The semi-displacement yacht Azimut Magellano 43, was introduced in 2013 and is a compact continuation of the Magellano line. Its design was carried out by the design office of the shipyard, together with the British naval architect - Bill Dixon. A new hull concept called “Dual Mode” provides the yacht with improved ride smoothness, and due to its light weight it also has a fairly low fuel consumption. The yacht received branded continuous glazing throughout the cabin and large portholes in the cabins. Designers gave the yacht a distinct Mediterranean style, which is clearly visible in the raised bow of the vessel and the guard rail.
For outdoor recreation, a flybridge, a shaded terrace and two sun loungers in the bow of the yacht are provided. The flybridge has a full control post and a relaxation area, and from the terrace you can go to the folding transom, which provides safe access to water. Inside the yacht there is a control post, a dining area, as well as a kitchen with a stove, oven and a place to store food stocks. There are two guest cabins with single beds and an owner's cabin with a large double bed. In total, the yacht can accommodate up to 5 people.
Azimut Magellano 43 has two Cummins QSB shaft engines with a total output of 800 hp. The maximum speed is 22 knots, cruising is 17 knots, and the fuel tank is designed for 1700 liters of fuel. When traveling at cruising speed and half loaded, the ship can travel up to 350 nautical miles.
Model Azimut Magellano 43, received the classification B.Sea Craft and can go on the high seas.
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