Cantiere del Pardo uncovered the new Pardo GT52 galley-down and galley-up layouts. The new yacht is created for owners who look for spacious and comfortable volumes but without sacrificing performance.
The new 52-footer is based on the continuity between the interior and exterior spaces. It is characterized by clean hull lines, with an inverted bow, and an exterior layout that emphasizes the relaxation areas. On the Pardo GT52, three people can be comfortably accommodated on the bow sundeck, and another eight can be accommodated in the stern area, seated around the dining table, which can be transformed into a second sundeck. Also in the stern area, the platform allows a tender or a jet ski to be placed.
The interiors of the GT52 are designed with the idea of creating living spaces that are typical of a luxury apartment. The master cabin features increased volume and is rotated with the head bed oriented on the side to ensure better circulation in the cabin, connected to a large bathroom with a shower at the bow. The VIP cabin features a bathroom and a crew cabin. The architecture of the spaces allows two layout options: galley up and galley down. With the first one, it is possible to have a lounge area with TV or a third cabin with a bunk bed on the lower deck level, with the second one, the square of the dinette is even bigger and the galley below deck is even more equipped for use even in colder weather conditions.
The lounge on the main deck of the yacht is protected by the superstructure and can be completely opened towards the stern, the door of the lounge and the two aft windows make it possible to put the latter in direct connection with the large and functional cockpit, or to separate the lounge from the outside by creating an internal area that can be conditioned or heated. In the top there is a large sliding roof for optimal ventilation. The sidewalks go up to the deck level.
The engine room of the GT52 is prepared to receive the upgrade of the Volvo hybrid engine, a solution that will soon guarantee performance with the lowest possible influence on the marine environment.
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