A sensational contemporary design comes to fruition in a yacht of crisp, emphatic style, with sophisticated interiors and outdoor spaces suffused with an elegant linearity.
Ancona, 3rd December 2018 – CRN presents Begallta, a 75m yacht with a dynamic, forward-looking spirit. The new project has been developed by the CRN Technical Office working closely with architecture and design studios Lobanov Design, who created the exterior lines and spatial layout, and Pulina DNA, who took care of the interiors.
Begallta is a yacht with original, surprising lines, imbued with a sophisticated, contemporary style that superbly marries the innovative drive of CRN with the futuristic vision of Lobanov Design. The Begallta’s silhouette captivates the eye with its striking design, exemplified to perfection by the tapered bow, which slices decisively through the water surface when under way. The yacht’s unique stylistic hallmark is the line that slants along the hull and superstructure like a ribbon, seamlessly uniting her decks and lending an unprecedented sense of fluidity. The Begallta’s futuristic inspiration reaches its zenith at the stern, where the cut of the corners underlines the yacht’s highly distinctive style.
Conceived for a cosmopolitan owner with a strong personality who loves to explore the seas on extended cruises, Begallta offers an innovative, flowing layout that breaks down all barriers between interior and exterior. The design solutions promote constant contact with the natural surroundings, from the panoramic windows to the generous terraces and glorious sundeck, where the sunlight glints off the facets of the surface in a play of architectural lines that draws the eye to the hard top, as sky meets sea. The contemporary linear feel outdoors is in perfect harmony with the metropolitan-style interiors. The ample spaces are embellished with prestige materials and a judicious use of glass, set off by minimalist décor and cutting-edge entertainment features that combine to instantly evoke the typical mood of a New York loft.