on 11 Feb 2021
The launch comes hot on the heels of the Magellano collection's flagship 25 Metri, which launched in October, and the announcement of the upcoming 30 Metri
The first unit of Azimut’s new-look Magellano 66 is on track to debut in Spring 2021. The launch comes hot on the heels of the Magellano collection’s flagship 25 Metri, which launched in October, and the announcement of the upcoming 30 Metri.
The Magellano 66 packs a lot into its 20.1-metre frame. It has a spacious day zone, distributed over a single level to optimise onboard living, with vast windows creating a light-filled environment.
Owners wanting to separate crew from guest areas can do so, thanks to a sliding door that separates the pilot station and galley from the saloon. Access from the main deck to owner and guest accommodation is via a decentralised stairway, ensuring total privacy is possible when required.
On the lower deck, in addition to the owner’s suite and two guest cabins, there is a fourth cabin which can be fitted out as a storage area or with bunk beds.
The large flybridge has a stern lounge area that can also incorporate a bar, while the cockpit includes a dining area that can be transformed into a “relaxation zone”, ideal for lounging in the shade close to the water.
The second-generation Dual Mode hulls delivers smooth cruising even in moderate seas, and impressive stability whether in displacement mode or pushing ahead at the maximum speed of 23 knots.
The New Magellano 66 is powered by a pair of MAN 850 hp engines, is EC category class A and comes with an HTS declaration.
Azimut is the world’s most prolific yacht builder, and has seen a spate of exciting releases in recent months. Its 38-metre trideck flagship will be delivered soon, while the 16.78-metre Azimut 53 is also set to debut in early 2021. In December, the Italian builder confirmed it had appointed Tam Son Yachting as its authorised dealer for Vietnam.
Length overall (incl. pulpit): 20.15 m (66′ 1”)
Hull length (incl. platform): 17.95 m (58′ 11”)
Beam max: 5.40 m (17′ 9”)
Draft (incl. props at full load): 1.67 m (5′ 6”)
Displacement (at full load): 45.8 t (100.971 lb)
Building material: Carbon Fibre + GRP
Exterior styling & concept: Cor D. Rover Yacht Design
Interior designer: Azimut Yachts
Hull designer: P.L. AUSONIO Naval Architecture & Azimut R&D Dept.
Keel: Semiplaning Dual Mode
Builder: Azimut Yachts