March 10, 2012

New Model: Azimut 120 SL

The 120 SL is definitely one of the most awaited models in the Azimut fleet, and considering the success of the 2003 launched S fleet this had to be expected.  The sales numbers of the Azimut S has always been impressive; with the first model the 68 sold to over fifty units in less to a year at its time, and the second the 86 over ten in the same period.  Designed as all Azimut fleet minus the Magellano range by Stefano Righini the 120 SL makes part of the Grande fleet, and is the current flagship of the Italian builders line up, although projects of a 126 tri-deck are in development stages.  The new sports flagship of Azimut as the smaller 103 SL features a sport flybridge.  Below in standard layout is space for four double guest cabins with an owners stateroom located to midships.  An enclosed galley is located in between the cabins.  Crew cabins are three sleeping from four to six located with a lobby to midships between the engine and owners room.  Power is a triple MTU engine set up of 2434hp each with water jets propulsion giving a top speed of 36 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 35.5 m (116.6ft)
Beam - 7.90 m
Draft - 1.50 m
Displacement - 148 t
Fuel Capacity - 18000 l
Water Capacity - 3000 l
Accommodation - 8 guest in 4 cabins, 6 or 4 crew in 3 cabins
Engines - 3 x MTU 16V2000 M93 2434hp
Propulsion - jet dives
Speed - 36 knots max, 23 cruise
Project - Stefano Righini