Maraya

    Maraya, which means "mirror" in Arabic, was launched by CRN in 2008. The 178-foot motor yacht is one of the Italian shipyard's crowning achievements, and it also marks the debut of interior designer Claude Missir. The Lebanese designer used a very light touch on the interior, with bright-colored woods, plenty of windows, and open spaces. CRN also instituted engineering feats like a balcony in the master stateroom that the owner can unveil and a swim platform that allows guests instant access to the water. Miraya is not an ostentatious design like other modern superyachts, and it leaves one feeling at peace. There is a sense of calm that permeates the yacht.

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