With a customizable interior layout and chiseled exterior lines, the all-new Pardo GT 52 is a complete stunner and available from Jeff Brown Yachts.
This one is sure to be the buzz of the marina for the 2023 boating season: The Pardo GT 52 takes the minimalist movement in yacht design and elevates it to a new level of eye-catching, sculptural design. Pardo says its GT line fills the gap between its roomy, practical walkarounds and its longer-range, fuel-efficient endurance models. The clean, chiseled lines of the hull and inverted bow make the GT 52 an unmistakable Pardo product, but the flexibility of its spacious interior layout can turn this yacht into a unique luxurious space all your own.
The chief difference is the option to reshuffle the locations of cabins and gathering spaces. In one galley-up configuration, owners can choose to locate the galley on the main deck, adjacent to the salon, providing room for three voluminous cabins below. In the galley-down layout, the galley is moved to the lower deck, reducing the size of the cabins, but greatly increasing the salon space, which seamlessly transforms into the outdoor aft sundeck. Whatever location is chosen, the galley is equipped with the latest appliances and storage space for preparing sumptuous meals.
The airy salon is flooded with natural light by the wide windows. In the galley-down version, the salon features two wraparound couches. Aft doors to the cockpit can be completely opened to provide fresh air and access to a large dining table with outdoor lounge seating. The cockpit area can also be converted into a broad sundeck to comfortably accommodate up to eight people. The forward deck also has a sunpad directly in front of the forward-canted helm windshield, with room for up to three sunbathers. An extended swim platform astern also provides ample room for fun on the water.
The elegant, full-beam owner’s cabin can be accessed forward, featuring a diagonally situated king- size berth and large en suite head with a separate shower at the bow. The guest cabin also provides luxury accommodations with twin double beds, expansive side windows, and access to a day head. In the galley-up configuration, the lower deck can be designed as either a lounge area equipped with a flat-screen TV, or as a third cabin with bunk beds.
At the helm, dual Garmin touchscreen displays provide total navigational control and systems information. The GT 52 comes standard with twin Volvo IPS 650-hp engines, but they can be upgraded to either 700-hp or 800-hp options. Pardo also says options will soon be available for new Volvo hybrid engines for added eco-sustainability, fuel-efficiency, and quiet operation.
Specs & Info
LOA 54’5” · Beam 14’3” · Draft 4’0”
528 gal. / 159 gal.
Twin Volvo IPS 650hps
Jeff Brown Yachts