Azimut Range: Flybridge Collection

Generous volume combined with dynamic lines characterize all models in this collection; from the smallest to the largest, the focus is on lifestyle and livability. Built in composite, these comfortable yachts boast a generous speed that allows for quick jaunts between islands or a few miles off shore in search of quiet anchorage and moorings.
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Generous volume combined with dynamic lines characterize all models in this collection; from the smallest to the largest, the focus is on lifestyle and livability. Built in composite, these comfortable yachts boast a generous speed that allows for quick jaunts between islands or a few miles off shore in search of quiet anchorage and moorings.

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Azimut 100 Leonard

Azimut Yachts launched this voluminous 100-footer in 2009. It features all of the Azimut Flybridge collection’s characteristics: sportiness, dynamic lines, performance and comfort. The designers created large open areas by removing partitions typically found in more traditional yachts. The Leonardo 100 also has a large and inviting aft deck, with a comfortable, built-in U-shaped settee that can be converted into an inviting sun bed. With the aft doors open, the interior salon and aft deck merge into a wonderful space offering an alfresco dining option. The flybridge, partially protected by an innovative hardtop with built-in glass, also has an alfresco dining area, plus sun pads and a Jacuzzi. In the bow area, Azimut included a spacious third lounging area, perfect for breakfast or sunbathing. Really interesting is the lower-deck layout, which positions the crew quarters and galley in between a generous full-beam master suite and the engine room. A lazarette houses the tender.

Azimut100Leo

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Azimut100Leo-Flybridge
Azimut100Leo-Maindeck
Azimut100Leo-Lowerdeck

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

30.75 m (100' 10")

Hull length (incl. platform)

30.45 m (99' 11'')

Beam at main section

6.8 m (22' 3'')

Draft (incl. props at full load)

2.01 m (6' 7'')

Displacement (at full load)

100 t

Engines

2 x 2216 mHP (1630 kW) MTU V16 2000 M92

Maximum speed (at half load)

32 kn

Cruising speed (at half load)

29 kn

Fuel capacity

10980 l (2901 U.S. Gal)

Water capacity

1800 l (476 U.S. Gal)

Cabins

4 + 2

Berths

8 + 4

Head compartments

4 + 2

Building material

VTR/GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Stefano Righini

Interior designer

Azimut Yachts

Azimut 88

Finding new solutions for the interior of one of the brand’s masterpieces was not an easy task. Yet, Azimut’s style department and Italian architect Achille Salvagni met the challenge head on. It is the first time that Salvagni, one of the rising stars of Italian design, works with Azimut. New features are found throughout but are particularly noticeable in the cabin area. The redesigned owner’s suite is well insulated from the engine room, with its bathroom now located between the bedroom and the engine compartment. The functional main deck also has a new layout with a portside dinette area featuring two armchairs and a breakfast table opposite the helm. The stairs were moved to provide extra space for a formal dining area located next to the large portside windows. The 88 now boasts a dayhead/powder room to starboard, with a porthole. The alluring décor blends exquisite veneers, leathers and upholsteries, exuding a sophisticated, masculine atmosphere. Also worth a mention is the extraordinarily large flybridge, which actually doubles the yacht’s open-air spaces.

Azimut88

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Azimut88-Flybridge
Azimut88-Maindeck
Azimut88-Lowerdeck

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

26.80 m (88')

Hull length (incl. platform)

23.98 m (78' 8'')

Beam at main section

6.40 m (20' 11'')

Draft (incl. props at full load)

1.83 m (6')

Displacement (at full load)

85 t

Engines

2 x 1825 mHP (1341 kW) CAT C32 ACERT V12

Maximum speed (at half load)

29 kn

Cruising speed (at half load)

26 kn

Fuel capacity

9000 l (2377 U.S. Gal)

Water capacity

1300 l (343.4 U.S. Gal)

Cabins

4 + 2

Berths

8 + 3

Head compartments

5 + 1

Building material

VTR/GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Stefano Righini

Interior designer

Azimut Yachts / Salvagni Design

Azimut 82

Its overall length of 84 feet makes the Azimut 82 Flybridge a true yacht. Plenty of large and rationally organized spaces offer great comfort to guests for long stays aboard. Boundless spaces for outdoor living exist on both the main deck and the flybridge, equipped with Jacuzzi, sun pads and a dining area with a bar, fridge and barbecue. An extra open-air lounging/dining area is in the bow section where a C-shaped sofa, table and sun pad create a cozy space. In the main salon, lounging and dining are on the starboard side, leaving a wide corridor to port that facilitates access to the galley, helm station and the stairs leading to the lower deck. This configuration enhances the generous dimension of the 82’s interior, which benefits from excellent natural lighting thanks to large windows. On the lower deck, a sumptuous amidships master suite (pictured) shares an intelligently designed space with two twin cabins and a large VIP.

