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Azimut S7 sports yacht official debut at the Düsseldorf Boat Show

Italy’s Azimut Yachts has revealed details of its new Azimut S7 sports yacht, which is set to have its official debut at the Düsseldorf Boat Show in 2023. With exterior design by Alberto Mancini, the new model is said to boast the most technologically advanced naval architecture in its category, significantly reducing fuel consumption on one hand while offering more living space on the other.

A more compact IPS triple propulsion system and a hull designed by Azimut’s technical team, in partnership with Volvo engineers, translates into improved fuel efficiency. The use of carbon fibre in the yacht’s superstructure reduces its overall weight and opens the way to a revolutionary increase in volume without affecting stability, Azimut says. The result is a reduction of up to 30% in fuel consumption at medium and high speeds and sufficient surface area, for the first time on a 70-footer, to offer an incredibly generous layout, featuring a large lower deck with five spacious cabins and a garage for two water toys. The main deck is designed around outdoor and indoor lounge areas and a spacious galley.

Azimut says it anticipates the needs of a new owner who keeps a close eye on technological progress and on the environmental impact of their choices, as well as expecting large, light-filled spaces on board to share with friends while enjoying unimpeded views of the water in every direction.
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