N Joy superyacht leaves CRN yard in Ancona

The fully custom 72.26 meter N Joy yacht with a hull of steel and a superstructure of aluminium has officially left the CRN shipyard’s marina
March 21 2024 2 minutes to read
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N Joy superyacht launch

The private launch ceremony of CRN 139 project later christened N Joy and her delivery to the owner took place late in 2023, and now the yacht has set off on her first cruise 

The six-deck vessel with an impressive internal volume of 2003 GT was sold back in 2018 and is fully bespoke.  

The naval architecture was developed by inhouse CRN professionals, while the concept and the exterior lines were crafted by renowned Italian designers from Vallicelli Design studio. 

The styling of the exterior, the interiors and layouts are the result of the shipyard’s collaboration with a famous creative duo from Venice, Nuvolari Lenard. The result is a balanced combination of functional and design solutions with all the owner’s requests in mind. 

N Joy superyacht launch
N Joy superyacht launch

The N Joy is the fifth largest boat in CRN portfolio. With the length of 72.26 m and a beam of 12.50 m she can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins and a crew of 19, including a captain. 

In tune with the latest design trends the superyacht offers generous multifunctional exterior areas that transition seamlessly into ample interior spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive superstructure glazing. 

The N Joy has a top speed of 16 knots, and a cruising speed of 14 knots. 

CRN is the first Italian shipbuilder to get IMO Tier III certification, which means strict ecological standards and a 70% reduction of harmful emissions in nitrogen oxids. Since 2020 all CRN yachts have been built in compliance with this standard, and the new N Joy is not an exception.

 

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