- 43 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- IPS 600S
- Number of Engines
- Engine Hours
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION! MUST SELL NOW!! This model was built specifically to handle the Volvo IPS drives! She's a well-designed, euro-styled express that combines the latest in technology with spacious accommodations and Italian craftsmanship.
Her twin 435HP Volvo IPS600S Drives will cruise her at a comfortable, economical 30MPH with a top end approaching 40MPH, while maneuvering dockside with ease! Well equipped with Fisher Panda Genset, Raymarine electronics package, Tropical chilled water A/C, 2 large staterooms/2 heads, Bimini top w/enclosure, bow sunpads, windlass, teak cockpit and MUCH MORE!
Motivated owner is moving up and wants her sold! Why settle for "old school" when you can have the "latest and greatest"...
- Displacement: 25,320#
- Total Power: 435 hp
- Two spacious staterooms with Master at bow and VIP amidships (w/small settee), both with ensuite heads and flat screen TV's. Cabin has leather settee and dining table to port.
- Stylish yet functional galley S/S Isotherm Refrigerator/Freezer S/S Sink Two Burner Cooktop Coffeemaker Sharp Carousel Microwave Oven
- Deck & Hull
- Windlass Cockpit Wet Bar/BBQ w/Refrigerator/Icemaker Dual Transom Gates Teak Cockpit Underwater Lights Dual Sunpads @ Bow Triple Bolster-style Helm seats Rear-facing Sunlounge at helm Wrap-around Cockpit Seating Electric Teak Table at transom converts to sunlounge Electrically operated Engine Hatch Canvas/Eisenglass
- Functional Raymarine Electronics Package Ray 240 VHF Raymarine E120 combo GPS/Chart/Radar Raymarine Smart Pilot Autopilot Raymarine Tridata Volvo Digital Engine Gauges (2) Sharp Aquos Flat Screen TV's Clarion Stereo CD
- Fisher Panda 8kw genset 34,000 BTU Tropical Chilled Water A/C
- Here is an excerpt from the Power & Motor Yacht magazine Boat Test of the 43 Cranchi: "…I've long had an affinity for Cranchis. Maybe it's because of the fine Italian craftsmanship evident in their construction or their stylish look that's contemporary but not overly so. Or it could be the spirited performance and the solid, secure feeling that I've come to expect from Cranchi. Certainly, the keynote feature of the 43 is her IPS and the implications of it on maneuverability, performance, and efficiency. I'll address each of those issues in due course, but the other major ramification of IPS stems from engine placement: With the engines farther aft, there's more space on the lower deck for accommodations. While some owners will certainly use the (traditional) bow stateroom as the master, I expect that an equal number will claim the roomy midcabin stateroom as their own. Either way, guests will feel well-accommodated. The same philosophy was evident in the engine room. Rams lift a big hatch in the aft deck, allowing unencumbered access to both the Volvo Penta diesels and the systems surrounding them. Between the engines, batteries are mounted in boxes along the centerline, keeping their weight as low as possible. Equipment foundations are made of either stainless steel or plastic; to keep maintenance to a minimum, there's no wood. One thing conspicuous by its absence in the saloon was noise, specifically air-conditioner noise. The business end of the whopping 38,000-Btu chilled-water A/C system is back under the aft deck, so even when coping with Florida heat and humidity on a sweltering July day, the lower deck was cool and quiet. Using the highly intuitive IPS joystick, she maneuvered the 43 with ease. And taking a turn at the helm myself, I was (again) impressed by how easy boat handling can be, thanks to Volvo Penta's IPS and joystick system. I was also impressed by the boat's positive helm response, again due to the IPS drives, which have no rudders but instead vector the propeller thrust for steering. Acceleration was swift and sure, thanks to dual counter-rotating props and a horizontal shaft angle that are inherent in IPS. Cranchi's attention to weight control coupled with the efficiency of the IPS drive yielded a top speed of more than 39 mph while delivering 0.9 miles per gallon. And at best cruise, she can boast 1.33 miles per gallon at almost 30 mph. Those are exceptional numbers for a boat of this size and style.While much of the 43 HT's appeal stems from her choice of propusion system, Cranchi has done its share by delivering a smart-looking, well-thought-out boat that should make her stand out from others in the IPS crowd. She's an exceptional yacht with a lot to offer..."
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