For people who want to cruise further afield, without giving up the comfort and elegance of Azimut yachts, but whose real destination is the carefree frivolity of the journey itself.
Magellano is always gentle and safe in navigation and has a limited fuel consumption thanks to the innovative Dual Mode hull and its wide range of cruising speeds.
The interior spaces were designed for long stays on board, with welcoming living areas and spacious cabins.
MAGELLANO GRANDE 30 METRI:
WHATEVER YOU NEED WHEREVER YOU WANT
The exteriors of the Magellano 30 metri have been designed by Ken Freivokh, a renowned figure in the world of boat design and the name behind some of the world’s most stunning megasailers. The vision that guided his design of the lines of the boat was wonderfully simple: to create an object of timeless, exquisite beauty, immune to passing fads and trends. A superstructure entirely in glass, conceived to recreate the idea of a penthouse overlooking the sea, is the central element around which the entire design revolves. Customised teak louvres on either side of the aft area of the deckhouse add an indefinable personality to the boat’s silhouette.
Surprising and unconventional, the Magellano 30METRI is a masterpiece that seamlessly fuses art and the sea. The interior lines were designed by Vincenzo De Cotiis, an architect and designer with an attitude that hovers more towards the art world. Given his longstanding love of fibreglass, which he has used in the creation of many of his works, there is a wonderful symmetry in the collaboration, when you consider that for Azimut Yachts, this material is an essential construction element. Fluid, surprising forms, an out-of-the-ordinary conjugation of the sea and its surroundings, together with light-flooded spaces all combine to make the Magellano 30METRI a truly extraordinary boat that seems suspended in time and poised to weigh anchor at any moment in a quest to rediscover the simple essence of travel.