Azimut 100 Leonardo

New yacht on order 2018 Italy 7
Pricein Europe: 6 500 000 VAT not paid | Without options
Length overall
30.75m
Engine
2 x 2216 л.с. (1630 кВт) MTU V16 2000 M92
Beam overall
7.15m
Material
VTR/GRP
Engine hours
0m/h
Azimut 100 Leonardo it`s a loft on the water. Large open spaces, immense sunbathing areas, glamorous interiors where the furnishing leaves plenty of space for windows. Everything is designed to promote socialising, having fun, and living every moment to the fullest. The 55 square metres of the Flybridge include: a Jacuzzi, two sun-pads, a chaise lounge area, and a dinette with dining area. Mini bar on the fly equipped with sink, extra storage, 80-litre refrigerator/freezer, and ice maker. The bow sun-pad is a private and relaxing oasis with an inviting living area complete with sofa and double coffee table and sun-pad with ample storage space. Large swimming platform opens onto a garage for tenders up to 4.2 metres, with the option to accommodate two 3.2m jet skis. Comfort also at the pilot station: centrally located with UV-protected skylight. The large, professionally equipped kitchen is located in the crew area reached via dedicated access. It is equipped with 4 electric hobs, oven, dishwasher, microwave, 429-litre refrigerator, and 238-litre freezer. The dedicated main deck bar is available for drinks at any time of day and equipped with a sink, 75-litre refrigerator/freezer, and ice maker. Master cabin first impression leaves you speechless: pure comfort, light-filled, stylish. Then the details seal the deal: the vanity area, the bathroom with double sink, and the large massage shower. Sophisticated elegance throughout the VIP and guest cabins as well. Guests are welcome: the two twin bed cabins are carefully detailed for a completely relaxing stay.
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Details of the hull

The structural project of the hull has been carry out according to R.I.N.A. rules, and R.I.N.A. approved the project.
VINYLESTER RESIN is used for the first coats of the hand laid-up lamination below the water line. This kind of resin is extremely effective in preventing osmosis thanks to its chemical and physical characteristics. Worldwide acknowledged quality isophtalic resin is used for all the stages of the hand laid-up lamination process.
High quality PVC with outstanding mechanical peculiarities is used for main deck and superstructure lamination with sandwich core Bow engine room-, aft master cabin- , aft VIP cabin-, and bow bulkheads are in fiberglass with sandwich core. All other internal bulkheads are built with advanced composite materials. All the lower deck floor is made in honeycomb panels in aluminum and grp. All floor panels are mounted on an aluminum elastic frame which is structurally glued to the hull. The peculiar shape of the aft swim platform and transom has been designed to integrate into the hull the garages where it is possible to store two jet skies and one tender. (Tender, jet skies and remote control launching systems for jet skis are optional).

Engine systems
Main engines 
  • MTU 16V 2000 M92 2200 HP.
  • Diesel engine sixteen V cylinders.
  • Max. power: 1,630 kW at 2,450 rpm.
  • Single piston displacement: 2.23 lt.
  • Stroke 156 mm,
  • Bore: 135 mm.
  • Consumption at max power: 208 g/kWh (+5% tolerance, ISO 3046 conditions; L.H.V. Fuel = 42800 kJ/kg)
  • Hour meter on engines.
  • Smart Line electronic package.
Gearbox configuration
  • V-drive with universal joint.
Reversing-reductioning groups
  • ZF 3060 V, reduction rate 1:2.750.
Shafts
  •  BCS model, Marinox 17 steel, 105 mm of diameter, supported by brass stands and stern tubes. Tides shaft seals.
Propellers 
  • Blades: 4
  • Diameter: 1060mm
  • Material: NiBrAl alloy
Steering
Rudders 
  • AISI 316 steel with 0.41 sqm surface to ensure easy maneuvers.
  • Rudderholes in brass, pole of the rudders in Marinox 17.
  • Bars and yoke in carbon steel
Fixed intruders 
  • Two pieces, composite material, central position.
  • Total width: 1,455 mm each piece
Dynamic intruders 
  • Two pieces by Humphree in composite material, Basic configuration, placed on the sides of the stern.
