The central cockpit becomes a sheltered outdoor lounging space thanks to the flybridge overhang. Forward of this outdoor seating area is the entrance to the main saloon or a dining area, accessed through a wide set of sliding glass doors.
Glass glazing provides plenty of natural light into the open saloon.
The sportsfly is accessed via the sturdy column of stairs that supports the flybridge overhang and provides another space in the sun.
The teak floor and overhead visually connect the dining area to the aft deck, while sliding doors open fully to physically connect it to the exterior.
The Azimut S10 is available in two decor packages developed by Guida. This one, named platinum, is a subtle blend of natural colours – with the main veneer a product from Alpi in a sand colour – travertine marble, teak, leathers in grey and greige and woven metal with a few light and dark accents.
The foldable beach platform adds another 10 square metres of exterior space and creates a sea level lounging area.
The owner and guests access the four cabins on the lower deck using stairs located on the forward end of the main deck. The back of the bed in the master cabin is upholstered in a woven leather pattern according to Guida's sketches
A bar is concealed inside the owner’s cabin, along with the more conventional desk/vanity.