The Azimut Grande 32 Metri is a bold and deliberate break away
from the past with its graceful lines concealing avant-garde features
previously unheard of in the category. Generous interior volumes
are deceptively disguised by Stefano Righini’s powerful exterior
lines which sweep imperiously towards the stern. A touch of edgy,
sporty character is added by the large full-height windows which
rise up from the hull and extend into the superstructure. With its
side garage accommodating a tender and jet ski, two large beach
clubs in the stern and foredeck, the Azimut Grande 32 Metri is a
serious wide-body megayacht.

Spatial composition is the guiding principle of
the interiors of the Azimut Grande 32 Metri
with architect Achille Salvagni eschewing
pure décor and creating a series of contrasts
to delineate the various spaces. Polished dark
surfaces and ceiling details play off against
lighter coloured woods whilst full and empty
spaces are juxtaposed against each other and
handpicked pastel elements provide a subtle
counterpoint to luxurious butter-coloured leather
surfaces. Painstaking research lies behind even
the smallest detail, with all coming together to
create a soothing atmosphere of complete and
total relaxation.

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5 + 3


32 m


1.90 m


7.30 m


2 x MTU 2.200 mHp


142 t


10 + 5

Head compartments

6 + 3

Maximum speed (knots)


Cruising speed (knots)


Fuel capacity (liters)


Water capacity (liters)


Building material

Carbon fibre + GRP

Exterior styling & concept

Stefano Righini

Interior styling

Achille Salvagni Architetti


Azimut Yachts

Hull designer

P.L. AUSONIO Naval Architecture & Azimut R&D Dept.


D2P Displacement to Planing





Carbon-tech generation

The use of carbon fibre is a construction choice that allows volumes and surfaces to be increased in size while keeping the same weight, therefore maintaining excellent levels of dynamic stability.
Carbon fiber lamination is applied to:

  • superstructure
  • flybridge
  • radar arch
  • hard top (opt)
  • platform and transom

displacement to planing hull

The D2P Displacement to Planing Hull designed by Pierluigi Ausonio in conjunction with the Azimut Benetti R&D Centre combines the comfort typical of a displacement hull with the performance of a planing hull and it significantly improved fuel efficiency.
This new solution is based on a double chine hull design with an innovative wave piercer and allows the yacht reaching high top speeds without needing particular powerful engines, or navigate in displacement mode with a remarkable range at a cost effective speed.
The hull has been optimised for the full range of most frequently used speeds of 10-12 knots and cruising speeds in semi-displacement mode.

Side garage
for a 5 meter tender plus jet-ski

Side garage for a 5 meter tender plus a 3 meter jet-ski.
This leaves the stern completely free for a magnificent 18 m2 beach area provided by the big pivoting swim platform.

At one with the sea

The extraordinary views through the full-length windows on both sides of the owner’s suite create the incomparable sensation of being completely at one with the sea.

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