Azimut to launch two new Grande models in 2022
Following the launch of its 38m flagship Trideck this year, the Italian shipyard plans to add the 26 Metri and 36 Metri models to its Grande Collection.
Azimut Grande 36 Metri
Azimut plans to launch the 26 Metri and 36 Metri superyachts to its flagship Grande Collection in 2022 as the Italian builder continues its roll-out of models in its five-year plan from 2019-23, which it describes as “the most ambitious programme of launches” in its history.
The Grande 26 Metri is proposed as a compact superyacht, capable of offering separate flows between crew and guests, with five cabins including the owner’s suite on the main deck.
Azimut Grande 26 Metri
The Grande 36 Metri offers the possibility to choose between different layouts with distinct functionality for each space.
At this year’s Monaco Yacht Show (September 22-25), Azimut is displaying the Grande 35 Metri and 38m Grande Trideck, currently its two biggest models, with the latter launched earlier this year and debuting at this month’s Cannes Yachting Festival (September 7-12).
Azimut Verve 42
Azimut’s upcoming models include the Verve 42, which will have a world premiere at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (October 27-31). The outboard model follows the success of the Verve 47 in the US market.
In the spring of 2022, Azimut will present the Magellano 30 Metri, which renews the shipyard’s collaboration with Vincenzo De Cotiis and Ken Freivokh on the Magellano 25 Metri that debuted last year and arrived in Asia earlier this year.
Azimut Magellano 30 Metri
The Magellano 30 Metri is equipped with a dual mode hull and is the latest addition to the trawler-style Magellano Collection, which combines slow navigation with large volumes.
Azimut’s launches in 2022 will also include the new S7, which will join the S6, S8 and Grande S10 in its sports range. In 2023, the yard plans to introduce Sea Deck, which borrows from the experience gained by the Azimut-Benetti Group with Oasis Deck™. Sea Deck brings the opening beach area to smaller boats, starting from 50ft.
Marine Italia represents Azimut in several regions, but consistent sales of large models in Hong Kong make the company one of the Italian builder’s most important dealers globally.
Earlier this month, Azimut awarded Marine Italia with the Best Sales Performance for APAC, Middle East and Africa during its dealer meeting at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
Representing Azimut in Hong Kong, Macau, Guangdong province, Taiwan and Singapore, Marine Italia was Azimut’s second-best dealer globally, behind only US-based MarineMax, the world’s largest yacht dealership.
Yacht Style starts rolling out its New Models 2021 feature from Issue 61 with upcoming world premieres from Azimut and Benetti at the Cannes and Monaco shows.