Azimut Range: Magellano Collection

Designed for owners who enjoy longer periods at sea and give priority to environmental concerns and lower fuel consumption, the two models in the Magellano collection offer comfortable and versatile interiors combined with cutting-edge technology and innovative materials that earned the more recent Magellano 50 several awards, including the international powerboating organization UIM’s 2011 environmental award.
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Designed for owners who enjoy longer periods at sea and give priority to environmental concerns and lower fuel consumption, the two models in the Magellano collection offer comfortable and versatile interiors combined with cutting-edge technology and innovative materials that earned the more recent Magellano 50 several awards, including the international powerboating organization UIM’s 2011 environmental award.

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Magellano 74

In late 2009, Azimut Yachts broke with tradition when it unveiled the Magellano 74. It was the first model of a collection of cruisers with excellent seaworthiness, first-class comfort and a completely new hull and distinctive styling. It aims at a different type of boater. At around 11 knots, the yacht has a range of more than 1,100 nautical miles, much more than any of the previous Azimut models. The Magellano 74 is offered in two versions, with two or three lower-deck cabins. A very large salon, open from cockpit to helm station, offers comfortable areas for lounging and dining, with great views to the exterior. The Magellano 74 boasts the signature of renowned yacht designer Ken Freivokh. See Yachts International’s April 2010 issue for a full feature article on the first Magellano 74.

AzimutMagellano74

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AzimutMagellano74-Flybridge
AzimutMagellano74-Maindeck
AzimutMagellano74-Lowerdeck

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

22.66 m (74' 4'')

Hull length (incl. platform)

22.6 m (74' 1'')

Beam at main section

6 m (19' 8'')

Draft (incl. props at full load)

1.77 m (5' 9'')

Displacement (at full load)

64 t

Engines

2 x 1015 mHp (746 kW) CAT C18

Maximum speed (at half load)

23 kn

Cruising speed (at half load)

18 kn

Fuel capacity

7190 l (1.899 U.S. Gal)

Water capacity

1950 l (383 U.S. Gal)

Cabins

3/4 + 1

Berths

6/8 + 1

Head compartments

3/4 + 1

Building material

VTR/GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Ken Freivokh

Interior designer

Ken Freivokh

Magellano 50

The Magellano 50, which debuted at the Genoa Boat Show in 2010 and in the United States at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show a year later, has the same cruising ambitions as its bigger sistership. It features naval architect Bill Dixon’s “Dual Mode” hull, a state-of-the-art semi-displacement hull allowing excellent performance in both displacement and planing modes, and styling by Cor D. Rover. The yacht is class A approved (under CE classification) and also has Italian classification society Rina’s Green Plus notation. Azimut also offers a hybrid version fitted with the Easy Hybrid system, created its own research and development department. The hybrid version allows boaters to cruise at up to 8 knots using the electric motor in complete silence and with the greatest ease and control. The Magellano offers great livability inside and out, with an outdoor salon forward and flexible design options for the lower deck.

AzimutMagellano50

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AzimutMagellano50-Flybridge
AzimutMagellano50-Maindeck
AzimutMagellano50-Lowerdeck-2Cabins
AzimutMagellano50-Lowerdeck-3Cabins

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

15.64 m (51\' 4\'\')

Hull length (incl. platform)

14.98 m (49' 2'')

Beam at main section

4.65 m (15' 3'')

Draft (incl. props at full load)

1.32 m (4' 4'')

Displacement (at full load)

25 t

Engines

2 x 425 mHP (131 kW) Cummins QSB 5.9

Maximum speed (at half load)

21 kn

Cruising speed (at half load)

16 kn

Fuel capacity

3000 l (792 U.S. Gal)

Water capacity

700 l (185 U.S. Gal)

Cabins

2/3

Berths

4/6

Head compartments

2

Building material

VTR/GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Cor D Rover

Interior designer

Azimut Yachts

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