Cranchi build a boat to a very competitive price. No Bed spreads, sheets??? It is possible that the owner forgot to thick the optional box or the dealer did not tell him? I would imagine teak deck to be thin in a Cranchi as it remains a boat build to be the most competitive around. I am not sure if they use laminated teak on the new ones as the old ones, and if they still put Iroko instead of teak. Saw that on some new smaller Cranchi's as well back in the past. Some access points in an overly spacious lower deck will end up being hard to get. Walking away from sportfish or explorer type yachts it is more or less the same in every brand, more so today with large midships cabins then yesterday. Anyways Cranchi wins the game for price versus quality. If you want top level and are ready to pay a premium I would say look somewhere else. I am not a fan of Cranchi, in them I hate the excess use of plastic, and some below par details as cleats and stainless steel works, but to be fair at the price they manage to fit there boats in the market and the quality trade off owners pay, it is a super result. I speak with a lot of European surveyors about Cranchi and while some small details are stupid (personally I do not want them) they never say a real bad thing about them.