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Azimut Yachts, Azimut 95, 29.87m / 98ft, Motor

Summary Specifications:

Builder: Azimut
Model: 95
Type: Motor
Built Year: NA
Length overall (incl. pulpit): 29.87 m (98\’)
Hull length (incl. platform): 29.47 m (96′ 8”)
Beam at main section: 6.85 m (22′ 6”)
Draft (incl. props at full load): 1.85 m (6′ 1”)
Displacement (at full load): 101 t
Engines: 2 x 1925 mHP (1417 kW) CATERPILLAR C32 ACERT V12
Maximum speed (performance test mass): 27 kn
Cruising speed (performance test mass): 23 kn
Fuel capacity: 12000 l (3170 U.S. Gal)
Water capacity: 1800 l (476 U.S. Gal)
Cabins: 4 + 2
Berths: 8 + 4
Head compartments: 5 + 2
Building material: VTR/GRP
Exterior styling & concept: Stefano Righini
Interior designer: Carlo Galeazzi
Keel: V-Shape with angle of deadrise

Note: the summary of the technical specification data is compliant with the requirements of UNI ISO 8666.
Source: Azimut Yachts.

Key Features and Luxury Description:

30 metres of comfort, generous exterior surfaces and large windows… always in contact with the sea and the open air. The dynamic lines of its profile are in addition to the airinspired three 3 square metres windows. A surface that attracts admiring gazes and allows those living aboard to simultaneously enjoy a light, airy ambience and seamless panorama.

The flybridge, one of the largest in its class, takes up a large part of the 120 square metres surface that Azimut 95 dedicates to the plein air. Towards bow, a dinette allows to enjoy the light sea breeze and conversation with whoever is at the helm. Towards the stern area, the flybridge is equipped to accommodate three chaise lounges or the tender, should you wish to keep the stern lifting platform free, or use it to house one or two jet skis.

The large windows of the deckhouse, together with those of the external areas devoted to life en plein air, boldly state this yacht’s mission: that of giving its owner and his guests bright, comfortable and relaxing sojourn and cruising experiences. For a guest, being invited aboard is an undeniable privilege. For the owner, hosting his guests on board is certainly a pleasure and a feeling of immense pride.

Main Salon: Stainless steel and tempered door divided in four sections. Salon area with 4 sofas for 10 people. Automatic HI-LO flatscreen 42”TV.

Dining Area: Separated from salon (with armchairs for 10 people and cabinets storage all around. Bar unit with marble top equipped with sink in S/S, Isotherm 49 ltt fridge and Isotherm 4kg/h icemaker.

Galley: Completely closed from dining area. Two sliding panels to serve helm station and dining area. Starboard side door to the external deck: max privacy between guests and crew. Accessories by Miele.

Bar: Separated from salon (with armchairs for 10 people and cabinets storage all around). Bar unit with marble top equipped with sink in S/S, Isotherm 49 ltr fridge and Isotherm 4 kg/h icemaker.

Master Gabin: Private access with separate staircase from the salon. Full beam and full high. Private dinette and private vanity corner for two persons. Double head with Jacuzzi water tub, big shower cabin, WC and sink.

Master Head – Him and Her.
VIP Cabin.
VIP Head.
Standard Guest Cabin.
Port Guest Cabin.
Sky Lounge.
Flybridge Helm.
Forward Lounge.
Port Crew Cabin.

Builder Profile:

Azimut Benetti is the largest network producing megayachts and the world’s leading private group in the luxury boating sector. The Group, which owns the prestigious brands Azimut Yachts, Azimut Grande, Atlantis and Benetti Yachts, Yachtique, Fraser Yachts, Lusben, Marina di Varazze and Royal Yacht Club Moscow, offers the most extensive range of motor boats from the 30 foot Sport Cruiser by Atlantis to the 70 metre plus yachts built by Benetti. Azimut Yachts builds Open and Flybridge yachts from 40 to 100 feet; Azimut Grande builds megayachts over 100 feet; Atlantis builds Open yachts from 34 to 60 feet; Benetti builds megayachts from 24 to 70 metres. A leader in production, Azimut Benetti has the most extensive sales network in the boating industry worldwide, with 138 sites in 68 countries.



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