Leading brokerage house Burgess has more than 50 standout superyachts on the market today, but there is one they believe could make the ultimate new year purchase.
Listed for sale with Burgess, hull number 19 in the Azimut Grande Trideck range is one of the finest options on the market with delivery scheduled for January 2023. As the flagship of Azimut’s Grande series, the brand-new superyacht is ready to be delivered and offers a unique opportunity to start 2023 with a bang. Find out more about why this yacht should be on your new year's wish list.
Save waiting for a new build
The 37.6 metre Azimut Grande Trideck is the largest model ever built by the Italian yard and is packed with the latest innovations. The model has already proved to be exceptionally popular, and this popularity means that buyers wanting to commission a new-build Grande Trideck are looking at an approximate 34-month wait time. However, for one lucky prospective owner, no wait will be necessary as the new Azimut Grande Trideck listed with Burgess is ready to go.
Hull number 19 was launched in November 2022 and is still at the Azimut-Benetti shipyard in Viareggio, Italy under the survey before her delivery to the new owner. Burgess is urging prospective buyers to visit the yard and see for themselves the quality and level of customisation on board.
Get a timeless Italian design
To create the Grande Trideck, Azimut pushed its boundaries to build bigger, yet still ensured the yacht can cruise at a top speed of 23.5 knots. The team behind this forward-thinking design includes exterior stylist Alberto Mancini, interior designer Achille Salvagni Architetti and D2P (displacement to planning) hull designers Pier Luigi Ausonio Naval Architecture. The hull features a double-chine hull and a wave-piercing bow that significantly improves fuel efficiency and stability. Plus, her draft of 1.85 metres gives her the ability to navigate almost all waters.
The exterior lines of the grande Trideck are modern and clearly contoured. The high-volume yacht offers plenty of comfortable exterior spaces so that her new owner can make the most of being at sea. The three staggered decks offer a stunning exterior sea view terrace, a private outdoor patio and a full-height spacious 30-square-metre beach area.
Five-star modern features are included
Inside the Grande Trideck, the yacht’s calm ambience is inspired by the “essence of the sea”. The interior features a neutral palette, Minotti loose furniture and organic materials.
First and foremost she is designed to be liveable with an impressive range of multi-functional spaces. The sun deck is ideal for lapping up the sunshine during the day and entertaining at night, with a BBQ and a fully-equipped bar to serve cocktails. To get the party started, a DJ console, karaoke machine and nightclub lighting can be found under the yacht’s hardtop.
One deck below, guests can enjoy the large Jacuzzi and surrounding sunpads and the open-air dining set-up. The main deck offers another alfresco dining area and a bar with a wine fridge.
There is also a raised sunlounge towards the main-deck aft with access to the beach club and fold-down transom. Moving inside, the large main-deck saloon is just one of many interior areas that benefit from oversized windows to allow light to flood in.
Enjoy a few added extras
What sets hull number 19 apart from the rest of the Grande Trideck range is her level of customisation. Her generous accommodation includes a full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck with a dressing room, lounge area and en-suite. On the lower deck lie two VIP cabins and two convertible cabins with en-suites.
Ideal for an owner looking to combine work and pleasure there is also an additional office on the bridge deck, which was built instead of a sixth guest cabin. The space is fitted with a desk, chairs, a sofa and a library.
The yacht also features an upgraded galley with Gaggenau fittings. The large, well-thought-out space is perfect to attract one of the industry’s top chefs to deliver five-star daily menus.
In terms of technical specifications, her comfortable stabilisers and AV package have been upgraded from the norm. She also has an impressive range of toys and tenders. Behind a door on the starboard side is a garage for her Williams DJ505 tender and additional watertoys such as two Seabobs, E-foil and an E-surf.
The Azimut Grande Trideck is just one of the brand’s many Low Emissions Yacht models that can guarantee a 20 to 30% reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions compared to market competitors.
For a yacht in this size category, the Azimut Grande Trideck ticks every box. To find out more about the Azimut Grande Trideck listed for sale with Burgess, and how to visit her as a prospective buyer, click here.
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