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80 Ft Azimut 2006

Carat

$2,790,000 USD

Amazing condition with light usage! 4 staterooms full beam master suite. Only 370 hours on CAT C-30 engines. Not for sale to US Residents while in US Waters.

75 Ft Azimut 2008

Flybridge Motor Yacht

Fil Eau

$3,250,000 USD

Not For Sale to US Citizen While in US Waters. 4 Stateroom Yacht + Crew Owner Motivated to Sell or Trade. SHOWS LIKE NEW!!

70 Ft Azimut 1999

Sea Jet

Caribbean Dreamin

$775,000 USD

The only Hardtop 70 on the market. Low hours, Updated Electronics 2011, New Teak 2009, New Davit 2011.

64 Ft Azimut 2012

Motor Yacht

Attaboy V

$2,795,000 USD

Stunning 2012 64' Azimut with only 325 hours & full warranty thru 8/15. This immaculate 3 stateroom plus crew includes every upgrade available when built.

 

Style, innovation and quality. Luxury yachts that also stand for value

One of the first reasons why an owner chooses an Azimut yacht is nearly always beauty. Then, the intrinsic values of the product come into play: its comfort, safety features, level of technology and elegant living solutions. Finally, owners want something more between the time of making their choice and the purchase. They want the boatyard that builds the yacht of their dreams to be able to boast a significant history, to have consolidated a network of services, to reflect a successful image and, above all, to be a sound company.

In all these aspects, Azimut Yachts can deliver results and guarantees of a true industry leader.

A luxury yacht has value if that value is long-lasting. If its beauty can challenge the seasons. If its style is a source of inspiration for those who are passionate about the sea, and not just a fashion follower. The design of Azimut yachts shapes the Italian essence behind the brand. Each model in the Azimut range reflects the attention to detail and the style excellence of Italian manufacturing.

The construction of luxury yachts requires production efficiency, advanced technologies and an ability to innovate. Boat owners who choose Azimut choose luxury, hi-tech yachts, built at cutting-edge boatyards where the Group’s investments in research culminate.
Azimut-Benetti’s R&D Centre develops technologies that are unique worldwide, for an experience at sea that is effortless and safe. In fact Azimut’s technologies are always designed to deliver safety and comfort to yacht owners.

Design, technology, materials, components and human expertise are all Azimut hallmarks that meet a higher standard: quality. This philosophy is possible because Azimut has put its income back into the company, over more than forty years, investing in personnel training, technological research, product development and the upgrading of plants and structures. Only in this way has it been possible to be the number one boatyard of choice worldwide for the construction of megayachts for 12 years running.

The history of Azimut

Azimut Yachts came about in 1969, when the young university student Paolo Vitelli founded Azimut Srl, and began chartering sailing boats.

In 1970 some prestigious yachting brands appointed the company to distribute their boats in Italy.
Azimut quickly expanded its operations: Apart from distribution, it began to design new yachts. In a joint venture with Amerglass, it designed the AZ 43’ Bali, a mass-produced fibreglass boat, which was an immediate success.

The company gradually expanded its range, focussing on the lower end of the market – with the launch of the AZ 32’ Targa in 1977, the “Ford T” of the boat world – and upper end too – (with the memorable début of the Azimut 105’ Failaka in 1982, the biggest mass-produced yacht in fibreglass at the time).

In 1985 Azimut acquired Benetti. This historical brand, based in Viareggio, had been building boats since 1873, and designed the concept of the megayacht.

Azimut was now able construct its own yachts, defining new style and industry standards that would go on to revolutionise the boat building industry, such as: large frameless windows, electric seats, and walnut interiors.

From the late nineties onwards, with the acquisition of new boatyards at Fano, the restructuring of the Benetti boatyards at Viareggio and the construction of a new site at Avigliana, in the province of Turin, Azimut went on to become the foremost builder of yachts and megayachts.
This leadership position was confirmed in subsequent seasons, thanks to numerous business successes and an investment policy which has consolidated Azimut’s technological and production capacities over the years, with sites now established in Turkey and Brazil.