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- A visually elegant cruiser capable of 40-plus knots, with an economic cruise speed in the mid-30-knot range
- Two versions: Express and Open
- At 35 knots the fuel consumption is only 40 gallons per hour (151 liters per hour)
- A hyper-focus on lightweight, strong construction helps to ensure the GT50's efficiency
- The specific goal of the #gt50 is to embrace simplicity and ensure owners are spending more time on the water, with a low maintenance #yacht that is easily owner-operated
- With contemporary finishes blended into a timeless elegance
- Development is underway for additional models in the GT Series for 2019 introduction
While developing its next model, #palmbeach identified a void in the refined high-performance marketplace - and the stunning new #gt50 was born. The design philosophy was to create a visually elegant cruiser capable of 40 knots, with an economic cruise speed in the mid-30-knot range, and all in a #yacht that was simple to operate and easy to own.
Initial sea trials hit the company's precise target top-speed projection of 40 knots and a cruising speed of 35 knots with a pair 600-horsepower Volvo IPS 800s. Moreover, at 35 knots the fuel consumption was only 40 gallons per hour (151 liters per hour). At 25 knots the #gt50 sipped a measly 24 gallons per hour (90 liters per hour) or 1.3 miles to the gallon. These impressive figures make the #palmbeach #gt50 one of the most efficient yachts available today.
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