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    Cranchi meditarranee

    Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, Vereinigte Staaten

    Seller is open to trades dont hesitate to tell me what you got! For five generations, since 1870, the Italian firm of Cantiere Nautico Cranchi has been turning out finely crafted, well-engineered vessels — and Signore Cranchi is rightfully proud of his company's flagship, the Mediterranee 50. This is no prima donna performer. The 2003 Cranchi Mediterranee 50 is a big, bold, brawny boat. This is the kind of boat that makes you want to go out and simply enjoy driving it. A pair of 715 hp Volvo Penta D12 EVC/715 diesels are mounted close to amidships, giving the boat excellent balance — both in straight-line tracking and in turns. Engine hours are ONLY 700 Hours. The robust sport yacht has the fire of more than 1,400 hp in its belly. With a Kevlar-reinforced fiberglass hull, the Mediterranee 50 is ready to take on whatever is thrown its way. The Mediterranee 50 deck plan offers generous space for open-air entertaining. On the bridge deck, there's a semi-circular seating area with a table at its center. A refreshment console, to port, holds an ice-maker, a refrigerator and a barbecue grill. There are four forward-facing seats: two bucket seats at the helm and a bench seat on the port side. The helm console and controls are nicely arranged. The Mediterranee 50 can accommodate a bevy of sun worshipers — in two separate locations. There's a double sunpad on the bow, plus an enormous sunpad at the stern that covers one of the hidden extras on the boat. The pad covers the roof of a "dinghy garage" that is designed to hold either a rigid-hull inflatable tender or a personal watercraft. The boat comes with a 10’ dinghy with 20hp outboard engine. For all its exterior brawn and bravado, the Mediterranee 50 has a soft and sensuous interior. The interior is trimmed in high-gloss varnished American cherry wood. It is accented with supple Alacantara upholstery, which has the feel of suede yet is washable and easy to maintain. The curved lines in the furnishings and bulkheads are nothing short of artistic. Even some of the interior wood doors have been given a slight arc, so that they don't disrupt the harmony of the cabin lines. Even the main electrical panel is a work of art. Its brushed chrome face is highlighted by softly glowing blue LED indicators. The main saloon offers a seating and dining area, to port, that normally holds up to four adults. Cranchi included a pair of movable hassocks, so two more guests can be seated at the table, when the need arises. There's a fully equipped galley, to starboard, that includes a stove, a microwave oven and a refrigerator. The size of the Mediterranee 50 allows for three generous staterooms, each of which has more than 6 feet of standing headroom. Forward, the master suite comes with a queen-size pedestal berth. Hanging lockers are The master suite has its own head compartment, with a separate shower stall. Another thoughtful touch is an onboard safe, to store jewelry and other valuables. It's hidden away inside one of the hanging lockers. Abaft the saloon, you'll find a pair of almost equally sized staterooms. The one to port has a double berth, while the one on the starboard side has twin berths. Both cabins have hanging lockers and more than enough standing room to change clothes. A second full head is located at the aft port corner of the saloon. It, too, has a separate shower stall. There's an entrance from the saloon as well as the portside aft stateroom. What distinguishes the Cranchi Mediterranee 50 from many other boats in its class may not be readily obvious. You need to look beneath the beauty of its exterior. the hull is solid fiberglass throughout. No coring is used anywhere — only Kevlar fabric, for strength in certain areas. Because of this, Cranchi can produce the hull and deck using monocoque construction, a technique that is more common to aircraft. All of the rigidity is in the boat's outer shell. In addition, very little wood is used on board. Instead, Cranchi uses molded fiberglass pieces extensively throughout the interior, for flooring and bulkheads. It's an expensive method, but the result is a strong and quiet boat. Another thing to appreciate about the way Aldo Cranchi builds a boat is his affinity for redundancy. Not that he expects anything to go wrong, but if it does, there's a backup system to keep you going. For example, there are two freshwater pumps, two air-conditioning chillers, a backup steering system and manual bilge pumps in addition to the electric ones. And none of these systems is buried in the bowels of the boat, where it can't be reached. If you look around — carefully — you'll notice a large number of access panels throughout the boat, all made to attractively blend with the decor. Should something need mechanical attention, neither you nor your mechanic will have to break out the saws and hammers: Just open a panel. With its long list of practical features, a helm that puts an impressive amount of usable power at your command, plus all the cutting-edge style and continental elegance you would expect from an Italian sport yacht, the Cranchi Mediterranee 50 will do more than turn your head. It just might win your heart.

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