At the Cannes Yachting Festival, Pardo Yachts presented the Pardo GT75, its top-of-the-range crossover model that is available with exterior and interior styling by Nauta Design. The 23-metre weekend runabout comes in Tender Garage and Beach versions, and GT or T-top.
The Tender Garage version has an aft deck on three cascading levels. Behind the sliding glass doors to the main salon is a C-shaped sofa and hi-lo table. There is a large sunbed that lifts up to reveal the tender garage underneath with room for a Williams 380 on an intermediate level. The lowest level features a sofa integrated in between the stairs, the swim platform that has transformer-style access to the sea and two flush lockers in the deck for storing fenders and other gear. Two ‘wings’ in the bulwarks fold down to increase the sunbed space at sunbed heigh.
The Beach version has the sliding glass panel that provides direct access to the aft deck from the master stateroom. Both the Tender Garage and Beach versions of the Pardo GT75 have ample space on the foredeck for a forward-facing C-shaped sofa and an extra-wide sunbed.
The layout inside offers a high degree of flexibility and client choice. The standard arrangement has the galley on the lower deck (“galley down” version) and two double cabins with generous ensuite bathrooms. A two-man crew cabin is housed in the bow section with separate deck access. with ensuite head and shower. The enclosed saloon on the GT model is fitted with a louvred roof hatch.
The interior décor is based on white oak veneers and lacquered accents combined with natural finishes. The teak planking of the open decks can be found on the main deck saloon.
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