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Azimut confirms display at Dubai show

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The Italian builder has confirmed it will exhibit four yachts, including two Grande superyachts, at the Dubai International Boat Show.

  

Azimut, Dubai, International, Boat, Show, Dubai Harbour, 78, S8, Grande, 27 Metri, 32 Metri, Seas & Deserts, Achille Salvagni, Alberto Mancini, Francesco Guida, Stefano Righini, Trideck, Middle East, sales

 

Azimut Yachts is displaying four models ranging from 78-105ft at the Dubai International Boat Show, which is being held for the first time at Dubai Harbour (March 9-13). The Italian builder is showing a 78 Fly, an S8, Grande 27 Metri and Grande 32 Metri in cooperation with Seas & Deserts, its Gulf dealer.

 

The 27 Metri (88ft) and 32 Metri (105ft) from Azimut’s flagship Grande Collection of superyachts both feature exterior design by the late Stefano Righini and interiors by Achille Salvagni.

 

Azimut, Dubai, International, Boat, Show, Dubai Harbour, 78, S8, Grande, 27 Metri, 32 Metri, Seas & Deserts, Achille Salvagni, Alberto Mancini, Francesco Guida, Stefano Righini, Trideck, Middle East, sales

 

The Azimut 78, which debuted at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival, also features interiors by Salvagni and is the first model in the Flybridge Collection with an exterior by Alberto Mancini. Another premiere at Cannes in 2019, the S8 (81ft) from the sportbridge range features a Mancini exterior along with a Francesco Guida interior.

 

Azimut recently announced growth of 47 per cent in three years in the Middle East, which now accounts for 25 per cent of the company’s sales and more than half of the 15 sales of the Grande Trideck, the brand’s 38m flagship launched last year.

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