The Azimut S7 sportbridge yacht made her debut at the Boat Show in Düsseldorf in 2017, where she was awarded the European Powerboat of the Year award in the category of motor yachts from 13 meters. The exterior of the vessel was created by the famous designer Stefano Rigini, who retained the appearance features traditional for this shipyard - panoramic saloon and large portholes in cabins. No less eminent designer Francesca Guida worked on the interior, who designed the cabins and the salon in the Italian style.
For outdoor recreation, a flybridge, deck chairs in the bow and a shaded terrace at the stern are provided. From the terrace you can go to the folding transom with a hydraulic drive and a retractable springboard. The customer is also available with a tender garage. On the flybridge there is a full-fledged control post, a U-shaped sofa and sunbeds. The living room has a dining area, a control room and a kitchen with a stove, large fridge and storage space for groceries. Five double cabins with four bathrooms are provided for guests to stay. In total, including the crew, the yacht can accommodate up to ten people.
The shipyard offers three engine options to choose from: IPS hearths, Forties diesel engines, or VOLVO engines. The maximum speed is 36 knots, cruising is 30 knots, and the fuel tank is designed for 3600 liters of fuel. When traveling at cruising speed and half loaded, the ship can cover up to 300 nautical miles.
The Azimut S7 model is classified by A.Sea Craft and can be used to access the open ocean.
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