The comfort of 4 suites, the elegance of the main deck, and the largest flybridge in its category.
The Azimut 70's 22 metres of hull length seem endless in a photograph... and it appears even larger in the water, elegantly reflecting the grace with which it was designed. A revolution that continues to provide new thrills.
This sense of grandeur is amplified, when admiring the unprecedented design of the windows that designer Stefano Righini, intended to be "extreme". They are as tall and wide as they are extreme, with a surface of over 15 square metres. Extreme in design, with their elegant "shark's fin" that rises from the deckhouse, extending into the perfect elliptical design of the window panes. Extreme also in terms of the amount of natural light that penetrates through them.
The lower deck is the most comprehensive in its class with 4 cabins and 4 bathrooms. As the largest flybridge in its category, the Azimut 70 offers 30 square metres to enjoy betwixt the sky and the sea; over 15 square metres of glass surfaces that allow light to cascade through; balanced design that is typical to the entire range. It is not by chance that the 70 is a huge success, and it is not by chance that it is an Azimut.
Draft: 5 ft. 4 in.
Beam: 18 ft. 3 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 1268
Water tank capacity: 317
Speed max: 34
Length overall (incl. pulpit) 21.62 m (70' 11")
Hull length (incl. platform) 21.62 m (70' 11")
Beam max 5.61 m (18' 5")
Draft (incl. props at full load) 1.63 m (5' 4")
Displacement (at full load) 45.2 t
Engines 2 x 1400 mHP (1029 kW) MAN V12 Common Rail
Maximum speed (performance test mass) 33.5 kn
Cruising speed (performance test mass) 27 kn
Fuel capacity 4800 l (1268 U.S. Gal)
Water capacity 1200 l (317 U.S. Gal)
Cabins 4 + 2
Berths 8 + 2
Head compartments 4 + 1
Building material VTR/GRP
Exterior styling & concept Stefano Righini
Interior designer Carlo Galeazzi
Keel V-shape with angle of deadrise 15.6 degrees aft
Builder Azimut Yachts