Yachts

50m CRN Superyacht Latona Set to Debut at Monaco Yacht Show

CRN are set to unveil their newest superyacht, the striking 164 foot/50 metre Latona, at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show which will be held over the 26th to 29th of September. Custom built according to her new owner’s specifications, Latona’s sleek exterior lines and inspiring modern interior are the result of a close collaboration between the yacht builder and the Zuccon International Project design studio who are based in Rome.

Latona’s unique personality begins with the incredible turquoise hue selected for her exterior which changes in intensity according to the light levels and depth of the sea where she is cruising. While onboard, her guests will experience a new level of luxury thanks to her gorgeous communal spaces which are designed with a Mediterranean lifestyle in mind. Highlights include the generous al-fresco dining area, large beach club, indoor seawater pool, and even a drive-in tender garage to make spontaneous excursions all the easier.

Her interior spaces take inspiration from classic European palaces in their design and are fitted out with sumptuous fabrics and a restful, neutral color palette. Her new owner has personally chosen the wood panels used throughout the interior, demonstrating his commitment and interest in even the smallest details of this project. In total the Latona can host up to 10 overnight guests in her five suites which consist of a full-beam master cabin, two VIP cabins and two double cabins. Her crew quarters also have capacity for up to 9 crew members to ensure every detail is taken care of.

Latona isn’t lacking in performance capabilities, either, thanks to two powerful Caterpillar C32 engines which give her a decent top speed of 16 knots and a typical cruising speed of 14 knots. She’s equipped with 48,000 liter fuel tanks which give her a range of 3800 nautical miles when cruising at 11 knots, easily allowing her to make a transatlantic crossing when the need arises.

Alice Longhurst

After her first taste of life at sea aged three, Alice spends her time writing about yachts, fine wine and the good things in life.

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