Azimut confirms four models for Boot
The Italian builder’s four models in Hall 6 will include the world premiere of the S7, featuring an exterior by Alberto Mancini and interior design by Yachtique.
Azimut Magellano 66
Azimut will stage the world premiere of the S7 at Boot Dusseldorf (January 21-29), where the Alberto Mancini-designed 71ft sport fly will be among the brand’s four models at the world’s biggest indoor boat show.
The Italian builder will exhibit in Hall 6 at Stand D58 with a lounge designed by Milan-based architectural firm AMDL Circle, led by Michele De Lucchi.
Azimut Fly 78
The display will also feature the Fly 53 and Fly 78 flybridge motor yachts, also by Mancini, with the former model featuring an in-house interior and the latter enhanced by Achille Salvagni’s sophisticated design.
The show will also include the Magellano 66, which boasts a second-generation Dual Mode hull by the Azimut R&D team with Pierluigi Ausonio Naval Architecture (PLANA) and is the entry model for the long-range Magellano Collection.
Mancini designed the exterior of the S7 following his work on the S8 and Grande S10, while the earlier S6 features a design by the late Stefano Righini. All four models feature naval architecture by Ausonio.
However, the S7 is notable as the Azimut’s first sport fly model to feature an interior by Yachtique, with Francesco Guida responsible for the other three models in S series.
The S7 joins Azimut’s Low Emission Yachts, with improved fuel efficiency due to a compact IPS triple propulsion system and a hull designed by Azimut’s technical team, in partnership with Volvo engineers.
Azimut says such features reduce fuel consumption by up to 30 per cent at medium and high speeds, while the use of carbon-fibre in the superstructure also helps reduce overall weight and increase volume.
The S7’s generous layout includes a main deck designed around outdoor and indoor lounge areas and a spacious galley, while a large lower deck features five cabins and a garage for two water toys.