  • Total width: 1,250 mm each piece.
  • Total movement: 50 mm
Bow thruster
  • Hydraulic system
  • Power at the propeller: 26 kW (35 Hp)
Mooring
  • Two 90 Kg Posidonia anchors in steel.
  • 110m steel chains (13mm of diameter).
  • Two built-in stainless steel bow protections.
  • Two Lofrans Ercole anchor winches in the bow area, inside a proper storage.
  • Main data:
  • - Electric engine power: 4000W – 220V/50Hz/triphase
  • - Speed: 10-14m/min
  • Two Lofrans Capstan mooring winches in the aft cockpit.
  • Main data:
  • - Electric engine power: 2200W – 220V/50Hz/triphase
  • - Speed: 16-19 m/min
  • Six cleats in total (one on aft, one on bow and one at midship each side)
  • Two pop-up cleats on the swim platform
External layout
Fly bridge
  • The wide fly bridge is accessible through the starboard internal staircase from the dining area.
  • Windscreen in plexi with stainless steel trim.
  • Pilot console includes:
  • - steering wheel
  • - main engines controls,
  • - main engines and gear box gauges,
  • - instruments for navigation,
  • - bow thruster controls,
  • - Humphree dynamic intruders controls,
  • - electric search light control,
  • - fire extinguisher pump, anchors winches, horn and rudder pump controls,
  • - intercom
  • Helm seat for two people.
  • C shaped sunbathing cushions on bow, placed on portside next to the flybridge console.
  • C shaped sofa in fiberglass on portside, with cushions and storage.
  • One coffee table in teak
  • Fixed table in teak with two stainless steel basements for 10 people on portside.
  • Four teak folding chairs.
  • Bar furniture in fiberglass equipped with sink, storage locker, 80lt. fridge and 23Kg/24h ice-maker on starboard, close to staircase.
  • Whirlpool tub.
  • Sunbathing area on starboard side of the whirlpool tub.
  • Cabinet in fiberglass with storage lockers and equipped with barbecue in stainless steel, with cover in teak, placed on aft portside.
  • Fiberglass arch with navigation lights, antennas, MARCO PW3 horn, Jabsco 146SL search light and two “100 LEONARDO” logos (one each side).
  • Non skid flooring surface.
  • Watertight lights on the ceiling of the arch.
  • Stainless steel handrails around sunbathing area on aft.
  • Covers for sofas, table, helm seat, sunbathing areas, tub, bar cabinet, bbq cabinet and console.
  • Water drains.
Transom
  • Teak on the swim platform (12mm thick)
  • Garage for tender in the center transom, with technical areas and storage on both sides of the garage. Max dimensions for the tender: 4.20 x 1.90 x 0.95 mt (L x W x H). Launching and recovering system with electrohydraulic winch and stainless steel roller. Tender is optional.
  • Electro-hydraulic door for the tender garage. The garage door is watertight.
  • Two garages for jet skis on the two sides (one each side). Max dimensions for each jet-ski: 3.20 x 1.15 x 1.15 mt (L x W x H). (both launching and recovering systems and jet skis are optional).
  • Electro-hydraulic doors for the jet-ski garages. The two doors are not watertight.
  • Staircase with teak steps on port and starboard sides from aft cockpit to the swim platform and stainless steel handrails along the inboard side of the staircases.
  • Electro-hydraulic retractable gangway in stainless steel and teak on starboard side.
  • Shower and fresh water intake in a storage on the staircase to the aft cockpit, starboard side.
  • Shower in a storage on the staircase to aft cockpit, portside.
  • Shore power intakes and TV and phone inlets on a separate storage on transom, starboard side.
  • Stainless steel name and port of registry on transom.
  • Manual swim ladder in stainless steel and teak.
  • Black water discharge inside the tender garage.
Aft Cockpit
  • External surface in 12 mm thick teak.
  • Aft cockpit sofa in fiberglass with cushions.
  • Teak table in front of the sofa.
  • Stainless steel handrails on both sides of the sofa.
