New Azimut S7 premiered at Boot Düsseldorf
Azimut has officially unveiled the new S7, a dream come true for the most sporty yet ecologically conscious owners: a boat that is the ultimate expression of the brand’s eco-sport philosophy.
Featuring Volvo IPS trimotor propulsion and state-of-the-art naval architecture, S7 combines high performance with a 20-30% reduction in fuel consumption and emissions compared to shaft line boats of the same weight and size with a traditional hard-chine hull.
The exterior design by Alberto Mancini is to be discovered in every detail and enhances the sporty character of the boat, while the sophisticated and comfortable interiors, designed by Yachtique, a creative Italian boutique specializing in yacht design and decor, are conceived to offer maximum volume and space and a unique onboard experience.
The innovative triple propulsion, which is decidedly more compact, in addition to a important reduction in emissions, also frees up more space on board, despite Azimut S7’s slender and dynamic profile, defined by the line of the superstructure’s large arched glazing, designed in an uninterrupted manner: this magnificent graphical sweep and the cut-out bulwarks ensure that the interiors are filled with as much light as possible.
The interiors have been designed to maximize volume, to host spaces equal to those of larger vessels. The layout unfolds from the salon on the Main Deck, which seems even larger and brighter thanks to the decision to place the galley in the bow section, so as to create total continuity between the exteriors and interiors.
Four cabins, including an aft master suite unique in size on boats of this segment and a double VIP with ensuite bathroom accommodate guests, who can choose, while enjoying the external decks, between multiple cozy and versatile areas, including a Sport Fly so well integrated into the streamlined design of the exteriors that it becomes a large terrace with sunbathing and a second outdoor dining on the cockpit. The garage on this model is particularly generous and can contain two water toys: a custom version of the Pirelli J33 tender made for Azimut, and a jet ski.
The interiors are refined and comfortable, always maintaining direct visual contact with nature. The salon unites with the cockpit, creating a single space, in which the panorama becomes part of the interior design by Yachtique. Now making its debut design project on an Azimut yacht, Yachtique is an Italian creative boutique, specializing in interior design and decor.
For a number of years now, Yachtique’s team of architects has been working alongside leading design firms to customize large yachts and create sophisticated interior designs for major refit projects.
Azimut stands as a leader in the innovation and design of environmentally friendly luxury yachts, and the new S7 is another proof of the dedication to creating boats that not only meet, but exceed the expectations of contemporary owners with a combination of high performance, sustainability, and cutting-edge design that makes her uniquely unique.
Moreover,S7 is designed and built according to the highest standards in the sector and is covered by the HTS – High Technical Standard declaration issued by the shipyard. Complying with the requirements for both CE Category A classification and NMMA certification, the S7 meets the two most important safety codes for boats under 24 meters.
With its state-of-the-art naval architecture, Volvo IPS trimotor propulsion, and a wide range of options for customizing the on-board experience, Azimut’s new S7 is the ideal choice for owners who want to live their yachting dreams to the fullest.
Azimut S7: technical specs
|Length overall||21.68 m|
|Beam overall||5.15 m|
|Engines||3 x VOLVO PENTA D13 IPS 1050 800hp|
|Max Speed||More than 35 kn|
|Cruising Speed||27 kn|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||3800 l|
|Fresh Water Tank Capacity||1000 l|
|Cabins||4 + 1 crew|
|Berths||8 + 2 crew|
|Head Compartments||3 + 1 crew|
|Material||VTR + carbon fiber|
|Exterior Design||Alberto Mancini|
|Hull Design||P.L. AUSONIO Naval Architecture & Azimut Yachts R&D Department|
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