Azimut Yachts to bring four new yachts to Fort Lauderdale
Published: Wednesday, 30 August 2017
Italian shipyard Azimut Yachts will bring a fleet of four new yachts that are having their international debuts at autumn boat shows. Yachts on display include Grande 35 Metri, 27 Metri, S7 and 60 Fly.
(Photos: Azimut Yachts - Grande 27 Metri)
The new models are designed Stefano Righini, who has collaborated with the shipyard for years.
Azimut Grande 35 Metri and Azimut Grande 27 Metri are the two new additions to the shipyard’s exclusive Grande Collection. Both use carbon fibre.
The 27 Metri features a full beam owner’s suite on the main deck and three or four cabins on the lower deck. Achille Salvagni designed the interior, which boasts flowing lines that were drawn comparisons to Italian Renaissance art.
The 35 Metri is the new flagship in the Collection. She features a Raised Pilot House (RPH), floor-to-ceiling windows, a large sundeck and a pivoting balcony that extends out from the owner’s suite over the water. The stern beach area can be opened and offers access to the garage.
S7 is the 21m model in Azimut Yachts’ sport collection. She also features the use of carbon fibre in the superstructure and the pivoting platform. There are four cabins and a garage that can contain up to two water toys. Francesco Guide, working with the yard for the first time, created the interiors. The Sportfly version will be shown in Cannes, while the Coupe version is also available.
Azimut 60 Flybridge boasts full-height windows and various lounge areas that enable privacy. Achille Salvagni’s interiors combine three different varieties of wood with steel and brass. Owners can also choose between different style propositions created.
After their world debuts at the Cannes Yachting Festival among a fleet of 19 yachts, the new models will grace the shores for Genoa Boat Show and Monaco Yacht Show, before heading to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The shipyard will present two new models at boot Dusseldorf in January 2018 and display models over 72ft at Versilia Rendez-Vous.