The 28.62m, GRP-built raised pilothouse superyacht is part of the builder's semi-custom Grande collection, which currently has five models ranging from 95' to 120SL. Azimut works with owners to customise their planing-hull Grande collection vessels, from technical aspects to design features.
The Azimut Grande 95RPH is the result of a collaboration between the Azimut and designer Stefano Righini on the concept and exterior lines and Studio Salvagni Architetti on the interior layout. The smallest in the Grande collection, the new 95RPH has sporty and sleek lines like her big sisters, but stands with her raised pilothouse.
The yacht boasts a spacious flybridge measuring more than 60 square metres and will host al fresco dining for 10 guests, a mini bar, sunbathing areas and a Jacuzzi. A stern garage will stow the yacht's four-metre tender. Inside, she accommodates 10 guests in a forward main deck master suite and four lower deck guest cabins, all with en suite bathrooms. Twin 2,200hp MTU 16V 2000 M84 engines power her a top speed of 26.5 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots.