Azimut launched motor yacht AZIMUT 116/25 in 2006. Therefore, she can be categorised as having been built over in Italy. AZIMUT 116/25 had yacht design work finished by Stefano Righini and Stefano Righini. Launched to celebration for 2006 the comparatively recent interior design reveals the endowment of Carlo Galeazzi.
Stefano Righini was the naval architecture company involved in the technical superyacht plans for AZIMUT 116/25. Also the company Stefano Righini successfully collaborated on this undertaking. Interior designer Carlo Galeazzi was employed for the overall internal ambience. Created at Azimut Yachts the vessel was completed within Italy. She was successfully launched in Viareggio in 2006 before being handed over to the owner. A moderate feeling is manifested with a maximum beam (width) of 7.4 m / 24.3 feet. The material composite was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure over the hull is built out of composite.
The 16V 2000 M93 engine powering the yacht is made by MTU. For propulsion AZIMUT 116/25 has twin screw propellers. The engine of the yacht generates 2434 horse power (or 1816 kilowatts). She is fitted with 2 engines. The sum thrust for the boat is therefore 4864 HP / 3629 KW.
The main engines are two 2434 Horse Power / 1816 kW MTU. Engine Model: 16V 2000 M93 diesel. - Giving the combined power of 4864 HP /3629 KW. - Water: unknown. - Beam: 7.4m/24.3ft.
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