Stefano Rigini's Azimut 66 Flybridge is brought to Cannes

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The latest in a line of flybridge yachts designed by renowned designer Stefano Righini, the Azimut 66 Flybridge premiered at the Cannes Boat Show.

The Azimut 66 takes the generic features of her brothers, the 50th, 80th and 72nd models, including shark fin side windows, an expansive flybridge with multiple seating areas, and a giant forward lounge area.

Her hull and superstructure construction makes extensive use of carbon fibre in order to reduce the boat's weight and ensure sufficient rigidity. As a result, the yacht, equipped with twin 1150hp CAT diesels, can reach a speed of 31 knots with a cruising speed of 27 knots.

The elegant interior of the Azimut 66 Flybridge has been designed by Carlo Galeazzi. The interior of the yacht is filled with light due to the large floor-to-ceiling side windows. A perfect spatial balance is maintained between the aft lounge area and the forward dining table.

A glass panel, which converts from clear to frosted at the touch of a button, separates the social areas from the galley, providing privacy for the owner and guests when the chef is at work and an additional source of daylight when the kitchen is free.

Details like a television that slides out from a panel in the wall, a wind bar near the cockpit and a double seat at the control station add to the overall dolce vita feel.

Galeazzi has also taken great care to maximise usable space wherever possible, adding to the master suite and guest staterooms so that passengers will feel they are on a larger yacht.

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