With a length overall of 85 feet, 3 inches, the Azimut Grande 25 Metri is the smallest yacht in the Italian builder’s Grande series, but she still comes with big style and features.
Stefano Righini did the exterior design, and Achille Salvagni handled interiors, incorporating colored lacquers that range from purple to powder blue for a modern, contemporary feel. The superstructure, roll bar, hardtop and transom are built using Carbon-Tech, keeping weight down while maximizing performance. The hull is fiberglass.
Four staterooms, including a full-beam master, are on the lower deck. In addition, there are quarters for three crew in two cabins.
Standard power is a pair of 1,650-horsepower MAN V-12 diesels. With the optional twin 1,800-horsepower MANs, top speed is 29 knots and the cruising speed is 24 knots, according to Azimut. Active Trim Control automatically adjusts trim for better fuel consumption, and electronic power steering is designed to reduce maintenance.
At the helm, a Raymarine monitoring system acts as an interface for engine data, alarms, bilge pumps, tank levels, discharge pumps, engine-room ventilation, air conditioning, the sound system and more. The monitoring system also can be controlled via a tablet.
What are some other key specs for the Azimut Grande 25 Metri? Her fuel capacity is 2,060 gallons, and her water capacity is 290 gallons.
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- Length Overall: 87’3”
- Maximum Beam: 20’4”
- Draft: 6’1”
- Fuel Capacity: 2,060 Gal.
- Freshwater Capacity: 290 Gal.
- Power: 2/1,650 or 2/1,800 hp MAN V12 diesels