The exclusive double layout proposed by Grand Soleil 43’ offers more freedom of choice for the internal living. Beyond the traditional kitchen there is another more original proposal with the “L” shape layout that multiplies the living space on board and the volume of the dinette, giving more configuration for the different style of cruising.
Seaworthy in all conditions, comfortable interiors, light and airy, high-quality trimmings, handsome and practical: all these qualities combine to offer the ultimate in comfort.
All the space on board is optimized with innovative solutions from the stainless steel trim on the shower of the spacious fore bathroom to the safe and convenient opening system on the under-bed storage space. Accommodation on board is spacious and airy, and the owner’s cabin is embellished with the elegant finishing touches and practical solutions that are essential to life at sea.
Grand Soleil 43’s priorities are resoundingly clear: safety and structural soundness. This choice is reflected in the use of traditional boatbuilding techniques that have stood the test of time and have been finely honed, down to the smallest details.
The ultimate in strength and durability: stratified unidirectional fibreglass offers a tensile strength of up to 25 kg/mm². To ensure the durability and waterproofing of the outer surfaces.
From any angle, a glance at her outboard profile confirms the yacht's stunning appearance. Careful, thoughtful design development by a team of talented, artistic designers empowered by state-of-the-art CAD has created what we think is one of the best looking Deck Saloon designs ever she's gorgeous! Beauty is only skin deep so let's be clear the 54 is an OYSTER in every sense of the word.
Her design parameters and construction, like all Oysters, have a huge safety margin. The yacht exudes the practical seamanlike features that Oyster owners expect, benefiting from thirty-four years of unbroken experience, 1,100 fine yachts and hundreds of thousands of sea miles covered across the world's oceans in just about every imaginable condition.
Although performance is important, it's not the only area where the 54 measures up. It's the subtle improvements where the design team has really delivered. With her clean undistorted hull lines, the 54 has a full foot more waterline length than the 53, carries 4" more beam, has 60 sq ft more sail but weighs almost a ton less. Her cockpit is longer and wider than the 53 with a footwall only 3" narrower and shorter than her larger sister the Oyster 56. The ‘numbers' are only part of the story because the 54 also benefits from modern, computer generated tooling so accurate that the construction features a clean, fully tooled ‘backbone' or membrane that provides neatness and strength to the hull, while saving weight.