Creature comforts are plentiful aboard this Cranchi Atlantique 48 launched in 2004. Curved panels and doors in high-gloss cherry joinery throughout, sweeping style salon and three well appointed cabins.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 51 ft 5 in
Beam: 14 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 1 in
Displacement: 15000 kgs
Forward master cabin with walkaround double bed and en-suite bathroom. Midship VIP guest cabin, situated to port, with double bed is sharing a bathroom with the midship twin guest cabin, situated to starboard, with twin beds. Crew cabin for one person.
Buttery soft leather, fine silk, and cotton combine with brilliant cherry and teak finishes throughout the interior. Satellite TV Plasma TVs and receiver in all cabins Inmarsat phone & fax
Galley / Laundry
Standard equipment Ice maker Washing machine
Mechanical / Electrical
The engine space is well laid out, with two large hatches providing easy access to all equipment. Unusual for a boat this size, there’s plenty of room to get at all sides and the top of both engines. The Fisher Panda genset is even more accessible, located directly beneath the aft engine room hatch. Also notable, the air conditioning system is a three-zone, 48,000-BTU Marine Air system. To cut the start-up load on the genset, the system uses a pair of 24,000-BTU chillers that are located inside the engine room to reduce noise in the accommodation space. Bowthruster Watermaker 11 kVA generator
Radar Plotter GPS Autopilot Comb. radar / plotter on flybridge
Teak deck in cockpit Hydraulic gangway Bimini
Life raft for six persons with stainless steel holder
Small tender with 2.5hp outboard
History & Construction
The generous dead rise in her deep-V hull is one reason for her superb handling in a seaway. Equally important, though, a low center of gravity provides a stable ride. To keep the weight low and reduce rolling motion, Cranchi places the 48’s engines deep into the hull and builds her superstructure and flying bridge of lightweight laminates that include DuPont Kevlar and carbon fiber.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.