The Azimut 105 belongs to the large Azimut Flybridge series which includes the Azimut 100 and Azimut 116. In March of 2010 Azimut Yachts announced the opening of a new series known as Azimut Grande. This series will include all Azimut Yachts measuring over 100 feet, which will make Azimut 105 part of it.
The Azimut 105 is a semi custom-made model that has an over-all length of 31.40 meters (103 feet) including the pulpit. Its beam measures 6.98 meters (22 feet 11 inches) at the main part of the yacht. Its draft measures 1.97 meters or 6 feet 5 inches with full load. At full load, its water displacement is about 122 tons.
The Azimut 105 has two 2216 MHP (1630kW) MTU V16 2000 H92 Diesel engines capable of taking the yacht to a maximum speed of 28-29 knots at half load. Its cruising speed can reach up to 25-26 knots at half load. The yachts engine fuel capacity is 16,400 L equivalent to 4,333 US gallons while its water capacity is 2,500 L (660 US gallons).
The hull material of the Azimut 105 is glass-reinforced plastic and it has a V-shaped keel with a deadrise angle of 9.9 degrees aft. Like other yachts from the Azimut fleet, the exterior of the boat was designed by Stefano Righini while the interiors were designed by Carlo Galeazzi.
The yacht has 4 or 5 cabins plus another one for the crew, while its berths number from 8-10 plus another for the crew. It has 5 or 6 head compartments plus another one for the crew.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 105 are: New York, California, Illinois, Tennessee, Michigan, Texas, Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio, Georgia, Wisconsin, Washington, Alabama, Missouri, Minnesota, Louisiana, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina.