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The CRN 142, a bespoke 52-metre (170-foot) superyacht named Ciao, was launched today at the Ferretti Group shipyard in Ancona ahead of her sea trials. The private ceremony was attended by the owner, senior management and employees.
Made entirely of aluminium, Ciao has been designed and built by CRN in close collaboration with design studio Omega Architects, who conceived the external lines, and architects Massari Design, who created the outdoor guest areas and interiors.
With a beam of 9m (29ft) and a gross tonnage of 499, Ciao spans four decks and accommodates up to 10 guests in the comfort of the main-deck owner suite and four VIP cabins below.
Ciao also showcases full-height tinted glazing on the main and upper decks, offering uninterrupted sea views and on-board privacy. Bright, spacious saloons also feature on the main and upper decks, all designed with conviviality in mind.
The upper deck is also home to a sizeable al fresco dining area, and the sun deck and main deck feature versatile lounge areas complete with a sun zone and spa pool. The yacht reflects the vision of a knowledgeable owner who specifically wanted comfortable spaces in the open air.
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