Luxurious and elegant sport cruiser: it’s the Franchini Mia 63

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Franchini Yachts, with its more than 70 years in business, is one of the shipyards that have made nautical history in Italy. The Adriatic shipyard has designed a boat available in different layouts to meet the needs of any owner. We are talking about the Mia 63, a sport boat that also has all the characteristics of a cruiser, however.

DISCOVER THE VERSIONS OF MY 63 HERE

The cruiser to be sewn on

The base of the
Mine 63
is an 18-meter hull (19 with appendages) on which the owner can decide to “build” the layout he or she prefers. There are as many as four different possibilities, Open, T-Top, Hard Top and SportFly, and within these versions further choices can be made according to the owner’s wishes. Galley on deck or below deck, one-, two-, or three-cabin layouts, with the option of always having a crew cabin. Do you want to feel 100% speed when browsing, and thus choose the Open version, or take advantage of every inch of available space and have a protected location, with the SportFly version?

Even in the interior it is more than a semi-custom boat

Below deck, the total floor area of the Mia 63 reaches 55 m², with plenty of variations planned, designed by architect Marco Veglia, to be proposed to the owner. In the rooms below deck, you can decide to have only the living and sleeping area, with a kitchen and dining table on deck, and use all the interior space to make a gym or private study as well. In terms of graphics and colors, too, there are different proposals, to meet the taste of the owner, without ever sacrificing attention to detail and quality of materials.

Contact the shipyard to build your custom boat

To learn in detail about all the solutions proposed by Franchini Yachts for the customization of the Mia 63, just visit its booth at Milan Yachting Week. You can contact the site directly and ask them any questions you want.

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