The Azimut 110 was launched in 1991 and belongs to the Azimut Flybridge series along with Azimut 100, Azimut 105 and Azimut 116. It measures an over-all length of 33.5 meters or 109 feet 11 inches. Its beam is 7 meters wide at its main portion. It waterline length is 32 meters. Its draft measures 2.10 meters. Its water displacement is 167 kilograms. The yachts monohull material is of glass-reinforced plastic and it was designed and built by Terence Disdale and Stefano Natucci in cooperation with Azimut.
The Azimut 110 has two MTU 12V 396TB93 Diesel engines for a total of 4000 HP; these engines are capable of taking the yacht up to a maximum speed of 25 knots. Its cruising speed on the other hand is 18 knots.
The yacht is a combination of both technology and comfort. It has a wide deck found on the aft furnished with a teak dining table that can seat up to eight persons. The Flybridge has a sundeck equipped with an electronically controlled sunshade. It opens out to another outdoor dining area where a BBQ and a refrigerator can be found.
The yacht has a total four cabins, eight berths, four showers and four bathrooms. The master cabin can be found on deck next to the dining area and saloon, while below it is the VIP room which has its own bathroom. Two other cabins can be found past the VIP room and it has an added Pullman it each bed. All the rooms are equipped with state-of-the art entertainment fixtures like flat-screen TVs and audio systems.
The lounge quarter is wide with two sofas that can comfortably seat up to 12 people. It also has a bar with accompanying seats. The lounge has a 1 meter flat-screen TV.
The deck is also equipped with a wide range of water sports paraphernalia.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 110 are: Florida, New Jersey, Alabama, Wisconsin, Missouri, Louisiana, California, New York, Illinois, Georgia, Washington, Delaware, South Carolina, Minnesota, Virginia, North Carolina, Texas, Ohio, Michigan and Tennessee.