With With a majestic launch at the end of April this year, Lady Genyr is the eighth hull in the Navetta 43 composite displacement line produced by CRN, the Ferretti Group shipyard specialising in the construction of semi-custom mega yachts in composite and fully custom mega yachts in steel and aluminium, with lengths from 40 to 90 metres. a majestic launch at the end of April this year, Lady Genyr is the eighth hull in the Navetta 43 composite displacement line produced by CRN, the Ferretti Group shipyard specialising in the construction of semi-custom mega yachts in composite and fully custom mega yaWith a majestic launch at the end of April this year, Lady Genyr is the eighth hull in the Navetta 43 composite displacement line produced by CRN, the Ferretti Group shipyard specialising in the construction of semi-custom mega yachts in composite and fully custom mega yachts in steel and aluminium, with lengths from 40 to 90 metres. chts in steel and aluminium, with lengths from 40 to 90 metres.
The successful Navetta 43 line is very popular with owners, debuting in 2007 with the delivery of Emerald Star, followed by the launch of Hana and Rubeccan in 2008, Sofico in 2009, Eviva and Kate in 2010, Lady Trudy in 2011 and now Lady Genyr. Bearing in mind the size class, the commercial success of the Navetta 43 line is very significant, and has been achieved in part because fully custom interior fittings have been specially devised, designed and produced for each of the mega yachts, with the result that they are all completely individual. As with the vessels that preceded it, Lady Genyr’s naval architecture is the work of CRN Naval Engineering and the vessel’s exterior design and interior layout are again by Studio Zuccon International Project. For their part, the interior design and decoration were created by the shipyard’s Interior Design & Decor Office. Lady Genyr is a prestigious, sophisticated leisure vessel with four decks carefully designed to ensure that the spaces are as user-friendly as possible, achieved with large interior spaces greater than those on other ships of a similar size, and with generous glass surfaces that emphasise their spaciousness and light. For complete comfort when underway, noise and vibration have been minimised as far as possible. Lady Genyr also features the integrated infotainment and ambient control system “myOlos”, developed by the shipyard in partnership with Videoworks and Intel. With its functional, user-friendly interface, the system makes it possible to manage and control all entertainment functions with audio and video on demand, as well as lighting, blackout curtains, air conditioning systems and video surveillance systems, all via iPads. The knowledgeable, very enthusiastic Owner also expressly requested certain specific technical features, such as the 7-metre tender that can transport up to 12 people, perfect for transporting his large family and guests. A tender this size is usually present on considerably larger yachts. As befits a lady of true class, Lady Genyr is adorned with consciously measured, unostentatious elegance. From the exteriors to the interiors, the spaces are classical in design but never banal or predictable. It is a timeless style that speaks the cultured language of sober, clean elegance with an all-Italian flavour, refined and capable of interpreting the Owner’s wishes. Calm luxury is harmoniously reflected in all the interior fittings, framed by dark Canaletto walnut and dominated by light white and beige tones for the fabrics, enhanced by skilfully selected coordinated furniture and by the natural light that is in turn accentuated by the clever lighting system. Simplicity and brightness are also key to the style of the exterior spaces, such as the sun deck where the traditional light tones are accompanied by the bright reds of the cushions embroidered with a marine theme, the work of Mastro Raphaël. In addition to the sophisticated elegance of the decoration, designed to fulfil the Owner’s wish to enjoy the sun deck space with his large family and share it with his numerous guests, functionality was the primary objective of an unusual sun deck configuration, one that notably differs from those of other vessels in the Navetta 43 line. A well considered major structural modification eliminated the central mast, replaced by a hard top with lateral supports. With this new concept, the sun deck has increased in size and has been completely redesigned as a single continuous space with an area of more than 110 m2. The yacht can comfortably play host to up to 22 people for social occasions – a capacity comparable with that of considerably larger vessels. All the functional areas flow together from bow to stern with no interruption: the sunbathing area with sun beds and sun umbrellas; the dining area with a teak table on a steel base, surrounded by Roda chairs in teak and tobacco-coloured woven cord; the relaxation area with two tables in white painted wood surrounded by built-in sofas and chairs in teak; and a second sunbathing area with sun pads and a Jacuzzi tub from which a rotating TV screen attached to the hard top can be viewed. [...]