Azimut Verve 48

Azimut Verve 48



Azimut Verve 48

The Azimut Verve 48 is driven by one goal—to overwhelm the owner and guests with emotion and adrenaline.

Designer of the exteriors and interiors, Francesco Struglia takes innovation to the extreme with a sport-weekender that flies over the water. This is the Verve’s vocation: fast and fluid movements from one hotspot to another, a break in the sun and a dip in the sea.

The powerful and agile nature of the Azimut Verve 48 is unleashed by the three 600hp Mercury V12s outboard engines, which allow you to reach up to 50 knots and cruise efficiently with fuel consumption reduced by 15%. Noise is reduced by up to 10 decibels compared to previous models from the series; you barely hear the engines starting. Michael Peters, unsurpassed master of fast hulls, designed a hydrodynamic hull with very low water resistance - the Stepped 'V' Ventilated Tunnel (SVVT) - guarantees a soft and decisive entry to the waves, and unparalleled comfort at high speeds.

The hull-side glazing rises to the gunwales, offering the helm station an exciting proximity to the water and creating visual contact with the wake. At the helm, one feels a part of nature itself while enjoying the speed, wind and sea.

The tight and sexy lines of the exteriors welcome the most innovative features of the Verve 48 with ease, in the name of an ever-greater proximity to nature. The stern area is completely new integrated with two ladders to easily get into the water. On the left, and in continuity, a swim platform on the left of unprecedented width opens up. These two elements form a single, extended platform on the water --exceptional in the segment.

The Azimut Verve 48 can accommodate up to 12 guests during the day, enchanting them with a glamorous Italian design touches and solutions. The layout of the cockpit allows for a fun outdoor party area with a refined and functional kitchen island guaranteeing freedom of movement. The cockpit transforms into an exclusive lounge club overlooking the sea for moments of relaxation and intimate, informal conviviality. The club lounge and helm station are well protected from the wind and heat thanks to a new, slender, and enveloping hardtop. Here, an interesting possibility has been studied for the owner: opting for a tempered glass insert which, in addition to lightening the structure of the hardtop, lets in light and air even at anchor.

The interiors feature generous volumes and intelligent solutions, surfaced with newly-conceived laminates that re-propose the materiality of wood in a cutting-edge technological context. The dinette-galley, located amidships at the full beam, is designed to offer further relaxation with a three-seater L-shaped sofa that can easily be converted into a double bed, a table with a fixed stainless-steel base and, on request, a wine cooler.

The Lower Deck of the Azimut Verve 48 houses two cabins for the night: the owner's cabin forward and a second cabin aft, with two twin beds offering all the comforts for spending one or more nights out.

Manufacturer / Make
15,03 m 49’ 4’’
4,10 m13’ 5’’
1,28 m4’ 3’’
17,8 t17518 lb
3 x 600 mHP (440kW) Verado Mercury
Fuel Capacity
2340 l 618 US Gal
Water Capacity
300 l 79 US Gal
Sleeping Capacity
2 Cabins

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