Cruising-racing sailboat GS 48 Performance
3-cabin6-berth9-berth

cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
cruising-racing sailboat
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Characteristics

Intended use
cruising-racing
Number of cabins
3-cabin
Number of beds
6-berth, 9-berth
Materials
carbon, fiberglass
Rigging
with bowsprit, carbon mast
Other characteristics
twin steering wheels
Overall length

15.85 m (52'00")

Width

4.5 m (14'09")

Draft

2.6 m, 2.8 m (8'06")

Displacement

11.5 t (12.68 us ton)

Motor power

50 ch, 75 ch, 80 ch (50 hp)

Fuel capacity

220 l (58 gal)

Fresh water capacity

360 l (95 gal)

Sail area

127 m² (1,367 ft²)

Description

The GS 48 combines comfort, quality and performance thanks to avant-garde and first-class technologies: the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for the hull and the attachments and the FEM structural analysis for all the structures guarantee a fast, light and rigid boat. Interiors and the deck design bear the signature of Nauta Design and Cantiere del Pardo Design Team. In the “Race” version, thanks to the fully equipped and well-positioned deck, competing has never been so exciting. The interiors follow the same philosophy: it is possible to disassemble various parts. Doing so, the boat becomes lighter and the sails can occupy many wide spaces without damaging the furniture. The new Grand Soleil 48 is born from the cooperation between the prestigious Nauta Yacht Design team, the naval architect Marco Lostuzzi and Cantiere del Pardo’s Technical Dept. Their expertise resulted in an important Made-in-Italy project: a real revolution in the 50-feet sailing market. Avant-garde technologies have been used to develop the Grand Soleil 48 hull lines: CFD fluid dynamics analysis has been used for all the structures – more than a month’s work and 120 hull simulations were needed to arrive at the final hull and appendages design. FEM analysis of all structural parts was done in order to better study the loads and weight distribution. The result? A boat characterized by speed, lightness and stiffness. The project is dedicated to those owners who love having fun, sport-cruising and offshore races. Fast, stylish and elegant: these are the main characteristics of this boat, which recalls both the Grand Soleil 58 Performance and the smaller Grand Soleil 34’s family feeling.

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