Cranchi Sessantasette – Italian Perfectionism

Superior technical achievements and aesthetics that has become iconic

Following the success of their yacht Settantotto, Cranchi Yachts has presented a new member of its flagship line, the flybridge Sessantasette. The name is not accidentally written in the form of the Italian transcription of the number 67, as it indicates that this yacht offers much more than might be implied by its length – distinctive Italian design and superior technical solutions.

The project was realized in close cooperation between the shipyard’s Research and Development Department and Christian Grande, who was entrusted with the art direction aspect. The design of the new Sessantasette is inspired by motion and characterized by harmonious forms without pronounced edges that convey a natural sense of balance and power. Fluid flared lines that intertwine, without yielding to minimalism, make this yacht visually interesting.

Hidden behind the refined lines is a spacious and carefully styled interior characterized by a high degree of perfection. Numerous areas for socializing and relaxation are equipped with elements that exceed the standards of this vessel’s category. The traditionally furnished dining room has been replaced by an elegant table and comfortable armchairs, while the rest of the space is also completed with luxurious furniture, exuding the home-like warmth. The lower deck accommodates three cabins, and the master suite contains a large study that can be used as an office space. Like the other rooms, it is flooded with natural light.

Cranchi Sessantasette
Overall length: 20.8 m
Overall beam: 5.4 m
Displacement: 42000 kg
Fuel tank capacity: 4000 l
Water tank capacity: 900 l
Waste water tank capacity: 500 l
Number of persons: 18

Taking the best of its predecessor, this vessel has implemented outstanding technological solutions, offering high safety standards, the best stabilization solutions, limiting fuel consumption and harmful gas emissions, reducing noise levels, as well as home automation and entertainment systems.

This refined combination of aesthetics and functionality makes Sessantasette a harmonious unit that can be lived in and enjoyed. That is exactly what this Italian shipyard is famous for. The story of Cranchi Yachts began 152 years ago with the creation of vessels for Europeans who arrived at Lake Como, attracted by its beauty. The legacy of Giovanni Cranchi has been passed down from generation to generation, along with the vision of the business. Today, the vessels leaving this shipyard are larger and technology has advanced, but Cranchi emphasizes that the promise they make to boat owners around the world has remained unchanged – to combine beauty and pleasure, the unique beauty of the sea with the pleasure of owning a yacht that expresses the best of Italian design.

Contact: Goga Yachting Club

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