Italian shipyard Cantiere del Pardo has presented a new iteration of its Pardo 75 at Cannes Yachting Festival. The Pardo 75 T-Top joins the Walkaround range and is set to be delivered in 2025.
The 22.9-metre model builds on the Pardo GT75, which was revealed at the show last year, but instead of a closed cabin, offers an open deck. Naval architecture on the new concept is by Zuccheri Yacht Design, while exterior and interior design are the work of Nauta Design.
The flagship model is designed for owners who appreciate the Pardo 50 but want more space in the sleeping area and outdoors. It also draws on key characteristics of the Walkaround range, renowned for its performance and its practical yet comfortable layout. One of these functional configuration details is the uniquely styled T-Top, made from carbon fibre, which helps protect the lounge area. In the standard “galley up” version, it is equipped with an external kitchen on the right side and a dry bar aft of the wheelhouse.
Inside, the standard “galley up” version can include three cabins and three bathrooms on the lower deck, but the shipyard provided a further two options to choose from. The first houses a large lounge, two cabins and three bathrooms on the lower deck with the galley on the main deck, while the second would sacrifice one of the cabins for the galley and would keep the three bathrooms on the lower deck.
On the main deck, both the bow and stern feature lounging spaces – the latter of which is situated above the garage and features fold-down terraces at the side, adding an extra five square metres to the space.
The deep stern platform doubles up as a platform overlooking the sea and a transformer for launching and hauling toys. It also provides easier disembarking and more space in the engine room.
Power derives from three Volvo Penta D13 IPS 1050 engines (the owner can request three D13 IPS 1350 as an option) which allow the Pardo 75 to reach a maximum speed of 36 knots.Read More/Cantiere del Pardo presents new 23m Pardo GT75 flagship