A crossover that gracefully expresses an explorer spirit boosted by the navigational prowess of a Dual Mode hull. Its discreet charm smoothly unwraps through ample spaces with a luminous nature, while its comfort courteously delivers a travel privilege that knows no boundaries

A powerful and evocative name, Magellano sees the charm of trawlers and distant destinations meet a more contemporary style, with refined and elegant Italian design for the first time. The “crossed” DNA of the Series is not only expressed in the aesthetics, but above all in its aptitude for travel: the Dual Mode semi-planing hull is also hybridized for comfortable navigation at low speeds, as well as sustained cruising, absorbing the impact of the waves and offering the freedom to cruise in a wider range of sea conditions.

The Magellano 60 elaborates the philosophy of the Series, recently renewed by Ken Frievokh, which merges the simple and classic elegance of sailing with the adventurous aesthetics of an explorer designed for long, unrestricted cruises. The new model enhances the Series’ key features, distinguished by stylistic solutions, onboard space and attention to efficiency and environmental impact.

The Magellano 60 comfortably cruises at 18 knots and can reach up to 26 knots

The exteriors bear the iconic signs of the Magellano Series: clean and elegant lines, with teak louvers as a signature of discreet and yet immediately architectural charm. On the Magellano 60, however, the clean lines evolve into more contemporary traits, with edges that define the contours of the surfaces, further enhancing the linearity of Frievokh’s hand.

The contemporary thrust of the design culminates at the stern, where the Magellano 60 proposes an irresistible transformation from cockpit to terrace for the first time on a boat of this size. It’s a manifestation of Azimut’s drive for greater contact with nature, answering the desires of Magellano owners, who love long stays on board and taking to sea in search of new frontiers and landscapes for the few.

The cockpit, conceived as a natural extension of the large lounge on the main deck, becomes an Infinity Terrace overlooking the water without barriers thanks to a transparent glass parapet. This area is the true heart of life on board, a welcoming, reserved, romantic and fun space throughout of the day. Aspiring to versatility, it’s transformable from lounge area to outdoor dining with double-headed table and it is complemented with an American bar, a perfect aperitivo spot at sunset.

The interiors of the Magellano 60 express the intentions of the experience with large, bright spaces, the particularity of a convertible dinette placed next to the full-height glazing, and a privileged, intimate view of the sea.

To embellish the interior of the new crossover, the careful study explored natural light, the undisputed protagonist that flows in from the large side windows. The concept of the living area, as well as that of the three cabins, does not look for accents but envelops generous atmospheres suspended in time with calm and nature.

And the choice of colors, soft and ton sur ton, complete a perfect picture: the only essence, brushed Cinder oak with warm gray hues, goes well with light lacquers in shades of ivory and white, highlighted by bronze details and the decoration of surfaces in sophisticated Vienna straw.

The new model enhances the Series’ key features, distinguished by stylistic solutions, onboard space and attention to efficiency and environmental impact

Exploring new frontiers, getting to know places of pristine nature and crystal clear waters also means trying to reduce emissions. For this reason, the Azimut|Benetti Group R&D office brings the high-efficiency semi-planing Dual Mode hull to the Magellano 60, designed to optimize fuel consumption and emissions, especially at low and medium speeds. This commitment to respect the environment led the Magellano 60 to be chosen for the first voyage powered by HVOlution, the biofuel produced by Eni Sustainable Mobility with 100% renewable raw materials.

The combined effect of the Dual Mode hull and biofuel has made it possible to achieve a reduction in CO2 emissions well-to-wake exceeding -80% compared to a yacht of comparable size powered by fossil diesel, confirming the effectiveness of the path charted by Azimut.

Length overall: 18,470 m
Beam max: 5,150 m
Draft at full load: 1,37 m
Displacement (at full load): 34,92 t
Engines: 2 x MAN i6 – 730 hp
Maximum speed up to 26 knots
Cruise speed: 18 knots
Fuel tank capacity: 3650 l
Water tank capacity: 750 l
Cabins: 3 + 1 crew
Berths: 6 + 1 crew
Head compartments: 3 + 1 crew
Building material: VTR
Builder. Azimut Yachts
Exterior designer: Ken Freivokh
Interior designer: Azimut Yachts
Hull designer: Profjord – Azimut R&D
Certifications: CE B; NMMA

Azimut Yachts Croatia-Serbia-Slovenia
Navis Marine d.o.o. in partnership with BM Premium Yachting 2020 d.o.o.
Zrenjaninski put 11, Beograd,
+381 11 413 444 / +381 66 800 2030

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