Settantotto is the new flagship of Cranchi Yachts that made her debut at Boot Düsseldorf 202o. An Italian name for an Italian boat that wants to be synonym of the best made in Italy.
The almost 25-meter boat is both contemporary and classic at the same time, essential without surrendering to minimalism and timeless. Her fluid lines and absence of sharp edges convey a sense of balance, and with a perfect hull, high and flared bow and pronounced hawk band head she is ready to face the sea in any condition.
The design, curated by Christian Grande in collaboration with the research Center of the Shipyard, shows nothing excessive, forced or aggressive. Thanks to the evocative play of colors between the structure and the superstructure, with the latter being visually lightened, the lines of the Settantotto are streamlined and sinuous and amplify the effect of astonishment when discovering the spacious interiors, perfectly illuminated by natural light.
The layout below includes up to four cabins, all furnished in a refined and elegant style. The full-beam master cabin amidships with walk-in wardrobe, work area or beauty corner offers the feeling of a large luxury suite. Sophisticated elegance and great comfort distinguish the VIP cabin in the bow. The cabin reserved for the crew is comfortable, with two berths and a head with separate shower.
Ample volumes, elegance and functionality are the distinctive features of the square too, where the kitchen, saloon and relaxation areas are optimally distributed. An unusual feature for yachts of this size is the presence of a further head on the main deck. On the main deck and on the flybridge, the yacht offers large open spaces, with areas dedicated to socializing and relaxing both aft and forward. The tender garage, that can be accessed in a safe and easy way, is equipped with a lift that allows the tender to rise, and when its doors are open a wide space is revealed to house the tenders and jet skis which can be separated from the part closest to the small beach where the chaise longue can be placed.
In perfect harmony with Christian Grande’s art direction choices, the Settantotto is furnished with elements from the Flexform collections, historic and dynamic furniture brand made in Italy. The elegant chaise loungue on the flybridge, the cozy armchairs in the cockpit, the iconic sofa that blends masterfully with the style of the salon thanks to its harmonious fabrics and colors and other furnishing accessories: all these elements contribute to embellish the feeling of classic and contemporary style that every detail of the Seventy-eight can offer.
Among the countless customization options that Cranchi Yachts can offer thanks to the Cranchi Atelier customization program, the owners of the Settantotto will also be able to choose the elements and accessories of furniture by choosing from the collections selected with Christian Grande and being able to rely on the advice of the designers of the Shipyard.
To make the onboard experience even more pleasant and comfortable, each of the spaces is served by entertainment and home automation systems, all easily manageable even from a smartphone or from the pilot console thanks to the Garmin glass cockpit which gives easy access to all the systems.