September 14, 2009

New Model: Azimut 38 Flybridge

Thanks to Clipper Marine, Azimut distributor for the UK and Balearics, who hosted the global launch of the new Azimut 38 Flybridge last Friday at the Southampton Boat Show 2009, we can bring the first online photo of this much waited model. The Azimut 38 has been designed by Stefano Righini who here presents similar ultra modern lines citing the 43 launched in 2004 but with greater sweeping windows. Planning, craftsmanship, decor and attention to detail inside has been taken care of by Carlo Galeazzi combining key attributes for a stunning motor cruiser which is the entry level in a fleet going up to 116 feet. The 38 sky light within the master cabin allows natural light to flood in, while the second cabin has panoramic water line windows providing spectacular sea views. Each of the two cabins has access to en-suites and wardrobe facilities. The main saloon has a large dining area incorporated into the layout as well as ample storage in the port side cupboards and a spacious galley equipped with fridge freezer and electric hob. The 38 Flybridge is fitted with a pair of Cummins QS5.9 355hp engines, which give an all time cruising speed of 26 knots, with a max of 32 knots. The newest model from the Italian brand has huge potential for strong sales integrating the innovative design seen in Azimut’s larger builds into a smaller more user friendly version which is sure to be a favourite with stylish motor yacht enthusiasts across the global boating fraternity.
Technical Data:
LOA - 12 m (39.3ft)
Length Hull - 11.88 m
Beam - 3.80 m
Draft - 1.12 m
Displacement - 12.4 t
Fuel Capacity - 1100 l
Water Capacity - 400 l
Accommodation - 4 berths in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cummins 5.9QS 355hp
Speed - 32 knots max, 26 knots cruise
Propulsion - direct in line shaftHull - vee shape 17.9 degrees dead rise aft
Construction - vacuum bagged fiberglass with DIAB divinycell core
Design -Stefano Righini exterior, Carlo Galeazzi interior
Certification - CE UNI ISO8666

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