Description & Details
Azimut S7 wants to be top of the class and is the most technologically advanced yacht in its category, with a top speed of 36 knots, low consumption and some of the most generous volumes around. The ease of handling is as priceless as piloting the yacht is pleasurable. But for most people, it’s simply beautiful.
The use of carbon fibre is a construction choice that allows volumes and surfaces to be increased in size while keeping the same weight, therefore maintaining excellent levels of dynamic stability. Carbon fiber lamination is applied to:
- Radar arch
- Pivoting platform
Triple IPS propulsion
Triple Volvo IPS propulsion system installed on hydrodinamic optimized hull shape.
- Superior manoeuverability
- Minimum noise and viration level
- Best fuel efficiency (up to 35% reduction compared to shaft line)
Active Trim Control
Interceptor technology provides a smooth, precise Auto mode that automatically takes care of all trim adjustments. It delivers trouble-free handling and a system without corrosion or leaking oil.
Steer your boat at all speeds with the joystick. – Comfortable and safe driving – Enables ergonomic helm solutions – Intuitive and user-friendly interface – Perfect response and control.
Auto balance system
The system automatically transfers the diesel fuel from tank to tank, ensuring that the heel angle is kept close to zero in the case of variable load distribution and refuelling.
Integrated Control Panel
The integrated control system by Raymarine has been customised to increase control potential: from engine data and alarms, to bilge and water discharge pumps, tank levels and engine room ventilation, right through to the sound system and the air conditioning units. The system can be accessed from both helm stations and remotely from a tablet.
HTS High Technical Standard declaration
Azimut S7 has been designed and engineered according to the highest standards applied in the recreational industry for production boats. Thanks to CE Category A and NMMA Certification the boat is in compliance with the two major safety codes for boat below 24 meters.