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THE GRAND SOLEIL BLUE

THE GRAND SOLEIL BLUE

BLUE, FOR A GREENER FUTURE


The Grand Soleil BLUE, the Grand Soleil 33 feet Daysailer Zero Impact project is a 10 meter sailing boat, a true jewel born from the belief that the initial stride towards sustainability is grounded in quality, ensuring the longevity of the product.


An embodiment of creative collaboration between nautical experts such as Matteo Polli (Naval Architecture) and Nauta Design (Exterior Design, Interior Design and G.A.) and pioneers in sustainable materials like NL Comp, this yacht represents a new chapter in the history of boating where sustainability, efficiency and design come together to create a “bluer” future at sea.


This principle has been the guiding force shaping every facet of the design process. The outcome is a remarkably innovative and stylish weekender, capable of hosting up to four guests overnight, boasting both zero environmental impact during sailing and complete recyclability at the culmination of its life cycle.


PIONEERING DESIGN UNVEILED

How this has been achieved? By pursing several groundbreaking design and construction methodologies:

  1. 1. Sustainable construction
    The Grand Soleil BLUE marks a turning point in boat construction by employing thermoplastic resin, a choice that addresses one of the most significant problems in the marine sector: end-of-life recycling. Traditionally, composite boats have been built using thermosetting resins, which are very difficult if not impossible to recycle. Thermoplastic resin, on the other hand, allows for easier separation of the resin and glass or carbon fibres for re-use or eco-responsible disposal.


  2. 2. Design for disassembly
    A smart design approach allows easy separation of boat accessories and components, similar to end-of-life practices in the automotive industry. This critical process ensures that every part of the Grand Soleil BLUE can be effectively disassembled and recycled, minimizing environmental impact.


  3. 3. Electric propulsion
    The Grand Soleil BLUE will feature a lithium battery bank and electric propulsion for zero-emission navigation, contributing to a more sustainable future by reducing emissions.


  4. 4. Solar panels
    The installation of solar panels provides renewable energy autonomy by recharging the battery bank feeding the electric motor. The Grand Soleil BLUE will have an impressive autonomy, with the standard battery pack enabling a range of 30 nautical miles at approximately 5 knots, translating to 6 hours of continuous engine operation or 12 hours with the dual battery pack.

  5. 5. Thermoplastic sails
    Aligning with the project’s sustainable philosophy, the sails are crafted from thermoplastic materials, underscoring the commitment to minimizing environmental impact.

  6. 6. Hydrogeneration
    During sailing, the Grand Soleil BLUE skillfully recharging its batteries as the propeller spins in response to the water flow generated by the boat’s speed.

INTERIOR LAYOUT


A GREENER SET-UP


Top View | Exterior
Top View | Interiors

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

overall length

11 m / 36 ft

hull length

9.99 m / 32.8 ft

max beam

3.70 m / 12 ft

displacement

3.5 t / 7716 lb

engines

E-propulsion 6KW elettrico (Pod 6.0 Evo)

water tank

70 lt / 18.5 gal

draft

2.2 m std. & 1.8 m opt. /
5.9 ft std. & 7.22 opt.

gennaker area

110 m2 / 1184 ft2

mainsail area

38 m2 / 409 ft2

self taking jib

26.5 m2 / 285 ft2

berths

2+2

Overall length

11 m / 36 ft

Engines

E-propulsion 6KW elettrico (Pod 6.0 Evo)

GENNAKER AREA

110 m2 / 1184 ft2

Hull length

9.99 m / 32.8 ft

Water tank

70 lt / 18.5 gal

Mainsail Area

38 m2 / 409 ft2

MAX BEAM

3.70 m / 12 ft

fuel tank

60 lt / 15.9 gal

Self taking jib

26.5 m2 / 285 ft2

Displacement

3.5 t / 7716 lb

Draft

2.2 m std. & 1.8 m opt. /
5.9 ft std. & 7.22 opt.

Berths

2

Hull lengTH

OVERALL LENGTH

MAX BEAM

STANDARD DRAFT

REDUCED DRAFT

DISPLACEMENT

MAINSAIL AREA

SELF-TRACKING JIB

GENNAKER AREA

CE CATEGORY

9,99 m | 32,8 ft

11,00 m | 36 ft

3,70 m | 12 ft

2,20 m | 7,2 ft

1,8 m | 5,9 ft

3300 kg | 7275 lbs

36 m2

26 m2

100 m2

“C” Category


ABOUT THE GS BLUE:

Naval architecture: Matteo Polli
Exterior, Interior Design and GA: Nauta Design
Shipyard: Cantiere del Pardo

The project is co-financed by the Emilia-Romagna region as part of the PR-ERDF 2021/2027 program – Action 1.1.1 – Call for experimental research and development projects

Cantiere del Pardo S.p.A. all rights reserved. No part of this publication may be republished, systematically reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from Cantiere del Pardo S.p.a., Forlì, Italy. The product represented is a unit with specific characteristics that may also be significantly different from the product that each customer may order. Consequently, Cantiere del Pardo S.p.A. does not guarantee that the product ordered will correspond to the unit represented here, as each product is characterized by its own particular technical specifications.

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