July 22, 2014

Project: Sciallino Sc 36 Trentasei

It takes courage to re-invent one self, but Sciallino a North West Liguria region Italian brand builder of traditional Italian Gozzo fishing boat translated into a cruiser is doing just this since about a year. For this operation Sciallino brought in designer Luca Maschera, who got duty to present a totally new line of models. The Sc 36 Trentasei will be the largest of the new projects so far on offer, and are all distinctive for respecting tradition with a twist in modernity. As the rendering of the Sc 36 shows the new Sciallino gives pride to what the Italian company stood for in years. Going into the technical side the new Sciallino will be direct line shaft powered, but offers a large portfolio of engines; in the case of the Sc 36 five from a single Volvo 435hp up to twin VM 350hp.  Interior wise the Sciallino will boast more choices then ever and unlike the old models available only in mahogany wood, the new ones have options for maple, oak, teak, and walnut trims. The standard layout of the Sc 36 is offered in two cabins sleeping four with a dinette and kitchen on the main deck behind the helm. But an option also exists here; with the midships cabin available with three berths instead of two, or all the lower deck possible to have in a full open plan layout.