As is always the case for Cranchi Yachts’ creations throughout their one and a half century of history (the shipyard was first founded back in 1870), efficiency and ergonomics take centre stage at the heart of their brand new flagship design, the Settantotto, scheduled to be showcased at the 61st Genoa International Boat Show.
Measuring almost 25 metres in length and designed by a close collaboration between the Cranchi Yachts Research Centre and Christian Grande, the new Settantotto stands out with fluid lines inspiring a natural sense of balance.
Both on the main deck and on the fly, the Settantotto offers large open-air spaces while the interiors can house up to four cabins with an owner’s cabin that takes up the whole width at the centre of the model, two queen-size cabins, with a VIP cabin to bow, and a double cabin.
Furnished with items from Cranchi Yachts’ Flexform collection, the Cranchi Atelier customisation system allows for ample personalisation. The Settantotto runs on three 1000 Hp Volvo Penta IPS 1350s.