Azimut: Eight models at Miami International Boat Show

Azimut Eight models at Miami International Boat Show

Azimut returns to the Miami International Boat Show where the Magellano 30M will be presented to the public for the first time.

The New Fly 72 will share the stage, marking the newest model’s American premiere, with external lines by Alberto Mancini and interiors designed by Fabio Fantolino. Alongside the two headliners, there will be six other yachts welcoming visitors to the show from February 14th to 18th.

Azimut is preparing for the Miami International Boat Show, to be held from the 14th to the 18th of February, with eight models on display, including two eagerly awaited premieres.

The Magellano 30M will make her world debut before more than one million expected visitors at the Boat Show. A refined crossover with timeless lines, traced by the American designer Ken Freivokh, the Magellano flagship is characterized by a vertical bow, a powerful profile and protected footpaths that accompany the large glass surfaces (exceeding 70 square meters) enveloping the interiors.

The heart of this model was signed by the architect and designer Vincenzo De Cotiis - whose work is represented by the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, a temple of design. He designed half-height furnishings to leave the role of protagonist to the views and natural light, enriching the irregular geometries that give the onboard environments a sense of uniqueness. An undisputedly fascinating feature is the artistic use of fiberglass, which was born from De Cotiis' intuition to give a new nobility to materials normally intended for other uses, transforming them in a surprising way.

The Dual Mode hull, designed by studio P.L. Ausonio Naval Architecture & Azimut R&D Department, offers the maximum level of efficiency and comfort both at a displacement cruise and at higher speeds.

The New Fly 72, which made its world premiere at the last Cannes Boat Show, will be exhibited for the first time in America during the Miami International Boat Show. This model of the Shipyard’s iconic line, designed to combine the revolutionary spirit of the past with the avant-garde of the future, features exteriors by Alberto Mancini. The interiors are designed by the architect and designer Fabio Fantolino, who stands out for his strong personality and the recognizable culture of tailor-made design which with this project debuts in the nautical world.

Azimut New Fly 72 running

Fantolino interprets the interiors of the New Fly 72 according to his stylistic code, seeking perfect harmony between elegance, design and technique: the environments are designed with a transversal expressive line that runs from the exclusive atmospheres of the nautical world to the refinement of contemporary design. These two worlds, when they meet, create an environment inspired by the masters of 20th century Italian design, reinterpreting iconic details and defining a unique style. Transversality is also evident in the choice of materials and forms: wood paired with bronze and glossy lacquers, furnished in balance between linearity and softness.

Mancini's exteriors are characterized by an unprecedented clean line, further emphasizing the sculptural tension typical of the Series' design.

Alongside the two premieres, Azimut is exhibiting two additional models from the Fly Series (Fly 53 and Fly 68), the recent Magellano 60 and Verve 48 – both presented for the first time at the last Cannes Yachting Festival, the S7 sport yacht with a green soul and the Grande Trideck, flagship of the Azimut fleet.

Azimut will attend the Miami International Boat Show 2024 from the 14th to the 18th of February 2024 at 1 Herald Plaza Miami, FL 33132, SLIP A1