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The all new Azimut S7 features the extensive use of carbon and a triple pod propulsion, offering unprecedented design freedom thanks to yacht designer Stefano Righini.

The 21.3 meters , V-shaped hull is a result of the colaboration of Azimut with Ausonio Naval Architecture. In terms of materials used for constructing the new flagship of the Italian shipyard, much has been done with carbon instead of classic GRP.

The Italian beauty is available as a coupe or flybridge version. On the lower deck, it accommodates four spacious cabins with a total of ten sleeping berths (8 + 2). The garage situated between the comfortable living quarters and a generous bathing platform has enough space for a dinghy and a jet ski or any equivalent equipment. The main deck houses the salon, kitchen and cockpit along with front and aft deck areas for relaxing, socializing or sunbathing. The interior design is by Francesco Guida. The flybridge version of the S7 features a second helm station and even more deck space on the flybridge level.

Powered by three Volvo D13 - IPS 1050 - 800 mHP engines, the Azimut S7 reaches a top speed of 36 knots. The hull, tuned to the IPS Propulsion System, offers optimum maneuverability with a minimum of engine noise and fuel consumption. Fuel consumption is automatically controlled, balancing the content of both fuel tanks using the innovative "auto balance system", so that the yacht is always perfectly trimmed in terms of load distribution. State-of-the-art technology also includes the comfortable joystick control of the S7 and control of all yacht systems with just one control panel from Raymarine, which can be operated from the cockpit or even via a tablet PC.

Azimut was an advocate of the sportsbridge long before they were as fashionable as they are now and despite the size of the S7, it has resisted the urge to fit a more spacious flybridge.


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