  • Control panel integrated in the stainless steel handrail, with controls for the gangway, tender garage door, jetski garages doors, garage winches, lights.
  • Fire fighting and deck-washing hose in a storage on the starboard side of the sofa.
  • Fire extinguisher controls and controls for CO2 fire extinguisher system in engines room in a storage on the port side of the sofa.
  • Emergency rudder control in a storage on the front port side of the sofa.
  • Stainless steel gates from cockpit to swim platform.
  • Mooring equipment placed on a raised area with teak surface on the aft corners of the cockpit.
  • Water filler on aft starboard side.
  • Fuel fillers on aft port and starboard sides.
  • Curved sliding door for salon in tempered glass and stainless steel frame, with manual opening. In open position, the door disappears into the fiberglass.
  • Covers for the sofa and the table.
  • Watertight lights on the ceiling.
  • Drainage holes.
Sides
  • External surface in 12 mm thick teak.
  • One “AZIMUT” logo placed on each side of aft superstructure.
  • Stainless steel hand rail on bulwark.
  • Two side boarding gates astern, one on each side.
  • Recess for two mooring hooks on the superstructure, one each side.
  • LED courtesy led lights on the sides of the superstructure along the side decks.
  • Mirrored windows in high thickness tempered glass and glued to the superstructure without metal frames.
  • Watertight doors to access the wheelhouse on port and starboard sides of the superstructure.
  • Air intake grids (Munters type) for engine room air ventilation.
  • Rub rail in rubber and stainless steel on hull sides.
  • Drainage holes.
Bow
  • External surface in 12 mm thick teak.
  • Chain storage with draining and chain washing by means of the fire extinguisher pump.
  • Two side storage lockers for fenders on the superstructure.
  • Wide sunbathing area with C-shaped sofa, two teak coffee tables with stainless steel, teak floor, teak cabinet with two teak cabinets and sunbathing cushions on bow.
  • Three electric wipers for forward windows.
  • Fire extinguisher hose and fresh water outlet in the forward winches storage.
  • Hatch from the VIP cabin.
  • Covers for sofa, coffee tables, teak cabinets and sunbathing cushions.
  • Black mesh covers for the front and side windows of the wheelhouse.
Internal layout
  • Layout as per General arrangement here attached at Annex A
Main Deck
Saloon
  • Floor in teak in round dining area and in salon (12mm thick).
  • Fixed dining table on aft with 8 chairs.
  • Cabinets to store dishware, glassware and cutlery on sides of dining area.
  • Dishware, glassware and cutlery for 10 people.
  • Fly bridge staircase on starboard side in stainless steel and teak.
  • Hi-fi cabinet on portside and TV furniture on bow.
  • Two three-seat sofas upholstered in fabrics on sides of the salon.
  • Two stools.
  • Two ottomans.
  • Bar furniture on bow area of the salon, equipped with sink, 75lt fridge and
  • 23kg/24h ice-maker.
  • Direct light (halogen spotlights) on the ceiling
  • Courtesy lights
  • Two table lamps
  • Curtains and upholstery
Wheelhouse
  • Access from salon through two doors in tinted glass and stainless steel frame
  • Pilot station in painted aluminum and leather includes:
  • - Steering wheel in leather
  • - main engine controls with synchronizers,
  • - main engines and gear box gauges,
  • - instruments for navigation,
  • - bow thruster controls,
  • - Humphree dynamic intruders controls,
  • - intercom for manouvering,
  • - touch screen for monitoring and controlling main systems, including:
  • - 220V electrical system,
  • - generators overload,
  • - generators controls,
  • - shore power controls and indicators
  • - 24V electrical system,
  • - battery tension gauge,
  • - engines room fans and air extractors controls,
  • - navigation lights,
  • - windscreen wipers, anchor winches,
  • - horn,
  • - controls for fuel pump, gray and black water pumps, fire extinguisher pump and rudder pump
  • - tanks levels,
  • - tanks alarms,
  • - high bilge water level alarm,
  • Teak floor (12mm thick).
  • Staircase to lower deck accommodation placed on starboard side of the console, with teak steps.
  • Staircase to crew cabin and galley places on portside of the console, with vinyl steps.
