Cranchi Settantotto (Seventy-eight) is the new flagship of the shipyard that in 2020 will celebrate 150 years of history. The occasion to present it is the Boot of Dusseldorf 2020, scheduled from 18 to 26 January.
Cranchi Settantotto, a new 24-metre
Everything is ready for the official debut of the long-awaited Cranchi Settantotto, 24 metres long, designed by Christian Grande – who worked closely with the Shipyard’s Research Centre and Aldo Cranchi who designed the hull. A large boat that focuses on internal volumes and external spaces. Despite its size, the Seventy-eight has also interesting performance: 32/33 knots top speed with 3 engines of 1000 horsepower.
The propulsion of the Seventy-eight is entrusted to the new Volvo Penta D13-IPS1350, the most powerful engine in the IPS range. Compact in configuration and capable of delivering great power, the D13-IPS1350 combines perfectly with the study of the hull of this Cranchi and with the use of light and durable fibers: the Seventy-eight thus ensures lower fuel consumption, high range, excellent top speed, reduction of vibration and noise, comfort, reliability, and durability.
Slender and sinuous lines, behind which large rooms and generous volumes are revealed, perfectly illuminated by natural light, as suggested by the symmetrical subtractions in the hull that can be read at the level of the main and lower decks.
Perfect for celebrating the first 150 years of Cranchi Yachts’ history, Seventy-eight represents the shipyard’s production and technological capacity at its peak, and the development of its design also acts as a flywheel for the growth of the entire Cranchi range, which in recent seasons has been experiencing a phase of constant evolution.
Endurance 30 gets a new look
Particular attention will be paid to the Endurance 30, which will be presented for the first time in a renewed version. The face-lift 2020 of this model foresees new details able to enrich it in functionality and elegance. The stern platform will be entirely covered in teak and 70 cm longer. The ladder to get back on board from the water will have convenient integrated handles, while the bollards at the bow and stern will be concealed. New style for the stern and bow sundeck, more comfortable thanks to the cup holders and integrated speakers. Renewed seats, sofas and dashboard: all with a more sporty and vintage style. MORE READY