Why the Azimut 105 Continues to Turn Heads
Although the Azimut 105 is one of the older models from luxury builder Azimut Yachts, there is a reason many still inquire after this flybridge. Previously one of the yard’s largest flybridge models, the Azimut 105 may only measure 29.87 metres in length, but she includes everything most discerning yachts owners would want or need. With GRP hull and superstructure, her sleek and sporty exterior design is the work of Stefano Righini, while Carlo Galeazzi penned her exquisite interior design. Her clever interior arrangement ensures she has a larger volume compared to other flybridge motor yachts in her class, with a gross tonnage of 166 GT and a beam of 6.85 metres. Her impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal yacht for socialising and entertaining with family and friends.
The ideal yacht for both experienced and new yacht owners, one of the more unusual features of her interior layout is the octagonal gallery. Located on the main deck, it has special windows that slide open to serve meals and a side access door to the deck, making it easy for the crew to serve meals without disrupting the owners or guests.
Her interior design includes timeless styling, beautiful furnishings, and plush seating throughout that together create a sophisticated, warm and comfortable atmosphere.
The dining area next to the galley houses an elegant table that can host up to eight guests and a marble top bar opposite, to enjoy drinks before or after dinner. The dining area flows into the main lounge, with plenty of seating and sliding doors leading to the main deck aft with an option for al-fresco dining. Steps lead to the swim platform, which offers direct access to the open waters, while a staircase on the side leads up to the flybridge. The perfect place for entertaining and leisure, the flybridge features a cockpit with a full bar and seating that can accommodate up to ten guests. Additional sun pads and loungers surround a jacuzzi for those looking to soak up the sun while they relax. Alternatively, guests can sunbathe on the large sun pads located forward on the main deck. The lower deck houses four beautifully appointed cabins able to accommodate eight people, including a full-beam owner’s cabin. The cabin is elegantly furnished and is complete with a separate private entrance from the main salon, a dedicated dressing area and a jacuzzi tub. The VIP cabin is located forward in the bow with a rain shower in the ensuite and the remaining guest cabins on either side. The owners and guests will be looked after by a crew of four, providing an ideal crew-to-guest ratio. With a top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots, she is perfect for weekends out on the open waters with loved ones.