Azimut Grande 95RPH, model from the most exclusive Collection among the Azimut range, was launched in Viareggio on April 15th 2014.
The latest model to be included in the Grande Collection, is also the first one being realized since the Collection was reintroduced in the Azimut Yachts family, side by side with the others: Atlantis, Magellano, Flybridge and S. Once again the already established collaboration between designer Stefano Righini, in charge of the concept and the external lines, and Studio Salvagni Architects for the interior layout, resulted in a project characterized by a unique and unmistakable style.
About the Azimut Grande 95RPH Yacht
Among the most interesting innovations introduced onboard this 29 meters yacht, the raised pilothouse – hence the name of the model, where RPH stands for Raised Pilot House – the incredibly spacious flybridge – over 60 sqm – and the peculiar interior space configuration that includes 4 VIP cabins in addition to the master suite.
About the Grande Collection
The Grande Collection currently includes five models, ranging from 95 to 120 feet, designed for Owners willing to customize their yacht: a team of technical and production experts, in fact, will work with them throughout the whole yacht’s construction process so to define together each single aspect, whether it concerns technical or design features.
Dedicated to over thirty meters long planing vessels, characterized by a high level of customization, the Grande series is the most exclusive among the Azimut Yachts’ five collections, and this new model perfectly highlights the Collection’s elevated technology and style standards.
Azimut Grande 95RPH Yacht Technical Data
About AZIMUT YACHTS
Azimut Yachts is an Azimut|Benetti Group brand. With Atlantis, Magellano Flybridge, S and Grande collections, it offers the most extensive range of 34′ to 120′ yachts. Operating in 68 countries with a network of 138 sales and service offices, it has direct representative and service offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Fort Lauderdale(USA), and Itajai (Brazil).