- Year: 2019
- Price: Price upon request
- Brand: Azimut
- Model: 30 Mt Grande
- Lenght: 29.1 mt
- Beam: 7.07 mt
- Engines: 2 x 2.400 Hp - MTU 16V
- Cruising Speed: 22 knots
- Top Speed: 29 knots
AZIMUT GRANDE 30 METRI. THE NEW HIGH-END MODEL FOR THE UTMOST IN PRIVACY AND COMFORT
elegant exterior lines and personality-filled design combine with cutting edge technology for an exquisite Italian style that celebrates the collection's distinguished heritage.
It is absolute perfection in design, engineering and comes with the Italian stamp of quality. When technological rigor meets artistic creativity, something really exciting, harmonious and timeless emerges. In this case, the sheer excellence of the final product is the result of extensive experience acquired over 30 years in the business, producing more than 400 boats, each one featuring its own individual style and ability to be customized. Each Azimut Grande is unique; and onboard the 30 Metri Azimut Grande, every detail has been considered to improve function while keeping the style intact.
The uniqueness of this exclusive cruising experience begins with new features introduced by Stefano Righini, responsible for the concept design and exterior lines. The point of departure is the separation of the pilothouse from the main deck through the creation of a half deck. This move increases the space dedicated to the boat owner and guests, maximizing their privacy in relation to the crew. In fact, RPH stands for Raised Pilot-House. All this is accomplished without weighing down the exterior lines and continuing to honor that elegant quality that the Azimut Grande Collection is known for.
The raised pilothouse provides more space at the main deck interior both in the generously sized saloon and especially in the owner’s cabin; the latter is located to the bow and enjoys panoramic views with full-height windows along the sides.
Moving from the cockpit to the saloon, you find an expansive sophisticated space, seamlessly connected to the exterior. The floor-to-ceiling double windows offer the comfort of being able to look out across the horizon for a feeling of total freedom. The relaxation areas and dining areas each comfortably seat 10.
The flooring in the living spaces is carpet and part gray oak parquet with wenge joints.
The saloon has a 55" TV hidden in the ceiling and equipped with a tilt mechanism.
The interiors are designed by Salvagni Architetti. They feature an eclectic and contemporary style with every detail produced by master Tuscan craftsmen in precious and exclusive materials.
The light that filters through the full-height wood Venetian blinds sculpts the ceiling and door shapes in mahogany, leather, and grey oak.
The doors at the main entrance and crew mess are embellished with transparent glass insert screens with silk fabric to give a sense of lightness. In between the screens, the bow bulkhead is clad with raw silk. Much of the furnishing is custom, including the dining table with an organic gold leaf covered form suspended above and the storage units that maximize views to the exterior.
The kitchen includes a mahogany dinette with storage column. Mièle appliances come standard. There are LEDs with dimmers and mahogany Venetian blinds throughout the interiors.
An elegant and unusual feature is the painted aluminum stair that connects the decks. It is an impressive sculptural element. The steps are backlit honey-colored onyx with leather finish and elegant mahogany handrail.
On the lower deck, the lobby recalls the clean lines and soft forms of the saloon and features a light-dark contrast of materials.
The layout includes 4 VIP cabins with private baths (as well as an additional day head). Together with the owner suite it sleeps 10. The four-member crew has three cabins and two baths to the bow, with independent access to the kitchen located on the main deck.
The cabins also pick up on the theme of forms bathed in light and sophisticated materials. Examples are the headboards with horizontally ribbed leather and an alluring contrast of polished mahogany, raw silk, and teak.
Fully details and pictures available under request.