The Azimut 38 is a part of the Flybridge series of yachts and currently the smallest of the lot after the company has ceased manufacturing the Azimut 32. It is 12 meters long (394”). Its hull length is 11.8 meters (388”) long including the platform. The beam measures 3.8 meters (125”). With full load, its draft measures 1.12 meters (38”) while its displacement is 12.4 tons. The yacht also has a deep V-hull and a v-shaped keel that has a 17.9 degrees deadrise on the aft.
The yacht has two 355 mHP (265kW) Cummins QSB 5.9 Diesel engines. Its maximum speed can reach up to 32 knots while its cruising speed is 26 knots. The fuel tank has a capacity of 1100 liters (290 US gallons) and its water tank can hold 400 liters (150 US gallons). The ships design was by noted naval architect Stefano Rhigini. The yachts interiors can be credited to Carlo Galeazzi. Both made sure that all the features found in the larger Flybridge models like the Azimut 105 and 116 are all found in the Azimut 38.
Its interior is characterized by a natural oak finishing on its walls. Its saloon on the starboard side features a foldable table that can seat up 6 persons, while additional chairs stools are stowed under a sofa. An optional TV can also be installed depending on the wishes of the customer. On the portside there are cupboards that offer ample storage areas.
The Azimut 38 has 4 berths in 2 cabins. It also has an owners cabin equipped with a double bed, toilets, space for wardrobe, large windows and skylight. The starboard cabins, on the other hand, have twin berths, space for wardrobe, toilet and windows for maximum light.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 38 are: Virginia, Florida, California, Ohio, Delaware, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Minnesota, Louisiana, New York, Alabama, New Jersey, Missouri, North Carolina, Texas, Georgia, South Carolina, Illinois, Michigan and Washington.