The first Azimut 95-RPH was completed in 2014 resulting in a total of 6 more to be built in 2015. This demonstrated the popularity of the engineering quality and design.
The RPH – stands for Raised Pilot House. Accomplished however only by creating a half deck which gives the yacht owner and guests more space and maximises privacy. The designer, Righini, has integrated the raised wheelhouse with the yachts hallmark exterior lines all the while retaining that special Azimut Grande family look.
Azimut 95-RPH has five cabins. Four of the yachts five guest suites are located on the lower deck. The owner’s suite remains on the main deck. The exceptional view and large bathroom make the boat owner’s suite a veritable space with an unparalleled sea view. The layout sleeps 10 and each suite contains its own private ensuite. The Azimut 95-RPH also has a liberating sense of space in the saloon. Righini has created a real sense of continuity between inside and outside due to the dramatic floor-to-ceiling picture windows in the saloon.
The Azimut 95-RPH consists of an exceedingly spacious flybridge (+60 m2) – awarded Best in Class. The yacht includes a comfortable exterior al fresco dining area that seats 10, a mini bar, Jacuzzi, and relaxing sunbathing area.
Salvagni Architetti designed the interior for Azimut Yachts. A proven collaboration that has led to other successful models in the range.
The aft boasts a garage with pivoting platform for a + 4-metre tender jet. The engine room has two MTU 16V2000 M84 motors which, when combined with the planning hull with skeg, provides for significantly improved directional stability, enabling maximum speeds of 26.5 knots and cruising speeds of 20 knots. The 12,000-litre fuel tank and 2,000-litre water tank ensure great range, even for long crossings.