CRN 62 Metres Sport Dislopen

by CRN with AYT

Project

In July last year, against the striking backdrop of the glitterati assembled at the Mandarin Hyde Park Hotel in London, the Ferretti Group’s CRN shipyard officially presented an innovative mega yacht concept intended to set new world standards in the exclusive international luxury sailing segment.

Named with the neologism “Dislopen”, invented especially for the purpose, the new concept came from an extraordinary commercial insight on the part of CRN’s management, together with the outstanding creative sensibility of Studio Zuccon International Project, which has been a design partner of CRN and the Ferretti Group for years.

The word “Dislopen”, combining the words “displacement” and “open”, is intended to highlight the main characteristic of the new concept: a combination of the stylistic lines of high-performance open boats with the comfortable spaces of large displacement vessels.

In fact, the leisure boats in the new Dislopen line will have a sporty aesthetic similar to that found on small and medium-sized yachts, but they will also be able to make long journeys and ocean crossings in the kind of comfort typical of displacement mega yachts. With the “Dislopen” concept, the Italian shipyard wants to develop new, highly innovative leisure boats, built in steel and aluminium as is usual for CRN, offering an exclusive way to experience sailing and cruising: luxurious vessels where it’s possible to maintain constant, direct contact with the sea, while being able to count on even greater comfort and space on board, especially outside. The extremely innovative scope of the new design, together with its especially flexible characteristics, make it a new, solid strong point for the shipyard. As a result, the Italian brand’s management confirms that it has total faith in the huge positive response that the “Dislopen” line will have from clients on the international market.

According to Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman of CRN and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of the Ferretti Group, this new design is yet another step forward in the prestigious Italian brand’s path to notable current success: “With the Dislopen concept, CRN confirms its vocation on the international luxury yachting scene: to innovate, to create and to look to the future. The design is the result of a detailed market and demand analysis carried out by CRN together with the Ferretti Group, and of the collaboration between our Research and Development Department and our longstanding partners at Studio Zuccon.” Lamberto Tacoli continues: “When it comes to being close to the client, flexibility and quality, CRN is one of the top companies in the world. We are already at work to bring the Dislopen project to life, continuing a phase that now sees our Ancona shipyard engaged in building a total of 21 mega yachts – a number that is unique worldwide.”

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CRN 62 Metres Sport Dislopen Technical Specifications

Hull Steel
SuperstructureAluminium
TypeDisplacement hull
LOA61.7 m / 202’43’’ ft
LBP51.50 m / 168’96’’ ft
Moulded beam10.20 m / 33’46’’ ft
Draft3.00 m / 9’84’’ ft
Moulded depth5.50 m / 18’04’’ ft
Full load displacement775 tons
Dead weight 125 tons
Main engine2 x Caterpillar 3512C-C 1230 kW @1800 rpm
Main generators2 x Caterpillar C9 175 kW 380V 50 Hz
Emergency generator1 x Caterpillar C4.4 69 kW 380V 50 Hz
Max speed (half load)15 knots
Cruising speed14 knots (@ 85%MCR)
Fuel tank107,000 litres / 28,26641 US gallons
Fresh water 20,000 litres / 5,283441 US gallons
Fresh water production10,000 litres /day / 2,6417205 US gallons
Range @ 14 knots3’000 Nautical miles
Max noise in saloons60 dB(A) @ cruising speed
Max noise in rooms55 dB(A) @ cruising speed
Helicopter platformSuitable for 1500 KG helicopter
Guest 12 persons (5 double cabins + 1 owner suite)
Crew 14 persons
ClassificationLloyd’s Register of Shipping LR @ 100 – A1 – SSC - “Y”, MONO, G6, @ LMC MCA LY2 compliance
Naval architectureCRN Engineering
Interior and exterior designZUCCON International Project
ShipyardCRN S.p.A.
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