Four boats sold in pre-launch: the Azimut 77S seems to have already taken the road to success in the wake of his younger brother Azimut 55S, the best-selling of which, two years after the launch, were produced as many as 40 units. The yacht embodies that special synthesis of stylistic innovation, technology, and functionality found in all the Italian boatyard's latest models. The pivoting stern platform for maximum flexibility, the wave-piercing vertical bow - for the first time introduced with the Azimut 55S - the single large deckhouse window, the glazed roof, superior performance, and enhanced fuel efficiency thanks to three engine configuration coupled with Volvo Penta IPS transmission are just some of the main features.
The new 77S joins the other upcoming season offerings - the Azimut Grande 95RPH and the Azimut 50 Fly - debuting at the September 2014 boat show in Cannes. The yacht embodies beauty and sportiness, further incontrovertible proof of Azimut Yachts- role as "ambassador of Made in Italy boating worldwide".
Draft: 5 ft. 5 in.
Beam: 18 ft. 3 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 1056
Water tank capacity: 290
Speed max: 36
Length overall (incl. pulpit) 23,6 m (77' 5")
Hull length (incl. platform) 23,54 m (77' 2")
Beam max 5,55 m (18' 3")
Draft (incl. props at full load) 1.64 m (5' 5")
Displacement (at full load) 58 t
Engines 3 x 900 mHP (662 kW) VOLVO D13 - IPS 1200
Maximum speed (performance test mass) 36 kn
Cruising speed (performance test mass) 32 kn
Fuel capacity 4000 l (1056 U.S. Gal)
Water capacity 1100 l (290 U.S. Gal)
Cabins 4 + 2 crew
Berths 8 + 3 crew
Head compartments 4 + 1 crew
Building material VTR/GRP
Exterior styling & concept Stefano Righini
Interior designer Carlo Galeazzi
Hull designer Pierluigi Ausonio Naval Architecture & Azimut Yachts
Keel V-shape with deadrise 14 degrees aft
Builder Azimut Yachts