Rare Italian offering on the West Coast. Very few Atlantique 50's in the U.S.

Quite stylish. Nice quality. Exceptional condition. Well equipped.

Transferable single-asset LLC.

New Intellian satellite TV system. Electric stow-away TV.

Beautiful and luxurious interior and exterior accommodations.

SOLD BY SALES AGENT Jeff West at 949-322-7825


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2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht for sale in Long Beach CA

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht for sale in San Pedro

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht for sale in Long Beach

During the wintertime in Manhattan, I often forget that I'm on an island. Sure, I'm aware the Hudson and East Rivers are chockablock with ferries, tugs, Coast Guard vessels, and myriad commercial boat traffic, but walking along the skyscraper-walled canyon of Madison Avenue tends to skew one's perspective.

Spring can't arrive soon enough. In late May the PMY crew starts spending evenings and weekends cruising the waterways around New York City aboard Office Ours, our company boat. While her moniker is always the same, we receive a new model each spring—it's research, dear reader. For 2007 PMY welcomes the largest Office Ours yet: the Cranchi Atlantique 50.

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Cockpit Seating

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Flybridge Helm

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Cockpit

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Flybridge Helm

As I boarded a 50 at Cranchi of Florida's quay in Pompano Beach and made my way to the flying bridge via teak steps, Office Ours' homeport of New York City was on my mind. Why? She was shoehorned among a gaggle of boats with a face dock about 55 feet off her bow, circumstances she'll likely face in her summertime quarters at Manhattan's North Cove Marina. So while Cranchi's James Clayton handled lines, I stood at the starboard helm, started the standard twin 575-hp Volvo Penta D9s, and assessed the situation via unobstructed sightlines in all directions except aft, where I could just discern the swim platform through the opening that leads down to the cockpit.

2008 Cranchi Yachts Atlantique 50 Cockpit2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Flybridge Stairwell

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Flybridge Layout

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Flybridge Grill

From the start, the 50 displayed agility that should serve her well over the summer. I goosed the Volvo Penta single-lever controls, and her 24x36 five-blade props got a good bite, allowing me to adroitly pivot the 50 right out of the slip, execute a tight S-turn, and make my way towards the Atlantic. Credit is also due to the low-end torque, generated by the powerplants and their Twin Disc transmissions with 1.77:1 reductions.

After a short trip up the canal, we reached the 14th Street bascule bridge just as it was closing; we'd be hung up for at least 15 minutes waiting for it to reopen. And so we encountered another set of circumstances thatPMY daytrippers will likely face this summer: station-keeping among other vessels and obstacles. Despite a strong oncoming tide, 15-mph gusts, and an ever-increasing number of boats, I was able to hold position with the throttles alone; not once did I need to reach for the Cranchi's wheel or the standard QL bow thruster.

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Salon Interior

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Salon Entertainment

Good timing and positioning allowed us to be the first through the bridge upon its opening, past the 1906 Fresnel-lensed Hillsboro Lighthouse, and into the Atlantic. Once we'd cleared the southern jetty, I firewalled the throttles and aimed the 50's bow into the two-foot chop as she reached an average top speed of 37 mph in less than 30 seconds. Her solid fiberglass hull and fiberglass-encapsulated, box-stringer system absorbed the chop with little fanfare, while I executed a 180-degree turn in just over two boat lengths sans the considerable lean that's seen on some high-profile vessels. Clayton explained that such transverse stability is achieved by utilizing low-weight Kevlar and carbon-fiber laminates in the flying bridge and superstructure, combined with a hull that features a sharp entry and almost-flat aft sections. In addition, a favorable longitudinal center of gravity allows installation of the powerplants deep in the hull; her two 201-gallon transverse fuel tanks are amidships, forward of the engines.

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Galley Kitchen

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Kitchen Galley

As Clayton explained this, I backed off the throttles and aimed for the Gulf Stream: At 25.8 mph and 2000 rpm, the 50 made 0.83 mpg, good for a range of 301 miles. With these kinds of numbers, I was already planning summer weekend jaunts from the stifling concrete jungle of Manhattan to a breezy anchorage off Newport.

I reluctantly relinquished the helm and took a seat at the bridge's aft C-shape settee. I could easily imagine the PMY crew up here. There's room for six on the settee and two more on the companion settee adjacent to the helm seat. Between the settees is a wet bar with barbecue and Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer, sweet standards that'll minimize trips below decks. A table at the C-shape settee is an ideal alfresco spot for lunch or dinner and easily converts into a sunpad for two by lowering the gas-assisted pedestal and adding some cushions. There's no hardtop, but shade seekers can duck under the standard bimini that can cover the forward half of or the entire flying bridge or retreat to the cockpit's L-shape settee, as the flying-bridge overhang shades its forward portion.

