The boat’s profile is that of a Wide Body RPH (raised pilot house), with a sleek design featuring full-height glazing both in the bow and by the salon.
A unique choice boasts a further 30 square meters sundeck, placed on a third level and accessible from the upper deck, a solution that perfectly integrates into the profile, maintaining the balance unchanged and preserving the overall dynamism of the model.
Azimut Grande 35m: carbon fiber to the max
The superstructure and the hardtop are made of carbon fiber, used by Azimut to build the largest structures and thus offer more space and comfort without increasing the weight and displacement of the boat. In addition to carbon, epoxy resin with improved mechanical properties is used during lamination.
With a maximum beam of 7.5 meters, the Azimut Grande 35m can sport important features, such as the side garage for a 5.00m tender AND a 3.25m jet-ski. In this way the stern remains completely clean and, thanks to the large submersible platform, turnis into a 12 square meter beach area. A second lounge area is located to bow (30 sqm excluding the side decks), and boasts sofas, sundecks and a hot tub. The trapezoidal bow, among the distinctive features of Stefano Righini, allows to have a wider walking space thus greater comfort to the entire area.
The interior design of Azimut Grande 35m has been entrusted to Achille Salvagni who, through a fluid architecture using soft and embracing geometries, reinterprets some classic elements with a contemporary touch. The project has a fil-rouge in its different declinations: opaque joineries contrast with darker and glossy ones. Inlays of materials such as brass, bronze and polished steel characterize the space. The main deck houses the owner’s suite with a private terrace which develops thanks to a peculiar mechanism. Belowdecks the layout offers four guest cabins, two VIPs with double bed and two with twin beds, accessed by a large central lobby. The bow area is completely separate from the guest area, and is dedicated to the six crew members: it has a mess, four cabins and four bathrooms.
The D2P (Displacement to Planning) hull, designed by Pierluigi Ausonio with Azimut Benetti R&D Center, combines the features of a displacing hull to the performance of a planing one. It is coupled to the wave piercer bulb to increase efficiency in navigation. The hull has been optimized for the entire range of speed, which includes 10-12 knots for long range, and semi-planing pace for fast cruising speeds., Powered by two MTU 16V2000 M93 engines, 2,400 HP each, Azimut Grande 35m should reach a cruising speed of 21 knots and a maximum of 25.5 knots.
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