Azimut Yachts Magnificent Six
A Reason To Reunite With Friends In Venice
The recent Venice Boat Show saw Azimut Yachts showcase six models with everlasting lines. The Italian shipyard welcomed customers and friends to its stand at the Darsena Grande - Riviera Levante, in the city’s prestigious Arsenale area, where for the very first time the Timeless version of the Magellano 25 Metri was on show. Flanking it were Azimut’s sporty S6 and S8, the Flybridge Collection flagship Fly 78, and Atlantis 45 and 51 from the Atlantis Collection of sport cruisers.
“The Venice boat show is above all an opportunity for us to reunite with customers along the Adriatic Sea for the first time since the main trade fairs were stopped,” said Marco Valle, CEO of the Azimut Benetti
Group. “At this pivotal moment, in which our country is slowly starting up again, we hope that the nautical industry can be a driving force for the economy and a flagbearer for the excellence of Made in Italy”.
One of the most eagerly awaited yachts at the event, the Magellano 25 Metri, was shown for the first time in Europe in the Timeless version. It combines exterior styling by Ken Freivokh with custom interiors designed by the Azimut style office based on the concept and architectural project developed by Vincenzo De Cotiis. Unprecedented, the Magellano 25 Metri is a yacht where materials and technology come together to create a unique and unrepeatable object. The central element
around the entire project is the entirely glassclad superstructure, designed to convey the sensation of a penthouse on the water. The raised wheelhouse has direct access to the helm station on the fly bridge, making the boat particularly suitable for long cruises and permitting a layout that guarantees total privacy for the owner, guests and crew.
Another star of the Show was the Azimut 78 Fly, an extremely innovative boat with exterior design by Alberto Mancini and spacious interiors by Achille Salvagni. This Flybridge collection 24-metre flagship strikes a balance between dynamic lines and generous space.
From the sporty S collection, the S6’s sleek aerodynamic lines are designed by Stefano Righini and interiors by Francesco Guida. Stefano Guida also designed the interiors of Azimut S8, which has aggressive high-performance exteriors by Alberto Mancini.
The Atlantis 45 and 51 sport cruisers represented the Altantis Collection. The 45 boasts exteriors by New Design and interiors by Azimut Yachts, while both the exterior and interior design of the 51 is by Neo Design.