Stefano Righini, designer of the exteriors on Azimut 72 Fly.
"The new 72 has been designed by researching and fulfilling certain specific objectives: achieving the greatest possible internal volumes in keeping with the ergonomic standards, emphasizing the role of light both in the main salon and below deck without sacrificing the "It's a good thing," he said. The strength of the 72 lies mainly in its capacity to marry a balanced form with the kind of style research that guarantees the best relationship between the design of the exteriors and the enjoyment of the internal spaces. A strength that draws added energy from the product's spiritual levity alongside that of the materials used, ensured by the use of materials such as carbon fiber and the quest for the ultimate in hydrodynamic performance".
Carlo Galeazzi, designer of the interiors on Azimut 72 Fly.
On this boat we wanted to pursue a more linear and clean lines in the design of furniture, without sacrificing elegance and perceived wealth. Particular attention has been paid to research on artificial lighting. The result is a light that aims to highlight the architecture of the furniture and at the same time to widen the space, in a balance of direct and indirect light sources.
There are many details that embellish the interior.
From the top of the furniture that have been dematerialized, minimizing the edges, the headboard leather featuring original inserts that integrate reading lights and switches. From the equipped column that houses the bar in the lounge, the coffee table from the original design and sophisticated.
Electronic tools for navigation:
Radar Antenna (Raymarine 24 NM), 2 Electronic engine control, On-Board Computer (Raymarine), Chain counter (Quick), 2 Autopilot (Raymarine), 4 Plotter with GPS antenna (Raymarine Hybridtouch), 2 VHF Radio.
Staging and technical:
Auto-Trim (Humpree), Teak Side Decks, Special Colour (Hull colour), Hard top, Courtesy Lights, Underwater lights, Gangway, Platform (with high low lifting system), Teak Cockpit, Shorepower connector, Water harbor connector system, swimming ladder, cockpit table, Tender (William 325), Teak Deckhouse, 2 Stern Winches.
Domestic Facilities onboard:
Satellite TV antenna (KVH with second dome), Radio AM/FM.
Kitchen and appliances:
Oven (Miele), Deck Refrigerator, Microwave Oven (Miele), Ceramic hot plate (Miele).
Additional outdoor cabinet with second galley on flybridge, Third station, Upgraded power on maneuvering thrusters, Automatic fuel transfer e-pump, Integrated control and monitoring system in Raymarine.
Azimut 72: TECHNOLOGY SERVING STYLE
The 72 model combines two state-of-the-art construction techniques. The hull and the deck are entirely made out of moulded fibreglass while the deckhouse and flybridge are made out of pure carbon fibre. This new production choice leads to a considerable reduction in weight, close to 30%, which can be exploited to obtain more extensive deck surfaces and greater internal volume, while maintaining the same displacement as its competitors in the same category.
From a general point of view, the designer Stefano Righini, sums up the design effort made on the concept for this new model: "The new 72 has been designed by researching and fulfilling certain specific objectives: achieving the greatest possible internal volumes in keeping with the ergonomic standards, emphasizing the role of light both in the main salon and below deck without sacrificing the enjoyment of the exterior spaces. The strength of the 72 lies mainly in its capacity to marry a balanced form with the kind of style research that guarantee the best relationship between the design of the exteriors and the enjoyment of the internal spaces. A strength that draws added energy from the product's spiritual levity alongside that of the materials used, ensured by the use of materials such as carbon fibre and the quest for the ultimate in hydrodynamic performance".
Like every other Azimut branded Yacht, the 72 also has the clear intent of representing the model of reference for its own segment in terms of volumes, rational use of space, elegance and performance. Two main elements have driven the project's development: an eye for its proportions and the innovative level of the construction techniques used in order to achieve a very sporting exterior line without limiting the interior volume.
With a length of 22.60 metres and a berth of 5.60 metres, the layout includes 4 cabins, all with en suite bathrooms, one of which is the yacht's master cabin also with en-suite bathroom and the typical full glass vertical window openings, allowing a total of 8 guests.
The flybridge is vast, over 37 square metres, designed for maximum versatility in terms of usage. The main deck ranges out over a single level from the cockpit to the stairs leading to the lower deck, without any steps or changing levels, with an extensive relaxation area, an open space kitchen and a double seat wheelhouse. The style of the interiors, completely renovated to give this new version a very strong character, come either in bleached oak and glossy Ebony essence, or in natural heat-treated oak essence and precious glossy Sycamore. Careful planning of the lighting design has enabled all fixtures to be completely encased in the ceilings and furnishings.
The performance of the 72 model, with two MAN V12 engines each producing 1400 HP, perfectly matches the craft's sporting character. The cruising speed stands at 26 knots, while the top speed, according to the boatyard's project data, reaches 31 knots....Read full description