New 2024

Sessantasette 67 Corsa

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Sessantasette 67 Corsa

The sportbridge with an Italian character

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 Corsa is clearly derived from the Sessantasette 67, 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. 

Lifestyle pozzetto

The Sessantasette 67 Corsa features an original selection of materials, as can already be seen on the external deck. The caulking of the teak is grey, while the sunbed and seats featuring an elegant contrasting interplay with the vertical surfaces in black leather and the horizontal ones upholstered in lighter fabrics, always with a subtle but evident red bead at the junction between the two tones. These are also stylistic choices which make the character of the yacht's real emotional centre special: the stern cockpit, which is effectively a large outdoor seating area with a Mediterranean flavour. The space offered in the Corsa version is even more generous than that in the flybridge version, precisely because this area is designed for meals, socialising and relaxation at any time of day.

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 sunbed is located above the hangar door. In the outside part of the door are stereo speakers to entertain the guests enjoying the beach area. The station features a lift allowing it to raise, lower and move forwards to facilitate launching and recovery of the toys and to ensure the highest levels of comfort for those choosing to relax on the beach area. Opening the door leads to a convenient shower and a garage with sufficient space to house a 3.25 metre tender.

Sessantasette Corsa Pilot house

On the side of the cockpit occupied by the kitchenette is a spectacular staircase with floating treads leading to the flybridge, furnished with corner sofa and sunbed. This is the ideal place to experience sunsets both when anchored and cruising, making use of then compact steering console which allows all the yacht's systems to be controlled.

The concept of the Corsa line excludes the presence of a t-top, a choice which, as well as providing a sleeker profile for the yacht, ensures a lower and more stable centre of gravity and an overall lighter vessel, the latter bolstered by the use of carbon fibre in many components, including the elegant radar mast. The flybridge area can nevertheless be sheltered by a sail sunshade which attaches to four removable rods housed in the lockers incorporated in the sofa. An identical solution can also be used in the part of the cockpit not covered by the flybridge.

Forward of the main deck is an innovative open air living area. In addition to the large sundeck with adjustable backrest, this area offers a real living room set-up with a sofa (in the sailing direction) and two facing armchairs with pivoting tables.

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 pilot station is placed centrally for an optimal view, and the large comfortable captain's chair is flanked by a twin seat to make this space welcoming and sociable. The navigation panel is equipped with the very best that electronics can offer today, allowing the owner to manoeuvre the boat and manage all home automation and entertainment systems with ease.

The staircase leading to the lower deck areas opens up in front of the pilot station. The layout and furnishings of the lower deck are the same as in the flybridge version, with the possibility for purchasers to choose between versions with three or four cabins.

MASTER SUITE - Inclusive of the owner's cabin, bathroom, and wardrobe, the combined area reaches an impressive 21.5 sqm
MASTER SUITE - On one side, the walk-in closet boasts its own window, while two comfortable chairs and a hidden vanity table await your indulgence
MASTER SUITE - A queen-sized storage bed with a memory foam mattress stands at the cabin's center, flanked by nightstands and a sleek 55-inch TV unit
The VIP CABIN is equipped with a double bed, a bathroom with separate shower, large wardrobes, and a beauty corner
The GUEST CABIN is equipped with a double storage bed with memory foam mattresses, the cabin is placed in a longitudinal direction, to give the best comfort. The bed is framed by its leather headboard, made of chrome steel details
The VIP cabin view, from the entrance, is hide by a wall with the TV: this solution guarantees total privacy, just like on larger yachts
The GUEST CABIN features a wardrobe, with recessed tv on the side and framed by nubuck leather panels, and a piece of wall furniture that houses both the radio control and the vanity desk that can be revealed if necessary

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.

Further astern are the crew quarters, with two separate beds and a bathroom with shower.

Thanks to the Cranchi Atelier programme, three décor choices developed by Christian Grande are also available for the Sessantasette 67 Corsa. The internationally renowned designer has selected and combined metals, stones, woods and fabrics to best bring out and enhance the yacht's environments, creating three different moods; all expressions of a refined taste, tending towards a more traditional or else a more contemporary style. The choices are inspired by the aesthetic canons of Italian design, starting with the names chosen for the three décor lines: Siracusa, Pisa and Milan.

Cranchi Sessantasette 67 Corsa: three interior design proposals

The new model features the same technological equipment and the advanced home automation and entertainment system as the Sessantasette 67, as well as identical engines. The engine room indeed houses two Volvo Penta D13 in-line six-cylinder engines, each capable of providing 1000 HP when necessary. Alongside two IPS3 pods, they form a compact, reliable and manageable solution which, combined with the lower overall weight of the yacht compared to the flybridge version, ensures even smoother sailing and further reduced fuel consumption.

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Sessantasette 67



Side view
Side view
Main Deck
Main Deck
Lower Deck Owner cabin with studio
Lower Deck
Owner cabin with studio
Lower Deck Extra guest cabin
Lower Deck
Extra guest cabin

Technical data

Length overall
20,80 m / 68 ft 3 in
Hull length
18,73 m / 61 ft 5 in
Beam max
5,45 m / 17 ft 10 in
Hull beam
5,40 m / 17 ft 9 in
Dry weight
41 000 kg / 90 400 lb
1,6 m / 5 ft 3 in
Fuel capacity
4 000 l / 880 UK gal / 1 056 US gal
Fresh water capacity
900 l / 198 UK gal / 238 US gal
Waste water tank capacity
300 l / 66 UK gal / 79 US gal
Grey waste water capacity
200 l / 44 UK gal / 53 US gal
Tender garage dimensions
Up to Williams SportJet 325
Maximum capacity of passengers
18 people / 18 persone
Aldo Cranchi
Centro Studi Ricerche
Art Direction
Christian Grande
CE Category

Engine options

Sessantasette 67 Corsa
Volvo Penta
2 x D13 IPS 1350 / 2 x 1000 HP / 2 x 735 kW
Performance data sheet

Press review

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