Designed by Botin and Carkeek and launched in 2005, the GS37 is a genuine dual purpose cruiser-racer. Not only did she immediately score impressive podium regatta finishes under IRC and IMS, but the GS37 also proves that performance and speed do not need to be gained by sacrificing either the comfort or liveability of a yacht.
The Grand Soleil 40 is a true performance cruiser with outstanding manoeuvrability and liveability. She delivers speed combined with gererous and cleverly designed living space and is elegantly furnished below.
The Grand Soleil 43 Open Transom (OT) was developed from the supremely successful GS43 and was launched in 2008. The GS43 OT has already proved herself on the race track with a class win at the Spi Ouest regatta in 2009.
Designed by Judel & Vrolijk, the Grand Soleil 45 is eye catching and sporty, in the best Cantiere del Pardo style; clear decks, sleek lines, and an uncluttered cockpit mean that the GS45 is a pleasure to sail, race and crew.
The Grand Soleil 56 is an elegant and powerful 17 metre yacht designed by Philippe Briand; a performance cruiser which can equally satisfy the demands of a luxury cruise as well as the competitive ambitions of an international regatta circuit.