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by . on 28 Jul 2010


Sydney GTS range
Built in Australia, light yet ocean tough, seriously fast while easily managed, traditionally seaworthy and technically advanced, the Sydney GTS range has been designed with the performance orientated sailor in mind.



The Sydney GTS37 and 43 are designed to be fast, safe and comfortable with a fully fitted interior, engineered to ISO Standards, Category A. These yachts feature large open cockpits that is synonymous with Sydney Yachts. This 'trademark' feature enables simple and efficient crew manoeuvres and makes entertaining on deck comfortable and effortless.



Concealed within the performance design is the finely appointed interior offering a warm and welcoming onboard ambience. Both the Sydney GTS37 and the GTS43 have a comfortable, practical interior with three double cabins, a fully enclosed head, a well appointed galley and navigation area. There is ample storage space for cruising and the practical interior is perfect for racing, both round the buoys or offshore.

The deck layout is designed to suit both racing and cruising, with excellent ergonomics when beating upwind or enjoying a drink on anchor. With clean lines and an uncluttered deck layout, these yachts are a real pleasure.

A refined double spreader rig with non-overlapping headsails ensures ease of handling. It is responsive and a pleasure to sail. The easy to sail format translates to less crew for racing and ease of cruising.

The Sydney GTS range is designed for winning results under the IRC measurement system. Offering exhilarating performance in an easy to sail format a Sydney GTS is a keen favourite for sailors who enjoy competitive shorthanded racing and cruising. Equally, the dynamics makes her a keen favourite in the ever- popular twilight races. Sydney GTS Designers General Design Research and CFD Design Particulars Design Particulars Summary Dealer contact information

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