Azimut Yachts has released their line up for the Cannes Yachting Festival 2023, including two new world premieres, the Magellano 60, and the Verve 48. Their new S7 were on display in the water for the first time, in addition to the other shipyard’s yachts on display.
Featured Image: Azimut Magellano 60
The 60ft Magellano model features an abundance of space, with design by Ken Freivokh Design. The yacht cockpit acts as a natural extension to the main deck lounge on the stern with a transparent parapet that creates an Infinity Terrace that overlooks the sea offering harmony with the water. The high efficiency Dual Mode semi-planing hull, offers a comfortable ride while also optimizing fuel consumption and emissions.
The Magellano 60 is powered by “HVOlution biofuel, produced by Eni Sustainable Mobility with 100% renewable raw materials…allowing a reduction in CO2 emissions of more than 80% compared to a yacht of comparable size powered by fossil diesel.”
Another debut happening at the show, the Verve 48 is a sport-weekender yacht developed in collaboration with designer, Francesco Struglia. A single extended platform offers access to the water through two ladders and a swim platform that opens up for greater space.
Thanks to three 600hp Mercury V12s, the Verve 48 can reach 50 knots at top speed, with a 15% reduction in fuel consumption, with noise reduction a key development when compared to the Verve 47 line. A hardtop is available with a tempered glass insert to allow natural light to pour in.
A sport yacht at heart, the new S7 series initially premiered at Boot Düsseldorf earlier this year, and was born out of the collaboration between designer Alberto Mancini and Yachtique.
This 72ft model is another low emission option with “highly efficient propulsion entrusted of [three] Volvo IPS engines and optimized hull lines, designed in collaboration with P.L. Ausonio Naval Architecture.” This combination reduces consumption and CO2 emissions by up to 30 percent.
Azimut Yachts were present at stand JETEE006 – PALAIS082 during the Cannes Yachting Festival.