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Master Bed

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Master Stateroom

2008 Cranchi Atlantique Guest Bed

If it gets too hot, her saloon will beckon. Cooled by a standard 48,000-Btu chilled-water air conditioning system, it's flooded with light from large forward-facing and side windows as well as from a skylight. The interior is thoroughly modern: The designers chose to showcase horizontal planes, as seen in the port-side credenza, adjacent teak dining table, galley countertop, and the contemporary-style L-shape settee to starboard. Dark wenge wood accents play beautifully off a light cherry interior and standard teak soles. Some traditionalists may find the space too modern, but most will appreciate the saloon's 6'10” headroom and the light, airy feel. The same contrasting wood treatments are seen in her three staterooms, with modern touches echoed in the two heads by way of Frattini fixtures and basin-style glass sinks. (Power and MotorYacht)

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Yacht Guest Beds

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Guest Head Bathroom2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Guest Stateroom

2008 Cranchi Atlantique 50 Engine Room

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Hull Shape: Deep Vee
LOA: 51 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 2 in
LWL: 40 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 34440 lbs
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: D9 EVC 
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 675
Engine Power: 575 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: D9 EVC 
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 675
Engine Power: 575 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (148 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (402 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
DVD player
TV set
CD player
Cockpit speakers
Inside Equipment
Air conditioning
Electric head
Hot water
Battery charger
Microwave oven
Electric bilge pump
Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit shower
Swimming ladder
Cockpit table
Teak cockpit
Electric windlass
Cockpit cover
Bimini Top

Manufacturer Provided Description
The more similar the things are, the more important the differences. When can a flybridge be described as "beautiful"? This is the question to which, for a long time, the designers answered: "when the shape follows the function." Unfortunately, boats have more or less the same functions, and even at an aesthetic level the yhave started to become more similar. Today, mere functionality isn't enough: It's often the charm of a particullar design or detail that captures our attention, creating a deep emotion within us. We work day after day to produce this emotion, measuring ourselves against the successes obtained and the new ambitious goals to be reached. Cranchi Flybridge's are safe, reliable boats built using the most modern technologies and high quality materials. The great company know-how can be seen in the impeccable working of the fibreglass, in the absolute precision of the robots that operate in the Gelcoat spraying phase, in the onboard plant enginering, where the strict industrialised planning doesn't leave room for any ommissions. But its in the refinement of the trimmings skillfully carried out by our "specialists", that the difference between a cranchi and the other boats becomes unbridgeable.

Additional Description
  • Self-draining cockpit
  • Foldaway service sink
  • Rolling rubber hose
  • Small rubber hose to wash engine room
  • Side accomodation for water proof jackets
  • Buckskin, sponge and bucket
  • Fire extinguisher
  • N. 4 mooring lines
  • Divan with locker
  • Locking power-assisted hatch for access to engine room
  • Teak table with 2 chairs
  • Step for access to side deck teak laid
  • Cockpit and swimming platform floors teak-laid
  • Foldaway swimming ladder with folding retrieval handle
  • Storage locker on swimming platform with teak-laid hatch
  • Shower with mixer
  • 230 V shore power socket with shore power cable
  • Pressure reducer
  • Lighting

Additional Description
Interior Finish
  • Furniture in male-oak and wengé
  • Glossy laquer
  • Galley and toilet work tops made of Corian®
  • Fabrics: cotton, leather, Alcantara®
  • Internal compartment dividing walls made specifically for noise absorption, insulation and lightness

Additional Description
  • N. 2 batteries of 160 amp. 24 v. for the engine
  • N. 2 batteries of 200 amp. 24 v. for services
  • Power utilities provided with magnetothermal protectors
  • 32 Amp./h socket for shore power
  • 7,7 kva generator with own battery charger and own battery switch and muffler
  • 35 Amp./h automatic battery charger
  • 230 v. power sockets
  • Protector with differential fuse and individual surge protectors on all utilities
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Electrical panel switch for shore power/on-board generator
  • Complete cathode electrolysis protection for engines, fuel tanks, sea-intakes, rudders etc.
  • 63 amp/h windlass magnetothermal protector
  • Automatic battery switches with electrically controlled cut-in /out

