Three Iconic Models from Azimut Yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show

Azimut S10

In the year of the 50th anniversary of the Azimut-Benetti Group, Azimut Yachts chooses three of its most successful models to participate in the yacht show dedicated to superyachts, in the Principality of Monaco.


The Grande S10, the new flagship of the S collection, the Grande 32 Metri and the Grande 35 Metri represent and strongly confirm some of the hallmarks of the Azimut Yachts philosophy: technological innovation, extensive use of Carbon Tech, styling sources from other sectors and a perfect balance between aggressive lines and sophisticated interiors.


Azimut Grande S10

The yacht attracts great interest with its peculiarities: the widespread use of Carbon Tech and the original exterior design signed by Alberto Mancini. The Trieste-based architect was inspired for this project by three new ideas: a refined and modern villa by the sea, with several terraces on different levels, descending towards the water, an elegant megasailer and, lastly, the world of car design (top photo).

The interior decor, by Francesco Guida, has been created by playing on a combination of precious woods and white lacquer conferring brightness to the rooms along with a sporty feel.

This yacht too boasts a very high level of technological innovation, embodied in elements such as the electrochromic glass of the skylight created by Isoclima Cromalite and the ECS – Enhanced Cruising Solutions programme.


Azimut Grande 32 Metri

It can be considered a true work of avant-garde from various points of view, from the high rate of technological content – thanks to the combination of Carbon Tech and a D2P hull – to the exceptional peculiarity of the design. The spirited exterior lines, designed by Stefano Righini, succeed in concealing the large internal volumes thanks to taut stylistic elements inclined towards the stern.

Achille Salvagni, who designed the interiors, has adopted the theme of sophisticated softness that characterises other examples of the line: the rooms are inviting, simple and sophisticated, creating a harmonious balance between detail and function. Dark glossy wood surfaces alternate with large surfaces and portions of ceiling treated with light wood.


Azimut G32
Azimut Grande 32 Metri


Azimut Grande 35 Metri

It is a modern yacht in terms of line and content, with superstructure and hard-top in Carbon Tech and a D2P hull. Stefano Righini’s exterior lines are characterised by a sleek design and huge full-height windows. Unique in its kind, it has the option of adding an extra Sun Deck occupying almost 30 square metres, located on a third level and accessible from the stern of the Upper Deck.

Thanks also to a maximum width of 7.5 metres, this model has the features of a bigger superyacht, such as the garage, positioned laterally, to store a 5-metre tender and a jet-ski, leaving the stern completely free and offering the possibility to create a beach area measuring 12 square metres, thanks to the large pivoting bathing platform.

The interiors, also characterised by soft and enveloping geometries, are the work of Achille Salvagni: matt-finish and tactile essences are combined with darker, shinier woods, while the inserts are made of exclusive materials such as treated brass, bronze and polished steel.


Azimut G35
Azimut Grande 35 Metri



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