These three new 25-metre yachts were born from expert pencils. They are three jewels in the crown of Italian shipbuilding and Made in Italy. Attractive lines, excellent performance, futuristic solutions. All to be discovered to find out which one best reflects your idea of experiencing the sea.
TOP 2021 New 25-metre boats
A large motor yacht designed with simple, sleek lines, but capable of standing out and catching the eye of the beholder. This is undoubtedly one of the greatest achievements of the yard and its designer, Christian Grande, with the Settantotto, a model that among other things is strongly linked to “Made in Italy”. It is no coincidence that the model is called Settantotto, written in letters, and not the more international “78”. Lines alone, however, are not enough: here, then, are practicality, volumes and comfort, without forgetting a suitable motorisation to keep consumption as low as possible. When cruising, whether short or long, it is essential to “feel at home”, in other words to be in a welcoming place. In keeping with the art direction choices, the Settantotto is therefore furnished with elements from the Flexform collections, chosen directly by designer Christian Grande.
LOA: 25.15 m – B.max: 5.76 m – Displacement: 57 t – Fuel tank: 5.920 l – Water tank: 1.250 l – Passengers: 18 persone – Engine: Diesel Volvo Penta 3 x D13 IPS 1350 / 3 x 1000 HP / 3 x 735 kW – INFO: www.cranchi.com
Azimut Magellano 25
The 25-metre Magellan is surprising and unconventional, born of the collaboration with Vincenzo De Cotiis, who designed the interior lines. The exteriors, on the other hand, bear the signature of Ken Freivokh, designer of the most beautiful megasailers in the world. The superstructure is entirely glazed, designed to create the sensation of a terrace at sea level. An elegant spiral staircase leads to the flybridge with hard top. The cockpit, with the hatch open, becomes a terrace on the sea with great charm and without visibility obstructions, thanks to a transparent parapet. The garage hatch swivels open to create a large bathing platform at water level.
LOA: 25.22 m – B.max: 6.35 m – Draft: 1.9 m – Displacement: 87.5 t – Cabins: 4 + 2 crew – Berths: 8 + 3 crew – Engine: 2 x MAN V12 1400 mHP / 2 x MAN V12 1550 mHP – Max speed: up to 24-25 knots – Cruise speed: up to 18-22 knots – INFO: it.azimutyachts.com
AB Yachts AB 80
The new AB 80 is fast and elegant. She does 60 knots in a waterjet. The new arrival at AB Yachts is a 25.40-metre yacht designed and engineered by FIPA Group engineers, in collaboration with Tuscan studio Acube Design. The yacht has been conceived for the owner who wants to steer her independently, using her both as a luxury day-boat and as a cruiser for long cruises. The result is evident not only in the performance, but also in the optimisation of the interior and exterior spaces. The hull is a blade in the waves and guarantees full control, safety and manoeuvrability even at high speeds. The propulsion system consists of three MJP waterjets powered by three 12-cylinder MAN diesel engines with 2000 horsepower each. The yacht can accommodate eight people and two crew members in a total of four cabins.
LOA: 25.40 m – B.max: 6.50 m – Draft: 1.30 m – Cabins: 3 + 1 crew – Fuel tank: 9.000 l – Water tank: 2.000 l – Engine: MJP 2 x waterjets + central booster 3 MAN 12V – 2×2.000 HP – Max speed: 58 knots – INFO: www.abyachts.com