Azimut launched SEADECK Series, the most sustainable range
The new Seadeck series will initially comprise three models – the 18.3m (60ft) Seadeck 6, 21.3m (70ft) Seadeck 7 and the 24.4m (80ft) Seadeck 8. They will be the most sustainable and fuel-efficient yachts that Azimut has ever built.
All models in the Seadeck range will have low-emission, full hybrid propulsion systems, lightweight carbon fibre, advanced hull designs, sustainable materials, and a battery-solar panel combination. The aim is to achieve a minimum of 30% less fuel consumption at a range of speeds and a 40% decrease at other times. The relevant lower emissions which this produces will be well in advance of the IMO’s target for 2030.
The design team behind the Seadeck series comprises the Alberto Mancini Yacht Design studio for the exterior and the Milan-based Matteo Thun studio with Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez. The Seadeck design combines sustainable materials and low emissions with outdoor living and meets the ambition to bring such a lifestyle change to smaller vessels that Benetti has already introduced with its Oasis models.
The first of first hybrid series for families developed by Azimut offers seamless cruises with barrierless, authentic contact with the sea. Embracing a more conscious relationship with nature, Seadeck 6 is the first yacht of the most efficient Series of boats ever designed, thanks to technological solutions aimed at reducing emissions by up to 40% end the Fun Island, a reinvented cockpit with the water, maximizing the relations with the ocean to offer an immersive and harmonious natural experience all around and a new lifestyle based on well-being.
Part of the first hybrid Series for families developed by Azimut, the yacht embodies the ideal of
returning to a more authentic experience of the outdoors. Seadeck 7 is the state-of-the-art of
efficency, thanks to technological solutions aimed at reducing emissions by up to 40% and the
Fun Island, a reinvented cockpit that embraces the sea, an unprecedented sea-level outdoor
lounge for limitless contact with the water. When the large windows are open, the interiors and
exteriors become a single environment, where this new informal interaction breaks down the last
physical and social barrier of this symbolic space of wellness.