The new Azimut 95 to debut at the Genoa Boat Show

The Azimut 95 Flybridge, born in Viareggio, will be presented in a world preview in the exceptional setting of the Genoa International Boat Show on 6 October 2007 concomitantly with the world launch of the Azimut 58, another new model of Azimut Yachts’ broad Flybridge range.


In its nearly 30 metres of length the Azimut 95 lays down new interpretations of Italian-made elegance in the refinement of its large spaces devoted to onboard life in maximum comfort, the superb lighting of the interiors, and its dynamic profile.

Azimut’s latest creation has been designed in accordance with criteria of rationality in the use of spaces, understood as forms that have to “collaborate” with the style, exceptional simplicity of operation, and maximum intimacy for owner and guests. It will also offer more than 175 m2 of space for onboard life.

The large fly bridge area, equipped with a functional adjustable hard top, the fully roofed cockpit and the generous bow spaces are cosy “lofts” on the water.

In particular, the fly bridge is the area that best shows the abundance of spaces for experiencing the sea on this new model: a notable roominess that makes it the biggest of the category in absolute.

The three windows on either side of the deckhouse give dynamism to the profile and a perfectly diffused luminosity as a function of the internal structures.

The spacious main deck is rationally subdivided by fine cherry furniture between the large saloon, positioned on a single level, and the lunch area offering a panoramic view of the sea thanks to the central windows of the deckhouse that descend to the level of the washboard. The wheelhouse area and the galley are accessible from the outside, ensuring the total absence of interference by the crew with onboard life.

The lower deck presents four spacious cabins: in particular evidence are the owner’s cabin, remarkable for its spaciousness and luxuriousness with a double bath, Jacuzzi and shower, and an exceptional VIP cabin with a 45° bed and large windows, while the two guest cabins are among the roomiest in the category.

Preliminary provisional technical specifications:
Length overall 29.87 m (98’)
Beam at main section 6.85 m (22’ 6”)
Draft at full load 1.86 m (6’ 1”)
Fuel capacity 12000 l (3170 US gal)
Water capacity 1800 l (476 US gal)
Cabins 4 + crew
Berths 8 + crew
Bathrooms 6 + crew
Building material GRP
Keel V-shape with angle of deadrise 9.6° aft
Engines 2 x 1825 mHP (1341 kW)
CAT C32 ACERT 12 V
Maximum speed 26.5 knots
Cruising speed 23 knots

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