Outside, the 58's style is distinctly Azimut, with the curved saloon windows immediately signaling the familiar style of Stefano Righini. The pilothouse is set well forward to maximize internal space and the hull is also full, so you might feel the effects of these as a livelier motion in head seas. But on this day, the Mediterranean was all blue skies and calm water. The large hull windows that Azimut pioneered don't enhance the exterior aesthetics much, in my humble opinion, but you can certainly see the benefits in the glorious view from the master stateroom. The swim platform fits well within the visual sweep of the hull, and the overall effect is a compact-looking, low-profile, sporty yacht-especially for a flybridge cruiser-with the balanced arch mast adding practical height for the radar array and the navigation lights.