Crazy Me? or are you Crazy Too?

Built to be the chase-boat for Crazy Me the Hessen built superyacht owned by  Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawiris, Crazy Too is a unique boat, a concentration of performance, technology and design.

Powered by twin Caterpillar C32 Acert engines with 1724Hp each, the new 58HT stands out at a first glance for a custom coloured black hull and hardtop, with a deck entirely wrapped in a “carbon look” vinyl film, applied by the Wild Group .

The interiors are equally customised with a three cabin layout that has been masterfully designed by Cristiano Gatto Design to suit the owner’s tastes.

In detail, the layout includes a single cabin to starboard with an en-suite bathroom also accessible from the salon as a day bathroom, a twin guest cabin to port with an en-suite bathroom, an open space salon area with a very comfortable L-shaped couch, and a fully equipped kitchen area complete with a 16 bottle custom wine cellar.  Finally, forward is the full-beam master cabin with en-suite bathroom.

The customised chase boat pushes the electronics envelope, both audio/visual and navigational.

The custom built AV system on board Crazy Too, adopts the same sophisticated entertainment found aboard Crazy Me. It delivers impressive power that is difficult to find out on boats of this size, and everything is managed by iPhone and mini iPads.

Crazy Me a 50 M Hessen launched in 2013

The cockpit has 6 Revel High End Speakers driven by a fully-scalable audio distribution system that delivers high-output audiophile sound quality with 400W per channel! 

The M7 satellite dome allows guests to watch prime television from satellites worldwide, including the UK, Europe and Egypt.

On the navigational side, to suit the wide cruising range and the experienced and demanding crew on board, a radar and electronic chart system typically found on workboats was selected for Crazy Too.

The Transas NaviSailor 4000 MFD software suite gives professional route planning and target tracking features typically found on commercial vessels. An approved daylight view panel computer, manufactured by Hatteland Display, guarantees the availability of essential information to the Captain at both midday and midnight.

The high speed radar antenna ensures targets do not pass unnoticed at high cruising speeds, and an Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponder allows traffic to be safely negotiated.