Azimut is gearing up for its participation in Boot Düsseldorf, scheduled from January 20th to January 28th, 2024. The showcase will highlight the world premiere of the Magellano 60, unveiled at Cannes 2023, and the S7. The Fly Series will also make a strong appearance with three models on exhibit: the Fly 53, Fly 68, and Fly 78.
Azimut Magellano 60
The Magellano 60, Azimut's latest launch, is a crossover boasting timeless design and elegant lines, designed for owners passionate about extended cruises. The yacht incorporates the latest innovations from the Azimut|Benetti Group R&D department, focusing on emission reduction and overall onboard improvement. The Magellano 60 also pioneers the use of HVOlution, Eni Live's biofuel with 100% renewable raw materials, significantly reducing CO2 emissions. Additionally, a new smart boat automation system, developed in collaboration with Google Cloud and Reply, brings artificial intelligence on board.
The S7, a returning star from Boot 2023, will grace the exhibit in Düsseldorf. This 22-meter cruiser, a product of collaboration with Alberto Mancini for exteriors and Yachtique for interiors, offers chic, residential-styled spaces. As part of Azimut's Low Emission Yachts family, the S7, with triple Volvo IPS propulsion, achieves optimized performance and a substantial reduction in consumption and CO2 emissions compared to traditional hard-chine hull yachts.
Azimut Fly 68
Accompanying these premieres, Azimut's iconic Fly Series will have a strong presence. The Fly 53 is a streamlined vessel with unexpectedly spacious interiors, perfect for extended cruises. The Fly 68, a cosmopolitan yacht, offers three interior layouts tailored to diverse seafaring lifestyles. Finally, the Fly 78 maximizes comfort and privacy with distinct crew and guest paths, coupled with a versatile living area, catering to the tastes of contemporary owners.
Azimut Yachts is an Azimut Benetti Group brand. With its Atlantis, Magellano Flybridge, S, Verve and Grande collections, Azimut offers the widest range of 10 to 40 meters.