Ciao Settantotto: The new flagship of Cranchi Yachts
Her name is Cranchi Settantotto, (seventy eight) always written in full in Italian, and she is the new flagship of Cranchi Yachts. The new Settantotto which is almost 25 meters with grandiose details, is both contemporary and classic, essential without surrendering to minimalism and timeless.
The lines of the Settantotto are fluid and without marked edges: they convey a natural sense of balance. In the design choices of Christian Grande – engaged in a close collaboration with the Research Center of the Shipyard – there is nothing excessive, forced or aggressive. She shines and has the strength expected from a flagship.
Like the geometries of an Italian garden one perceives the vitality of nature, in the shapes without friction of the Cranchi Settantotto one reads the muscularity of a yacht that can face the sea in any condition , with its perfect hull, the high and flared bow, the pronounced hawk band head.
The layout below deck can include up to four en suite cabins (three large double cabins and one cabin with two single beds). All beds are placed along the longitudinal bow/stern axis, to ensure greatest comfort when resting. Every area is furnished in a refined, elegant style. The full-beam master cabin in the centre of the yacht offers luxury-suite style emotions, with a walk-in wardrobe and a study or beauty corner.
Sophisticated elegance and great comfort characterise the VIP cabin in the bow. The cabin reserved for the crew is also very pleasant, with two bunks and toilet with separate shower. The crew cabin, with access separate from the other cabins, also includes a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The engine room houses three in-line six-cylinder Volvo Penta D13 capable of guaranteeing each 1000 HP of power when needed. Together with as many IPS3 pods they form a compact, reliable and manageable solution: ideal for this large yacht.
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