Designer: Azimut Yachts (exterior styling & design: Stefano Righini
Interior styling: Carlo Galeazzi
EC Category type: A
LOA: 22.94 m (75'3") with pulpit and aft platform
Hull length: 21.30 m (69'10")
Beam: 5.50 m (18')
Molded depth at the waterline: 2.77 m (9')
Draft from lower tip of propellers: 1.79 m (5'10")
Light displacement: 43,000 kg (94,714 lb); full-load displacement: 55,000 kg (121,145 lb)
Maximum capacity: 1,200 kg (2,643 lb)
Berths: 8+2 for the crew
Light displacement/installed power ratio: 15.81 kg/hp (35 lb/hp)
Type of transmission: V-drive
Maximum declared speed: 30.5 knots
Cruising speed: 27 knots
Declared fuel consumption at cruising speed: 400 liters/hr (105.7 US gal.)
Range at cruising speed: approximately 410 miles
Fuel capacity: 6,020 liters (1590 US gal.)
Freshwater capacity: 1,150 liters (303.5 US gal.)
Cockpit: ample with teak deck, U-shaped settee and wooden table that may be electrically lowered to create a 3mx2m sunning area, bar cabinet to starboard with sink, refrigerator and trash can. On the quarters the mooring fittings include bitts, fairleads and winches
Aft platform: large, with teak deck, central collapsible swimming ladder. Two small ladders with teak steps connect the aft platform to the cockpit. The hydroelectric gangway when not in use is concealed in the upper step of the portside ladder
Helm station: inner helm station to starboard is fully- fitted with instruments interfaced with flying bridge helm station.
Layout and characteristics: large salon with sofa and two armchairs to starboard, coffee table on one side of the sofa, cabinet at an angle and shelves, 42" plasma TV set with electrical remote control concealed when not in use, Roman shades on windows. Going forward, large oval dining table with straight ends to port in tempered glass and wood with 6 chairs and 2 armchairs. Galley is opposite with 558-liter (147 US gal.) refrigerator, ice maker, freezer, dish washer and waste disposal unit. A sliding vertical hatch separates the galley from the dining room. The daytime area is separated from the helm station by a sliding cherrywood and ricepaper door, in pure Japanese style.
The helm station with wheel to starboard is fully fitted with digital instruments (two radars, chart plotter, touch-screen control system, WeatherFax and maneuvering joystick) that are interfaced with the flying bridge helm station. The adjustable pilot seat and the dashboard have blue and cream leather covers and cherrywood finishing. Opposite, chart table is fitted under the windscreen and includes nautical chart holder underneath and settee. From here a central ladder takes to the accommodation area. A cabinet to starboard hides the washing machine. Forward there is the large VIP cabin with double bed, hanging lockers and bedside tables.
At the bottom of the stairs there are two identical guest cabins, one to starboard and one to port, with twin beds and a third pull-out bed, hanging lockers, drawers and en suite bathroom with toilet, shower stall (hydromassage column is optional), crystal glass sink and marble top. A small corridor leads to the master stateroom, with hanging lockers and cabinets, DVD player and LCD TV set, optional bar cabinet, two sofas and table to port. En suite bathroom is divided into three separate areas: one with two sinks and marble top, one with toilet and bidet and the third one with shower stall with tempered glass door and doussie wood grating, (hydromassage column is optional), flooring is in doussie wood with cherrywood inserts. Cabinet interiors are in naturally perfumed cedarwood to keep away moths. Much attention was paid to lighting, which may be bright or diffused, as adjusted with the electronic commands. Crew quarters access is from the aft platform and the cabin includes two berths and en suite bathroom.