Azimut’s latest fleet member proves that it is indeed what’s on the inside that counts.
The new 118-footer, which left the Italian yard this week, features a groundbreaking layout and design choices that have “never been seen before,” according to Azimut. It’s also the first Grande 36 Metri model to hit the seas.
As its moniker implies, the superyacht is part of Azimut’s popular Grande line. Penned by Alberto Mancini, the exterior is replete with sleek and sinuous lines that are synonymous with the Grande designs. She sports a displacement-to-planing hull designed by Pierluigi Ausonio, along with a lightweight superstructure made from a mix of GRP and carbon fiber. Together, this improves the vessel’s efficiency while reducing its carbon footprint.
In fact, Azimut claims the 36 Metri produces 15 to 30 percent fewer carbon emissions than boats of the same size with traditional chine hulls. It can certainly tear it up on the seas, too. With twin MTU 2400 engines, the speedster can reach 24 knots at full tilt.
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