GP70

An eye-catching VPLP design!

Making its world debut in a preview at the International Multihull Show, the GP70 the GP70 showed off its sleek lines. Designed for high-speed blue water cruising, this VPLP design was initially intended for series production by a well-known shipyard at La Grande-Motte, but ultimately, the project has been taken on by Trimarine, based on the Tagus River near Lisbon, Portugal.

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The GP70, built with 80% epoxy carbon sandwich, manages to limit its displacement to 17.5 t. This large, sleek multihull with retractable engine controls has been designed to offer a very high level of self-sufficiency thanks to low consumption by the onboard equipment, a large surface area of solar panels (3 kWp), an efficient watermaker and two imposing 264 US-gallon (1,000 liter) fuel tanks. Under sail, the initial tests have confirmed exceptional performance. As for the significant bridgedeck clearance, this guarantees excellent seakeeping behavior in big seas.

Builder: Trimarine
Naval Architect: VPLP
Overall length: 68’11” (21 m)
Beam: 32’ (9.75 m)
Draft: 5’3” (1.6 m)
Air draft: 90’ (27.45 m)
Light displacement: 38,580 lbs (17.5 t)
Upwind sail area: 2,380 sq ft (221 m²)
Engines: 2 x Yanmar 4JH80CR 80 CV
Fuel: 2 x 264 US gal (2 x 1 000 l)
Water: 290 US gal (1,100 l)
Contact: gpcatamarans@gmail.com 

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