The Azimut Magellano 60 is a 60-foot luxury explorer yacht with a flybridge that was launched by the iconic Italian yacht-building company Azimut in August 2023. An elegant and charming profile with plenty of glass, cutaway gunwales and modern al-fresco lounge spaces dripping with European style make this one of the most chic yachts in its class today. There are heritage touches here, too, in the sophisticated dark livery, the teak accents to the superstructure, the classic lines in startling white fiberglass and a prominent, wave-slicing bow-entry. A serious piece of nautical engineering, this yacht was crafted in partnership with industry legend Ken Freivokh for rugged seaworthiness, competitive overall speeds and the ability to explore the Norwegian fjords, round the tip of Baja California or head out to the Bahamas with poise and purpose.
|Fuel Capacity||965 gallons|
The elevated flybridge is topped by a floating hard-top with a central glazed panel, a striped teak sole and an open aspect at the rear for an elemental and breezy atmosphere. Lounge on twin Batyline sunpads to aft, retire to a sprawling seating area to port with a U-shaped sofa, a dining table and a forward sunpad, or prepare drinks at a pair of wet-bar stations lined in carved timber with grill and ice-chipper facilities. A starboard upper helm station boasts superb visibility and a pair of leather-lined piloting seats for confident navigation with the wind in your face.
On the main-deck there is a plush and secluded foredeck with a U-shaped forward sofa and an adaptable bow lounge that can be utilized as one massive sunpad or as a sofa, while in the aft-cockpit there are a pair of sofas surrounding a dining table with views out beyond a glazed transom wall. Also available back here is a full-beam hydraulic bathing platform and a bar with stools that connects to the aft-galley when the sliding glass doors have been flung wide open. The stylish main-deck salon features deluxe materials like Viennese straw accents, textured wall panels, dark wood surrounds, a parquet floor, glass bulkheads, mottled Ottanio carpets and demure upholstery for a fashionable and comfortable vibe, while 360-degrees of mullioned glazing really allows the natural light to stream in. Upon entry in here there is an open aft-galley with all the amenities needed for long-distance travel, while further forward there is a U-shaped sofa, a bespoke coffee table, a dining booth and the yacht’s main helm station. This non-glare, modern dashboard boasts a pair of oversized Raymarine Gold touch-screens, twin monitoring tablets, a timber-lined, power-assisted steering wheel, thruster controls, a Seakeeper stabilizer switch and joystick handling.
Spaciousness seems to be the theme down on the elegant lower-deck, where a trio of staterooms all impress with their own marble-lined en-suite bathroom facilities and walk-in wet-room showers. A twin berth to starboard is joined by a VIP cabin to the bow with a queen-sized, a pair of full-height lockers and lozenge-shaped hull windows. A full-beam owner’s stateroom is positioned amidship and features a queen-sized island bed, a side sofa, two lockers and hand-crafted cabinets, along with generous head clearance and rounded, horizontal glazing. A single crew cabin for one is accessed via the transom and includes its own bathroom facilities.
Powered by twin 730HP MAN i6 diesel engines, you can expect full-throttle speeds of up to 26 knots and an economy cruise of around 18 knots. You will be out on the water all week long and then some thanks to a fuel tank holding up to 964 gallons of diesel and an eco-friendly design, while a Profjord semi-planing dual-mode hull with a category B rating has been optimized for offshore expeditions and ambitious voyages of discovery.