She’ll debut at the 2015 Dusseldorf Boat Show, and will represent the excellence of Made in Italy: she’s the new Azimut Atlantis 43 by Azimut Yachts and she will be trimmed with fabrics by Missoni, Armani and Loro Piana.
Azimut Yachts confirms their creativity and innovation, without forgetting the style that’s customary for the shipyard. This combination is behind the project of the new Atlantis 43: an open boat with a catchy look, good for different boaters thanks to smart and friendly solutions.
The deck is the main area of the boat: it boasts two solariums for three people each, one to the bow and one to the fore. The hard top repairs from bad weather, but a soft part in the middle slides open to get closer to the elements, helped by the unencumbered windshield and the large side windows that allow most of the light to get inside. The living area features a C-shaped dinette and the galley, while beside the helmstation a chaise longue quickly turns into a front-facing double seat.
The swim platform measures 3,5 square meters, and is accessible on both sides through some steps. A pram or a water toy can be hauled on top, before finding the best spot inside the aft garage, just underneath the solarium.
Smart solutions and details can be found on the lower deck as well.
The master cabin abow offers plenty of space, split into two closets, two hanging cabinets and a huge locker underneath the double bed. Side windows and a manhole above the bed let the sunlight in to brighten the room.
Much light also in the second cabin, whose versatility stays in the berths: two single beds can slide to form a double, while a third one can be added along the port side. The head is shared with the day guests, thanks to a double door, and features a separate shower as the master bedroom’s.
The below mess is amidships and boasts a large and complete galley and a dinette that can be transformed into a bed. The new Azimut Atlantis 43 is 13.86 mt long and 4.25 wide (45 ft 6 in by 13 ft 11 in), for an unladen displacement of 10.7 tons. The powertrain consists of two Volvo Penta D6, 400 HP each, and two sterndrives, for a top speed of 33 knots (38 mph).