Azimut S Collection S7

The Azimut S7 wants to be top of the class and it is, because the Azimut S7 is the most technologically advanced yacht in its category with a top speed of 36 knots, low consumption and some of the most generous volumes around. The ease of handling is as priceless as piloting the yacht is pleasurable. But for most people, it’s simply just beautiful.

Every setting on the boat stands out for its understated style that is perfectly aligned with today’s design trends. The interiors of the Azimut S7 are the work of Francesco Guida, in his first project for Azimut Yachts, revolutionising the solutions typically used on boats of this type.

The styling combines elegance and understatement with a determined, very masculine personality. There are two versions, the first warmer and the second more hi-tech.

The design of the windows have always been a distinctive feature of Azimut yachts and the S7 introduces a new development in them, inspired by diamond cutting. The glazed surfaces on either side of the superstructure are split into three sections that are joined on the diagonal and mounted on three different planes. The result is unique in terms of both the geometry of the shapes involved and the unexpected reflections of light.

The squared-off shape of the forward sun lounging area and work space means bigger surfaces for more comfort and ease of mooring.

In the Azimut S7 sport fly version, the C-shaped sofa becomes a sun lounging area next to the helm station, with a second area in the stern if desired, plus a storage compartment underneath it. All the seating is made from open cell material to ensure perfect drainage and can be upholstered with technical fabrics that are incredibly soft to the touch.

With the innovative Pivoting Platform Expander, the entire transom swings out and down to create a wonderful terrace on the sea. The platform also swings down even further to launch the two water toys housed in the garage: a tender and a jet ski. But at the touch of a button, the platform pivots back into place, leaving the stern completely free of every impediment.

Carbon fibre is used throughout the superstructure, also as a decorative material, boldly drawing attention to the features that seem to support the top section of the boat.

The spiral stairway to the flybridge reduces the space occupied and the base houses a second compartment for the ice-maker.

The living area is served by two coffee tables, both with electric mechanisms to raise and lower them, unfolding tops to double their surface area, and guides to position them next to the sofa. When open, they form a dining table for eight if needed.

Roomy but out of the way, the galley is positioned forward of the living area on the main deck, for easy access but without encroaching on the big lounge, which extends seamlessly across indoor and outdoor areas through a four-panel door.

Wide open spaces. In the owner’s suite, traditional internal divisions make way for less intrusive partitions, creating a roomier and more spacious feeling. As a result, the wash basin area becomes an integral part of the cabin, protected by a combination of partitions and mirrors that fill the space with light and offer reflected glimpses of the sea.

In addition to the owner’s suite there are three roomy cabins and two bathrooms.

Manufacturer / Make
S Collection
21,37 m70'1''
5,3 m17'5''
44,6 t
3 x VOLVO D13 - IPS 1050 - 800 mHP (588 kW)
Fuel Capacity
3,800 L1,004 US gal
Water Capacity
1,000 L264 US gal
Sleeping Capacity

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