Belfast, Maine, United States
"The Cranchi boasts excellent mileage (about 30 percent more fuel efficiency than a similar-sized boat powered by conventional inboards), brisk acceleration, a quiet ride, and easy maneuvering thanks to the joystick installed at the helm. The helm is interesting too, as it’s set on centerline and features two slick bucket seats." ~ Boats.Com
Dominus is in like new condition and presents like a much newer boat. With just over 320 hours on the Volvo Penta D11 700 hp engines, and pods, she offers exceptional value on the current market. Beautifully designed and built, Dominus will cruise nimbly, in style and safely. This is an amazing vessel.
"The history of Cranchi Yachts is inextricably linked to Lake Como. In fact, it was on the shore of the lake that Giovanni Cranchi opened his first workshop in San Giovanni di Bellagio in 1866. The official founding of his artisan business came a few years later in 1870, the year the company was registered to build wooden boats. Cars were not yet on the road, but the first Cranchi boats were already taking to the water, beginning a journey that would continue across the world’s seas to this day.
A long and fascinating journey takes us from the first wooden boats built in Giovanni Cranchi’s workshop at the end of the 19th century to the modern yachts built using composite materials and cutting-edge technology in the shipyard’s factories today.
The baton has been passed down in the family for several generations. Truly unique on the international scene, the shipyard has carried out its activities independently under the management of the Cranchi family since 1870, and they still own the company today, together with the Monzino family who joined in 1970.
Not far from Lake Como, the two Cranchi Yachts plants are part of a highly automated production system that is universally recognised as a benchmark for the nautical sector. Industrial activities take place in healthy environments, where humidity and temperature are kept under control to optimise working conditions and the structural performance of the products and to guarantee the quality and sustainability of the production cycle." ~ Cranchi Yachts
"Creative, eclectic, enthusiastic. Christian Grande earned credibility in the nautical world from a very young age and soon joined the shortlist of the world’s leading names in yacht design. Christian Grande’s talent, which goes beyond designing elegant lines, shines as he builds on the concepts and hull and volume studies developed by the Cranchi Research Development Department. Cranchi Yachts asks Grande to envision the perfect yachting experience and create a world where the Cranchi customer feels perfectly satisfied.
You need to be able to see things from several different vantage points, to see the big picture while also addressing the finest details with care. You have to impress and surprise without necessarily looking for the wow effect: people who choose Cranchi are experienced and value-conscious; they are looking for style that is refined and not just trendy. ~ Cranchi Yachts
The large pilothouse area is the social area of the boat with expansive views of the surrounding waters, a variety of seating and the ability to open the space to outside by retracting the sunroof and opening up the back enclosure or keep it protected and climate controlled.
The main electrical distribution panel is located at the top of the companionway from the pilot salon to the lower salon. The panel features battery meters, remote battery switches, AC and DC breakers and indicator lights and generator control panel
24 Volt DC System
12 Volt DC System
230 Volt AC System
"Creative, eclectic, enthusiastic. Christian Grande earned credibility in the nautical world from a very young age and soon joined the shortlist of the world’s leading names in yacht design. Christian Grande’s talent, which goes beyond designing elegant lines, shines as he builds on the concepts and hull and volume studies developed by the Cranchi Research Development Department. Cranchi Yachts asks Grande to envision the perfect yachting experience and create a world where the Cranchi customer feels perfectly satisfied." ~ Cranchi Yachts
The interior is tastefully finished with a modern combination of light wood walls and off white surfaces with fabric covered panels, wood cabin soles and deep brown and black accents. Abundant light is provided by large hull ports, both open and fixed, and well placed lighting.
In addition to the accommodations below the pilothouse area above functions as another living space that blurs the boundaries between inside and outside and provides a great entertaining area.
Featuring dark paneling offset by white work surfaces the Galley is centrally located at the base of the companionway steps offering great access to the lower dining area and the upper entertaining and outdoor living space. Of special consideration:
At the base of the companionway steps to starboard and opposite and just forward of the galley is the modern and beautifully designed dinning area with structured seating, table, TV and marine stereo system. In more detail this area features:
The forward cabin is just forward of the salon and galley and boasts a large walk around centerline queen berth with custom fitted duvet, amazing visibility from the fixed ports port and starboard and the usage of mirrored surfaces to increase the lighting and also to give the feel of a much larger cabin. Just aft and to port is the VIP cabin head accessed from the cabin that is also the guest cabin head with an entrance from the salon and the day head. Further items of note:
Dominus is ingenious in its usage of space and effectively using all available space for comfort, storage and usability. The guest cabin in no exception. Located just aft of the companionway to starboard, this cabin features offset sing upper and lower bunks. Also of note:
Continuing aft past the guest cabin and the additional salon storage lockers is the large owners cabin with lots of space, well thought out creature comforts, ensuite head and much more. Also of note:
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Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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