Beautiful styling, elegant accommodations, and outstanding performance define the Azimut 80, a high-end luxury yacht whose “dorsal fin” windows and vertical hull ports are notably distinctive design elements. The main deck opens into a spacious and impeccably styled salon with facing settees, high-gloss cherrywood joinery and luxurious furnishings. A formal dining area is forward, opposite the narrow galley, and there are four staterooms and heads on the lower level including a full-beam master. Note that twin garages in the transom of the Azimut 80 have pushed the crew quarters forward of the engineroom, which explains why the staterooms seem rather compact for a yacht this size. The engineroom, reached from either the crew quarters or the swim platform, is unusually spacious, and V-drives allow the motors to be set well aft in the hull. The flybridge is a wide-open entertainment platform with a wet bar, barbecue, seating for ten and space for a tender. Additional features include a protected aft deck, galley access to the crew quarters, a huge foredeck sun pad, and teak decks. Twin 1,300hp MTU diesels cruise the Azimut 80 at 23 knots (25–6 knots top), and 1,500 MTUs cruise a knot or two faster.
Specs Designer: Stefano Righini Hull Shape: Modified Vee
Dimensions LOA: 78 ft 8 in Beam: 19 ft 0 in Minimum Draft: 5 ft 11 in Maximum Draft: 6 ft 7 in Displacement: 114000 lbs Deadrise: 13 ° at Transom
Engines Engine Brand: MTU Engine Model: 12V 2000 M9 Cruising Speed: 25 mph Maximum Speed: 29 mph Engine Hours: 1100
Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: (396 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (1584 Gallons)
Accommodations Number of single berths: 10 Number of heads: 5