The Azimut 78 sits at a crossroads in the market, you can run it by yourself, but many owners choose to employ a crew. Nick shows us around…
Walking around the Azimut 78 it’s easy to forget you’re still on a sub-24m boat, particularly in the three-cabin crew quarters, which is located in the bow – usually a hallmark of much bigger yachts.
It’s the little details that really raise the bar on this yacht, from the teak-lined guest showers to the indirect lighting behind the bedhead in the master cabin.
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Out on deck there are plenty of sociable spaces to soak up the sun, from the foredeck to flybridge.
However, Nick saves the best to last, with a look inside the Azimut 78’s engine room, which houses a triple IPS 1350 pod-drive set-up for a top speed of 33 knots.
Enjoy the tour…
Azimut 78 specification
LOA: 23.64m (77’6”)
Beam: 5.75m (18’ 10”)
Draft: 1.77m (5’ 10’’)
Displacement (loaded): 58 tonnes (127,867lb)
Engines: Triple 1,000hp Volvo Penta IPS 1350
Top speed: 33 knots
Cruising speed: 27 knots
Fuel capacity: 5,000l
Water capacity: 1,100l