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The 60 metre CRN Darlings Danama SuperYacht

By Adrian Prisca


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The Italian yacht-builder CRN (which stands for “Costruzioni e Riparazioni Navali”) has launched another piece into their collection of luxury super-yachts – the Darlings Danama. Enjoying a private presentation held in Ancona during May 2011, the vessel is the 6th 60-meter lounge-cruiser since 2005.

The modern exterior of the yacht is extremely subtle and pleasant to watch, putting together sleek lines, beautiful round shapes, a sporty look and a cream/white combination of paint-work that catches the eye in an instant. There’s plenty of space to do what goes through your mind, while this impression, along with the contemporary feel and elegance continue on the interior, where top-of furnishings are painted using the same color-scheme.

The main aft deck is designed as a cozy lounge area, with three wicker sofas positioned around a large square matte-glass table. The upper deck aft features the al fresco dining area, a large wooden table surrounded by contemporary-style chairs being the main target of this place. The spot is also fit for lounge, with large curved sofas adding to the design.

This style goes on upwards, on the sun deck. This particular area is stuffed with sun-loungers, plus a fully-equipped bar aft, huge Jacuzzi and sun-beds. The level of comfort on the sun-deck is the best on the yacht, a cocktail in your hand, good company and the breathtaking landscape being enough to make you “fly”.

The main saloon is unique in style, combining curved shapes with a fresh and light atmosphere. The aft bar plus the central seating-area with large sofas make this place quite intimate and special. The main dining room is festooned with a collection of black and white renowned Panton Chairs and a round central table.

The yacht is able to accommodate up to 12 guests, the cabins being set into four doubles (below decks), a twin (on the upper deck) plus the opulent owner’s suite located on the fore main deck.

The owner’s suite is extravagant and modern, finished with luxurious materials, while a large amount of light is able to get inside. The combination of colors and the amenities really allow you to feel the real pleasure of living. There’s also a grand bathroom, his/hers walk-in closets, private office and a private balcony.

The guest rooms are decked with en suite bathrooms, a high amount of coziness. The luxurious materials, curved lines and a futuristic atmosphere make them ideal to sit down and relax. The upper deck saloon is painted in a creamy tone, being a delicious informal spot, furnished with large sofas and chaises and assisted by a fully-equipped bar.

The interiors were penned-down by Cristina and Alexandre Negoescu, teaming-up with Centro Stile, CRN’s own designer-group. You may charter the vessel through Camper & Nicholsons International, the cost depending on the season – €345,000/week during low season and €365,000/week in high season.


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