Coinciding with the opening of Boot Düsseldorf (January 19 to 27 this year), Azimut Yachts released details of its upcoming Grande S10. Not only is it the latest addition to Azimut’s Grande line—six models from the Grande 25 Metri to the Grande 35 Metri—but it also joins the Azimut S Collection, which aims to blend sporty with elegant. The stylistic high point of the S Collection is the dynamic bow cap while aboard, with large open spaces that create flow between the exterior and interior.
Alberto Mancini styled the 94-foot yacht’s exterior based on cues from class motor sailers, modern beach villas, and the automotive world. The S10’s lines are unmistakably sporty.
Francesco Guida’s interior is clean, modern, and warm, featuring a palette meant to merge with the outdoor views. Within the yacht’s 20-foot beam, guests will find four staterooms and two crew cabins, accommodating eight guests and three or four crew members.
Plenty of outdoor space will beckon. Stairs from the aft main deck down to the beach deck make access to the water a breeze—a good thing, because the tender garage houses two boats and a couple of personal watercraft. Once vacated, guests will enjoy the beach deck for sunning, lounging, and jumping off.
And the doors between the indoors and outdoors fully retract, completely merging the two spaces. Alfresco dining takes on a new meaning when the doors are wide open.
The flybridge offers up fore, aft, and cockpit lounging areas—take your pick. There’s enough room for everyone to have a little space of their own.
Two 2,600 hp MTU engines propel the carbon-fiber-and-GRP planing yacht to a top speed of 35 knots (sporty, right?).
Watch for more details of the upcoming Azimut Grande S10.