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CRN Baptizes Maxiyacht Eviva

by Lorys Charalambous,, Cyprus

11 November 2009

CRN Yachts, a Ferretti Group company, has announced the baptism of its 43-meter maxiyacht "Eviva," which made its debut voyage in late October.

Eviva, designed by Studio Zuccon International Project, stands out for its significant volumes and wide-open areas. Equipped with four decks and a bulbous bow, the vessel can host 10 passengers in five cabins and nine crew members, and can sail at a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots.

The CRN Eviva is of particular interest due to its versatility. The vessel features some structural modifications on the sun deck, which has been elongated at the stern to allow for a helipad, the first installed on a 43-meter yacht. Also on the sun deck, upon the client's request, CRN offers the option for a 6-meter sailing boat and two jet skis. The ship-owner and his guests will also be able to enjoy the comfort of the internal areas, including the possibility to use the fitness area with a gym overlooking the beach of the lower deck and a sauna for relaxation time.

The launch of CRN’s latest addition is just months before the launch of 72-meter super yacht, Clarena 2.

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