will create an unprecedented tourism activity and provide more work opportunities. It will also promote commercial and industrial activities across the Red Sea region.

Gulf Craft Highlights the UAE’s Top Adventure Yachting Destinations to Explore this Eid

Dubai is becoming increasingly recognized as one of the world’s rapidly emerging international yachting destinations, thanks to its world-class maritime facilities, its position as a global travel transit hub and its rich maritime heritage. For marine adventure enthusiasts interested in exploring the pristine waters of the Emirates, Gulf Craft, a leading boat and yacht manufacturer, has highlighted the UAE’s top yachting destinations to consider for a captivating sea experience with family and friends this Eid.

With major ports such as Dubai Harbour and Mina Rashid providing facilities to cater for boats and yachts of all sizes, the UAE has plenty to offer marine enthusiasts from all over the world; from traditional Arabic culture and world-class hospitality to incredible architecture, dining experiences and immaculate beaches.

Gulf Craft builds boats and yachts for a diverse array of pursuits and budgets, from fishing and day boats, sports cruisers and long-range adventure vessels, to ultra-luxurious superyachts. These five destinations are ideal exploring territories for the Oryx 379 – the perfect partner for an adventure on the Arabian Gulf with family or friends.

Sir Bani Yas Island, Abu Dhabi

The magnificent Sir Bani Yas Island is about 170 kilometres southwest of the UAE’s capital Abu Dhabi and is home to stunning wildlife, a range of family-friendly adventure activities and historical sites. Accessible only by boat, Sir Bani Yas Island is one of eight land masses making up the desert islands of Al Dhafra and is also the Middle East’s first and only dedicated cruise beach stopover destination.

The World Islands, Dubai

The World Islands, located around four kilometres from the coast of Dubai, are a collection of 300 man-made islands the shape of continents of world. Covering a total area of nine kilometres in length and six kilometeres in width, the islands are only accessible by marine or air transport.

Palm Jumeriah Island, Dubai

The Palm Jumeirah Island is one of the most famous man-made archipelagos in the world built in a shape of a palm tree., Stretching around five kilometeres into the Arabian Gulf, visitors can explore the inner beauty of the Palm lagoon, enjoy watersports experiences such as jet skiing and padel boarding, and dine at the many beachside eateries.

Shark Island, Khorfakkan

Shark Island, located off the coast of the Khorfakkan public beach, is a small rocky island and home to a magnificent underwater mystery for explorers who enjoy snorkeling, scuba diving and swimming. The beautiful rock formation along with its colorful underwater life makes it an attractive spot for yachting fans to discover the island.

Snoopy Island, Fujairah

Another beautiful island that combines water sports with an extraordinary view is Snoopy Island in Fujairah. The island is one of the country’s best kept secrets and attracts snorkelers and professional divers from all over the world.

The Oryx 379 is a technologically advanced 37ft 9in vessel with a 12ft beam and 2ft 3in draft with timeless styling and classic elegance offering exhilarating performance alongside value and comfort for the whole family looking to take their adventures onto the open water. To know more about the Oryx 379 visit:

Vertus Yachts is born: the future of boating is electric

  • The Galdi brothers introduce their entrepreneurial experience developing innovations to the nautical world, and Vertus Yachts is born.
  • Following extensive market analysis, Vertus Yachts offers a range of high-end daycruiser boats with electric propulsion based on the latest technology.
  • The first model will be 43 feet, made in Italy for launch on the American market, the most advanced in terms of energy infrastructure.
  • Valerio Rivellini, who has double experience in yacht design and naval engineering, will take care of the whole construction project in Italy.
  • The first model will be on the water in Fall 2022.

The world boating market has recently seen a steep increase in daycruiser and weekender boats between 24 and 50 feet in length. These are sporty, beautiful and easy-to-use boats, suitable for quick cruises, mostly powered by traditional thermal engines with limited proposals for the transition to electric. This market segment with be the focus for Vertus Yachts as the brand prepares to offer a range of premium daycruisers, equipped with fully electric propulsion systems tailor-made for each model.

