Always grow. Improve every day. For 150 years

Nature is the best of teachers. It teaches us to draw strength from our roots, and to use that strength to develop ourselves. It teaches us that living means growing.

The saga of Cranchi Yachts is an exciting journey of evolution, a journey through the decades, marked by intuitions and leaps forward, inspired by those who wrote the history of the shipyard before us and guided by the desire to improve every day.

The Seventy Plant 4 operation is the Cranchi boatyard for building leisure yachts with the highest level of automation in the world. The assembly lines of the new facility permit the mass production of yachts up to 78 feet long.

To see the Cranchi difference for yourself, contact Shepherds to arrange a personalised visit to the boatyard near Lake Como and/ or the Test Centre near Venice. Your experience will be tailored to ensure you get under the skin of what goes in to creating every Cranchi vessel - not just physically what goes into the process, but also what drives the passion and pride of every individual who works for and with the Cranchi brand and Cranchi family. You will not be disapppointed. For more information contact:

Darren Grundy, Managing Director, Shepherds (Windermere) Ltd.

darren.grundy@shepherdswindermere.co.uk

DDI - 015394 68178 

The Cranchi Story

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  • The Cranchi range is headlined by the new Settantotto (78), and includes Flybridge and Hard Top Motor Cruisers, Crossover Cruisers, day boats, and cuddy cruisers. 

    Those who choose Cranchi aspire to the absolute best. 

Shepherds (Windermere) Ltd
The Marina
Bowness On Windermere
Cumbria
LA23 3JQ

Tel +44 (0) 015394 46004

info@shepherdsmarine.co.uk

Shepherds (Windermere) Ltd are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.