  • Sofa on portside of the console with chart top and reading light.
  • Helm seat for three, with adjustable central seat. Stainless steel foot rest bar in front of the helm seat.
  • Electrical panel on starboardside
  • Access to the technical area under the wheelhouse.
  • Ceiling in glass
  • Blind curtain on the ceiling
Lower Deck / Cabins
  • Lower deck areas are (from aft to bow):
Engine room
  • Crew quarters and galley
  • Master cabin
  • Lower deck corridor
  • Two guest cabins
  • VIP cabin

Crew quarters and galley can be reached from a separate staircase placed in wheelhouse .
The lower deck cabins can be reached from a separate staircase placed in wheelhouse 

Master cabin (amidships)
  • Double bed with foam mattress, pillows and bedspread.
  • Drawers underneath the bed.
  • Two nightstands with drawers.
  • Direct lights on ceiling.
  • Courtesy lights
  • Lamps on the nightstands
  • One wide window on each side divided into three vertical sections, including an opening porthole on each side .
  • Porthole on starboard side.
  • One armchair and one chaise-longue with table on starboard side.
  • Cabinets with drawers on portside and starboard side.
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar and lights on starboard side.
  • Book shelves on portside
  • Safe box.
  • Curtains, upholstery and carpet.
Master head
  • Tecma WC.
  • Bidet.
  • Top in marble.
  • Two washbasins.
  • Drawers underneath the sinks.
  • Shower in lacquered wood with central rain shower, light, glass door, teak grating, and teak bench.
  • Shower column in teak.
  • Halogen lights on the ceiling
  • Lamps on the sides of the mirror
  • Courtesy lights
  • Full height cabinet with shelves and mirror on bow bulkhead.
  • Floor in marble.
  • One round opening porthole.
  • Venetian blind.
Guest cabins
  • Twin berths with foam mattresses, pillows and bedspreads.
  • Drawers underneath berths.
  • Nightstand with drawer.
  • Opening porthole.
  • One lamp between the beds.
  • Halogen lights on the ceiling
  • Courtesy lights
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar and lights.
  • Carpet floor
  • Curtains and upholstery.
Guest heads
  • Starboard guest head can be used as powder room, with additional direct access from lower deck lobby.
  • Tecma WC.
  • Top in marble.
  • Washbasin.
  • Cabinets and mirror.
  • Drawer underneath the sink.
  • Shower in lacquered wood with central rain shower, light, glass door and teak grating.
  • Shower column in teak.
  • Halogen lights on the ceiling
  • Lamps on the sides of the mirror
  • Courtesy lights
  • Floor in marble.
  • Opening porthole.
  • Venetian blind.
VIP cabin (forward)
  • Double bed with foam mattress, pillows and bedspread.
  • Drawers underneath the bed.
  • Two nightstands with drawers.
  • Lamps beside the bed.
  • Direct lights (halogen spotlights) on ceiling.
  • Courtesy lights
  • Wide window on each side.
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar and lights.
  • Drawers on port side.
  • Vanity with stool on starboardside.
  • Drawers on aft bulkhead.
  • Escape hatch on the ceiling.
  • Carpet floor
  • Curtains and upholstery.
Vip head
  • Tecma WC.
  • Washbasin.
  • Top in marble with sink.
  • Drawer underneath the sink.
  • Shower in lacquered wood with central rain shower, light, glass door and teak grating.
  • Shower column in teak.
  • Halogen lights on the ceiling
  • Lamps on the sides of the mirror
  • Courtesy lights
  • Floor in marble.
  • Opening porthole.
  • Venetian blind.
Lower Deck / Galley and Crew Area
  • Access from the staircase located on portside of the wheelhouse.
  • Staircase leads to the galley, crew quarters and control room.
  • Control room: main electrical panel and access to the engine room.
Galley
  • Top in granite.
  • Backsplash behind the cooking top in stainless steel
  • Sink.
