After making its larger size debut just a year ago with the 64 Hardtop, Cranchi presents its second project for its ambitious fifty feet plus yacht program with the 66 Flybridge. Scheduled to debut in a couple days in Genoa the Sixty6 Flybridge will be Cranchi's biggest build and continues the styling we have seen with the 64. Huge glass surfaces abound on the 66, and the flybridge space seems also very large, although seating spaces seems to be limited, with the aft area left free. An optional hard top is also available for the fly. The main deck saloon seems an extension of what we have seen on the 64, with similar spaces and larger windows, left free of the galley which is located below. Accommodation is a total of four cabins, all located below. A full beam owners stateroom to mid ship, VIP suite to fore, third two single guest cabin to port side, and a fourth crew cabin with private shower heads located to aft. Of a very sport boat inspiration is the layout of the aft deck, although the semi glass, and fiber roof on top will remind you to be in a flybridge boat. Here is a nice wet bar, and a C-shaped settee with part sunbed. Power is from twin MAN 1400hp engines which should deliver a 33 knots max speed,and a 29 knots cruise.