Life’s a beach with GT75

Pardo Yachts unveils its new GT75 flagship, taking indoor-outdoor living to new levels.

09 November 2022


Italian builder Pardo Yachts has unveiled the latest addition to its exciting GT range, which started last year with the GT52. The new 75-foot flagship is positioned between the Walkaround and Endurance ranges, where the focus on extremely comfortable interior volumes goes hand in hand with the hull lines typical of a high-performance 75-footer.

The Pardo GT75 will offer what the yard suggests is “a multiplicity of combinations, both for interior and exterior spaces, which may adapt to the owner’s needs”.

Central to the concept is the communication between inside and outside areas, and by taking the two-deck idea to its logical conclusion that connection is highlighted by the aft master cabin in the Beach version of the GT75 which leads out onto the aft beach terrace.

All this is coupled to a deep-V hull from Zuccheri Yachts Design which sports the trademark inverted bow, driven by four different Volvo Penta IPS options which range from the standard version with a triple D13 IPS 900 installation up to the hardcore combo of three D13 IPS 1350s for a combined 3,000 hp. The engine room has also been set up to take the new Volvo hybrid engine upgrade.


The Pardo GT75’s exteriors deliver uncompromised spaces to make the most of the life aquatic, with large sundecks and lounge areas aft and on the foredeck that will be the perfect terraces to enjoy privileged contact with the sea. Moreover, the model will be offered in two versions: Tender Garage or Beach.

In the Pardo GT75 Tender Garage, the cockpit layout is designed to accommodate a very large sundeck, aft of the C-shaped seating area – this section lifts electrically when needed, revealing a dedicated garage for the tender. This solution fully reflects the typical approach of the superyacht world, where housing the tender on board is a must-have feature.

In the Beach version of the Pardo GT75, the entire aft section can be transformed into an extended terrace overlooking the sea.

This is enabled by hydraulically controlled side wings that shape the entire area according to the owner’s wishes. From this exterior open space it is possible to directly access the master stateroom thanks to electric sliding glass windows. This is a suite dedicated to the owner, furnished and designed with extreme attention to detail, with amazing views that will be a real thrill to wake up to.

The design of both the interior and exterior once again comes from the boards of Nauta Design, and the quality of the materials used will be enhanced by the brightness of the cabins, which will be constantly filled with natural light thanks to the very large windows.

The GT75 will be offered in galley-up and galley-down versions.

In the former, the main deck features a super-equipped galley, in front of which a comfortable L-shaped sofa with dining table can accommodate up to seven guests. The galley-up version also allows a direct dialogue with the alfresco dining area in the cockpit.

In the galley-down version, the main deck hosts a huge living area, equipped with large and comfortable sofas, which – thanks to the roof in semi-open mode, the side windows and the sliding aft door – allows owner and guests a continuous contact with the sea.

The accommodation space varies according to the owner’s needs: the layout of the lower deck has been designed to accommodate two, three or four cabins, for a total of 10 berths (including a double cabin for the crew). The standard version of the boat is a three-cabin, three-bathroom configuration, where the study of the space distribution has led to the creation of balanced and furnished spaces worthy of larger vessels.

The different configurations designed for this 75-footer clearly frame the targeted customer: an owner who seeks luxurious and exclusive spaces, to enjoy in tranquillity and light-heartedness the time spent on board in direct contact with the sea.



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