The Azimut 66 flybridge is part of the Flybridge Collection. In fact the most classic of Azimut’s collections, and the one with the renewal of its stylistic and technical content. This renewal process began with the Azimut 80 in 2013. Which then continued with the Azimut 50 in 2014 and Azimut 72 unveiled in 2015. The Azimut technicians created a yacht which combined all the innovations appearing in the most recent models in the new collection. A process which has transformed the Azimut 66 flybridge into a true icon representing the entire range.
Dedicated to people who know the importance of comfort in long journeys and love sophisticated aesthetics. It comes in either the Flybridge or Hard Top version to facilitate cruising in internal waters.
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 fibre lamination is applied to the foredeck, upper forward section of flybridge and optional hard top.
Designer Carlo Galeazzi worked on the interiors of the Azimut 66 with the shipyard’s styling office. Together they not only came up with the usual refined decor but the need to optimise use of space. Therefore obtaining extra storage space to make the Azimut 66 flybridge an even more convenient yacht