Azimut 103SL is the lead ship of the Azimut S range of yachts. It has an over-all length of 30.91 meters or 101 feet 5 inches including its pulpit. Its hull length including the platform is 7.10 meters or 23 feet 3 inches. The beam measures 4.12 meters or 13 feet 6 inches at the main section. Its draft measures 1.34 meters (4 feet 5 inches) fully loaded. Its water displacement with full load is 105 tons. It has a V-shaped keel with a deadrise angle of 18.8 degrees at the rear of the boat.
The Azimut 103SL has two 2434 MPH (1790 kW) MTU V16 2000 M93 Kamewa Rolls Royce water jet Diesel engines. The yacht is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 34 knots slower than the Azimut 100 which is capable of reaching up to 51 knots. Its cruising speed is 30 knots at half load. It has a fuel capacity of 12,350 L equivalent to 3,262 US gallons and water capacity of 2,500 L which is equivalent to 661 US gallons.
The yachts hull as well as part of it above the main deck is made from glass-reinforced plastic more commonly known as fiberglass. Most of the Azimut fleet like the Azimut 105 is constructed from the same material.
The yachts external style was conceptualized by renowned designer Stefano Righini while its interiors were designed by Carlo Galeazzi. The Azimut 103SL has 4 cabins and another 1 for the crew. It has 8 berths plus 1 for the crew and 4 head compartments plus 1 for the crew.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 103SL are: Florida, Virginia, Minnesota, California, Delaware, Missouri, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Washington, Texas, Tennessee, Louisiana, New Jersey, Illinois, South Carolina and Alabama.