Grand Soleil 72 Long Cruise: Unveiling Excellence at Cannes Yachting Festival 2023

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The countdown has begun for the world premiere of the Grand Soleil 72 Long Cruise, a stunning addition to the Grand Soleil fleet. Following its technical launch in Pesaro, this exceptional yacht is now en route to the Cannes Yachting Festival 2023, where it will make its much-anticipated debut from September 12th to 17th.

Collaboratively designed by Cantiere del Pardo, Franco Corazza, Matteo Polli, Marco Lostuzzi, and Nauta Design, the Grand Soleil 72 Long Cruise caters to discerning owners seeking tailor-made experiences and a deep respect for the marine environment. Melding tradition with meticulous attention to detail, this project represents the culmination of 50 years of expertise and a dedication to excellence.

One of the defining features of the Grand Soleil 72 Long Cruise is its redesigned deckhouse, featuring a larger 270┬░ window that offers breathtaking views. The cockpit has also undergone significant modifications, resulting in a comfortable “C” shaped seating area, complemented by two spacious sundecks at the stern. The raised dinette ensures passengers can enjoy panoramic vistas while seated or standing.

Nauta Design’s influence extends to the yacht’s interiors, seamlessly integrating with the deck’s geometries. Every volume and detail has been thoughtfully conceived, allowing for optimal utilization of available spaces. The result is a superyacht-standard layout that prioritizes ergonomics, storage, and functionality. With a variety of layout options, owners can personalize their Grand Soleil 72 Long Cruise to suit their specific needs and preferences.

In addition to the Grand Soleil 72 Long Cruise, Cantiere del Pardo is also diligently working on two Performance version GS72 hulls. The brand’s commitment to innovation extends further with the imminent debut of the Grand Soleil 65, where two hulls are currently in the production pipeline.



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