Azimut expanding Magellano range
The Italian builder is growing the Magellano series with a new entry-level model set to debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
Azimut is scheduled to stage the world premiere of the Magellano 60 at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The Magellano 60 will be the new entry model for a range that includes the upgraded Magellano 66, Magellano 25M and flagship Magellano 30M, with the 66 and 30M launched last year.
The Magellano 60 is designed by Ken Freivokh – who worked on earlier Magellano models and the recent 25M and 30M – and features the aft teak louvres on both sides that have become the series’ signature.
The aft cockpit has an ‘infinity terrace’
Features include an ‘infinity terrace’ in the aft cockpit, an aft galley and a forward saloon area with a starboard dining area with a sea view through the large windows.
The Magellano 60 is another step along the brand’s sustainability path and features a second-generation dual mode hull, so will join the brand’s collection of Low Emission Yachts, with at least 20 per cent less fuel consumption compared to shaft-line boats of the same weight and size with a traditional hard-chine hull.
The dining area is integrated into the saloon
“The models of the Magellano Series are crossovers for true connoisseurs, owners who love long voyages full of adventure and charm,” Azimut stated.
“Characterized by a timeless aesthetic, the Magellano 60 balances a design full of details, generous volumes and architectural solutions that guarantee not only a unique lifestyle but also freedom and intimate contact with nature.”