Style in spaceTwenty-seven meters of elegance present themselves with a square-plan saloon that, together with the dining area, constitutes a single, large room. A capsule of intimacy and total privacy for the owner and his guests, who can enjoy a living area that is as big as a city apartment, totally isolated from the crew. Located to starboard of the dining area, the galley disappears, camouflaged in the fabric of the walls when the openings for passing food and the special mirrored door that separates it from the saloon are closed. Inside, four glass-ceramic burners, a microwave oven, fridge, freezer, wine cooler and a 70-liter oven enable a cook and helper to work with ease and complete convenience.
Style in styleAboard the Azimut 88 every room presents the next one through an elegant walnut frame, a system of portals that makes this progenitor of a new breed of motor yacht unique and exclusive. The sobriety of the furnishings, the softness of the fabrics, the pairings of colors make the main and lower decks environments of refined class, places to savor the contentment of relaxation in ideal conditions. Four types of marble (Siena yellow marble for the master baths, statuary marble for the VIP and guest baths, Cosmos blue for the top on the flybridge, black marble in the galley) attest, more than any other detail, to the level of care and elegance of the design.
Style in functionalityThe crew can move about the boat crosswise and lengthwise, go up on the flybridge or down into the engine room without the owner and his guests noticing thanks to a system of passageways designed to ensure maximum privacy and two watertight doors, one in the galley and the other opposite, amidship, to port. The port side of the helm area offers a large sofa with a table for charts or study. An additional large, bright relaxation space that will likely be used by guests who want to converse with the skipper while underway. The pilot, too, will be wrapped in comfort and ergonomics on the two-seat pilot bench, which is height-adjustable. The dashboard reveals that we are aboard a large motor yacht, with instruments reachable with ease and two large Raymarine monitors. The most important onboard systems can be monitored and managed via a touch screen, from smoke alarms to battery status: a real window on the boat's functionality.
Style in comfort
The guest cabins are twins, each with a large rectangular window. The starboard cabin offers two twin beds, while the port cabin has a double bed oriented towards the window with a superb view of the sea. Probably the brightest and most refined guest cabins in the category thanks in part to the natural light sifting in from above, directly from the windshield of the main deck.
In the VIP cabin comfort is space. Space to move, space in the wardrobes and in the aft-facing bed. Space to include a desk. The double bed is framed by a walnut portal. The owner reaches the cabin via a reserved stairway. The suite has a dressing room and a bath with a double sink of Vetrofreddo®. Also the double bed is set in a portal. On the floor the parquet left free of white carpeting is of doussie wood. The breakfast area is in contact with the central window of the yacht, a few centimeters above the sea, and gives the sensation of being an integral part of nature and the marine environment.
- Length overall: 26,80 m (88')
- Beam: 6,57 m (21'6'')
- Fuel: 9000 lit
- Maximum Speed: 30 Kts