New carbon-fibre 35-metre for Azimut, the flagship of the Grande range
With exterior design by Stefano Righini, the Azimut Grande 35M, features a raised pilothouse and a carbon-fibre superstructure and hardtop. Key features include the 30 square metre sundeck, full-height windows in the bow and main-deck salon, and a spacious beach area with a pivoting swim platform. A side garage has room for a five-metre tender plus a 3.25-metre PWC. The Azimut Grande 35M features a second lounging area on the foredeck, fitted with sofas, a sun-lounging area and a hydro-massage tub.
The interior of the Azimut Grande 35M is by Achille Salvagni. The yard says that classical features have been reinterpreted “from a distinctive and unmistakably contemporary point of view”, where matt, textured woods are juxtaposed with darker, high-gloss elements and insets in brass, bronze and polished stainless steel.
Accommodation comprises a main deck contains the owner’s suite with a private balcony, and four guest cabins (two VIPs and two twins). A spiral staircase runs from the lower deck to the pilothouse. The backlit onyx steps have different finishings on their external and internal sides – white lacquer contrasted with mother-of-pearl respectively.
The D2P (Displacement to Planing) hull operates as a long-range displacement yacht at 10-12 knots, while cruising in semi-displacement mode. Twin MTU 16V2000 M93 will deliver an estimated cruising speed of 21 knots and a top speed of 25.5 knots.