Grand Soleil 65

Grand Soleil GS 65 – Grand Soleil


In full respect of Cantiere del Pardo’s spirit and design, Grand Soleil GS 65 represents the perfect synthesis of performance, style, and innovation. The extensive manufacturing expertise of the shipyard and innovative solutions increasingly attentive towards sustainability and energy efficiency are the hallmarks of this new model.

Once again, the concept development of Grand Soleil 65 was curated and finessed under the expert lead of Franco Corazza: entrepreneur, longtime racer, and established champion with 12 Italian titles, 2 European titles, and 1 world title under his belt.

The hull is made by infusing epoxy-based vacuum vinylester resin into biaxial fiberglass and unidirectional carbon fabrics for a light, rigid and robust structure. The longitudinal and transverse structures and the load-bearing areas of the hull are laminated in fiberglass and stiffened with unidirectional carbon reinforcements. All the construction processes and onboard systems are tested and certified according to the most stringent quality controls.


Grand Soleil 65, like any other yacht by Cantiere del Pardo, is designed to respect the marine environment in which it sails. The materials and construction methods implied have a low environmental impact and a high degree of recyclability: the teak, for example, is sourced from a sustainable supply chain, the glass is laminated for better insulation, the composite lamination uses linen and eco resins, the paints are water-based and solar panels provide renewable green energy.


Cantiere del Pardo, in collaboration with Nauta Design, conceived and designed the deck and interior layouts with the purpose of making the best use of all available space. As a matter of fact, dimensions, ergonomics, stowage, functions, and quality of accessories are in line with superyacht standards.

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