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Review: Azimut Yachts New 74' Magellano

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  1. Her guest bath sports a circular stand-up shower, as well as a modern sink and fixtures. The hinged vanity mirror covers a full complement of necessary bath items.
  2. An additional, third stateroom proposes standard twin berths suitable for children or adults, following the design theme. Bright red bed linens cover dark chocolate twin bunk settings, with a light tan and champagne ivory setting.
  3. The third stateroom also offers a private head and round, stand-up shower stall, fully equipped with a compact toilet and mirrored vanity cabinet. It also provides separate towel sets and hangers for several passengers.
  4. The engine room offers reasonably good size for a 74-footer. Below, Azimut has provided adequate space for its 9’ tender and outboard motor (aft); yet primary space below is usurped by its o-so-competent twin CAT C18 work-horses. With an adequate walk-through aisle between, servicing should be a pleasure. Not shown, the complete list of ancillary goodies; generators, coolers, etc.
  5. Now Azimut, the premiere Italian builder – for many years producer of ocean-going vessels in all sizes and purpose – brings its know-how to the newest expanding yacht market. That is; Adventurous Mariners, who may be married couples; eager to cruise the world at their own speed, in their own mid-size yacht.

    So Thank You, Azimut, for this new approach; the splendid new Magellano 74!​

    by Capt. Chuck Gnaegy



    LOA: 74’4”
    Beam: 29’4”
    Draft: 5’7”
    Power: 2x 1015 HP CAT C18
    Weight: 123,000 lbs.
    Fuel: 2,007 USG
    Water: 1,504 USG
    Speed: Top – 25 kts.
    Cruise: 12 kts.
    Range: 1,100 nm @ 12 knots

    For more information contact:

    Azimut Yachts
    Via M. L. King, 9/11
    10051 Avigliana - Torino (Italy)
    Tel. +39 011 93 161


    This stand-up control panel is easy to access and read; with its own light source.
  7. The galley sink in close-up; acute detail shown in this stainless wash basin are a unique swivel mount faucet, plus handy utensil drawers.
  8. Stairs to the Flybridge are eloquent due to an expanded landing but also quite utilitarian. Note: no hard edges or sharp corners – excellent design thinking. Wide foot treads; slip-proof.
  9. Below, check this fine storage area with shelves and drawers; an advantage you may not see on many yachts this size.
  10. Polished stainless steel winches and bollards; Real Ship hardware!
  11. Deck Plans - Top to Bottom

    1. Flybridge
    2. Main Deck
    3. Lower Deck
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