Fort Lauderdale 2012: Azimut 72S

The designer of the Azimut 72S succeeded in concealing the flybridge—an unusual feature on a sport yacht—into the streamlined profile. A roomy cockpit features a C-shaped sofa with table that can be converted into a large sun pad.
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The designer of the Azimut 72S succeeded in concealing the flybridge—an unusual feature on a sport yacht—into the streamlined profile. A roomy cockpit features a C-shaped sofa with table that can be converted into a large sun pad. Access to the crew quarters for two is hidden below the sofa’s cushions; the crew also has direct access to the engine room and swim platform. A four-panel glass door leads into a large salon where two L-shaped sofas and an extendable table provide plenty of space to relax. To port is the helm station equipped with standard Raymarine G-Series instruments. Electronic controllers and a new-generation joystick by Motronica provide easy maneuvering. Three cabins for six, including the owners, are on the lower deck. Class A approved (the highest rating under Europe’s CE classification), the Azimut 72S incorporates carbon glass throughout most of the structure.

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Location: E Dock 502, 502A-I
LOA: 73ft. 3in. (22.32m)
Beam: 18ft. 3in. (5.56m)
Engines: 2 x MAN V12 Common Rail
Speed (max./cruise): 39 knots/34 knots

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