The shipbuilding company Azimut has introduced a new boat Verve 47, which is distinguished by large internal volumes, practicality and excellent running characteristics.
Azimut 47 Verve is a real sea cruiser. The boat has a deep V-shaped hull designed with a ventilated Stepped "V" tunnel. Such a tunnel, located in the underwater part of the hull, provides excellent stability of the yacht during its turns at high speed.
The Verve 47 is designed by Struglia. On the open deck there is a spacious entertainment area with a large TV, a galley with a stove, refrigerator and freezer. In the bow area there is a solarium, which turns into a comfortable private cockpit with a sofa and a small bar.
The developer has equipped the yacht with all the service technologies necessary for comfortable living: a SureShade sun awning, a Seakeeper 6 roll stabilization device, and a 14 kW Kohler generator.
The yacht's helm station is equipped with a triple seat, three Raymarine monitors, which allow you to control the operation of all on-board systems. The boat uses standard Mercury Vessel View digital technology. In addition, control is available via the Mercury joystick, bow thruster and SkyHook stabilizer.
The yacht Azimut has two cabins in the bow and stern, a spacious saloon, a bathroom and a galley. The bow room is equipped with a double bed and large storage boxes. The aft cabin has two single beds.
The boat is driven by two pairs of Mercury 450R outboard engines, which are capable of speeds up to 53 knots. The cruising speed of the Azimut 47 Verve is 37 knots.