The Azimut 116 is another member of the Azimut Flybridge fleet; it is also part of the Azimut Grande range of yachts measuring over a hundred feet long. This new range will now include the Azimut 105, 103SL and 120SL. The Azimut 116 is semi-custom made and has two versions, the US and the European.
The yachts hull is made of glass-reinforced plastic. It has an over-all length of 35.46 meters or 116 feet 6 inches. The beam measured from the main section is 7.40 meters (243”) wide. Its draft when fully loaded is 2.04 meters or 6 feet 8 inches. It has a V-shaped keel that has a 9.4 degrees angle of deadrise. The yachts water displacement while fully loaded is 143 tons.
The Azimut 116 has two 2434 mHP (1790kW) MTU V16 2000 M93 diesel engines for a combined power of 4000 HP. The engines has yachts fuel tanks has capacity of 18,000 liters or around 4,700 US gallons while its water tanks capacity is 2,785 liters or 736 US gallons. The yacht can reach a maximum speed of up to 28 knots while its cruising speed is up to 25 knots.
The yachts exteriors were designed by Stefano Righini while its interior designs were overseen by Carlo Galeazzi.
It has 4 or 5 cabins depending on the version of the boat and each can accommodate 5 persons plus 1 for the crew. It has 8 or 10 berths plus another for the crew. Its head compartments total 5 or 6 head compartments and another one for the crew.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 116 are: Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio, Michigan, Texas, New York, Minnesota, Alabama, Louisiana, South Carolina, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Illinois, Virginia, Missouri, Delaware, Florida, Washington, North Carolina and California.