Full aluminium round bilge fast displacement hull
Drawn by the famous Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen, the GTT 135 unique hull features a round-bilge shape for remarkably low resistance and low fuel consumption, while still being capable of high speeds. The design decreases vertical accelerations in the hull, which translates into a far more comfortable motion when sailing. The avant-garde bow shape with a vertical stem maximises the waterline length, enhancing performance even more. To keep spray levels low, an deects water hitting the bow area. Built entirely from marine grade aluminium, the GTT 135 hull guarantees unparalleled comfort and safe operation for more than 25 years.
Curved n stabilizers by Side Power
Vector Fins stabilisers dramatically reduce roll as well as undesired yaw and sway motions caused by active ns. Their vertical concave shape creates a net force direction, both in cruising and at-anchor modes, so the work is more up-down instead of side-to-side. By changing the net force angle, this also increases the leverage arm around the boats rolling point, further increasing the physical forces that work on the boat to reduce roll. This provides more effcient stabilisation per n size, which means that drag and power consumption are a lot less than with other ns offering comparable roll reduction.
The Hull Vane is a patented loped by renowned Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen it inuences the stern wave pattern and creates hydrodynamic lift, which is partially oriented forward. This innovation leads to signicant reduction of the hull’s resistance, which in turn enables the installation of much smaller engines, fuel savings and longer range. The Hull Vane also improves stability under way and at anchor, while reducing both pitching and yawing motions.
The GTT 135 features next-generation laminated XIR glass that allows maximum light transmission, while keeping solar heat gain at bay. Harmful UV rays are almost completely blocked, and heat transmission reduced by 60%. The result is an interior that offers the wide panoramas of large windows without the penalty of heat build-up. This means signicantly reduced air-conditioning loads and therefore lower running costs. The glass manufacturer is Isoclima, an Italian high-tech company that also sup automobiles such as Bentley, McLaren, Mercedes and BMW.