February 10, 2023

New Model: Azimut Grande 36M

Just a year later to the launch of the largest ever Azimut, the 38 meter Trideck flagship which has so far sold in eighteen units and deliveries going into 2026 the famous Italian name launch a two meter smaller Grande 36M, which is also a replacement to the 2017 launched Grande 35M produced till 2021 in nineteen hulls.  With only two meters smaller to the big Trideck the Grande 36M is a different second in size model, with designer Alberto Mancini giving sleeker lines, also because unlike the flagship she is a two deck with raised pilot house design.  It is interesting how the Grande 36M though looks sleek and sporty, thanks to the clever deck integration by Alberto Mancini, doing all this without losing space.  This is also happening also for the extensive use of carbon fibre for the super structure, which is part of a triumvirate high technology features going into the Grande 36M. The other two being its low emissions D2P displacent2planning hull shape by Pierluigi Ausonio and Azimut research and design which reduces fuel consumption by up to 30%, and an innovative air exchange treatment system that continually refreshes and treats the interior environments.  The Azimut Grande 36M offers two interior layouts, with this being about a private dining area on the top deck behind the pilot station or in the lower deck.  The cabin  arrangement is identical in both versions with a five double cabins layout including which is a master stateroom on the forward wide body part of the main deck.  The Azimut Grande 36M is powered by twin MTU 2200hp as standard or optional 2400hp engines with these giving top speeds up to 24 knots.  Azimut has so far sold eight hulls of the Grande 36M with deliveries going into 2025, with the yacht making its first appearance at the Cannes and Genoa fall 2022 boat shows.
Technical Data:
LOA - 35.29 m (115.9ft) incl. pulpit
Beam - 7.50 m
Draft - 1.98 m full load
Displacement - 180t full load
Fuel Capacity - 19000 l
Water Capacity - 3600 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins, six crew in four cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 2200hp, or 2400hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 24 knots max eighteen knots cruise
Hull Shape - D2P displacement 2 planning
Construction - fiberglass with carbon fibre for upper parts
Project - Alberto Mancini exterior, Achille Salvagni interior, PL Ausonio naval architect
Certification - RINA pleasure class, UNI8666 for data

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