Visitors to New York City’s Times Square are accustomed to seeing unusual sights. But a yacht? Your eyes won’t deceive you if you’re there. Through June 11, Azimut takes over Times Square, in celebration of its 50th anniversary. While she’s not a superyacht, the Azimut S6, showing up all over social media, is the biggest
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
Ninety-four feet (28 meters) of soft, sporty styling and luxury living inside. Azimut Yachts is finally revealing a thorough look at the Azimut Grande S10, a new megayacht model announced last year. In fact, while Azimut revealed details about this project in April 2017, simultaneously with the Grande Magellano, it only released the hint of
Owners of large megayachts often like having tenders that match their motherships. These boats are essentially stylistic extensions. So, why can’t owners of smaller megayachts do the same? They can, if they have an Azimut. The Italian shipyard and fellow Italian specialist Tecnorib have an exclusive relationship whose first tender is now available. The name
Raised pilothouses aren’t unusual to find on a 115-foot (35-meter) megayacht. Neither are full-beam relaxation spaces. But a beach club, a balcony off the master suite, and an optional third deck are. So is a wavepiercer hull design. All of these come together aboard the Azimut Grande 35 Metri. She’s the largest in the Italian
The Cannes Yachting Festival in September will mark the debut of the Azimut Grande 95RPH. She’ll join two smaller sisters, the Azimut 77S and Azimut 50 Fly, in premiering there. “Azimut Grande” designates all Azimut models of about 95 feet (29 meters) and larger. The Azimut Grande 95RPH is actually just shy of 95 feet.