Azimut Yachts has recently unveiled their newest naval creation; the S7. Built out of lightweight materials, the yacht is compact and very easy to navigate.
The S7 comes in two respective versions; Coupé and Sportfly. The superstructure and the pivoting platform of the boat have been built using carbon fiber, making it possible to increase the displacement of the boat without gravely affecting the weight. Powered by a triple Volvo IPS propulsion system, the S7 can beam up to a top speed of 35 knots. The high performance is automatically managed for you, with a fuel system that distributes fuel among tanks to keep the vessel balanced. Each of the the propulsion units is fitted with a 800 hp engine, totaling a power of 2,400 hp. The huge power is managed using the Advanced Cruising Solutions program. Being the captain of this boat is very simple as the controls are almost joystick-like and the control and monitoring system is very easy to use and supervise.
Stefano Righini is the hand who penned the exterior design of the Azimut S7. In the heart of the yacht lies the owner's suite, segregated in four different areas. Measuring at 19 meters square, this suite offers different functions carefully separated from each other. Below the deck are also three spacious cabins. The galley is placed near the main deck's bow to increase usable living space. The interior has been designed by Francesco Guida and it is covered in luxurious and posh materials. Two lounging areas can be found in the S7, an internal one and an external one. Inside you can find two coffee tables that transform into a big table for eight, together with the TV stand. Outside, the cabinet offers a bar counter for lounging on the open sea. All the interior styling has been made with virility in mind, using exclusive materials such as glossy black flamed oak and tay wood. This mixture of colors and materials gives the S7 a very exclusive and elegant look; but you can choose between the two versions if you prefer a classier, warm look instead of high tech.
The Azimut S7 is scheduled to debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September, 2017. It has been built with the highest standards of yachtbuilding and it comes with CE A and NMMA certification for boats measuring under 24 meters.