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20 February 2023

The second model in the Endurance range, this 72’ yacht carries on the same philosophy as its predecessor, the Endurance 60, with the same sociable family feeling evident in the design of the cockpit area of this walkaround-style boat.

More volume and comfort on board are promised with the E72 throughout the spacious and inclusive layout of the yacht.  Thanks to the fold-down side terraces and aft platform, one can create a generous chill-out area of over 40m2 overlooking the water.  Additionally, there is a garage with a hydraulic opening capable of accommodating a tender up to 4m in length.

The flybridge, with 27m2 of entertaining deck space, introduces a new exclusive feature in the range – a T-top with adjustable slats that offers shade and protection over part of the flybridge.  It’s an extremely lightweight and low-profile superstructure.

In terms of efficiency, the Endurance 72 introduces new eco-friendly performance – maximum speed with minimal fuel consumption.

Two new interior design concepts

Pardo Yachts are delighted to announce a new collaboration for the interior with Burdissocapponi Yachts&Design.

Elegant grey walnut veneers with matt finish, wallpapered bulkheads on the lower deck, technical fabrics for the tiles, white Corian for the galley countertops and sand-coloured resin in the bathrooms are just some of the stylistic choices by the new designers.

The lighting design is also innovative – the combination of LEDs and spot lighting in the ceilings ensure a more intense and concentrated brightness where required.  Finally, the matt black finishes of the bathroom accessories, door handles and lighting elements underline the yacht’s sporty, yet sophisticated character.

The Endurance 72 gives the owner the choice of two difference interior layouts – galley-up or galley-down.

The galley-up layout features a galley on the main deck with four cabins and five bathrooms below deck.  In this arrangement, the galley is positioned aft of the main deck to easily serve the outdoor spaces.  Facing the galley, the dining area opens completely onto the terrace via a side door to emphasise the connection between indoor and outdoor spaces.

The galley-down layout offers a galley, three cabins and four bathrooms all located below deck.  This particular arrangement, called ‘Country Kitchen’, is a truly new design ethos born from the collaboration with BURDISSOCAPPONI Yachts&Design.  The innovative layout removes the galley from the heart of the boat and transforms it into a more secluded solution, located below deck, making it an excellent service galley thanks to direct access from the crew area.  As a result, the main deck is even more spacious and customisable with the freestanding furniture.

Find out more about the Pardo Yachts Endurance 72 online.