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The Azimut has a lot of things designed to make life nice and easy, not least bow thrusters. The Italian-made motorcruiser is big on conveniences, big on style and packed with practicality.
Azimut is one of the fastest growing boatbuilders in the world. In the last year or so, it has acquired new boat brands such as Gobbi and expanded its Benetti line-up of superyachts, ranging up to 70m and beyond. Want to go boating?
On the 107sqft flybridge, where my morning’s toil began, there are two rounded lounges fronting a drinks fridge set in a module, a curved dash panel and a curvaceous glass liner. Despite the high style, the flybridge really works and has been designed with some regard to ergonomics.
Legroom, lounging room, driver position, vision and crew comfort are features of the bridge. So, too, are a sink, electronic engine controls, a designer Azimut wheel and a rear sunpad big enough for four couples to sunbake.
Indoors, the Azimut 46 has an open-plan layout, with lots of headroom, light-coloured headliners, cream berber carpet and natural light flooding through windows. These things contribute to this boat’s sense of space and the feeling of freedom indoors.
Deck gear includes beautiful stainless steel anti-chafe fairleads, moulded steps to the sidedecks, which have toerails and a stout but stylish stainless bowrail. The rubbing strip around the gunwales is stainless steel.
Moving in and out of the lower helm does not demand that you duck you head. You do not feel compromised making the transition from cockpit to saloon, either. And in the light and airy interior there are some great examples of Italian design that really works.
Big picture windows and a sliding saloon door bring the outdoors inside, while simple crepe curtains and trick lighting create a retiring mood back at the marina. The flatscreen television linked to a DVD faces conveniently back to the main saloon lounge.
The Azimut 46 has two bathrooms, each with Vacuflush loos and adult-sized shower stalls with sliding circular doors. There is an ensuite for the master cabin and a second head shared by the VIP guests’ cabin and companionway – in other words it doubles as the dayhead.
A serious motoryacht equipped with a 13kW genset, Raytheon navigation gear, reverse-cycle air-conditioning and an amazing sound system.
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