Azimut S7

A technological advancement.

by Ken Kreisler
Triple IPS power. Active trim control. Strikingly handsome and exciting contemporary exterior.


  • LOA: 70'1"
  • Beam: 17'5"
  • Draft: 5'6"
  • Weight: 89,200 lbs.
  • Fuel Capacity: 1,004 gals.
  • Water Capacity: 264 gals.
  • Power: 3x800-hp Volvo Penta D13 IPS1050
  • Price: Contact Dealer

Outstanding interior. Impeccable quality control in both high-tech building schedule and advanced systems integration. What is it, you ask? It’s the Azimut S7. 

“Every Azimut presents a personalized design to suit any prospective owner’s desires,” says Azimut USA President Federico Ferrante. “Now, more than ever, it is very important to be set apart from the competition.”

With Azimut’s Stefano Righini guiding the S7’s concept and exterior styling (the window configurations are wonderfully executed), this head-turning 70-foot yacht has all the spectacular features one would expect from this world-class builder.

From the outside she is the kind of boat that seems to tug at her lines, impatient to be out on the water where she belongs. The bow area presents upper and lower seating/lounging areas, while fully aft, a large sunpad, outdoor grill, and a comfortable seating and dining area provide impressive entertaining opportunities. Topsides, you will find abundant outdoor seating and a starboard helm station.

Upon entering the main salon, you’re greeted by wide-open, bright and airy spaces courtesy of oversized, distinctive windows, a wonderful blend of light and dark woods, and a tasteful mixing and matching of fabric and furniture. There is a dining area, lower helm station, and access to the living accommodation below where a four-stateroom, four-head layout awaits, including the full-beam master, VIP forward, and port and starboard guest quarters.

Carbon fiber construction takes the S7 beyond her striking good looks, exciting performance and impeccable styling, and on to new heights in the boatbuilding process. This strong and lightweight material is used from the waterline up, allowing for increased volume while maintaining stability.

Racy good looks where comfort abounds, both inside and out. Exceptional Italian styling. Superior high-tech engineering and building techniques. Joystick control, a fuel auto balancing system and an integrated control panel. Oh yes, the S7 is most certainly an Azimut. 

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