Azimut Planing-Megayacht Under Construction

Azimuth Yachts News Release
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Azimut 42: Credit Azimut

Azimut starts construction on 42-meter triple-deck planing megayacht

Azimut Yachts announced the start of construction of their 42-meter  planing megayacht.

The largest of the line the new model include accommodation  for twelve guests in five cabins as well crew size of ten.

Technically, she will have a top speed in the region of 22-knots with cruising at 17-knots. All to be made possible via her intended twin MTU 16V 4000 M93L engines. Sailing conservatively at 12-knots or less, the Azimut Grande 42-meter will have a range of 1,200 nautical miles or more.
 

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