Launched in 2009, the Azimut 40S is the latest addition to the Azimut S range along with the Azimut 72S. The yachts over-all length of 12.02 meters (395”). Its hull, made of glass-reinforced plastic, is 11.58 meters (3711”) long. This length includes the platform. With full load, its draft measures 1.1 meters (311”) and its displacement with full load is 12.4 tons. The yachts deck house and deck are both made of glass-reinforced plastic.
The Azimut 40S has two 480 mHP (360 kW) Cummins QSB 5.9 Diesel engines. The maximum speed reached by the yacht at half-load is 36 knots while its cruising speed also with half-load is 28 knots. The combined fuel capacity of its tanks is 1100 liters (290.5 US gallons) and its water tank capacity is 390 liters (103 US gallons).
The yacht has 2 cabins, one in the bow area and the other in the starboard part. It has two big bathrooms equipped with 90 cm showers. It also has a small kitchen equipped with a microwave, a refrigerator, a two-burner stove and a ceramic topped table with chairs.
Other equipments and features of the yacht include a 14-inch navigational screen, a push-button auto pilot control, a DSM300 Digital sounder module and a VHF radio all made by Raymarine. The boat is also equipped with a joystick for easy-maneuverability at low speeds.
Like other recent additions to the Azimut fleet the Azimut 40S is also designed by the tandem of Stefano Righini and Carlo Galeazzi. Reviews say that the luxury features of the 40S are comparable to that of any Flybridge model, like Azimut 43 even without the Flybridge.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 40S are: Louisiana, Delaware, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, New Jersey, Texas, Alabama, Missouri, California, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Carolina, New York, Illinois, Virginia and Ohio.