Celebrate Cranchi's 150th with us at Boot Düsseldorf
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Cranchi 78 Settantotto to launch at Düsseldorf

23 October 2019

This impressive new flagship will be joined by the M 44 HT, 60ST and E52 on Cranchi's Boot Düsseldorf stand in Hall 6 Stand A21

Cranchi 78 SettantottoCranchi Yachts will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2020 and what better way to commence the year than by a world premiere of its new flagship, the Cranchi Settantotto, at Boot Düsseldorf.

The 24m Settantotto offers beauty that is both contemporary and classic, with fluid lines and without marked edges to give it a timeless style. Designer Christian Grande has worked closely with the Cranchi Research Development Department on Cranchi's largest yet yacht.

The Settantotto is not only a flagship in terms of size - it also represents the technological brilliance of this Italian Shipyard at a new peak and the spin-offs from the work on this model are promised to influence the whole range. In terms of layout Cranchi fully exploits the three decks with generous relaxation, formal dining and sleeping areas that can comfortably accommodate eight at night plus crew and up to 18 during the day. It's really superyacht comfort and styling brought into the high end of motor yacht design and build.

Düsseldorf will be something of a celebration of the larger Cranchi models in the range and we will welcome you there. The full list on display is as follows:

Visiting Boot Düsseldorf

The Düsseldorf Boat Show 2020, held between Saturday 18 January and Sunday 26 January, is the most incredible gathering of all things boating. In total, nearly 2000 stands to browse. The Tingdene team will be there on the Cranchi stand A21 in Hall 6 to greet you and show you around this versatile and brilliantly designed range. Take it from us, it's well worth a visit – but do bring comfortable shoes!

If you'd like to contact us to make specific arrangements when visiting Düsseldorf, then please call 01933 551606 or email cranchi@tingdene.net

Düsseldorf is directly connected by air from several UK airports and it's also an easy car journey from the Channel ports if you prefer to go by sea or Channel Tunnel. Check out the travel advice here.

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