Grand Soleil 37 BP160 - GS37

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LOA: 11.3 m

Beam: 3.7 m

Displacement: 7000 kg

Draft: 2.4 m

Upwind Sail Area: 84 m2

Downwind Sail Area: 153 m2

Designed in 2004 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 hull and deck are built in a sandwich of closed cell foam and vinylester resin in the first layers. Further reinforcements are positioned in high stress areas. An internal grid of galvanised steel is glued with acrylic glue and bonded to the hull. This grid absorbs the load of the keel mast and shrouds.

 

Fitted with a Volvo diesel 27hp engine with S-drive as standard, the GS37 is available in either a three cabin version (standard) or a two cabin version with an additional shower compartment.

 


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