The Italian Group, the world’s leading builder of luxury yachts, will be in the spotlight at Yachts Miami Beach 2017 (February 16-20) with a fleet of 21 models, ranging in length from 10 to 63 meters. Also planned is the highly awaited world preview of the new Benetti Now.
Azimut | Benetti Group will be taking 21 models to Yachts Miami Beach 2017: all five Azimut Yachts collections will be represented, plus three Benetti superyachts.
The Miami boat show also provides an opportunity for the official presentation of the new Benetti Now, superyachts from 50 to 68 meters.
With 18 Azimut Yachts branded boats in the water, the Italian shipyard is preparing to welcome visitors with the crème de la crème of its five Collections. From the Atlantis 34, the smallest in the range, to the 84 Flybridge, a 26 meter yacht designed to offer the maximum cruising comfort, and between them two 66 footers: Magellano 66, the Italian long range yacht, and Azimut 66 Flybridge, the recently presented model with a carbon fiber superstructure that is already an icon of the latest construction technology developed by the shipyard.
Another top model will be the new Azimut Verve 40, the Group’s first weekender. Designed specifically for the US market, just months after its launch it is already proving to be a huge commercial success for the shipyard. This model, unique in its genre, combines all the typical features of the traditional American walkaround and day cruiser, but adds to them the peerless elegance and sophistication of Italian style.
Moored at the pier with the Azimut Yachts fleet will be three Benetti models: the Benetti Veloce 140’ Drew, a semi-custom yacht featuring the innovative D2P hull that delivers unprecedented comfort and low consumption, even at high speed; Benetti Crystal 140’ Lady M., the 42 meter yacht on which hospitality is the keyword; and finally, the Benetti FB265 M/Y 11.11, a 63 meter example of Benetti’s full custom production excellence.
Yachts Miami Beach 2017: Azimut|Benetti Group – Collins avenue – ENT 5; EX-9