Italian yacht builder Azimut has today unveiled its latest model, the S7. Available both in a Coupé and Sportfly version, it will make its official debut at the 2017 Cannes Yachting Festival.
The new model, which has a length of 21.30m and a beam of 5.30m, is ideally positioned between the Azimut 55S and the 77S.
The S7 features sleek exterior lines designed by Stefano Righini, comfortable interiors by Francesco Guida, and a hull developed by Pierluigi Ausonio Naval Architecture.
The main deck of the yacht includes a large living/dining area with two coffee tables that can be converted into a big table for eight, a well-equipped galley situated forward, as well as an al-fresco lounging area and bar.
Below deck, the S7 offers accommodation for up to 8 guests in four staterooms, consisting of a full-beam owner’s suite and three spacious guest cabins, and for two crew members in a Pullman cabin. Aft on the lower deck, the yacht also has a garage capable of housing a 3.25m tender and a jet ski.
The interior styling of the S7 is available in two versions, the first one is warmer, while the second one is more high-tech. This latter option was chosen for the first unit.
Built in FRP and equipped with three Volvo Penta IPS 1050, the S7 has a maximum speed of more than 35 knots and a cruising of 31 knots.