Azimut Yachts pulled the veil off its flagship vessel, the Azimut Grande 120SL at the 2011 Cannes Boat Show, giving the world of luxury yet another splendid way to sail in style. Part of Azimut Benetti Group’s mega yachts business line, the yacht’s interiors were designed by Rome-based Carlo Galeazzi while the exteriors were drawn out by Stefano Righini Design.
A perfect blend of performance and luxury without compromising on either, this 36 meter yacht uses two Rolls-Royce water jets with a central booster for a top speed of 36 knots. With elegant bar, lounging and dining spaces, this beauty on waves is the perfect way to hit the blues in style, extravagance and magnificence.
The Azimut 120SL has a total of four guest cabins, configured into two doubles and two twins. The owner’s suite, measuring a total of 43 square metres, boasts an interior style that is similar to the main saloon’s, yet in a more informal and contemporary rendition. Due to grand windows offering dramatic views on either side, the space is bathing in natural light, perfectly framing the elegant design scheme.
The dark Zebrano wood paneling, cream colored carpeting, glass tabletops and mirrors integrated in both the walls and the ceilings are the main elements that turn this space into one luxurious retreat. Modern with classic touches, the owner’s cabins is both spacious and intimate. The owner’s quarters offer his and hers bathrooms, a contemporary design with dark wood and marble, forming an refined and balanced composition of modern lines.
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By Doron Levy
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