The master suite is classic Azimut, with a tufted Italian leather headboard on the centerline berth, leather-faced drawers, and a cute chair with (on our test boat) an alligator-topped desk/ vanity. The two hanging lockers have several shelves but only one short bar for hanging clothes, so plan to fold your finery.
The corridor forward to the VIP stateroom passes the twin cabin to starboard with direct access to the day head while, across the hall, what seems at first glance to be a lower berth is actually a large stowage area.
The VIP has the same niceties as the master suite, but far more storage for reasons that I can’t fathom. The hanging locker is twice the size of the one in the master, and there are two full shelves slanted for shoes.
Up on deck, this is clearly a seaman’s yacht, with wide teakplanked side decks well-protected by high bulwarks capped by stainless steel rails that make moving around at sea safe and secure. Forward, a pair of gullwing-door lockers provide ample stowage for fenders, docklines and other deck gear.