Optimized to make the best use of every space, the Gran Turismo 32 leaves room for imagination allowing a variety of potential uses in all seasons. Light and ventilation are a priority on board.
Her modern-looking sides reflect the light elegantly. There is good interaction between the various spaces on the upper deck, which are well arranged, with all the features of a cleverly designed boat. The Gran Turismo 32 has good head clearance and will appeal to anyone who loves an open boat. They will never feel claustrophobic.
With a very large windshield, its bright hard top provides optimal vision underway. At the helm, two bolster seats behind the console are supplemented to port by a double bench seat. This means that four people can share the pleasures of driving facing the sea.
The Gran Turismo 32 has two double berths and a real shower space with an independent head compartment, making nights on board a pleasure. Bathed in soft light from the long hull windows, the main central cabin and the mid cabin can use the spacious storage column at the bottom of the companionway. The space is enhanced by elegant walnut coloured materials.
Designed to provide a perfect transition from a day boat to an express cruiser, the Gran Turismo 32 makes use of the Flyer 10 deck plan, while retaining the panache of the Gran Turismo line. It also lives up to the challenge the designers set themselves of marrying the spirit of a large open boat with that of a spacious comfortable hard top.
With engines of up to 600 HP, the Gran Turismo 32 promises peak speeds of 35 knots.
In the cockpit, the full beam layout of the Gran Turismo 32 allows for the best use of space. The back rest of the lounger seat and the aft bench tip back to create a large sunbathing area. To the bow, a safe and easy access thanks to the semi-walkaround leads to the sunbath for 3 people.View Boat Test