In September, Pardo Yachts will showcase the new Endurance 60 at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The night & day cruiser offers silent navigation and low consumption at night, and connection between interiors and exteriors during the day.
The outside area of her stern features two terraces that create an area of 33 m2 dedicated to relaxation. The area outside the stern is a dining spot with a table and chairs, protected from the sun by an electric Bimini top. The stern area is completed by a cockpit that can be hydraulically “lowered”.
The flybridge zone can be furnished with a sofa and sundeck with all cushions recessed flush. It is also possible to have a second command zone complete with a negative windscreen and refrigerator cabinet.
The windows at the kitchen and bar can be opened towards the sides to create a zone with bar facing outwards. Furthermore, if the accordion-style door that separates the dinette and cockpit is held completely open, an enormous continuous space is created. The saloon houses a fully equipped kitchen, positioned at the entrance and both the table inside and the table outside the cockpit can be easily reached. The dining zone and the lounge area are positioned more towards the bow on a raised zone.
The lower deck features three cabins and three bathrooms. The master cabin positioned at the center of the boat is a generous size. The VIP cabin, positioned at the bow with private bathroom, is available in a double version: with bed that can be split into two single beds or one double bed, depending on the owner’s needs. The third cabin presents two single generous sized beds and a dedicated bathroom. Located under the sundeck area at the stern, the crew cabin is fitted with two beds and toilet area and has direct access to the engine room.
The new Endurance 60 is powered by IPS 700 HP (800 opt) Volvo engines that make it possible to install Dynamic Positioning System that keeps the boat still in one point making the maneuvers simple and feasible.
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