Azimut strive every year to produce class leading models that continue to break the mould. The desire for balance between the elegance of the external lines and the need to build structures suitable for extending total comfort to the owner and their guests, has produced the Azimut 54. This sports cruiser offers both the harmony of contemporary lines, in keeping with the Azimut family-focused designs, as well as the the most highly advanced technological solutions. We at WSB take a closer look at the new arrival to the Azimut Flybridge range.
The first Princess flybridge boat was built in 1973, the Princess 37, it revolutionised the brand’s core market and the Plymouth builder has remained at the very forefront of the sector ever since, producing many iconic and market leading models along the way. Following this impressive line of craft the new Princess 56 understandably arrives with some very high expectations but, being designed and engineered by one of the largest and most experienced in-house development teams in the industry this new Princess flybridge yacht has a big task ahead of it. Will it meet these high standards, will it will set new ones? We at WSB take a closer look behind the sleek lines of the 56 to find out.
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