The Azimut 84 is an 84 foot luxury flybridge motor yacht that was released to the public in 2014. Intended as an upgrade to the ever popular Azimut Flybridge range of yachts, the Azimut 84 retains some signature features of the line such as sleek Stefano Righini exterior lines and a full-beam, tapering bridge, while adding a number of extras including more powerful engines and an updated, contemporary interior.
The Azimut flybridge boasts an extensive seating area to port with a pair of leather sunpads either side of a U-shaped dining sofa and a matching set of two teak coffee tables. To starboard there is a comfortable upper helm station with a helm sofa, as well as a marble-topped, walk-in wet bar with a teak floating platform and an electric grill. To the rear there is a circular jacuzzi spa-pool and space for tender storage or more seating. The entire flybridge is covered with a hard-top that comes fitted with a retractable electric sunroof should you wish to feel the sun on your skin.
One level down and you will find an aft-deck with a transom dining sofa and breakfast table, as well as steps down to a large, teak-lined hydraulic bathing platform from where all of your marine-themed adventures can begin. Out on the foredeck Azimut have fitted an integral, Portuguese Bridge-style sofa into the fiberglass superstructure, and positioned a three-seater sunbed facing the bow, making this a great, secluded space for afternoon sunbathing, evening aperitifs or lazy mornings spent reading.
Achille Salvagni was brought in to give the interior an updated feel in two options. The first is an open plan cockpit with one, single, free-flowing space from the salon to the kitchen galley while the other breaks up the space with the clever addition of partition walls and an enclosed galley. Both main-deck layouts feature deluxe finishes such as lacquered Koto and eucalyptus wood surrounds, Italian leather furnishings and wall panels, stainless steel fixtures and surfaces in teak, tempered glass and white marble. The aft salon features a couple of side sofas and extending, curved cabinets, while the dining space is defined by a circular table with enough room for eight diners. Inside the galley you will find black granite or pink marble worktops, Miele appliances, a five-zone electric hob and a double-sink. Positioned forwards is an L-shaped sofa with an angled breakfast table and a main-deck helm station equipped with the latest in Raymarine technology.
One significant upgrade on the previous iteration of Azimut flybridge models is that each of the four, lower-deck bedrooms come with en suite facilities and larger hull windows. A generously proportioned master stateroom to the bow and a couple of twins provide comfortable rest space for guests, while owners will surely bag the full-beam, amidship grand stateroom. This palatial suite features a walk-in dressing room, a work desk, a side sofa and a king-sized island bed, along with a large, marble-lined bathroom with couple’s sinks, bidet facilities and an Afzelia-lined sauna-style shower room.
Twin MAN V12 1800MHP diesel engines roar the Azimut 84 to top speeds of around 30 knots, with comfortable cruising in the range of 24 knots. At lower cruising speeds the vessel has a range of well over 300 nautical miles, while Humphree dynamic intruders and hydraulic bow thrusters provide plenty of agility.