Venice’s Arsenale again plays host to the Boat Show this year, an increasingly important and popular trade fair – especially from Central and Eastern Europe. This year Azimut has chosen Venice for the European premiere of Verve 42.
Verve 42 is a 13-metre weekender that has reset the bar in the category, transforming the liveability of its predecessor, Verve 47, to work in a smaller space and appealing to a younger target of water lovers.
The Stepped ‘V’ Ventilated Tunnel (SVVT) hull designed by Michael Peters reduces water resistance, ensures smooth, clean entry, and enhances performance. The interior design and exterior styling are by Francesco Struglia, who has penned head-turning lines with in-hull glazing right up to the gunwale, giving the helm station an open feel and conveying the sensation of intimacy with the water.
Sport yet glamourous
The sporty attitude of the Verve 42 is balanced by a glamorous, welcoming and convivial spirit, with the aim of offering a relaxed experience to as many as 12 guests during the day.
The outdoor area is a multi-purpose living space, while below deck the dining area that converts into a double bed and the double cabin allow four guests to spend one or more nights on board. Finally, with three Mercury outboard engines rated 400 hp or 450 hp, Verve 42 has a top speed of 45 knots and a cruising speed of 33 knots.
Alongside Verve 42, in Venice there will be also 3 of the shipyard’s most iconic yachts: Fly 68, Fly 72 and Magellano 66.
Azimut will be attending the Venice Boat Show from May 31 to June 4 at the Main Yacht Riviera