Combines sportiness and elegance. With its exclusive interior layout, it proves to be an elegant loft designed to assure owner and guests entertainment and relaxation.
The 100 Leonardo is a class of its own; a yacht of extremely refined design with uniquely stylish and dynamic lines. The superstructure is set slightly further back towards the stern to further highlight the dynamic and aggressive character of its profile, leaning further towards the horizon.
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The silhouette is true to lines that typically express that familiar Azimut design, whereas the glass windows in the deckhouse - as well as the double panoramic windows in the hull - introduce unprecedented design elements that command asymmetries that prove to be the new strong point.
The sun, light and unique charm of the sea and life outdoors are all concentrated in a large flybridge (55 square metres), that is decked in teak and protected by a hard top that increases the pleasure of experiencing this splendid "balcony" overlooking the sea.
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Being or...wellbeing? The thrill of looking out at the open water, the expansive feeling of the spaces, the relaxation of body and mind... the flybridge is like an enormous living room with two facing sofas. An elegance surpassed only by the sophisticated amenities designed to entertain and pamper the guests, with an unmistakeable touch of style.
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Beauty, powerful engines, cruising elegance, stability at anchor and the option to choose between two layouts for the saloon... there are numerous excellent reasons that can lead to choosing the Azimut 64. In addition, one will witness the intelligent use of space and other exclusive features such as the dinette bench with sliding back shared with the pilot seat. All these distinctive elements place the 64 at the top of its category.
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The Magellan 76, presented at Genoa International Boat Show 2012, comes from an evolution of the Magellano 74, the first model in the Collection of modern and sophisticated long range Azimut Yachts, which in 2009 wanted to once again renew the offer market. The design goals behind the Magellano models are autonomy, the maximum cruising comfort even at low speeds and the freedom to go at higher speeds when necessary.
In summary, the reinterpretation of traditional Italian trawler boats. The Magellano 76, compared to the previous 74, becomes even more versatile in use of the spaces on board. It keeps the atmosphere warm and welcoming of a family boat and at the same time offers the possibility of having on board a large aft area with two crew cabins, galley and laundry area.
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The Azimut 70’s 22 metres of hull length seem endless in a photograph... and it appears even larger in the water, elegantly reflecting the grace with which it was designed. A revolution that continues to provide new thrills.
The comfort of 4 suites, the elegance of the main deck, and the largest flybridge in its category.
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The new Azimut 77S continues the success story of the Azimut 55S and delivers more space, more comfort and more power.
Featuring a sleek design language and a luxurious interior, the Azimut 77S is without a doubt one of the most wanted yachts in its class.
The Azimut 77S is loaded with innovative technologies and smart features and you’ll especially like the pivoting stern platform, the wave-piercing vertical bow, the single large deckhouse window and the glazed roof.
As far as power is concerned, the Azimut 77S is offered with a choice of three engine configurations and all of them are paired with the Volvo Penta IPS transmission.
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The Azimut Flybridge 54 promises to reward its passengers with superior levels of comfort, modern technologies and unforgiveable moments each time they feel the need to venture on deep waters.
The boat was designed using the latest technologies in the business and features a squared bow, a sporty hull design and an ergonomic pilot station. Moreover, the yacht also comes with one of the largest fly bridges in its class, two sunbathing areas, a mini bar, dinette, and an optional integrated operable soft top.
As far as power is concerned, the Azimut Flybridge 54 is equipped with twin 725 MHP (533 KW) Volvo D11 engines which deliver a maximum speed of 32 Knots with a cruising speed of 27 Knots.
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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.
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