The Alberto Mancini design has introduced a number of innovations to the layout of the yacht, both the consequence of design choice and also the inspiration for artful and original features around the yacht. An aft raised cockpit is one such feature, which has led to the development of new outdoor areas with unexpected concepts, functions and characteristics.
The contemporary interiors have been designed by Achille Salvagni, who has created an environment reflective of a modern lifestyle to suit an owner seeking versatility, informality and a space to relax and entertain guests in comfort. The superyacht also has an option of a sixth cabin on the upper deck.
The Naval Architecture has been developed by Pierluigi Ausonio, with a D2P Displacement to Planning hull designed in collaboration with Azimut Research and Development centre to guarantee maximum efficiency at all speeds.
This striking 38.2m superyacht provides a series of informal, dynamic and versatile spaces which rewrite the rule book of yacht design. The yacht is targeted towards contemporary owners who want a luxurious entertainment vessel to host guests in a relaxed setting.
In keeping with the Azimut aesthetic, the Grande Trideck boasts elegant and dynamic exterior lines, though the flagship has a twist. A raised deck in the stern has been incorporated to create more exterior spaces around the yacht. The owner and their guests will have plenty of choice when it comes to social spaces, meaning the yacht can be both lively and tranquil at the same time.
The raised deck has allowed the creation of a trio of new zones, namely a Sea View Terrace, Beach Club and Private Patio.
The Sea View Terrace has been described as an “open air stage on the sea” with panoramic views and a spacious lounge. The full height ceiling Beach Club is right at sea level, enhancing the onboard lifestyle with a dedicated area for lounging and relaxing. All furnishings and equipment on the Beach Club are entirely customisable. The Private Patio is a sheltered, intimate space just below the Sea View Terrace.
Achille Salvagni’s interior design has reimagined the traditional functions of many of the yacht’s areas. The most drastic of the changes being the abolition of the traditional formal dining area, transforming this deck instead into an area for socialising and informal gatherings.