Azimut S7 is the latest addition to the Low Emission Yachts family.
Conceived by an exceptional collaboration of revered designer with the creative boutique Yachtique, this 22-meter model joins Azimut’s Low Emission Family with reduced environmental impact, to which the shipyard is dedicating significant resources.
At 2023 boot Dusseldorf, Azimut premiered the new S7, the most technologically advanced sport yacht on the market. She is the latest addition to the Low Emission Yachts family, achieving the lowest fuel consumption in her category with the extensive use of carbon, the adoption of a triple VOLVO IPS engine configuration and an optimized hull design.
The latest sport yacht from Azimut also amazes by providing an unexpected sense of spaciousness, with a sportfly 30% larger than her predecessor’s, yet cleverly masked by the fluid and organic lines conceived by renowned yacht designer Alberto Mancini.
The novelty of the new yacht goes even deeper. It inspired debuting interior design studio Yachtique to take a fresh approach, prioritizing peace of mind and continuity between interior and exterior. Most strikingly, the windows flanking the salon have been enlarged and the bulwarks cut away to enhance and make constant guests’ visual contact with the sea.
Azimut Yachts at Dubai Boat Show 2023
With over 800 brands taking part, 30,000 visitors expected, and 150 boats exhibited, the Dubai International Boat Show is ready to raise the curtain on the Middle East’s most important event for the industry, now in its 29th year. From March 1 to 5, the stands and piers in the newly developed Dubai Harbour will be brought to life by owners, boating enthusiasts and industry operators, who are the driving force behind this must-attend nautical event.
The star of the show will be the Fly 68, the latest model in the Flybridge line and another collaboration between the shipyard and designers Alberto Mancini and Achille Salvigni.
The 21-meter yacht designed by the two architects is like a fine bespoke suit, perfectly tailored to the owner’s needs.
This is the result of a clear vision, in which the three different deck layouts developed for this 21-meter semi-custom yacht appeal to multiple categories of owner, and one of the reasons for this model’s best-seller status. Fly 68 also has some pleasant surprises in store for the owner from a technical perspective. Combining a twin pod propulsion system with an optimized hull, the new model forms part of Azimut’s new family of yachts, where the “S” stands for speed and sport. This is a pioneering model in Azimut’s “Carbon Tech Generation” because of the extensive use of carbon fiber to reduce the weight of laminated components by up to 30%, which translates into pure performance, excellent stability and handling, and even more onboard volume.