The new Azimut 72 has been entirely designed and built in the Avigliana boatyard in collaboration with Stefano Righini, who developed the model’s general concept and the style of the exterior while Carlo Galeazzi took care of the interior design.
The new Azimut 77S embodies that special synthesis of stylistic innovation, technology, and functionality found in all the Italian boatyard’s latest models. The main features includes the pivoting stern platform for maximum flexibility, the wave-piercing vertical bow, the single large deckhouse window, the glazed roof, superior performance, and enhanced fuel efficiency thanks to three engine configuration coupled with Volvo Penta IPS transmission.
The Azimut Yachts Flybridge collection gets a new member with the launch of the Azimut 50 next month. This new 15-metre yacht will make its world debut at the 2014 September and October boat shows. The design details are inspired by the Azimut 80, the model which has proved to be incredibly popular on the international market this season. Designed by Stefano Righini, some of the eye-catching features include the single mirrored glass window on the deckhouse with similar detailing on the fly, the decidedly impressive size of the bow area, and the classic vertical windows on the hull.
The Azimut Grande is the most exclusive Azimut Yachts collection. The 36 metre Azimut Grande 120SL offers the boatowner a wide range of options, catering specifically to the semi‐custom boat market. Aside from the location of certain integral yacht components, such as the engines, bilges, and main bulkheads, the boat owner has been given total freedom in the detailing of construction and decor.