Azimut82

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Azimut82-Flybridge
Azimut82-Maindeck
Azimut82-Lowerdeck

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

25.69 m (84' 3'')

Hull length (incl. platform)

23.95 m (78' 7'')

Beam at main section

6.2 m (20' 4'')

Draft (incl. props at full load)

1.73 m (5' 8'')

Displacement (at full load)

75 t

Engines

2 x 1725 mHP (1268 kW) CAT C32 ACERT V12

Maximum speed (at half load)

29 kn

Cruising speed (at half load)

25 kn

Fuel capacity

6800 l (1796 U.S. Gal)

Water capacity

1350 l (356 U.S. Gal)

Cabins

4 + 2

Berths

8 + 3

Head compartments

5 + 1

Building material

VTR/GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Stefano Righini

Interior designer

Carlo Galeazzi

Azimut 64

This is the natural heir to the Azimut 62, a model rewarded with unprecedented sales success—200 units sold worldwide. The 64 reinterprets and updates her predecessor’s key features. Thanks to the right balance between conventional composite materials and carbon fiber, this model is strong and light, allowing its twin 1,150-hp Caterpillar engines to provide top performance with lower consumption. Despite its generous volume, the Azimut 64 is dynamic and muscular. Stylistic features—such as the flybridge’s fins, the deckhouse windows’ shape, the glass panels in the roll bar and the four hull-side vertical windows that identify the master suite—give the overall design a special touch. The main deck is functional with ample lounging and dining areas inside and out, which is part of the appeal. An open galley to port allows socializing with whomever sits in the sophisticated salon. The lower-deck layout optimizes all spaces available, offering roomy accommodations for six guests (master, VIP and guest cabin with ensuite bathrooms).

Azimut64

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Azimut64-Flybridge
Azimut64-Maindeck
Azimut64-Lowerdeck

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

20.15 m (66' 1'')

Hull length (incl. platform)

19.25 m (63' 2'')

Beam at main section

5.06 m (16' 7'')

Draft (incl. props at full load)

1.51 m (4' 11'')

Displacement (at full load)

35 t

Engines

2 x 1150 mHP (847 kW) CAT C18

Maximum speed (at half load)

34 kn

Cruising speed (at half load)

28 kn

Fuel capacity

3900 l (1030 U.S. Gal)

Water capacity

980 l (258 U.S. Gal)

Cabins

3 + 1

Berths

6 + 2

Head compartments

3 + 1

Building material

VTR/GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Stefano Righini

Interior designer

Carlo Galeazzi

Azimut 45

This new model condenses all of the brand’s attributes into 45 feet. The concept and styling by Stefano Righini and interior design by Carlo Galeazzi create a small yacht with the attributes of a much bigger boat: an innovative layout with two or three cabins offers accommodations for up to eight guest (with the dinette sofa converted into a double bed). Doing a good job of expressing inches from the galley and owner’s cabin, the three-cabin version offers up an additional guest cabin with overlapping beds. A large galley, a few steps below the main deck, is visually connected to the main salon. Outside, apart from the large cockpit, the spacious flybridge is a highly enjoyable area. Built as a modular unit attached to the stern, the fly, which is designed for 10 guests, is accessed by a handy stairway. Built employing the infusion process, the Azimut 45 is outfitted with twin Cummins engines (max 480 hp each) for a top speed of 32 knots. Equipped with optional “easy handling” and “easy docking” systems, the boat has extraordinary maneuverability.

Azimut45

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Azimut45-Flybridge
Azimut45-Maindeck
Azimut45-Lowerdeck-2Cabins
Azimut45-Lowerdeck-3Cabins

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

13.78 m (45\' 3\'\')

Hull length (incl. platform)

13.46 m (44' 2'')

Beam at main section

4.31 m (14' 2'')

Draft (incl. props at full load)

1.23 m (4' 0'')

Displacement (at full load)

17 t

Engines

2 x 480 mHP (360 kW) Cummins QSB 5.9

Maximum speed (at half load)

32 kn

Cruising speed (at half load)

27 kn

Fuel capacity

1300 l (343 U.S. Gal)

Water capacity

500 l (132 U.S. Gal)

Cabins

2/3

Berths

4/6 + 2

Head compartments

2

Building material

VTR/GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Stefano Righini

Interior designer

Carlo Galeazzi

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