||Length: 15 m
|Speed: 20 Knots
||Engine: 2 x 715 hp
||Beam: 4,3 m
||Fuel cons: 200 l/h
The Cranchi 50 foot charter vessel has 3 cabins meaning it can sleep six.
The master cabin has a circular double bed and en suite so you can freshen up after a day at sea in the Balearics. There is also ample clothes hanging space in one of the cupboards. This cabin also includes an LCD TV, Air conditioning unit, audio system and has plenty of space around the bed for movement.
Underneath the central cockpits are a tight double room and a twin room (twin often used for the crew; depending on configuration). Again, both contain hanging space for your clothes during your stay on the charter yacht in Ibiza and Formentera.
The central hub of the boat is the lounge area. This contains a roomy kitchen (oven, hob, fridge/freezer, sink, kettle, toaster etc), and a spacious seating area opposite surrounding an oak drop down table. The C shaped sofa brings everyone together making Ibiza, feel like home.
Up on deck are the double seated helm and all navigational controls. Opposite are a further 2 seats. Behind this is one of the larger relaxation areas available on charter yachts of this size in Ibiza.
Enough space for all guests around a round table; perfect functionality of design aboard the yacht. This boat really is ‘spacey’ so even further aft is one of 2 lounge areas with sunbeds facing the stern of the boat. The second sun bathing area is at the bow of the charter boat – just a narrow walk away from the main deck. Also, at the rear is a compartment for hiding an optional extra dinghy to help get to the Ibizan shore if mooring out in a bay. A diving board also comes out of the stairs on the port side of the boat.
Other than the gorgeous design that will turn heads in Ibiza, this charter boat will power along at a comfortable 20 knots with scope for a faster max speed of 65kph. The boat will burn 200L of fuel per hour from its 1825L fuel capacity at cruising speed from its 2x 715hp Volvo Penta inboard engines. The boat also has 6 fenders for mooring in tight Ibizan berths – of which there are 4.