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The CRN Navetta 43 Lady Trudy Yacht is incredible

By Adrian Prisca


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Cannes is an old-time renowned location for yacht meetings of all sorts and the spot where Festival de la Plaisance takes place. This is where the gorgeous Lady Trudy yacht was presented during September 2011, though being previously launched in March, within a private atmosphere in Ancona, the headquarters of its builder.

The 4-deck, 43-meter long vessel was built by CRN yachts and represents the seventh piece from the Navetta 43 range. The yacht is also the result of the co-work between CRN’s technical department and Zuccon International Project Studio – they’ve particularly designed the external lines and interior partitioning.

The interior domain and finishes projects were developed by CRN’s own design centre, in direct collaboration with the current owner of the vessel. Overall, this beauty lets out an impression of mother-of-pearl sea-cruiser, being beautifully colored in a combination of white, grey and black.

An interesting fact about the yacht is that every room and space was designed and painted after a thematic pattern. The deck cockpits, the crafters used a combination of white and red, while the exterior areas of the upper deck and sun deck were painted in the same pattern but in white and blue and red and white.

Boarding this ship represents an instant pleasant shock, due to its intimate and hospitable main aft deck. Four large wooden and wicker chairs around an elegant mahogany coffee table opposite to a huge white sofa decorate the stern. Marine and naval patterns were used throughout the boat, in harmony with the classic colonial furnishings.

The interior of the upper deck impresses through its romantic style, a central sofa emphasizing socialization, relaxation and lounge – aided by a huge LCD TV.

The sun-deck represents a gorgeously spacious area where one can enjoy alfresco and sun bathing, with the help of sun-beds, sofas, loungers, chairs, while enjoying terribly beautiful landscapes. For more functionality, there is a helipad here as well. A precious and hospitable spot on the vessel is the main saloon.

It basks in light, space, elegance, while the colonial atmosphere makes your life dreamlike. Its Hampton styling, with dark wooden tables and flooring contrasts beautifully with the white paneling and fabric used throughout, and grey-green tones. Furthermore, the large white sofas and ottomans, plus a huge LCD TV give a high level of contrast to the place.

But all these are low compared to the opulence of the owner’s quarters. Crisp clean white with balanced details of beige, gorgeous furnishings, mahogany and a load of comfort make this spot an encyclopedia of style. Fitted with walk in closets, his/hers bathrooms, bathtub and double shower area, the place is a stand-alone dream apartment.

The style goes on, the crew cabins being stunningly decorated as well. The boat represented a true challenge for its builders, but we dearly think it was worth it.


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