NEED BASED DESIGN YIELDS THRILLING RESULTS Add, tailor, conceptualise. Every Azimut Grande creation is truly one of a kind. This is because the boatowner participates in a one-off process, working directly with the boatyard to arrive at solutions that give voice to their own personal style. From laying out the spaces to picking out doorknobs and light fixtures, every detail bears the unique stamp of the boatowner’s personality

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.


Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.


Our Heritage Benetti is one of the oldest builders of luxury motoryachts in the world. Established by Lorenzo Benetti in 1873, the company began life building wooden boats used for local and international trade. After the death of Lorenzo, his two sons Gino and Emilio took over the management of the boatyard. They changed its name to Fratelli Benetti and quickly built up a reputation that extended beyond the Mediterranean. After the Second World War, with the disappearance of commercial sailing vessels built from wood, Benetti changed direction and began producing pleasure craft made from steel. Then in the early 1960s the boatyard produced its first luxury mega yachts. Since 1980 the fleet has included big motor yachts in the 30 to 60 meter range and beyond, not least the famous 86-meter ‘Nabila’. In 1985 the Boatyard was acquired by the celebrated Turin-based boat builder Azimut Spa, which brought in new management and transformed Benetti into the modern, technologically advanced reality we know today: a forward-looking and innovative boatyard, but also one that proudly retains its traditional values of experience, skill and a passion for fine craftsmanship.

Every day, since 1873 we have been celebrating Italian excellence adding thought, research and development to the ingenuity of our hands. Mission We listen to all our Clients and offer them impeccable service before, during and after the construction of yachts that are as unique as they are.

We've got the numbers too 140 years of history, close to 300 boats built, over 300,000 sq m of production facilities at six boatyards in Italy and 27 yachts under construction at the present time, including a 90-meter mega yacht. These facts and figures unambiguously demonstrate the momentum of Benetti’s growth and Clients’ unrestrained confidence in the brand. It is a success story confirmed by the ranking drawn up by the prestigious international magazine Show Boats International which, for the ninth year running, has crowned Benetti as the world’s leading builder of Custom Mega Yachts.

Seductive. Inspirational. Versatile. The tri-deck Sunseeker 131 Yacht epitomizes everything that is Sunseeker. Accommodating up to twelve guests in sublime surroundings, the sheer scale and layout of this immense yacht is awe-inspiring. Expertly finished using ultra-modern materials and techniques, the 131 Yacht is one of the finest examples of modern day motor boat building. The main deck features a lounge, separate dining area and full galley, while on the upper deck you’ll find the sky lounge, cocktail bar and access to the skydeck; where comfort and lavishness reach new levels. As impressive out in open water as it is in the harbour, this icon of design is unlike any other.

Welcome to the future of superyachts. The cutting-edge 116 is built upon the proven platform of its hugely popular predecessor, the 115 Sport Yacht, but takes sophistication to the next level with a spectacularly reimagined deck and superstructure, open-plan layout and stylish modern interior. By adding in superb performance and the Sunseeker Bespoke service - meaning every element of the 116’s design and layout, from guest cabin configuration to hot tub option, can now be individually tailored to the needs of the customer - we’ve succeeded in creating the ultimate luxury yacht for entertaining in style.


The recently launched majestic 155 Yacht is the largest and most advanced yacht we have ever produced. Accommodating up to 12 guests and 10 crew in sublime surroundings, the 155 Yacht has both style and space in abundance. Ideally suited for long distance cruising, the latest generation of hull design allows the 155 to effortlessly reach the previously unreachable. A sublime example of design and engineering, every detail, feature and interior space is nothing short of extraordinary.

As powerful as it is graceful, the 68 Sport Yacht is a classic example of Sunseeker innovation. The streamlined shape. The 45 knot top speed. The unmistakable style. They’re all Sunseeker trademarks. In fact, everything about this remarkable Sport Yacht is the result of years of dedication and an unwavering desire to produce the best. Inside, the main saloon has everything you could wish for; state of the art entertainment systems, high quality fabrics and plenty of natural light. It’s the perfect entertainment space. Below deck, the guest cabins are equally impressive while outside, lavishness is taken to a whole new level thanks to the large sunpads both for and aft. When first impressions count, this impeccable yacht always delivers.

Provocative style. Unparalleled performance. The 101 Sport Yacht takes modern boat building to the next level. Guests can indulge themselves in the tranquil and modern surroundings of this awe-inspiring Sport Yacht. Expertly finished, the open plan main saloon and helm feature state of the art equipment, furnishings and also offer full panoramic views thanks to the large windows and skylight. But why admire the view from inside? Head outside and ignite your senses. Lie back and soak up the sun on the sunpad or sit with friends and enjoy a little al fresco dining as the sun goes down. Breathtaking and versatile, never before has a Sport Yacht had so much presence.

Power. Performance. Extravagance. The 130 Sport Yacht is a force to be reckoned with. Combining raw power with sophisticated style, this two and a half deck Sport Yacht was designed for those who take pleasure from good taste. Effortlessly integrating comfort with high style, only the finest materials and technologies feature throughout. Designed to be the perfect entertaining space, the main saloon is breathtaking, while the accompanying dining area is just as impressive comfortably seating up to ten guests. But despite its size and lavish looks, this yacht still has performance at its heart. A statement of intent. A true Sunseeker.

The groundbreaking 52.30-meter LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 171 was drawn by a leading artist of our era, Tim Heywood. With his flair for elegance, he sculpted her with an alternate wide-body with full-beam sky lounge. The gifted Italian architect Laura Sessa Romboli, with the Mediterranean in her soul, rendered interiors that glow with summer-like warmth. The AMELS 171 is delivered in less time than is usual.



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