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CRANCHI. THE RANGE AIMS HIGHER AND HIGHER

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A long-term plan, with the intention (and the skill) to look far. Cranchi not only is a historic brand (it was born in 1870) but it has conquered a central role in the production of medium and small boats: it was the first in Europe to create modern boating establishments. So, it has been successful in imposing its prices: producing well and making a lot of good products allows to reduce prices.

But, as Paola Cranchi explains: Now, the mission is to aim high. We need to raise the barycenter of our supply. This is what we have been doing for some time, and it is proved by our three new 60′ boats, Sixty HT, ST and Fly, we have recently presented. But the peak of this operation will happen in less than two years, with the launch of our new 77′ boat. From this perspective, its non presentation  at stand 6 at the Nautical Exhibition of Düsseldorf, reserved to big boats, was a shame. Anyway, the German event has given great satisfactions to us, both in commercial and visibility terms thanks to a new imposing stand”.

The obvious question to be asked is: won’t this inclination for bigger boats let the shipbuilder loose the contact with its tradition and DNA?

” No, it won’t. On the contrary, our activity is intense in all ranges; next April, for example, we’ll launch our new Fly 50, which will complete our range of flying-bridge-equipped boats”.

The three new 60′ models share the same hull but with three different versions, according to the shipowners’ needs.

They have the same possibility of choice between two different engines, that is a IPS Volvo Penta 625 HP engine or a IPS Volvo Penta 725 Hp one. In particular, Sixty ST and SixtyHT  are very similar: the first is equipped with a Soft top, while the second one has a hard top, a difference which causes an increase, in terms of displacement, of about 1,000 Kg. Sixty Fly  has 2,500 kg more than ST model.

With the most powerful engines (2 x 725 HP) performances are excellent: on Sixty ST, you can reach a cruising speed of 26 knots with a consumption of 170 l/h (maximum speed: 36 knots), while on Fly HT you can have 25 knots and 182 l/h;  Sixty Fly can reach a 24/25 knot– cruising speed, 184 l/h and a maximum speed of 34 knots. So, very interesting numbers, considering that we are talking about a boat with a full-load displacement of about 29 tons.

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Sixty HT

C 60 HT

Length 18,52 m
Main ebam 4,85 m
Draught 1,31 m
Max people 14/1.400 kg
CE Category  B
Empty boat weight 23,500 kg
Full load weight 27.100 kg
Fuel Tank 2.000 l
Water Tank 540 l
Boile Tank 40 l
Sewage 208 l
Cabins 3
Bathroom 2
Crew cabins 1
Beds 6 (+1)
Engines Volvo Penta  IPS 2 2xD11/800 (2×625 Hp)
Volvo Penta  IPS 2 2xD11/950 (2×725 Hp
SIXTY ST
Cranchi 60 ST navigazione

Ft Length 18,52 m
Max beam 4,85 m
Draught 1,30 m
Max people 14
CE category  B
Empty boat weight 19.000 kg
Full load weight 22.500 kg
Fuel Tank 2.000 l
water Tank 540 l
Boiler Tank 40 l
Sewage 208 l
Cabins 3
Bathroom 2
Crew cabins 1
Beds 7 (+1)
Engines Volvo Penta  IPS 2 2xD11/800 (2×625 Hp)
Volvo Penta  IPS 2 2xD11/950 (2×725 Hp)

Sixty Fly

C 60 Fly

Ft Length 18,52 m
Max beam 4,85 m
Draught 1,32 m
Max people 14
CE category  B
Weight 26.000 kg
Full load weigth 28.800 kg
Fuel Tank 2.000 l
Water Tank 540 l
Boiler Tank 40 l
Sewage 208 l
Cabins 3
Bathroom 2
Crew cabins 1
Beds 6 (+1)
Engines Volvo Penta  IPS 2 2xD11/800 (2×625 Hp)
Volvo Penta  IPS 2 2xD11/950 (2×725 Hp)

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