NB&G 2015: Grand Soleil

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 CANTIERE DEL PARDO

CANTIERE DEL PARDO

GRAND SOLEIL / CANTIERE DEL PARDO

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The history of CANTIERE DEL PARDO began with theambitious objective to produce regatta boats that combined the best possible performance with elegant and innovative design. These features make the Grand Soleil yachts not only icons of style and elegance but also leading player in the racing world, attaining an impressive number of victories on its Palmares.

GRAND SOLEIL timeless style is celebrating 40 years of activity in which more than 3800 boats have left their mark on a fundamental chapter in the history of modern

sailing. Today, the Grand Soleil brand epitomises an explicit lifestyle, embodied by a genuine passion for the sea, design, technology and innovation that make Grand Soleil an icon of ‘made in Italy’ style.

Cantiere del Pardo S.p.A. Via F.lli Lumière, 34 - 47122 Forlì (FC) - Italy

T. +39 0543 782404 - info@cantieredelpardo.comwww.cantieredelpardo.com

 PERFORMANCE 43

PERFORMANCE 43

Performance 43

COMFORT AND UNIQUE STYLE

The Grand Soleil 43 was conceived to guarantee excellent performance both racing and cruising, combined with style and seaworthiness thus truly reflecting Grand Soleil DNA. The boat supports a powerful sail plan without sacrificing cruising comfort and to combine safety with high stability. Below deck, the attention to detail is maximised.

LOA: 13.25M • Beam: 4.00M • Draft std/opt:2.40 optional 2.00 M Displacement: 9,100 KG • Ballast: 3,100 KG • Sail Area: 96 SQM Fuel Tank: 220 LT /Water Tank: 360 LT • Engine: Volvo 55 HP Designer: Cantiere del Pardo • Naval Architecture: Claudio Maletto Builder: Cantiere del Pardo

 48 Long Cruise

48 Long Cruise

46 Long Cruise

clever combination of high interior volumes and an innovative deck layout provide the new LC 46 with an extremely spacious and comfortable interior, in a hull that delivers excellent performance with ease of handling.

LOA: 14.72 M • Beam: 4.41 M • Draft std/opt: 2.3 M (1.8) Displacement: 12 T • Ballast: 4.2 T • Sail Area: 112 SQM Fuel Tank 300 LT /Water Tank: 600 LT • Engine: Volvo 75 HP Designer: Nauta Design • Naval Architecture: Marco Lostuzzi Builder: Cantiere del Pardo

Grandsoleil.net+39 0543 782404

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