The shipyard, following the entrepreneurial instincts of its founders Fabio and Alfonso Galdi, is launching a range of boats with efficiency and autonomy comparable to or greater than those of thermal propulsion yachts. The Vertus R&D team has already developed energy and propulsion systems that grant unique performance and features.

CEO of Vertus Yachts Fabio Galdi explains, “Our entrepreneurial experience developing innovative technologies, together with our passion for boating, positioned us to identify this undeveloped market niche in a thriving segment. So, we decided to reimagine one of the moment’s most popular products, equipped with the propulsion of the future. We would like to become the new benchmark for electric-powered boats, just as it happened in the automotive sector, where a single startup brand led the way for all the world’s manufacturers”.

Vertus Yachts will have its brain in the United States and its heart in Italy. The first electric boats are destined for Description: Immaginethe American market, where the necessary infrastructure is already in place, while the production will remain in Italy to preserve the highest standards of qualityDescription: Immagine. Valerio Rivellini, a yacht designer and naval engineer with several innovative projects in his portfolio, will manage the entire production cycle of the boat.

The market launch is expected in 2023 after the first model will touches water in the Fall of 2022.

Gulf Craft kicks off 40th anniversary celebrations at Dubai International Boat Show with world debuts and first details of a new superyacht

Gulf Craft is celebrating its legendary 40-year voyage from the UAEs pioneering boat builder to a leading global brand. At this year’s edition of Dubai International Boat Show, Gulf Craft is again present at the show with the largest fleet of boats and yachts ranging from 34 to 120 feet.

Kicking off its participation at the show Gulf Craft’s Chairman Mohamed Alshaali hosted a press conference to mark 4 decades of persistence, innovation and excellence. The conference was attended by His Excellency Saeed Hareb, Secretary General of Dubai Sports Council, in addition to representatives from Dubai World Trade Centre, media and VIP guests.

Gulf Craft Chairman, Mohammed Alshaali, said: “The Dubai International Boat Show is an event that celebrates the UAE’s fast-growing yachting sector but also pays tribute to our region’s rich maritime heritage. This year, we are highlighting the growth of our company as well as showcasing a series of new models all manufactured from our integrated facility in the UAE. The event is even more special this year as it coincides with our 40th anniversary. Over the past four decades, we have evolved from a regional boatbuilding pioneer to a global brand. We are honored to have contributed to the region’s yachting sector and will continue to build on our legacy to elevate the nation’s reputation as an outstanding yachting destination.”

Gulf Craft has ramped up its customer-first commitment with the recent opening of a new luxury hub in Dubai’s Port Rashid. The Gulf Craft Experience Centre brings the brand closer to its international clientele as it continues on a significant path of global expansion. In 2022 The company expects to see strengthened presence in the USA, Saudi Arabia and Australia.

Show highlights

Among the key highlights of Gulf Craft’s participation this year is the global unveiling of the Nomad 70 and Silvercat 40cc.

Nomad 70 is a show-stopper yacht that draws on the strengths, design elegance and performance of Gulf Craft’s Nomad 65 and 75 and will meet the requirements of a discerning clientele. The explorer yacht, built with fibre reinforced plastic, is 21.5 metres long (70’5”) and its lightweight material yields a draft of just 1.43m (4’7”). To host 10+2, the motor yacht has a displacement of 45 tons and hits top speed of 30 knots subject to the cleanliness of the hull and sea conditions. It is powered by a 1,200HP, 882kW, 2,300 RPM Twin MAN engine.

Silvercat 40cc follows the success of Silvercat 34cc and offers a bigger sized vessel that will delight catamaran lovers. At 12.2 metres (40 ft) and a draft of 0.43 metres, she has a displacement of only 7.9 tons and can accommodate 12 people on board. There are two options for power: two 400HP or four 300HP outboard engines. 

In another key highlight, Gulf Craft unveiled the design concept of its Majesty 111. The Majesty 111 is anything but an average superyacht and will set the design precedent for all future Majesty models, offering more than ever before in terms of its design, engineering, architecture and technical features.

