An 18-meter flybridge yacht that is sure to give satisfaction to itsx owners thanks to a great level of comfort and a separation of crew and guests that is typical of the biggest boats. A privacy made possible by a large crew cabin with two beds and access from the swim platform. The layout of this cabin is modular and changes (two twin beds, either separate or adjacent) depending on whether or not the Seakeeper is mounted.
Externally the 60 reprises the new elements of the flybridge collection, with the characteristic innovative fin on the deckhouse that joins in the play of curved lines of the windows and makes the boat’s profile unique even from a distance. Also on the flybridge – very spaciously proportioned – we find a glass insert on the outer part of the roll bar.
The interiors faithfully interpret the new tendency of Azimut flybridges, which favor light contrasts, with honey-tinted oak and cream-colored valances. Just beyond the glass door, to starboard, where the sofas are usually placed, a furniture unit has been designed to hold the retractable video screen also. The galley, equipped with anti-roll structures and shock-absorbing drawers, is on the main deck in a raised position, directly serving the dinette.
The lower deck has three cabins. The full-beam, full-height master cabin is amidships, with two large windows in three vertical segments that put the owner couple in direct, continuous contact with the seascape. A living area, located along the starboard bulwark near the window, competes for the role of protagonist with the large double bed placed at 45 degrees on the opposite side. The VIP cabin is forward, equipped with a double bed and horizontal windows, while a third cabin hosts guests with two twin beds, a large wardrobe and cabinets for a comfortable stay on board.