Cranchi's latest flybridge in the range has the feel of a small superyacht and follows the Italian builder's new trend of being named after its length. This 67-footer offers much more than this number suggests, with beautifully open spaces throughout that display the very best of Italian design, technical prowess and craftsmanship.
The Sessantasette is strongly bonded to the rest of Cranchi's latest models in the range. It has been developed in collaboration with the Research Center of Cranchi Yachts with art direction by superyacht designer Christian Grande.
The main deck features a lounging area, generous dining area midships, with a galley forward that has its own access to the deck. Below you find options for three or four cabins, giving the opportunity to further expand the owner's suite to include an office area if preferred. A separate crew cabin is found aft, alongside the tender garage.
The flybridge features very sociable seating and sunbathing areas, protected as required by a hard top with opening roof, while the foredeck also boasts a supremely sociable area to sit and lie out.
Performance and manoeuvrability is guaranteed through the use of Volvo Penta IPS drives.
Subject to change
- Length overall approx68ft 3in
- Length hull approx61ft 5in
- Beam max approx17ft 9in
- Dry weight approx36,000kg
- Fuel capacity approx880 UK gal
- Fresh-water capacity approx198 UK gal
- Waste water tank capacity approx66 UK gal
- Grey waste water tank capacity approx44 UK gal
- Design categoryB