Also making its show debut is the Majesty 120, a tri-deck superyacht packed with innovative features. At 37 metres, the Majesty 120 is constructed using advanced composites such as GRP and carbon fibre. The naval architecture and exterior design are the work of Gulf Craft’s in-house studio. Masterpieces from all of Gulf Craft’s brands – Majesty Yachts, Nomad Yachts, Oryx Sport Cruisers & Silvercraft Fishing boats – will also be on display.

Visit Gulf Craft’s pavilion at Stand #MD-35 to view the luxurious vessels and learn more about the technological advancements the brand has brought to the industry. Book an appointment with Gulf Craft’s experts for a private viewing session here:

Evo Yachts makes its first appearance at the Dubai International Boat Show 2022

Blu Emme Yachts brand Evo Yachts is making its debut at the Dubai International Boat Show this year and announces the partnership with dealer Evo Yachts Dubai.

At the Show, held this year from March 9 to 13, the brand will be exhibiting an exclusive Evo R4 unit with custom interiors commissioned by a Middle Eastern owner.

This will be the first time Blu Emme Yachts brand Evo Yachts has taken part in the Dubai International Boat Show, the biggest and most important event of its kind in the Middle East, thanks to the recent agreement with local dealer Evo Yachts Dubai. The new partnership confirms the brand’s growing reputation in the region and covers the distribution of the entire Evo range in Saudi Arabia, Oman and the United Arab Emirates.

In the water at the boat show, running from March 9 to 13 in Dubai Harbour, will be an Evo R4, the brand’s historic first model, with exterior styling and interior design by Valerio Rivellini. A fast 13-metre day cruiser with sleek, sculpted contours and two Volvo IPS 650 engines, Evo R4 has attracted huge interest since her launch, on account of the revolutionary “XTension” bulwarks that open out hydraulically in under 30 seconds to increase usable deck space by 40% and turn the cockpit into a 25-square-metre pieds dans l’eau terrace.

Taking a stand to the Dubai Boat Show is part of the brand’s diffusion strategy, based on new partnerships and the strengthening of long-standing commercial ties. Or as Blu Emme Yachts sales manager Maurizio Cozzani put it, “We want foreign owners to be able to buy and test drive our boats and receive the necessary assistance wherever they are. That is why we are approaching new partners and consolidating existing collaborations, such as the one with Probrava Group, our distributor in Spain and its islands and our partner for the upcoming Palma Boat Show”.

Evo Yachts will be at the Dubai International Boat Show from March 9 to 13, 2022, stand MD-55

Expo Dubai – Marche Land of excellence. Debut of the green catamaran by Wider: 92 feet of design and sustainability. At the event Vice President Carloni.

A new Widercat 92 pleasure catamaran in composite material with hybrid propulsion made its debut on the world stage of Expo Dubai this evening. 92 feet in length, it will join Wider’s semi-series production under the banner of design, sustainability and technology. Several variants of interior layout are planned.

At the event Marcello Maggi represented the compnay and Fabio Fraternale, CEO Wider, also the Vice President for Productive Activities Mirco Carloni.

“Our Region, as the thread of our presence in Dubai with the brand Land of excellence says, – underlined Carloni – is a land of excellence and the construction of luxury yachts has an history of more than 70 years, with shipyards, designers and a subcontracting chain recognized worldwide. The Marche Region identifies in this sector one of the main engines of growth and development of the territory and we are open to discussion with all local players. We are ready to support initiatives of innovation, internationalization and to promote events that enhance the supply chain and our territory. All our companies in the sector work at an international level with a DNA that I would define as Marche, of seriousness, quality and listening skills. The luxury yacht market is expanding rapidly and it is the task of the institutions, leaving entrepreneurial freedom to the various subjects, to accompany them towards a model of sustainable and innovative growth that increases local employment and is added value for the territory. It will also be our task to dialogue, within our institutional limits, with foreign investors who see in our territory an area of creation of new companies that are grafted onto a fabric highly dedicated to “know-how”.

