The Magellan 76, presented at Genoa International Boat Show 2012, comes from an evolution of the Magellano 74, the first model in the Collection of modern and sophisticated long range Azimut Yachts, which in 2009 wanted to once again renew the offer market. The design goals behind the Magellano models are autonomy, the maximum cruising comfort even at low speeds and the freedom to go at higher speeds when necessary.
In summary, the reinterpretation of traditional Italian trawler boats.
The Magellano 76, compared to the previous 74, becomes even more versatile in use of the spaces on board. It keeps the atmosphere warm and welcoming of a family boat and at the same time offers the possibility of having on board a large aft area with two crew cabins, galley and laundry area.
The dual access from the aft deck and the galley located on the main deck ensures maximum privacy for the owner, guests and crew.
The layout of the lower deck made it possible to offer 4 cabins and 4 heads plus the possibility to change a guest cabin in an additional relaxation area directly accessible from the master suite.
Externally, the fly bridge was extended aft by offering a larger surface area used as a sundeck.
Draft: 5 ft. 10 in.
Beam: 19 ft. 8 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 1981
Water tank capacity: 369
Speed max: 22
Length overall (incl. pulpit) 24.40 m (80' 1")
Hull length (incl. platform) 23.12 m (75' 1")
Beam max 6.13 m (20' 1")
Draft (incl. props at full load) 1.81 m (5' 10")
Displacement (at full load) 66 t
Engines 2 x 1000 mHp (735 kW) MAN V8
Maximum speed (performance test mass) 22 kn
Cruising speed (performance test mass) 11/17 kn
Fuel capacity 7500 l (1981 U.S. Gal)
Water capacity 1400 l (369 U.S. Gal)
Cabins 4 + 2
Berths 8 + 3
Head compartments 4 + 1
Building material VTR/GRP
Exterior styling & concept Ken Freivokh
Interior designer Azimut Yachts
Keel Semidisplacement Dual Mode
Builder Azimut Yachts