Beam is 23 feet, and draft is 6 feet, 8 inches. Fuel capacity is more than 3,800 gallons for long-distance cruising—and Azimut says fuel consumption is about 15 percent lower than on traditional hard-chine planing hulls.
Also according to Azimut, the yacht has a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots with twin 1,550-horsepower MAN engines.
The design team behind the Magellano 30 Metri includes people who also collaborated on the Magellano 25 Metri: Ken Freivokh, who handled exterior styling, and Vincenzo De Cotiis, who designed the interiors. PLANA collaborated with Azimut on naval architecture for the Dual Mode hull.
Notable design features include more than 750 feet of glazed surfaces, for wide-angle views and a great deal of natural light on board.
A hotel mode package is available: Azimut says the Magellano 30 Metri can be fitted with this package, which has 100 kWh lithium batteries that let the yacht anchor silently, with zero emissions, for as long as four hours during the day and eight hours at night.
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