Azimut reveals Magellano 66
The Italian builder expects to debut its new Magellano 66 in spring, following up on the Collection’s flagship 25 Metri launched late last year.
The new Azimut Magellano 66 can reach 23 knots
Azimut is preparing to launch the new Magellano 66 this spring, further highlighting a Collection that has enjoyed increased profile since the arrival of the 25 Metri late last year and the announcement that the 30 Metri will debut in 2022.
The lounge and dining area can be separated from the pilot house
The main deck of the Magellano 66 is on one level. The lounge area and dining area benefit from vast windows that create an airy, light-filled interior, while a sliding door separates the saloon from the pilot station.
A decentralised stairway leads from the main deck to the lower deck, where there’s an owner’s suite and two guest cabins, plus a fourth room that can be fitted out with bunk beds or used as a storage area.
The owner’s suite is among up to four cabins
Outdoor areas include a large flybridge, with a stern lounge area that can incorporate a bar. In the aft cockpit, the dining zone can be transformed into a spacious relaxation zone where guests can stretch out in the shade, just above the water.
The EC category class motor yacht has a pair of 850hp MAN engines and a second-generation Dual Mode hull that offers smooth cruising and outstanding stability, whether in displacement mode or at higher speeds up to 23 knots.
The Dual Mode hull is powered by a pair of 850hp MAN engines
Before the Magellano 66, Azimut is expected to launch the new 53 Flybridge, possibly by late February. Azimut is represented in Hong Kong, Macau, southern China, Taiwan and Singapore by MarineItalia.
Azimut finalising 53 Flybridge
The upcoming Azimut 53 features an Alberto Mancini exterior, a roomy flybridge, three guest cabins and a top speed of 31 knots with Volvo’s IPS propulsion.