Cranchi 78


The 25 metre Settantotto is a grand exhibit, crafted with the utmost attention to detail; a concept of beauty that is both modern and classic, essential but not minimal…timeless. She has a fluid form without distinct edges, conveying a natural sense of balance. The design choices by Christian Grande – who worked closely with the Shipbuilding Research Centre- are not excessive, forced or aggressive. Yet this model exhibits the power that you can expect from any flagship. Her smooth and muscular forms are equipped to take on the sea in any condition: the perfect hull, a tall and splaying bow, and a pronounced gunwale.


Also, the expressive combination of colours used for the structure and superstructure, the latter being visibly lighter, has enhanced the yacht’s sleek and sinuous forms and the feeling of sheer amazement when you discover the spacious environments and generous volumes dedicated to the internal areas, filled with natural light, as can be seen from the symmetrical subtractions in the hull, on the main and lower decks.


The main deck and fly comprise large open spaces with dedicated areas for socialising and relaxing, from bow to stern. There is also an adjoining beach platform which can be accessed safely and easily. The beach deck includes a lift which can be raised, lowered or moved forward. The deck can also be transformed into an immense terrace overlooking the sea, thanks to the extra surface area provided by the teak clad garage. The garage storage compartment comprises a large space for tender and a jet ski which can be separated from the area closest to the beach used for the chaise longues.

Abundant space, elegance and functionality are also features of the square deck where the kitchen, living room and relaxation area are distributed optimally. There is also an extra bathroom on the main deck, an unusual component for a yacht of this size.

The decor presented on this page is one of the five interior design proposals conceived for the Settantotto by Christian Grande, in collaboration with the Cranchi Research and Development Department. Inspired by the city of Venice, this decor stands out for its surprising accents: orange leather and lacquers, warm-toned marbles, mirrored glass with amber reflections and a lively contrast between glossy and matte surfaces.


The layout below deck comprises four en-suite cabins: three large doubles and one twin bed. All the beds are positioned lengthways along the bow-stern axis to guarantee maximum comfort while you rest. The rooms are furnished in a refined and elegant style. The full beam owner’s cabin is located at the heart of the yacht with a walk in wardrobe, small study or ‘beauty corner’, making it feel like a luxury suite. Sophisticated elegance and maximum comfort are distinguishing features of the bow VIP cabin. The cabin used mainly for storing equipment is also comfortable, equipped with twin beds and a separate bathroom and shower. The seaman’s cabin, which can be accessed separately with respect to other areas of the yacht, is also used as a laundry room and includes a washing machine and tumble dryer. This room is located between the engine room and the owner’s cabin to ensure maximum acoustic comfort in the sleeping quarters thanks to the high quality sound insulating bulkheads.


Cranchi Settantotto 78 Specifications

  • Length Overall LOA 25.15 m / 82' 6"
  • Hull Length 23,26 m / 76' 3"
  • Beam 5,76 m / 18' 10"
  • Light Displacement 125,663 lbs
  • WOT Speed 30 kts
  • Cruise Speed 23,5 kts
  • Engines 3 x VOLVO IPS 1,350 HP
  • CE Category A
  • Fuel Capacity 5920l / 1563 gal
  • Freshwater Capacity 1250 l / 330 gallons
  • Holding Tank Capacity 500 l / 132 gallons
  • Gray Water Capacity 500 l / 132 gallons
  • Maximum Capacity of Passengers 18 people
  • Hull Aldo Cranchi
  • Design Centro Studi Ricerche Cranchi
  • Art Direction Christian Grande