Additional Description
  • Corian® worktop
  • Stove-top with 2 electric hotplates
  • S. steel sink with mixer
  • Microwave and grill oven
  • Lt. 190 refrigerator with power switch for 24/230 V
  • Dishwasher
  • Waste bin
  • Cutlery drawers
  • Cupboards and cabinets for stowing crockery
  • 230 V power socket
  • Water level gauge
  • Set of crockery and cuttlery, and glasses (6 pp.)
  • Saucepan set

Additional Description
Bilge Pumps
    1 automatic electric pump 120 lt./min. with manual switch for cabin compartment
  • 1 automatic electric pump 120 lt./min. with manual switch for engine compartment
  • 1 automatic electric pump 120 lt./min. with manual control for stern storage compartment
  • 1 hand pump for engine room
  • 1 hand pump for the cabin compartment
  • Bilge micro suction system in engine compartment.
Fire Extinguishers
  • N. 2 automatic fire extinguishers in engine compartment
  • N. 1 manual fire extinguisher in the cabin
  • N. 1 manual fire extinguisher in the cockpit

Additional Description
  • Access to engine compartment and fuel tank via cockpit and saloon hatch with s. steel ladder
  • Engine room sound proofed
  • Engines installed on anti-vibration and s. steel transverse supports
  • Stainless steel side air vents for compartment ventilation
  • S. steel mufflers
  • Underwater engine exhaust gas system with by-pass for better dispersal of exhaust fumes
  • Ventilation
  • Engine compartment lighting
  • Portable emergency lamp
  • direct-shaft with s. steel shafts and AB2 alloy counter-rotating propellers
  • Balanced AB2 alloy rudders
  • Oil-hydraulics shaft gland with A.V.S. Joint (anti-vibration-system)
  • Water and rubber hose connection to wash the engine room

Additional Description
  • Removable bow extension
  • Bow storage locker for mooring lines
  • Anchor winch remote control
  • 1200 W electric winch with control (flybridge) with winch for retrieving lines (warping bell)
  • Chaincounter on flybridge helm position
  • Water connection for chain washing
  • 20 kg. Bruce anchor ? 50m/10mm chain
  • Shower on bow
  • Bow sun pads
  • 5 kW bow thruster
  • Hydraulic passerelle with remote control
  • 2 bow, 4 spring, 4 stern AISI 316 s. steel cleats
  • S. steel pulpit with front opening, and s. steel filiere
  • Bow fender holder for n. 6 felders
  • S. steel deck handles and guardrails
  • S. steel rubbing band
  • Directional searchlight
  • Horn
  • Dual s. steel fuel filler caps
  • Dual fuel tank air vent with anti-flame /anti-spray net
  • S. steel water filler cap
  • Dual water tank air vent
  • S. steel port and starboard discharge suppers
  • Navigation lights
  • Bow and stern ?U? hooks
  • Hydraulic trim tabs
  • Moulded non-slip deck
  • Owner?s manual

Main Standard Features
  • 1200W electric winch
  • Bow thruster 5 Kw
  • 7,7 Kva generator
  • Ice-maker
  • BBQ cooking grate
  • Hydraulic passerelle with teak floor and remote control
  • 2 refrigerators (cabin/flybridge)
  • GPS + chartplotter (colour)
  • Autopilot
  • VHF DSC (double station)
  • Anchor winch remote control
  • Tridata echo/speed log/temp. dual station
  • Rudder angle indicator
  • Trim tabs indicator
  • Search light
  • Flybridge bimini top
  • Chain meters counter (fly bridge)
  • Buckskin/sponge/bucket
  • Flybridge sun cushion and bow one
  • Covers for dashboard, pilot seat and divans
  • Cockpit and swimming platform teak-laid floors
  • Vacuum flush WC
  • N. 4 mooring lines
  • 1 CD/radio in saloon with 6 CD radios in cabins
  • TV antenna and wiring
  • Galley teak and saloon floor teak laid
  • Cranchi® set of crockery, cuttlery and glasses (6 pp.)
  • Saucepan set
  • First aid kit
  • Safe in master cabin
  • N. 1 manual fire extinguisher in the cabin and n. 1 manual fire extinguisher in the cockpit
  • N. 2 automatic fire extinguishers in the engine room

Engine Notes
  • Volvo Penta 2 x D9 EVC (2x500 HP)
  • Volvo Penta 2 x D9 EVC (2x575 HP)

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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