The Azimut 120SL is the very first model to be unveiled after the announcement of a new Azimut boat division, the Azimut Grande. It is also the largest of the whole fleet. In terms of style it has certain similarities with the smaller Azimut Leonardo 98 but has its own unique features that include a sun roof on the flying bridge. The yacht is semi-custom built and prospective owners can meet up with the in-house design team known as the Personal Design Equipe to decide what designs they want to follow in the creation of its interiors.
The Azimut 120SLs basic specifications include an over-all length of 35.5 meters roughly equivalent to 116 feet 5 inches and beam measuring 7.9 meters (2511”) wide. It has 3 MTU 16V 2000 2400mHP Nr Diesel engines, 2 of which are Rolls-Royce Kamewa water jets and the remaining engine a Rolls-Royce Kamewa buster. Its fuel tanks can hold up to 18000 liters or 4774 US gallons of fuel while its water tank can hold up to 3000 liters or 795 US gallons of water. The ships maximum speed can reach up to 35 knots at half load while its cruising speed is 31 knots also at half-load. The Azimut 120Sls displacement is 150 tons with half-load.
It has 4 cabins plus another one for the crew, 4 head compartments plus 1 for the crew. The yacht owner has their own cabin located in the center part of the yacht.
Construction of the Azimut 120SL was being completed in Viareggio, Italy, where another large yacht was built, the Azimut 116. According to company officials all the rest of the Azimut Grande fleet will be constructed in Viareggio because its main operations center in Torino is not capable of accommodating the larger yachts.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 120SL are: Washington, Illinois, Delaware, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Louisiana, California, Missouri, Florida, New Jersey, Alabama, Virginia, Ohio, Texas, New York, Michigan and Minnesota.