  • Equipment of the galley includes:
  • - Gaggenau (or similar) electric four burner countertop
  • - Famos (or similar) hood
  • - Gaggenau (or similar) conventional oven
  • - Gaggenau (or similar) dishwasher
  • - Gaggenau (or similar) microwave oven
  • - Miele (or similar) washer and dryer in stack units
  • - built-in refrigerator and built-in freezer (capacity: 492lt for the fridge and 238lt for the freezer)
  • - pot-holder
  • Direct light (halogen spotlights)
  • Courtesy lights
  • Two opening portholes.
  • Crew mess with fording table and four stools.
  • Vinyl floor
Captain cabin / starboardside
  • Queen size bed with foam mattress, pillow and bedspread.
  • Nightstand.
  • Reading light.
  • Direct lights on ceiling (halogen spotlights)
  • Courtesy lights
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar.
  • Safe box.
  • Opening porthole.
  • Vinyl floor
  • Curtains and fabrics.
Captain head
  • Tecma WC.
  • Washbasin, cabinet and mirror.
  • Shower with teak floor.
  • Direct lights on ceiling (halogen spotlights)
  • Courtesy lights
  • Lights on the sides of the mirror
  • Light in the shower
  • One opening porthole
  • Vinyl floor
  • Venetian blind
Crew cabin / portside
  • Two pullman berths with foam mattress, pillow and bedspread.
  • Nightstand.
  • Reading lights.
  • Direct lights on ceiling (halogen spotlights)
  • Courtesy lights
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar
  • Opening porthole.
  • Vinyl floor
  • Curtains and fabrics.
Crew head
  • Tecma WC.
  • Washbasin, cabinet and mirror.
  • Shower with teak floor.
  • Direct lights on ceiling (halogen spotlights)
  • Courtesy lights
  • Lights on the sides of the mirror
  • Light in the shower
  • One opening porthole
  • Vinyl floor
  • Venetian blind
Electrical system
Main Characteristics
  • The whole system has been carried out according to I.E.C. and C.E.I. rules currently in force.
  • The voltages on board are the following:
  • - 220 V a.c triphase, 50 Hz, for power circuits,
  • - 220 V a.c. monophase, 50 Hz, for: lights in engines room and technical areas, electrical sockets throughout the boat.
  • - 24 V d.c. with grounded negative for: courtesy lights, external lights, led lights, emergency lighting, little users, navigation lights, navigation electronics.
  • - 12 V d.c. for: generator starter
  • Electrical wiring is housed in metal or self-extinguishing closed PVC conduits.
  • Electrical wiring is realized with antiflame materials and with proper section related to the use.
  • Additional empty conduits (40 mm of diameter) in the following areas:
  • - One conduit from the roll bar (starboard side) to the technical area under the wheelhouse console
  • - One conduit from roll bar (portside) to the technical area under the wheelhouse console
  • - One conduit from the technical area under the wheelhouse console to the bilge
  • - One conduit from the technical area under the wheelhouse console to the ceiling of the engines room
  • - One conduit from the ceiling of the engines room to the ceiling of the tender garage.
  • Main electric control panels are located in: control room, wheelhouse
  • Secondary and local electrical panels are placed in each area
  • All equipments have ground junctions with adequate cords and braiding of cooper with proper section.
  • The ground system is integrated to the cathodic protection system and it is made by rigs of copper bands lied all along the hull, all joined together by transversal bands and connected to four zincs on the transom. The ground system is the following:
  • ground system for machinery, sea water intakes, etc..;
  • ground system for electrical circuits, which joins all control panel
  • grounds and electrical equipment grounds, is connected to a porous plate linked to the copper bands system;
  • ground system for navigation electronics, is connected to a porous plate through a copper band. The porous plate is linked to thecopper bands system;
Power Sources
Generators
  • Two 40 kW generators, 220 V, 50 Hz, located in engine room, mounted on silent blocks, with hour meter.
  • Sound shield box, control panel and 12V d.c. starter.
  • Remote starter.
Shore power
  • One 125 A, 380 V shore power socket located on transom, connected to the electrical system through a 380V/220V 50kVA transformer.
