Discover the first model of the new "Corsa" line: the sportbridge with an Italian character
A new project is taking shape within the spaces of the Cranchi Yachts Research and Development Department: the Cranchi Sessantasette 67 Corsa.
Corsa, meaning race or running, is a word which has more affinity with freedom than with speed. It indicates a spontaneous way of moving and expressing oneself, a liberating act, the natural search for endorphins and pleasure, the desire to let oneself become drunk with passion, the moment and the outdoors.
The Sessantasette 67 ft Corsa is clearly derived from the Sessantasette 67 ft, the flybridge yacht which the Shipyard unveiled in 2022. The differences between the two models are immediately evident, however, if you compare the two profiles. The superstructure of the Corsa is significantly lighter: the third deck indeed takes on the typical sportbridge layout: an elegant mini-fly without t-top. This creates sleeker lines, giving the yacht a sporty character. The pulpit which juts out further compared to the flybridge model and the red colour accents which set the new model apart help reinforce this sensation.
The portion of the cockpit sheltered by the upper deck is deep and completely open at the stern to offer a view of the sea or marina free of obstructions. To the sides, two large windows with electric opening provide interplays of light and shadow which are extremely evocative and contribute to the natural ventilation of the area. In order to make this area – served by an extending table, a C-shaped couch and dinette with cooker, refrigerator, icemaker and retractable TV – as liveable as possible, there are also cooling vents for use at the hottest time of the day. Further to the stern, beyond the part covered by the flybridge, is a large sunbed with cushions at the same height as the sofas, to ensure the same uninterrupted view of the sea. For the same reason, the sunbed does not have a fixed backrest, but rather removable cushions which allow the part of the sunbed facing the cockpit to be used as a further seat, served by an original removable pivoting table.
The interior of the main deck is designed as an open space, nevertheless with three distinct areas: the living area with dinette, retractable TV, freestanding sofa and coffee table; the perfectly equipped galley; and the wheelhouse. The living area leads onto the stern outdoor seating area via an elegant glass door, while to starboard, at the level of the control panel, is a door which provides access to the gangways. This door, along with the fully opening door on the side of the galley and the electrically opening upwind companionway hatch, ensure excellent natural ventilation of the interior, as well.
The owner’s cabin is full beam, with double bed in a central position. In addition to the walk-in wardrobe, the suite has ample space for a sitting area with armchairs and coffee table (also ideal as a beauty corner), and a large bathroom designed with three distinct areas: the toilet and shower are, in fact, in separate rooms from the bathroom with its two washbasins. The latter, where light plays on smoked glass, is a continuation of the suite. In the three-cabin layout option, the owner's suite also has an office area which faces outwards on one side, to make the most of the natural light, and has a full-wall mirror on the opposite wall to further extend the perception of the space. The VIP cabin and guest cabin are also extremely spacious, both with their own bathroom and double bed. As an alternative to the office area connected to the owner's suite, you can opt for a fourth cabin with bunk beds.