The main goal of avant-garde is to break away from classical art. This mission, interpreted as a desire to express an innovative vision that breaks away from the past, has given inspiration to the new Azimut Grande 32 Metri yacht, first introduced this year in Cannes.
Stefano Righini is the man behind the mysterious exterior that does not reveal anything about what lies inside. Complete with Achille Salvagni's harmonious interior for complete relaxation.
The most advanced modern super yacht in the world
The deck has an area of 70 square meters and is divided into 3 areas: a dining area, a central part serving as a living room and a stern space that can be equipped with a hydro-massage bath and deckchairs, or can serve as another lounge. The yacht has a luxury beach club, a side garage for a 5-meter vehicle and 3-meter jet ski. The kitchen is accessible directly from the crew space, thus granting independence to its members.
In the lower deck there are 2 VIP rooms with a double bed and 2 cabins with twin beds. The yacht can accommodate 8 guests. Each room has its own bathroom.
A beach club in two versions
The beach club has an area of 18 square meters and is available in two versions. The first version is more classic and is ideal for diving and water sports, with furniture and storage for all amenities. The second version was designed by the shipyard for those who long for maximum enjoyment of the sea on a sophisticated luxury deck at water level. The unique covered terrace thus adds a distinctly original touch of elegance to the entire yacht.
The luxurious interior is tuned to fine harmony
The elements inside are characterized by fine harmony. Achille Salvagni has created excellent timeless elegance. Salvagni avoids pure decoration and instead focuses on spatial layout.
The polished dark wood surfaces alternate with ceiling parts and light wood surfaces. The luxurious rooms conbine light matte wood and exclusive materials such as brass, bronze, and steel.
The use of modern technology ensures excellent performance
The construction is laminated using Carbon Tech with the addition of vinyl ester and epoxy resin, reducing the weight by 30 percent.
The D2P® hull, designed by Pierluigi Ausonio, and weight reduction thanks to carbon fibers, brings great benefits in terms of range. At a speed of 12 knots, the Grande 32 Metri yacht has a range of 1,000 nautical miles, with a maximum speed of 26.5 knots.