  • Alternating current power sources run to the main electrical panel in the technical area next to the access to the engine room provided with voltmeter and frequency meter for 220V power grid. Power sources are protected by calibrated fuses and their connection with the line is accomplished by remote control switches. There is a two bar system that spreads current to all users. Each user is singularly protected by magneto/thermal switches placed on the main electrical panel or in the local electrical panel.
Batteries
  • Group of 24V no-maintenance batteries of 720 Ah., for signaling, little users and emergency. Batteries are positioned in the technical area under the wheelhouse.
  • Two groups of 24 V no-maintenance batteries 240Ah each, for main engines starter.
  • Group of 24 V no-maintenance batteries of 120 Ah for MTU Smart Line electronic units.
  • Group of 24 V no-maintenance batteries of 200 Ah for radio devices.
  • Batteries are positioned on the flybridge
  • Two groups of 12V V no-maintenance batteries of 120 Ah each, for generators starter.
  • Two 100A automatic Mastervolt battery chargers for service/emergency batteries.
  • One 25A automatic Mastervolt battery charger for main engines starter batteries.
  • One 50A automatic Mastervolt battery charger for MTU Smart Line electronic units.
  • One 25A automatic Mastervolt battery charger for generator starting batteries.
  • Main engines alternators are charging the main engines starter batteries.
  • Genset alternators are charging the generator starter batteries.
Lighting system and outlets
  • Lighting system works with the following voltages:
  • - 230V a.c. for engine room lighting by means of IP65 lamps;
  • - 24V d.c. for emergency lighting in engines room, halogen spotlights, led strips and courtesy lights.
  • Lighting of cabins is done through halogen spot lights. Each cabin is provided with the following:
  • - lights on ceiling with switches close to entrance door and nightstand;
  • - reading lights with switches on the nightstand;
  • - lights on ceiling in the heads with switch close to the door;
  • - lights on mirror in the heads with switch close to the mirror;
  • - led courtesy lights
  • - 220V outlets in the cabins;
  • - 220V outlets in the heads.
  • Lighting of the internal main deck is defined as follows:
  • - Direct lights (halogen spotlights) on the ceiling with switches close to the exits;
  • - Led strips
  • - Led courtesy lights
  • - 220V outlets.
  • Lighting of the external main deck and fly bridge is done through watertight halogen spotlights and led courtesy lights.
  • Dimmer controls installed on ceiling lights of salon, wheelhouse and cabins (heads, galley and crew quarters excluded).
Controls and Alarms
  • Main electrical panel:
  • - 220V electrical system:
  • - three digital multimeters to control the 220V electrical system sources (shore power and generators);
  • - Lighting buttons to connect/disconnect shore inlets;
  • - Control for generator starter/on/off;
  • - Lights for generator overload;
  • - Bars switch;
  • - 24V electrical system:
  • Voltmeter for service/emergency batteries;
  • - Voltmeter for main engines starter batteries;
  • - Voltmeter for main engines Blue Line electronics batteries;
  • - Voltmeter for main generators starter batteries;
  • - Ammeters panel for service battery charge and discharge.
  • - Controls for the pumps of fire extinguisher system, bilge, black water and gray water.
  • - Controls for the fuel pump.
  • - Digital gauges for:
  • - Structural fuel tank;
  • - Daily fuel tanks;
  • - Fresh water tank;
  • - Black water tank;
  • - Gray water tanks.
  • - Bilge water high level alarm.
  • - Fire alarm.
  • Touchscreen in wheelhouse
Electronics
  • Due to continuous updating on the electronics field, the electronic package below may change at any time.
Hull
  • * N.1 Raymarine bronze speed trasducer.
  • * N.1 Raymarine bronze depth trasducer.
Wheelhouse console
  • * N.1 Multifunction 12” display Raymarine E 125.
  • * N.1 multifunction display I70.
  • * N.1 autopilot P70R.
  • * N.1 I70 analogue rudder display.
  • * N.1 VHF Raytheon RAY 240E DSC Class D.
  • * N.1 Riviera BP2 compass
Flybridge console
* N.1 multifunction 12” display Raymarine E 125.
* N.1 multifunction display I70.
* N.1 autopilot P70R.
* N.1 I70 analogue rudder display.
