Azimut to Debut Yacht Trio
Azimut’s S10, the builder’s new S class flagship, was designed by Alberto Mancini (exterior) and Francesco Guida (interior), as they reportedly drew inspiration from other mega-yachts, a villa on the Italian Riviera and sports cars. The S10’s bridge was designed in partnership with Naviop and is described as “ultra-high-tech” by the manufacturer. This 94-footer’s construction is made of carbon fiber and glass-reinforced plastic.
The S10 has four staterooms, including a full-beam master with his-and-her sinks, and two cabins for crew. Power is twin MTU 2,600 hp diesels. The builder reports a top speed of 35 knots.
The Azimut 78 Fly’s exterior was also designed by Mancini, and Achille Salvagni designed the interior. Within the 78, the salon and dining area are combined into a single space. The area is flanked by sole-to-ceiling windows. There are four staterooms, including a full-beam master with his-and-her sinks, and one cabin accommodating up to three crew.
This is Azimut’s first flybridge model to be equipped with triple Volvo Penta IPS propulsion: Standard power is triple IPS1200s (900 hp), and optional triple IPS1350s (1,000 hp) is available. Top speed is a reported 33 knots. The 78 can cruise up to a reported 26 knots.
Azimut’s Atlantis 45 design was crafted in partnership with Neo Design for both its interior and exterior. The transom garage accommodates an 8-foot tender, and the swim platform can handle a 9-foot-plus tender. Owner and guest staterooms are both full-beam and are separated by the centrally located galley-dinette combo belowdecks.
The 45’s power comes from twin Volvo Penta IPS600s (435 hp). The yacht tops out at a reported 33 knots and cruises at a reported 28 knots.
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