Cantiere Nautico Cranchi SpA has confirmed the launch of an exciting new 26ft model, the E26, to be produced in Classic and Rider versions.
Both versions share a timeless design drawn by Christian Grande, with a straight stem, refined hull and classical upperworks with beautifully proportioned wraparound windscreen to provide visual pleasure. They will also provide excellent low maintenance and perfect handling characteristics, at sea and inland. The inboard powered E26 Classic is designed as a tender, for commuter runs between ship and shore, or waterside house and town. The outboard-powered E26 Rider is aimed squarely at day cruising, although both models are equally capable of performing this role.
The first Cranchi E26 with be a Classic model, launched in September. This will feature a teak-covered bow-deck over a cabin and toilet compartment, with L-shaped seating in the cockpit around a table and a sundeck aft. Watch out for further details on the Tingene Boat Sales website.
Cranchi has also recently delivered the moulds for its Cranchi Settantotto flagship motoryacht at the company's Seventy Plant 4 in Rogolo, Italy. Details have yet to be released for this new 78ft model, but the high quality moulds are already making quite an impression on the workforce in Cranchi's state of the art manufacturing facilities. The company is promising that this model will serve as a new global benchmark for design, technological equipment, quality of fittings, decor, materials and style.
Expect to see more news from us on the Cranchi Settantotto as it evolves through a high-tech manufacturing process towards its launch in 2019.