Azimut showcases stellar models at Dusseldorf

The luxury Italian shipyard showed would-be owners why they should purchase a model of their own.

By Rebekah Bell 01/02/2017

Founded in 1969, Italy's Azimut Yachts has produced a long line of luxurious cruisers. And demand for the beautiful boats is only increasing. The company recently announced a 15-percent growth pattern compared to last year at the same time, proving there is plenty of demand for the impeccably designed yachts. (In contrast, the rest of the market is projected to grow by only 8-percent).

The shipyard is displayed seven models at the Düsseldorf Boat Show (from January 21 to 29), giving would-be yacht owners the chance to see why they should purchase a model of their own.

Azimut 77S

The aggressive-looking _Azimut 77S_ has a vertical wave-cutting bow for a comfortable ride and, for greater exposure to the outdoors, large deckhouse windows and a transparent retractable roof.

The elegant boat is differentiated by a pivoting stern platform, which can launch water toys or tenders, and a double exterior deck featuring a table for eight, a large sofa, a kitchen area with a barbecue, refrigerator, and icemaker, and a retractable soft-top. (

Azimut Magellano 53

Reminiscent of the initial 15-metre version, the Azimut Magellano 53 is a luxurious long-range yacht. Outside, the cockpit — which features a U-shaped sofa and table — extends over the water like an al fresco terrace.

A sizable walkway leads to a second open-air zone, which features an outdoor dining station, a bar, and a multipurpose area. Inside, all of the furniture is at half-height so that guests can see the ocean from any angle. (

Azimut Magellano 66

Featuring a dual mode hull, the Azimut Magellano 66 is equipped with a dining area that can be separated from the galley to provide privacy.

The spacious main deck includes an L-shaped sofa, a bar cabinet, a dining table, and giant windows facing the ocean. (

Azimut Atlantis 43

The Azimut Atlantis 43 , which made its world debut at the Düsseldorf Boat Show in 2015, is making an appearance again this year.

Equipped with two three-person sunbeds, a living room, a C-shaped sofa, a kitchenette, and a water terrace that can be used to launch tenders and toys, the yacht is the ideal party pad. (

Azimut Atlantis 50

With large glass windows and an open-concept layout, the beautifully designed Azimut Atlantis 50 is perfect for day trips.

The cockpit features a table (encircled by a six-person couch) as well as a chaise lounge underneath the hardtop so guests can lounge and relax during their voyage. (

Azimut 72 Fly

The Azimut 72 Fly's spacious exteriors offer all the al fresco options one could ever want: lounge seating (with a retractable sun canopy), a sumptuous sunbed station, and dining space underneath the retractable glass roof.

Inside, well-appointed guest suites and a comfy living room allow guests to relax. (

Azimut 50 Fly

Modelled after its larger cousins, the Azimut 50 Fly is equipped with giant sun pads and U-shaped couches to help guests soak up the sunshine.

Inside, the yacht features three cabins, a breakfast nook, and a living space that opens to the deck. (


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