A true Italian stallion arrives in the new Azimut 88

Introducing the the new semi-custom Azimut 88 which continues the 2011 flybridge range expansion for the Italian company. Boasting an impressive 27 square metres of owner and guests privacy, born from innovative solutions, and light that reveals new entry points on the lower deck.

 Azimut 88 Flybridge

The Azimut 88’s interior re-designing is a presentation of what was already a masterpiece in terms of style and function, and is an in-house designed partnership with the architect Achille Salvagni.

Azimut 88 Flybridge

The silhouette is true to lines that typically express that familiar Azimut design, whereas the glass windows in the deckhouse – as well as the double panoramic windows in the hull – introduce unprecedented design elements that command asymmetries that prove to be the new strong point.

Azimut 88 Flybridge

The sun, light and unique charm of the sea and life outdoors are all concentrated in a large flybridge (55 square metres), that is decked in teak and protected by a hard top that increases the pleasure of experiencing this splendid “balcony” overlooking the sea.

Azimut 88 Flybridge

Light, comfort, elegance, and also and above all privacy. The crew aboard the 88 can get across the boat to the fly or down to the engine room without disturbing owner and guest privacy, thanks to a system of passageways and two-sided doors that give onto the outdoor walkways in proximity of all service areas

Azimut 88 Flybridge

The new Azimut 88 will sit amongst its competitors in any marina with its head held high and is testament to the company’s continued investment into design innovation.

Azimut owner views at the ILBC www.worldsportsboats.ning.com

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