Fabio Planamente, one of the shipyard’s owners, has unveiled a world premiere at Düsseldorf Boat Show. The newborn Pardo Yachts is the Pardo 60 Endurance. After the international success of the open walkaround range (the Pardo 38, Pardo 43 and Pardo 50, for over 100 boats sold in two years), Pardo Yachts, launches the challenge to the world of trawler boats, the hulls that are born for long cruises, also considering the flybridge with which the boat is equipped.
The Pardo 60 will be the new flagship of Pardo Yachts and is a boat that was born to sail a lot, in total comfort with autonomy in navigation. The boat aims to sail in displacement at 10/12 knots and to glide at 25 knots. The hull lines have been studied using CFD analysis to have low consumption, controlled speed and a silent and safe navigation to sail at night.
Davide Leone, who is responsible for the naval architecture of the project, has designed a hull optimized for IPS transmission. The maximum beam of more than five meters allows exploiting the width of the boat both to obtain large internal volumes and to have better performance when the boat glides at higher speeds.
Massimo Gino from Nauta Design took care of the interiors of the project instead: a very bright boat that combines white lacquerings with light teak. An element that gives elegance and class on board.
The layout was developed by Cantiere del Pardo. The main deck is characterized by fold-down bulwarks that create a new relaxation and socializing area on the cockpit and deckhouse side. The kitchen and bar are positioned aft and have windows that can be opened towards the walls, to create two relaxation areas with a bar outside the kitchen.
Dining and lounge are located further forward on a raised area for panoramic views. The layout designed by the Shipyard for the lower deck is a classic three cabins and three bathrooms, including that of the owner. Great importance has been given to the owner’s cabin. This one is characterized by spaces and stowages, great brightness, given both by the light coming through the hull windows and by this winning mix of white and teak colours.