The Azimut Seadeck 6 is a 56-foot coupe-style motoryacht that was announced by the iconic Italian yacht-building company Azimut in 2023. Crafted in partnership with industry legend Alberto Mancini, this vessel presents a minimalist and monolithic form with sheer lines, futuristic aerodynamics and contemporary living spaces. One of the most eco-friendly watercraft ever produced by Azimut, the Seadeck 6 will produce up to 40% less emissions compared to equivalent models from rival brands thanks to hi-tech on-board systems, a light-weight carbon-fiber superstructure and cutting-edge hybrid engines. The perfect choice for style-conscious cruisers looking to burnish their green credentials, this boat boasts graceful lower-deck cabins for multi-day voyages as well as powerful propulsion options and a rugged hull for plenty of pace, poise and panache out on the water.
|Fuel Capacity||634 gallons|
Behind the double-height vertical bow entry there’s a low-slung foredeck lounge partially hidden by those high bulwarks where guests can work on their summer tan in a secluded environment. Out here there is a triple-width sunpad in plush marine-grade upholstery with cushioned headrests and integrated cup-holders to accentuate your comfort. This yacht’s most radical feature, however, will be found at the other end of the vessel. Instead of a traditional aft-cockpit or even a beach-club the Seadeck 6 offers a “Fun Island”, an entirely open lounge space to aft with no transom wall, fold-down bulwarks that turn into floating terraces and an expanded hydraulic swim platform, all lined in lavish teak. At the heart of the fun island is a vast modular sunpad with hidden storage and refrigeration options under the cushions. This sunpad features room for up to four guests and a sliding back-rest so that you can use this space to look out to stern or back toward the cockpit during meal service. Up in the cockpit you will find a bespoke timber-lined table and a plush sofa, along with room for an optional wet-bar.
Sliding glass doors entirely open up to create a strong connection between indoors and outdoors, while floor-to-ceiling anti-UV glazing and side doors that also slide wide open give this main-deck lounge a breezy and elemental feel. Interiors benefit from the graceful touch of designers Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez, who have emphasized laid-back luxury, openness, modernity and sustainability. The result is luxurious yet restrained, calm but elegant, light and warm. Expect pale oak, fluted timber surfaces, crème carpeting, recycled wood lattice-work accents and woven-thread wall panels. There’s room in here for a pair of bespoke coffee tables, an L-shaped sofa and a day-bed, while up front there’s an enclosed pilothouse for private navigation or a more open lay-out without a bulkhead and space for a main-deck galley. Up here you will enjoy manning a helm with excellent visibility and a thoroughly modern dashboard with everything required to chart your course.
On the lower-deck there looks set to be a number of palatial bedrooms with en-suite facilities, with overnight space for up to 6 overnight guests across three spacious cabins with an understated vibe. There will also be a crew quarters and an optional lower galley on this model, with rooms down here benefiting from generously proportioned, custom-made hull windows.
Top range engine options include 480HP Volvo IPS 650 diesel-electric hybrid train-drive motors that also benefit from a link to solar panels on the roof of the yacht. Expect top speeds of up to 30 knots at full-throttle and low-emissions cruising speeds that let you stay out on the water for days on end.