Italian shipyard Azimut has added a 26m and 36m model to its line of Grande superyachts.
The two new models have been designed with light and streamlined exterior lines by Alberto Mancini paired with interiors by Achille Salvagni. Each of the models also features advanced technology to reduce fuel consumption and deliver outstanding performance, the builder said.
The smaller of the two models, the Grande 26 Metri, is defined by a partially raised wheelhouse. Despite the compact size, the model boasts a spacious owner’s suite on the main deck and four guest cabins below. There is also a completely separate crew thoroughfare which allows crew to pass unobserved to their quarters, which are situated at the bow of the yacht and can be reached directly from the galley on the main deck.
The second new model in the series is the Grande 36 Metri. The defining feature of this yacht is the highly customisable layout; owners who wish to optimise outdoor living can choose the sun-deck version while a sleeker look is available in the coupé variant. Other customisation options on offer include a main deck with two lounge areas, or the choice of an indoor-outdoor dining combination on the upper deck or an al fresco veranda that runs from bow to stern, integrating the upper deck.
Other features revealed by the yard include a sundeck hot tub, forward sunpads and a swimming platform for the 26 Metri while the 36 Metri boasts a full beach club and drinks bar on the sundeck.
The two new models join the existing Grande fleet, which currently includes the 25, 27, 30, 32 and 35 Metri models as well as the Grande S10 and the new Grande Trideck.