, 2022-09-07 12:03:45,
Italian shipyard Azimut has presented two new models in its Grande line at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the Grande 36M and the Grande 26M.
Both models have been designed by Alberto Mancini with and interior courtesy of Achille Salvagni making it an all-Italian team behind the build. The Grande line now comprises five designs including the existing Grande 27M, Grande 32M and 38 metre Grande Trideck.
The new Grande 36M has a number of stand-out features including a semi-walkaround upper deck that runs on the same level from the stern to the bow. Called the “Infinity Deck”, the fully recessed glazed surfaces can be opened on three sides, creating a semi-enclosed space that feels in tune with the surrounding vistas.
The Azimut Grande 36M features an “infinity deck”
The yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests across five cabins, with a unique layout that creates a barrier-free space that aims to offer a “sense of freedom”, according to the yard.
The Grande 36M is part of Azimut’s Low Emission range. Thanks to its high-efficiency structure and extensive use of carbon fibre, its weight has been reduced by around 30 per cent in comparison to similar models.
The D2P (Displacement to Planing) hull created by Pierluigi Ausonio of Studio PLANA in partnership with the Azimut | Benetti Research and Development department, has a fine-tuned wave-piercing design. This optimises fuel usage and reduces CO2 emissions by up to 15 – 30 per cent, at both high and low speeds when compared…
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