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Friday, January 12th, Azimut hosted a yacht viewing party, inviting members from Casa de Campo’s community to come explore their newly constructed boat, the Verve 40. The Verve 40 is the first Azimut outboard Italian weekender of its kind.
Arriving to the yacht viewing party, guests were offered champagne and welcomed with upbeat live music performed by Carlos Marcelo. Guests danced under the stars, enjoying chilled cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres mingling and taking turns touring the Verve 40. The owners of the yacht graciously allowed the members of our community the opportunity to tour the sophisticated, first of its kind yacht.
The Verve 40 has an extremely comfortable lay out and the ability to travel up to 44 knots. Stepping onto the Verve 40, the tranquility and excellence of the yacht is felt. In the main portion of the boat, there is a dining area, a BBQ area, and a pivoting teak swim platform. The dining table can be lowered electrically, expanding the size of the sun lounging area if desired. The bow of the yacht is made up of a relaxing sun pad, giving you the ability to enjoy the sea, sun, and fresh air.
Below deck, it is as though you have entered another ship! The luxurious galley is flooded with natural light and is decorated with neutral hues. There is a kitchen space and living area that can be transformed into an extra sleeping area if needed. There is a private bedroom and bathroom below deck as well! The Verve 40 is the epitome of privacy and elegance. It is evident that each individual detail of the yacht has been carefully thought through ensuring absolute style throughout the yacht.
The Verve 40 yacht may be the first of its’ kind, but we don’t expect it to be the last! With over-the-top luxury and such close attention to detail, Verve 40 creates a unique experience at sea! Azimut Yachts blend the finest Italian craftsmanship with authentic style and top-performing technology creating extraordinary nautical gems of the sea!
The following pictures were taken by Bryan de la Cruz during the Azimut Verve 40 viewing on Friday, January 12th: