In an end of season marked by big announcements and news, Cantiere del Pardo is also making its voice heard, announcing in Cannes the new flagship of the Pardo Yachts fleet.: the Pardo GT75. Positioned between the Walkaround and Endurance ranges, the new 75-footer would appear to combine elegance and functionality, offering interior volumes combined with lines worthy of a 22.86-meter performance vessel.
Pardo GT75 (22m)
Offered in Tender Garage or Beach variants, the GT75 will also offer several options regarding interior layouts, and will be able to accommodate up to 10 guests. The possible engines will also be particularly diverse, with offerings ranging from a combination of 3 900-hp IPSs up to 3 1350 horsepower each.
Pardo GT 75 – Exterior
Strong, clean and thoroughly contemporary lines developed by Nauta Design for a design that evokes a remarkable family feeling, in the full tradition of the shipyard. The inverted bow, like the accentuated wheel, balances well an otherwise absolutely slender forward hull, thus accentuating not only the performance qualities of the hull, but also giving the dead work a pleasing design, especially in the final soaring, where from the flotation we find a design aesthetically rewarding, with the boat appearing to soar toward the starboard bow.
On deck, starting aft, we first find the first major distinction between the two versions: swim platform and cockpit conformation. In the variant Tender Garage the cockpit layout is in fact designed to accommodate, aft of the C-shaped settee located at the top, an extremely large and electrically liftable sundeck. Obviously, it is within the compartment thus obtained that the tender would be placed, a solution from which the name of the version is derived. To expand the spaces, the aft section of the bulwarks is eventually folded down, thus providing two open balconies cantilevered over the sea.
In the case of the variant
on the other hand, the entire aft area of the Pardo GT75 is designed to be transformed into a terrace on the sea, to which access is provided not only by the stairs descending from the cockpit, but also by theprivate access to the owner’s cabin. Here, another major difference from the Tender Garage version, the retractable bulwarks are not limited to the upper aft section, but proceed down almost to the swim platform offering, instead of two balconies, two large raised terraces that can also be used at different angles as needed.
Regardless of the variant, the deck of the Pardo GT75 then continues with a C-shaped sofa placed just before the access to the upper deck while, accessible via well-protected broadside corridors, there is then a very well-equipped forward lounging area. In fact, we find here a large C-shaped sofa with coffee table and, a little further forward, a huge sundeck with an off-center back, ideal for making it either a chaise longue toward the bow or a sofa opposite the previous one, just aft.
Pardo GT 75 – Interior
As for the interior, again in the case of the GT75 the design was entrusted to Nauta Design, who were particularly adept in this case at combining sophistication and efficiency, both in terms of furnishings and space. First, except for the differentiation between the owner’s cabins dictated by the layout
, we have a main interior option:
. In the case of the Galley Down option, a large galley will be available on the lower deck, in conjunction with the lounge area present amidships. Alternatively, in the Gally Up case, the lounge area will occupy the full-beam midship, moving the galley, presumably, to the upper deck. Overall, however, beyond these layout-related details, the accommodation space will vary greatly as needed. Combinations designed to accommodate two, three, or even four cabins are available, for a total of up to 10 beds.
Pardo GT 75 – Data Sheet
|Length Over All (LOA)
|3 x D13 IPS 900
|3 x D13 IPS 1050 / 1200 / 1350
|2 / 3 / 4
|up to 10
|3 + 1 crew