CRN Yachts – M/Y Chopi Chopi 80m
M/Y Chopi Chopi
Yacht delivered: 2013
CRN 129 80 m
Exterior design and style: Zuccon Intercontinental Project
Inside design and style: Laura Sessa
Chopi Chopi is a steel and aluminium displacement hull yacht producing above five (+one) decks: reduced deck (crew, engine room, and garage), primary deck (attendees), higher deck (dwelling location and bar), proprietor deck, sunshine deck, and a sub reduced deck, which is effectively a technical location showcasing techniques and tools.
The new flagship is the final result of a perfect mix of complementary competencies and the fruitful cooperation among the CRN Engineering crew, in charge of naval architecture, and Studio Zuccon Intercontinental Project, that produced the yacht’s exterior strains and interior layout. Upon certain request by the Proprietor, indoor household furniture and furnishings have been intended by interior designer Laura Sessa and created by Zago, the Ferretti Group’s business specialising in woodwork on megayachts.
Chopi Chopi stands out for its wonderful spaciousness, airy environments, streamlined and still comfortable strains, painstaking care for information and onboard wellbeing, light-weight outcomes and, last but not the very least, a direct contact with the sea.
Comparable capabilities are not easily discovered on a vessel of this measurement and have been attained as a result of the implementation of advertisement-hoc remedies like the aft seaside club, characterised by a doorway that can collapse down to the drinking water floor, and the substantial glazing making certain unbelievable brightness in all interiors whilst giving a continual ‘eye-contact’ with the sea.
CRN’s most recent megayacht, which completely embodies all the primary strengths of the model, has been produced to meet up with all the Owner’s certain requirements – an advertisement-hoc venture aimed at welcoming attendees in the finest attainable way in six suites with a balcony and various terraces overlooking the sea on the primary deck and giving the Proprietor an special ‘nest’ thanks to a completely-dedicated deck where, amid other points, a helicopter can easily land in the utmost privateness.
At the stern of the reduced deck of this true pearl of naval architecture is the far more-than-100 square metres large “seaside club”, whose doorway can be converted into a substantial swimming platform at the drinking water degree. The peace location proceeds indoor, with a physical fitness location and a spa with a sauna, a Turkish bathtub and a massage location.
This pleasure vessel can host 23 crew associates + 10 team associates, whilst up to 12 attendees can be accommodated in five (double and twin) cabins and one learn stateroom.
The yacht is powered by two Caterpillar 3516B-C engines that thrust it to a cruising velocity of fifteen knots and a utmost velocity of sixteen knots. The cruising range at a velocity of 12 knots is six,000 nautical miles