* N.1 VHF Raytheon ray 240e repeater.
* N.1 Zenith BZ1/3-143 compass
Roll bar
  • * N.1 Pathfinder open array antenna hd digital48” 4kw.
  • * N.1 Raymarine VHF antennaVHF.
  • * N.1 Raystar GPS antenna RS 130.
Communication systems
  • Wiring for phone system with sockets in the following areas (PABX central unit and telephones are not included): Wheelhouse, Salon, Galley, Master cabin, VIP cabin, Guest cabins, Captain’s cabin, Crew cabin.
  • Manouvering Intercom system with five stations:
  • - Control unit in wheelhouse;
  • - Control unit on the flybridge;
  • - Loudspeaker in the manouvering area on bow;
  • - Loudspeaker in aft cockpit.
  • - Loudspeaker and earphones in tecnical area in the aft;
Entertainment system
  • (Due to the continous updating on the TVs and hi-fi field, the following entertainment system package may change at any time).
Master cabin: 
  • 32” LED TV Samsung UE32ES6800
  • Blue Ray DVD player Sony BDPS490
  • Bose Lifestyle T10 – black -
VIP cabin: 
  • 26” LED TV Samsung UE26EH4000
  • DVD player Denon RBD-X1000
  • Two Sony XSGF1327 loudspeakers
Guest cabins: 
  • 19” LCD TV Samsung UE19ES4000
  • DVD player Denon RBD-X1000
  • Two loudspeakers Sony XSGF1327
Galley:
  • Sony CD player DSX-300
  • Two loudspeakers Sony XSGF1327
Salon: 
  • 40” LED TV Samsung UE40ES8000
  • Blue Ray DVD player Sony BDPS490
  • Bose Lifestyle V25
Aft cockpit: 
  • Two Fusion MS-FR602 loudspeakers linked to salon stereo system, through an independent BOSE SA-2 amplifier with a BOSE RC35S remote control
Bow area: 
  • Two Fusion MS-FR602 loudspeakers linked to salon stereo system, through an independent BOSE SA-2 amplifier with a BOSE RC35S remote control
Flybridge: 
  • Two Fusion MS-FR602 loudspeakers linked to salon stereo system, through an independent BOSE SA-2 amplifier with a BOSE RC35S remote control
Fire alarm and safety system
  • Sixteen portable extinguishers in all the areas of the yacht, distributed as follows:
  • - no. 5 5kg CO2 extinguishers;
  • - no. 2 6kg powder extinguishers:
  • - no. 8 2kg powder extinguishers.
  • - no. 1 9 liter foam extinguisher;
  • FM200 fire extinguisher system for the main engines:
  • - Manual control station for the shut off of the ventilation and extraction ducts in engines room, switch off of engines, generator, extractors and ventilation fans, shut off of the fuel valve
  • - Manual control station, placed on aft portside of superstructure.
  • - Cabinet placed in the crew quarters with the following items:
  • - one bottle FM200
  • - electrical circuits for:
  • - Shut off of the ventilation and extraction ducts in engines room
  • - Shut off of the fuel valve at the day tanks
  • - N.2 nozzles placed on the engines room ceiling
  • - Alarms placed in the engines room
  • Fire extinguisher system: smoke detectors are placed in the following areas:
  • - Saloon/dining area
  • - Galley
  • - Technical area under the wheelhouse
  • - Master cabin
  • - Corridor lower deck
  • - Engine room
  • Two fire extinguisher hoses
Fuel system
  • Two daily tanks placed in engine room and one structural tanks positioned amidships. Total capacity: 10,750 lt. (2,838 gals).
  • Each tank is provided with AISI 304 breather pipe and electric sensor for level monitoring.
  • Fuel level is visible on touch screen in wheelhouse and main electrical panel.
  • Visible fuel level placed on the daily tank on portside.
  • Fuel filling operation is carried out on the superstructure. It is possible to fill the structural tank or the day tanks. A reversible 24 V electric pump, with a maximum capacity of 60lt/min (16 gals/min), transfers fuel from the structural tank to engine room tanks and viceversa.
  • Pump controls on electrical panel of engine room and in wheelhouse.
