Construction of the Saxdor 400 GTO in Finland is proceeding smoothly and on schedule for launch. The Saxdor 400 GTO is the culmination of Saxdor Yachts’ quest to create boats that are sleek, functional and excellent value for money.

After the Saxdor 400 GTO the shipyard will start production of the Saxdor 400 GTC. Both models come with innovative terraces, which run half the length of the boat, creating balconies that expand the deck space and enhance the connection to the water.

With its twin outboard engines, twin-stepped hull, spacious accommodation and full beam wheelhouse, the Saxdor 400 GTO should be a strong contender in the 40-45ft segment, believes Sakari Mattila, Saxdor’s Founder and Chief Designer: “Our passion and dedication are manifest in the Saxdor 400 GTO. We are very eager to see the first model completed, and even more so to present her to the world at the next Cannes Yachting Festival.”

The vessel’s connection to the water is further enhanced by a glass transom, which delivers fine views over the stern from the comfort of the entirely modular and configurable cockpit seating for as many as eight.

Lower deck accommodation comprises a spacious forward double cabin and separate bathroom with standing headroom of over 1.83m, with the option of a kids’ cabin under the companionway steps and an amidships double for comfortable sleeping space for up to four adults in both versions of the 400.

The 400’s wheelhouse extends to the full beam of the boat to maximise internal living space with access to the recessed foredeck seating via door at the forward end of. Both sides of the wheelhouse open completely to allow direct access to the side terraces from within the wheelhouse.


The Saxdor 400 GTO can be equipped with either twin 300hp Mercury V8 outboards or 400hp V10s.