TV Azimut

Azimut completed the building motor yacht TV in 2004. As such, she is built ...

TV Azimut

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A General Description of Motor Yacht TV

Azimut completed the building motor yacht TV in 2004. As such, she is built within Italy. TV had her naval architecture and design developed by Stefano Righini and Stefano Righini. Launched to celebration for 2004 her reasonably recent interior decoration demonstrates the worth emanating from the boards of Carlo Galeazzi/Mauricio Gomez De Tuddo.

Construction & Design for Luxury Yacht TV

Stefano Righini was the naval architect involved in the professional nautical composition for TV. Also the company Stefano Righini skillfully collaborated on this venture. Interior designer Carlo Galeazzi/Mauricio Gomez De Tuddo was employed for the internal interior styling. Italy is the country that Azimut Yachts constructed their new build motor yacht in. After the formal launch in 2004 in Viareggio she was thereafter released to the owner having completed sea trials and testing. Her main hull was constructed with composite. The motor yacht superstructure is made mostly using composite. With a width of 7.4 metres / 24.3 ft TV has reasonable internal space. A reasonably shallow draught of 2.35m (7.7ft) selects the amount of worldwide marinas she can visit, taking into account their individual depth. She had refit improvement and changes completed in 2005.

Engineering And The Crusie Speed That M/Y TV is Capable Of:

The 16V 2000 M93 engine installed in the motor yacht is produced by MTU. Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. The main engine of the ship produces 2000 horse power (or 1491 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The combined power for the boat is accordingly 4000 HP or 2982 KW.

With Superyacht TV There is The Following Accommodation Format:

Apportioning volume for a maximum of 10 visiting passengers sleeping aboard, the TV accommodates everyone in style.

A List of the Specifications of the TV:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht TV
Built By:Azimut SpA
Built in:Viareggio, Italian
Launched in:2004
Refitted in:2005
Length Overall:35.46 metres / 116.6 feet.
Naval Architecture:Stefano Righini, Stefano Righini
Interior Designers:Carlo Galeazzi/Mauricio Gomez De Tuddo
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:composite / composite
Owner of TV:Unknown
TV available for luxury yacht charters:-
Is the yacht for sale:-
Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:teak
Home port:Mexico, Mexico
Max yacht charter guests:10
The propulsion comes from two 2000 Horse Power or 1491 kW MTU. Model: 16V 2000 M93 diesel.
Overall output: 4000 HP /2982 KW.
Approximate Cruise Speed is 23 knots.
Top Speed: 25 nautical miles per hour.
Approximate range: 1300 at a speed of 23 knots.
Fuel Capacity: 18000 L.
Fresh water: 2000.00.
Gensets: 2 times 55 kilowatts.
Yacht Beam: 7.4m/24.3ft.
Draught Maximum: 2.35m/7.7ft.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

Her deck material is predominantly a teak deck.

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The luxury yacht TV displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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"Italian design is all about enduring style, all around the world. People want Italian design, Italian quality, Italian craftsmanship, Italian fabrics, Italian brands, Italian food. So…we have the opportunity to export our interpretation of luxury into the world without compromising our principles." - Paolo Vitelli The CEO of Azimut Benetti

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