The Azimut 80 flybridge yacht debuted in 2013 at the Boat Show in Düsseldorf, where it received the “Motor Boat of The Year” award. The design of the ship, traditionally for this shipyard, was done by famous designers Stefano Rigini and Achille Salvani. The yacht received extensive mirrored glazing throughout the cabin and large portholes in the cabins. The interior is decorated with light cherry, which is why the interior is visually enlarged.
On the large flybridge there are sun loungers that can transform into a small dining area, a bar, a full control post and a jacuzzi. For relaxation, sunbeds are also provided in the bow of the vessel and a shaded terrace, from which you can go down to the hydraulic transom, which provides convenient access to water. In the salon there is a bathroom, a large dining area, a kitchen with a stove, sink and refrigerator. The shipyard offers the customer four options for the layout of the cabin and the lower deck, the color of which can also be chosen to your liking. Four double cabins are provided for guests to stay, with a separate bathroom in each of them. The owner’s cabin received windows on both sides, a small sofa and a separate wardrobe with a safe built into it. Given the crew double cabin, which is located in the stern of the vessel, 16 people can be accommodated on the yacht.
The Azimut 80 has two MAN diesel engines with a total capacity of 1,500 hp or 1,800 hp, and the fuel tank is designed for 6,000 liters of fuel.
Due to the special fin stabilizer of the pitching, the already stable sailing became even softer. Thanks to this option, the Azimut 80 can be used to access the open sea, as evidenced by its classification - B. Sea Craft.
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