CRN’s new superyacht offers an original interpretation of the art of bespoke shipbuilding – With 50 metres of stylish functionality and elegance open-air spaces
Italian Atelier CRN’s mastery of shipbuilding reaches its utmost expression in the new 50-metre superyacht Latona. This elegant beauty will be presented as a world première at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018 at the end of September.
CRN’s latest masterpiece has been custom-built to meet the wishes of a highly selective and determined Owner. Drawing inspiration from the ‘Superconero’ of the 1960s, the Latona marks the success of a new joint project between CRN and Zuccon International Project.
Indeed, this new yacht’s technical solutions and the slender lines of the hull have been developed by CRN’s Engineering Department, while the craft’s exterior lines were penciled by design firm Zuccon International Project. Shipyard’s Interiors&Design Department also took care of both interiors and exteriors.
With her 50 metres in length, four decks and an underdeck, the Latona stands out for her classical, timeliness profile that further enhances the style and elegance of outdoor areas. The yacht’s interiors have a Liberty-style mood, a stylish fil rouge that unravels through all guest areas. The streamlined bow and the spacious interior and exterior volumes, in turn, also include some breathtaking areas almost ‘hanging’ over the sea, let the Latona shine in all her endless beauty.
This megayacht has been forged and built to meet her Owner’s request for the utmost customisation. In an effort to achieve pure uniqueness – a uniqueness that is also reflected by the colour chosen for the hull, a stylish shade of turquoise whose intensity varies depending on the sea bottom and the waters in which the yacht is cruising.
The Latona is a yacht endowed with a strong personality, capable of harmoniously combining the elegant style of her exterior lines with highly functional outdoor and indoor areas as well as interiors boasting a truly distinctive design. And it is just in the interiors that the skillful, refined craftsmanship of the Shipyard and its suppliers has reached its peak, thanks to a painstaking study of the Central European style from the 1920s.
This mood now pervades all interiors, starting from the floors, which are enriched by unique decorations chosen by the Owner, like the sinuous dark brown embroidery – a leitmotiv that is found across all decks. Depending on the areas of the yacht, this elegant pattern unravels along the floors (both marble and carpeted ones) as well as on the curved handrail of the internal staircase, creating a pleasant contrast with the light-shade wood paneling on the walls.
Onboard the Latona, guests will find numerous outdoor areas – from the wide Mediterranean-style sundeck to the lounge area at the bow, the outdoor living areas and the al fresco dining area located aft to the magnificent terraces overlooking the sea, all the way to the exclusive tender bay obtained on the lower deck.
The latter forms a large open-air lounge integrated with the beach club, featuring a solarium, a fitness area, a hammam and a sea-water indoor pool perfect for children to have fun and also ideal to store the tender in the yacht’s ‘belly’ during navigation.
Sinuous lines are like a fil rouge accompanying guests in all areas of the yacht. Furniture is also characterised by soft, rounded shapes that stylishly harmonise with handcrafted, sophisticated décor elements. From the lacquered doors decorated by graceful, ‘waving’ bass-reliefs to the custom-made lamps in Murano glass with flower and leaf patterns drawing inspiration from nature, in perfect Liberty style.
The elegant interiors are further enriched by oak-wood wall paneling with silver pickle finish. Every wood panel is unique and created with unparalleled craftsmanship. The owner then selected individually to decorate it with fabrics. You can also discover wooden flower patterns in the ceiling-mounted spotlights of the master stateroom.
The Latona can comfortably host up to 10 guests in five cabins characterised by extremely refined details: the master cabin, two VIP cabins, and two double cabins, plus accommodation for 9 crew members, including the Captain.