Here is a yacht that looks like it means business, whether charging over open water at better than 30 knots, or sitting calmly at anchor in a sandy lagoon. Look at her aggressive posture, angular detailing, and streamlined shape—even if you knew little about express cruisers you’d probably guess this one is from Italy. And if the Atlantis brand is unfamiliar to you, look a little more closely: Underneath the badge on the side it also says, in polished stainless steel, “Azimut.”
And she really is. The Azimut Atlantis 50 is built at Azimut’s factory in Avigliana, the company’s home base, and receives exactly the same level of attention in terms of design, fit-out, and engineering as the parent marque. And that’s pretty clear when you step aboard—there are the big, chunky stainless steel handrails; a signature of Azimut yachts. The saloon cabinetry is made out of old-school, lacquered plywood. There is hidden quality, too, in the hull’s vinylester-resin outer skin and its vacuum-infused laminate.
But, of course, the Azimut Atlantis 50 is not precisely an Azimut. She looks different and feels different, with her arrowhead exterior profile and simpler, but still cool and crisp, interior design. Designed by Carlo Galeazzi, the interiors include a saloon, dining area with relaxation area, below deck galley, and lobby leading to the cabins. This is a boat conceived to compete on a different playing field, and like many recent midrange sport cruisers she comes with a choice of layout options on both decks.
The Azimut Atlantis 50 is both a sports machine, designed to reward her driver with precise control and turn of speed, and a luxury yacht, intended to pamper and cosset—which she does. And she’s a quality product as well, put together by people who really know what they’re doing. Fino all’ultimo dettaglio – To the last detail. They are the words Azimut Yachts lives by, and they are words we have taken to heart here at MarineMax. If you would like to learn more about the availability of the Atlantis 50, CLICK HERE