The Pardo GT52 Makes Its World Debut

It’s the first model in a new Pardo Yachts range, separate from the Endurance and Walkaround ranges.

Pardo GT52
Pardo Yachts’ new Pardo GT52 is the first boat in the builder’s new GT line. Courtesy Pardo Yachts

Italy’s Pardo Yachts held the world premiere of the Pardo GT52 in Saint-Tropez in April. The entire Pardo lineup was on display: Pardo 38, Pardo 43, Pardo 50, Pardo GT52 and Endurance 60.

The new GT line is positioned between Pardo’s Walkaround and Endurance lines. It’s designed for owners who want more volume without sacrificing performance.

Stern doors can be opened completely (similar to the Endurance 60); the swim platform is larger, for housing a tender or personal watercraft; and the roof on the GT52 has a semi-open mode. The cockpit dining and sunbathing spaces are expanded, and the belowdecks space is more flexible.

To that point, the Pardo GT52 can be ordered galley-up or galley-down. With the galley up, there’s a salon space belowdecks; with the galley down, there’s a dinette lounge on the main deck.

The Pardo GT52’s hull is an evolution of the Pardo 50, with the same standard twin 650-horsepower Volvo Penta IPS power. Owners can choose 700 or 800 horsepower as an option.

What are the key specs for the Pardo GT52? Beam is more than 16 feet, fuel capacity is 528 gallons, and water capacity is 158 gallons.

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