The use of carbon fibre is a construction choice that allows volumes and surfaces to be increased in size while keeping the same weight, therefore maintaining excellent levels of dynamic stability.
Carbon fiber lamination is applied to:
- radar arch
- hard top (opt)
displacement to planing hull
The D2P Displacement to Planing Hull designed by Pierluigi Ausonio in conjunction with the Azimut Benetti R&D Centre combines the comfort typical of a displacement hull with the performance of a planing hull and it significantly improved fuel efficiency.
This new solution is based on a double chine hull design with an innovative wave piercer and allows the yacht reaching high top speeds without needing particular powerful engines, or navigate in displacement mode with a remarkable range at a cost effective speed. The hull has been optimised for the full range of most frequently used speeds of 10-12 knots and cruising speeds in semi-displacement mode.
Owner’s suite with instant balcony
The Owner’s suite features a private balcony. Using a mechanism that is highly sophisticated but extremely straightforward, the section of the full-height window with a carbon fiber frame folds out, while the floor of the balcony extends from under the cabin, protected by automatic pop up stanchions.
The result is the Instant Balcony, with no uprights or other obstacles to spoil the panoramic view from the owner’s suite.
Third level for an additional sundeck
Unique in this category is the option to add an additional sundeck (almost 30 m2) on a third level, with access from the upper deck in the stern.
This solution doesn’t affect the balance of volumes and retains the model’s overall dynamism.
for a 5 meter tender plus jet-ski
Side garage for a 5 meter tender plus a 3.25 meter jet-ski.
This leaves the stern completely free for a magnificent 12 m2 beach area provided by the big pivoting swim platform.
|Main Technical data|
|Length overall (incl. pulpit)||35 m (114' 10'')|
|Beam max||7,50 m (24' 7'')|
|Draft (incl. props at full load)||1,91 m (6' 3'')|
|Displacement (at full load)||154 t (339.512 lb)|
|Building material||Carbon Fiber + GRP|
|Exterior styling & concept||Stefano Righini|
|Interior designer||Achille Salvagni Architetti|
|Hull designer||P.L. AUSONIO Naval Architecture & Azimut R&D Dept.|
|Keel||Planning with wave piercer|
|Cabins||5 + 4 crew|
|Berths||10 + 6 crew|
|Head compartments||6 + 4 crew|
|Engines||2 x MTU 16V 2000 M93 2400 mHP|
|Maximum speed (performance test mass)||up to 26 kn|
|Cruising speed (performance test mass)||up to 21 kn|
|Fuel capacity||18000 l (4755 US Gal)|
|Water capacity||3000 l (792 US Gal)|
Data refers to UNI ISO 8666 conditions
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