As 2020 fast approaches, Cranchi Yachts is preparing to celebrate 150 years of its history. This is an extraordinary achievement by any company in any industry and gives Cranchi huge accolade to their celebrations starting in January of 2020. To mark this celebration Cranchi Yachts has planned the worldwide premiere of its new flagship, the Cranchi 78 Settantotto at the Boot Düsseldorf. The 78 Settantotto has a huge spotlight of occasion set upon it, so what can we expect from the new Cranchi flagship?
A day trip on the 33 SeaWalker, with its unique open spaces, feels like going for a stroll on water. The walk-around by Fiart, premiered at the Milan Fashion Week and the Genoa International Boat Show, features a surprising variety of colours and Fiart Mare’s hallmark versatility, with a multifunctional cockpit and 4 berths. WSB takes a closer look at this Italian designed Fiart.
The Atlantis brand completes its line with an impressively liveable boat under ten meters, Atlantis 34. It features two Volvo Penta D3 engines with Duoprop sterndrive enabling it to reach speeds of up to 32 knots. We at WSB take a closer look to see what’s behind this new sports cruiser from Atlantis.
Queen yachts have launched their new Queen 86. Designed by Architects Vienna & Locarno of the TDF Studio in Milan, with the support of the technical staff of Queens Yachts, and built by Flag Marine shipyard. The flagship model from Queen Yachts has been another step forward for the Italian brand and encapsulates new design and innovation.
Italian boat builder Fiart Mare has launched their new flagship model the Epica 58. Fiart Mare’s continuing range expansion sees their new flagship enter the 50 foot plus market supported by their under 50 foot learnings. Fiart Mare has a distinct design and feel that is unmistakable, dare we say it that the Italian brand has a certain soul and flair that surrounds its range and its something you will notice when you come into contact with the Fiart Mare Epica 58.