The six models in the Azimut Flybridge Collection, a.k.a. the Fly series, will see a new large sistership. The Azimut 78 Fly helps customers of the Italian yard stay in the family longer, stepping up in size gradually. Simultaneously, the new yacht is the first Flybridge from a noted designer and first featuring a special
Boat shows are more than an occasion to premiere models. They’re also when builders and designers unveil plans for upcoming projects. Azimut used last week’s Miami Yacht Show for both, including the announcement of the Azimut 76 Fly. She’s the largest of five new yachts in build for the brand. “Fly” signifies the Fly Collection,
UPDATE, NOVEMBER 6, 2019: Benetti has sold hull number two of the Diamond 145. No details are available on the customized arrangement, though, or delivery date. Read on for our original article. The newest semi-custom series from Benetti is in build for a buyer. Hull number one of the Benetti Diamond 145 megayacht series
The American market is becoming more significant for Baglietto. An American owner is about a year away from taking delivery of an all-aluminum megayacht from the shipyard. For the time being, the shipyard just refers to her as the Baglietto 40M RPH. She is Baglietto hull number 10232. This 131-footer (40-meter) is special for a few reasons.
She sports the distinctive wave-piercing bow pioneered by her big sister, the Azimut Grande 35 Metri, in 2017. However, the new Azimut Grande 32 Metri, revealed at last September’s Cannes Yachting Festival, has a personality all her own. A cutting-edge hull design by Pierluigi Ausonio combines a slippery and stable double-chine form with a wavepiercer.
After nearly 20 deliveries in its Vision 145 series, Benetti has changed things up. It now has a slightly different megayacht model as part of its Class series, the Diamond 145. While you might assume everything from LOA to features is the same between the two yachts, there are actually notable differences. The first, and