Born to face long cruises, even in rough sea conditions, the new flagship of the Magellano collection features bright interiors in constant contact with the outside world. Comfortable and with a thousand details on board, they have a refined style of true connaisseurs

It is called Magellano 30M , the new proposal from Azimut (brand of Azimut | Benetti, the world's first private group in international shipbuilding) and is a true cross-over to face long voyages, stable and safe in all sea conditions.

A yacht for true connoisseurs.

With its 29.7 meters in length it is the new flagship of the Collection Magellano, a line of yachts conceived in 2009 as a response to the wishes of those owners who are looking for boats that offer greater freedom of navigation but also refined and high-class environments.

To sign the project again, as for the very latest younger sisters, a winning duo: the English Ken Freivokh for the external lines, and Vincenzo De Cotiis for the interiors.

Belonging to the Low Emission Yacht family, she guarantees excellent performance in terms of sustainability thanks to the Dual Mode hull developed by P.L. AUSONIO Naval Architecture and Azimut R&D department with the aim of creating boats capable of keeping the sea well even in rough seas but at the same time being able to reach sustained cruising speeds (an uncommon feature in boats with classic semi-displacement hulls); her sustainable approach is guaranteed by the Zero Emission Hotel Mode  with 130 kW/h lithium batteries which allows you to stay in the harbor for a long time with zero emissions with all respect for the host nature.

The interiors are large, with large volumes and airy. The connection between interiors and exteriors and the use of spaces are the leitmotiv of this boat, which has a refined stylistic figure enhanced by the thousand details on board.

Large glass surfaces contribute to the grandeur of the project and offer not only light to the interiors but unparalleled 270 ° views, as in the main saloon. The furniture elements are also complicit in this space game, made without exceeding in height, so as not to obstruct the view in any way. Mirrors on the side sections of the ceiling help to increase and expand the rooms, creating unexpected plays of light and reflections on the furniture tops and bringing the sea into the yacht.

Water is the inspiring element of the chromatic palettes but also of the lines of the furniture, such as the two large sofas that evoke the movement of the waves. The use of fiberglass artistic is interesting, a nautical material that the designer has ennobled by giving it new life in the furniture and in some edge finishes.

The wide body owner's suite is extremely scenographic, with a full beam, starting from the entrance, with a lobby / dressing area characterized by a game of mirrors. Also in this environment the light enters abundantly from the large full-height windows, scenographically illuminating the environment.

The skylounge on the upper deck is conceived as an area dedicated to relaxation and conviviality and here too the contact between inside and outside is a priority; the outdoor terrace, a continuation of the lounge, offers a generous dining area protected from the wind, with a table with unconventional shapes, as well as an American bar that offers guests a magnificent sea view.

Total contact with the outside world also in the cockpit, which expresses the concept of Infinity Terrace, with three sofas (two facing the stern and one without a backrest but defined by the parapet in transparent glass) to be able to wander towards the horizon.

While at the bow, an additional outdoor lounge is defined by islands at different heights, a versatile area that can also be equipped with a tub whirlpool.