Wider is the mother of productions deriving from technological research carried out on site and proposed to the global market and aimed at better living, while maintaining the levels of satisfaction related to energy efficiency and comfort in all its aspects.

Widercat 92 is a masterpiece made in Marche designed by Luca Dini Design and developed with Wider Style Center. It is 28 meters long and 12 meters wide. The propulsion system guarantees a navigation speed of 12 knots that, thanks to the electric boost, can reach up to

15 knots. The energy produced by 170 solar panels on board is stored in the batteries and used at night. The hulls are characterized by a glass surface from bow to stern. Below deck there are two very spacious VIP’s cabins with a unique feature: direct access to the “beach club” with two opening platforms. Also available is a third double cabin for guests with private bathroom.


Elegant simplicity and a total openness to the sea inside the new true-custom yacht

CRN releases further details about hull number 142, currently under construction at the Ancona yard.

This all-aluminium yacht has been designed by CRN in partnership with architecture and design studio Omega Architects, who conceived the taut, mellifluous external lines, and architects Massari Design, who created all the large outdoor guest areas and luminous interiors. The resulting bespoke design is built around the outdoor spaces, for a heightened sense of continuity and connectedness with the interiors.

The new full-custom yacht has a gross tonnage of 499 GT and is 52 metres long and 9 metres in the beam; she can host up to 10 guests across her 4 decks. Dynamic and sporty, this unique opus achieves a perfect harmony among the array of spaces. The palatial indoor and outdoor living areas are defined by satisfying symmetries and are linked up with care to create a visual and functional unity between indoor and outdoor zones.

CRN M/Y 142 reflects the character of a knowledgeable owner with a passion for the sea. He specifically wanted comfortable spaces in the open air, setting great store by the design of the social zones. The outdoor areas – like the 2 sizeable lounges with sunbathing area and spa pool, one on the sun deck and one on the main deck, and the ample al fresco dining area on the upper deck – are conceived as versatile convivial spaces to enjoy the open-air living to the full.

The interiors are extremely welcoming, revealing a contemporary lifestyle vision that mixes elegant simplicity and crispness of form. The comfort is enhanced by sophisticated details in an interplay of warm, natural colour combinations that blend to perfection with premier materials like marble, leather and solid wood.
The main deck accommodates a bright, elegant open space with an inviting saloon and lunch area. Here, the feeling of continuity between inside and out is underscored by large floor-to-ceiling glazing punctuated by mirrored surfaces that create a play of light and perspective for an immersive sensation of limitless space with spectacular ocean views.

The adjacent outdoor lounge is a great place for a relaxing chat gazing over the rectangular spa pool athwartships at the stern. Towards the bow, the owner suite with private study is a haven of intimacy bathed in light from the full-length windows.

The spaces exude a fluid flexibility on the upper deck too: the panoramic lounge can be used as a social area or converted into a fully equipped cinema complete with giant screen. The room opens right up to the outside with sliding glass doors into the al fresco dining zone. This can be enjoyed at any time of day, courtesy of the elegant glass panelling integrated into the superstructure to keep off the wind.

A triumphant addition to the sleek, sporty profile of this 52-metre yacht, the sun deck is a multipurpose space equally suited to evening entertaining and sunbathing by day. The deck’s centrepiece, a spectacular horseshoe-shaped lounge bar, separates the dining area with its generous sun terrace from the solarium and circular hydromassage pool at the tip of the bow.

The beach club on the lower deck provides an exceptionally spacious multifunctional leisure zone. This superb terrace extending right on to the water allows guests to dive right in or enjoy watersports with the wide selection of toys. The space integrates with an open-air living area featuring a relaxation zone with TV and bar looking on to the wellness area, an oasis of peace with a refreshing and stimulating hammam and shower experience.

Set to launch in spring 2022, CRN M/Y 142 is a masterpiece of nautical art that marries the finest Italian craftsmanship and savoir-faire with in-depth design and construction know-how.