Azimut ushers in the new year with its attendance at Boot Düsseldorf

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The 2024 edition of Boot Düsseldorf, the largest indoor boat show that will be held from 20th to 28th of January, anticipates Azimut among its protagonists.

The Avigliana Shipyard will participate in the German boat show, a fairs with more than 1,500 exhibitors and almost 237,000 visitors from all over the world, to welcome customers with some of its most internationally beloved models.

Yachts at the exhibition: Magellano 60

Azimut’s most recent launch, the Magellano 60, is a crossover characterized by timeless design and elegant lines, conceived for owners who love long cruises and who wish to spend extended periods of time on board.

For this new model, the Shipyard has integrated the latest innovations from the Azimut|Benetti Group R&D department to reduce emissions and generally improve life on board.

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Magellano 60 – On cover FLY 68

Additionally, the Magellano 60 was selected as the vessel for the first voyages powered by HVOlution, the biofuel produced by Eni Live (Eni Sustainable Mobility) with 100% renewable raw materials* which, combined with the semi-planing Dual Mode hull, reduces well-to-wake CO2 emissions by more than 80% compared to a yacht of comparable size powered by fossil fuels.

In addition, on this model Azimut has introduced a new boat automation system which brings artificial intelligence on board, developed by the Shipyard in partnership with Google Cloud and Reply: through a proprietary app it is possible to interact with the yacht via commands that allow you to control, even remotely, various functions on board.

Azimut S7

S7 will also be among the models on display in Düsseldorf at the next edition of the boat show. Born from a collaboration with Alberto Mancini for the exteriors, this 22-meter cruiser is characterized by the residentially styled interiors of creative boutique Yachtique.

The S7 is a super-light sport yacht, designed for the most sporty and dynamic owners, which fits into the family of Azimut’s Low Emission Yachts.

Thanks to the combination of a triple Volvo IPS propulsion configuration, this model achieves a reduction in consumption and CO2 emissions of up to 30% compared to shaft line yachts of the same weight and size with a traditional hard-chine hull.

Alongside these two yachts, three models from Azimut’s Fly Series will also be present, showcasing more of the Shipyard’s design collaborations with Alberto Mancini.

Other models: FLY 53, FLY 68 and FLY 78

The Fly 53 is a streamlined vessel, which hides surprisingly large spaces for the 50-foot segment and is perfect for those who want to enjoy longer cruises in comfort. The Fly 68, meanwhile, is a cosmopolitan yacht, built around the owner with a selection of three interior layouts, each adapted to a different lifestyle at sea.

Finally, the Fly 78 features a layout that maximizes comfort and privacy with a clear separation between crew and guest footpaths, as well as a versatile living area, which satisfies the taste of the contemporary owner.

*In accordance with the EU Directive 2018/2001 “REDII”.

Azimut will attend Boot Düsseldorf 2024 from the 20th to the 28th of January 2024 with a stand in Hall 6, Area D58