BY APB Staff on 22 Sep 2014

The Azimut Grande 95 RPH is a perfect example of the Italian ability to combine aesthetics and functionality...

WE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY to test the new Azimut Grande 95 RPH, the first example of 95′ of the Azimut Grande line with which the shipyard Azimut Yachts deliver its potential in its top of the range.

What immediately attracted us aboard of this new model is the attention to the functionality of each element, which does not escape the demands of ever kind of style which has been given great care, with the intent to express that typically Italian ability to combine aesthetics and functionality.

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The project made by Stefano Righini with regard to the concept and external lines, while the interiors have been designed by Achille Salvagni in the fitting. The intent of realizing this yacht on the concept of Raised Pilot-house, using a half-bridge in which is housed the wheelhouse, has allowed to leave to the shipowner more interior spaces, without thereby bring the height of the superstructure to shares such as to change the size ratios of the project wanted by Righini. The result is an owner area of strong impact, as it is located on the main deck which occupies the entire forward section, with private access, dressing room, sitting area with armchairs and coffee table and a large full width bathroom at the bow made ​​of a lower level. The owner benefits from a privileged location not only for total privacy but also for the sea view.

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