2014 Azimut Flybridge 50

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The Azimut Flybridge 50 sets new standard is its segment. This 15-metre yacht will be fully revealed to the public is September 2014 and incorporates the latest design language adopted by the company.

The new yacht draws inspiration from the Azimut 80 and was designed by Stefano Righini. You’ll especially like the single mirrored glass window on the deckhouse, large bow area, and the classic vertical windows on the hull.

The interiors are designed by Carlo Galeazzi, and include a saloon, a dining area with relaxation area, below deck galley, and a lobby.

As far as power is concerned, the Azimut Flybridge is propelled by two Volvo Penta D11, 670 HP straight shaft engines which can sent you to a maximum speed of 30 knots with a cruising speed of 26-27 knots.

Hit the jump for more information on the Azimut Flybridge 50.

Overview

Azimut Flybridge 50

The Azimut Flybridge 50. All the appeal of an Azimut in 15 metres.

The Azimut 50 launches next month and this new 15-metre member of the Azimut Yachts Flybridge collection will make its world debut at the 2014 September and October boat shows. Spatially the boat is quite impressive. The design details are inspired by this season’s best seller, the Azimut 80, a clear indication that the Azimut Yachts collection is being revamped.

Azimut Flybridge 50

The designers were tasked with designing a 50-foot vessel reminiscent of the Azimut 80, the model which has proved to be incredibly popular on the international market this season, thereby forging a new stylistic cohesiveness within the Azimut Yachts Flybridge collection. Designed by Stefano Righini, the exteriors pick up on concepts found in the Azimut 80. 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 exterior spaces are given priority including a sizeable cockpit and enormous flybridge with its 17.5 m2 that definitely make it one of the largest in the category.

Azimut Flybridge 50

Designed by Carlo Galeazzi, the interiors include a saloon, dining area with relaxation area, below deck galley, and lobby leading to the cabins. The boatowners cabin is amidships at full beam and the VIP cabin is towards the bow. Thanks to the sizeable interiors, space has also been found for a third cabin with two pullman beds.

Azimut Flybridge 50

The two Volvo Penta D11, 670 HP straight shaft engines provide a maximum speed of 30 knots and cruising speed of 26-27 knots.

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Azimut Flybridge 50

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Azimut Flybridge 50

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The new 50-foot Flybridge will be on the water in June 2014, ready for its debut at autumn boat shows around Europe and the USA.

Specifications

Length overall (incl. pulpit)15.88 m (52’1’’)
Hull length (incl. platform)15.47 m (50’9’’)
Beam at main section4.60 m (15’1’’)
Displacement (at full load)23,5 t
EnginesVolvo Penta D11 670 mHp
Maximum speed (performance test mass)30 kn
Cruising speed (performance test mass)26-27 kn
Fuel capacity2.220 l (586,5 U.S. Gal)
Water capacity590 l (155,9 U.S. Gal)
Cabins3 + 1
Berths6 + 1
Head compartments2 + 1
Building materialVTR/GRP
Exterior styling & conceptStefano Righini
Interior designerCarlo Galeazzi
BuilderAzimut Yachts

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