M/Y WAVE

Posted on 18/04/2024
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M/Y WAVE



Welcome aboard the magnificent vessel "AZIMUT GRANDE" This masterpiece of naval engineering, constructed in 2019, epitomizes elegance, comfort, and performance in the realm of luxury yachting.

Spanning 26.78 meters in length and boasting an impressive beam of 6.59 meters, the AZIMUT GRANDE offers ample space for its privileged guests. With a draft of 1.9 meters, it effortlessly navigates diverse marine conditions with grace and ease.

The hull of this gem is a harmonious marriage of lightweight carbon fiber and the sturdiness of GRP (Glass-Reinforced Plastic), ensuring both resilience and exceptional sea performance. Propelled by two MAN R V12 engines, each boasting 1900 horsepower, this vessel achieves a cruising speed of 22 knots, with an impressive top speed of 27 knots, guaranteeing swift and unforgettable voyages.

Equipped with a stabilization system, the AZIMUT GRANDE ensures unparalleled comfort on board, even amidst challenging seas. Its exterior design, crafted by Stefano Righini Design, exudes both contemporary flair and timeless elegance, transforming this vessel into a floating masterpiece.

Onboard, a dedicated crew of four ensures your well-being and safety, allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the voyage. The vessel comprises five luxuriously appointed cabins, including a master suite, a VIP suite, and three twin cabins, providing lavish accommodations for ten sleeping guests. For cruising, the AZIMUT GRANDE comfortably accommodates up to eleven guests.

To elevate your experience, a selection of water toys and entertainment equipment awaits. Among them, you'll find a Williams 345 turbojet tender accommodating up to six people, two paddleboards for serene explorations, three seabobs for thrilling underwater adventures, and a waterborne flight board for the adventurous souls. Step aboard the AZIMUT GRANDE for an unparalleled yachting experience, where luxury, sophistication, and excitement seamlessly converge, creating indelible memories at sea.