With the increasing awareness towards global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been proposed as part of the solution to reduce the effect of climate change. To help bring about CCS a high-pressure (>30bar) solvent absorption/vacuum swing adsorption (VSA) hybrid capture system has been developed to reduce the energy penalty associated with the post combustion carbon capture of a Natural Gas Combined Cycle (NGCC). The system uses VSA system to create a CO2 rich stream which is recirculated around to the inlet air to the gas turbine. The compressed gases are then sent to a solvent capture system to recover the CO2. The CO2 free gas is used to combust the fuel in the GT combustor and expanded to generate power. The solvent used in this study is a 30wt% K2CO3 solvent chosen for its stability at high temperatures. The high pressure gas increases the partial pressure of CO2 enhancing the driving force for mass transfer. Using multi-objective optimisation, the VSA and solvent capture conditions were optimised at different capture rates. At a capture rate of 75% the VSA/solvent hybrid is able to reduce the energy penalty by 3.6% points from 10.5% for the base case solvent system to 6.9%.