November 16, 2018

New Model: Azimut Grande 25 Metri

After having so much success with the Grande 27 Metri, Azimut goes a step smaller and presents the new Grande 25 Metri.  A super yacht designed by since the early nineties standing Azimut designer Stefano Righini that offers an interesting mix of sporty lines to that of a full flybridge.  This is not something new from Azimut, as the World famous boat builder has in the past offered similar machines, as the success which was the 98 Leonardo or the 68 Plus before it.  The Azimut Grande 25 Metri also presents some cool new design features as a more pronounced bow knee which reminds of the Americas Cup sailing yachts as introduced by New Zealand in year 2000, and then used up to 2007 in all the AC class.  For those that do not know that knee in those boats help add waterline up wind and at the same time increased speed and reduce the angle to the wind.  It is obvious that the Azimut bow knee is just there for aesthetic reasons since this is a motor yacht with two big engines in the engine room, to be exact twin Man 1650hp as standard or optional 1800hp units.        
Technical Data:
LOA - 26.62 m (87.4ft)
Beam - 6.20 m
Draft - 1.8 m
Displacement - 69.5 t
Fuel Capacity - 7850 l
Water Capacity - 1100 l
Accommodation - eight guest berths in four cabins, three crew in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Man 1650hp, or 1800hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 28 knots max 24 knots cruse with Man 1650hp
Construction - carbon fiber super structure, fiberglass resin infused hull
Project - Stefano Righini exterior, Achille Salvagni interior, Pierluigi Ausonio hull
Certification - Data UNI/ISO 8666

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