  • Emergency manual pump with a maximum capacity of 24lt/min (6 gals/min).
  • Double Racor water separator filters for the pipe that connects engine room tank and main engines. Single Racor water separator filters for generators.
  • AISI 304 piping.
Black and grey water tanks
Gray water system
  • Two gray water tanks, one amidship and one on bow, with a total capacity of 1300 lt. (343 gals)
  • Gray water tanks to collect showers, sinks, washbasins, appliances and fancoils discharge.
  • Two electric pumps placed close to the tanks with 45 lt./min. (12 gals./min.) max. flow rate. The pumps controls are on the main electrical panel and on the touchscreen in wheelhouse. In case of emergency the tank can be discharge by mean of the black water pump.
  • Tanks level to be displayed on the main electrical panel and on the touchscreen in wheelhouse
  • AISI 316 piping in the engines room and PVC piping in the other areas of the yacht
Black water system
  • W.C. discharge are piped, under pressure, into the black water tank (total capacity: 1,100 lt. – 290 gals). Black water tank can discharge either outboard or ashore by means of an automatic/manual electric pump (220 V with 45lt/min (12 gal/min) max flow rate).
  • The pumps controls are on the main electrical panel and on the touchscreen in wheelhouse. In case of emergency the tank can be discharge by mean of the gray water pump.
  • The tank can be also discharge through the black water discharge socket place on aft
  • Black water spare pump (not installed) is supplied.
  • AISI 316 piping in the engines room and PVC piping in the other areas of the yacht
Bilge system
  • Centralized system with suction in each compartment connected to the main collector positioned in engine room.
  • 24 V electric pump, maximum capacity 160 lt./min. (42 gals/min) placed in the engines room.
  • Separate movable hose suction linked to main collector.
  • Emergency suction in engine room connected to one of the main engines sea water intakes.
  • No.5 24 V automatic electrical bilge pumps in engine room, lower deck and aft peak.
  • High water level alarm for each compartment with gauges in wheelhouse.
Fresh water system
  • System can be fed both by structural tank placed astern with a capacity of 1,750 lt. (462 gals) and shore connection.
  • Socket for the shore connection on aft.
  • One 24 V electrical pump and one 220V electrical pump placed in the technical area under the guest cabins (each one with 80 lt./min. (21 gals./min.) max. flow rate), pump water from structural tank to all users: washbasins, sinks, showers, electrical appliances, aft platform shower and main deck hose.
  • Two boilers, with a capacity of 100 lt. (26 gals) each, for all areas.
  • Two pumps for the hot water recirculation
  • Watermaker predisposition.
  • Tecma WC system.
  • Active carbon filters
  • Tank level to be displayed on the main electrical panel and on the touchscreen in wheelhouse
  • 24V backup fresh water pump (not installed)
  • 220V backup fresh water pump (not installed)
  • AISI 316 piping in the engines room and “Unipipe” multicoated piping in the other areas of the yacht
Sea water system
  • Seven main water intakes with stainless steel valve and filter: two for main engines, two for generators, one for the main fire extinguisher system pump, two for the A/C system and one for general utilities.
  • Part of cooling main engines water is used to cool gear box and raisers for gas discharges.
  • Sea water fire system with electric pump, 220V, 175 lt./min. (46 gals/min) max. flow rate, placed in engine room and connected to two main deck hoses (bow and stern). The pump control is positioned on wheelhouse console, electrical panel in engine room and close to anchor winch.
  • Chain washing with sea water supplied by the same pump of fire fighting system.
  • Piping in Cu-Ni 90/10, cunipress or copper
Air conditioning, venting and extraction system
  • VECO tropical air conditioning 187.000 B.T.U. – water circulation
  • Fancoils spread in all the following areas (heads excluded) with separate control:
  • - Wheelhouse: 2 x 17,000 BTU
  • - Salon: 4 x 17,000 BTU + 1 x 7,000 BTU
  • - Master cabin: 2 x 13,000 BTU
  • - Starboard guest cabin: 1 x 9,000 BTU
  • - Port guest cabin: 1 x 9,000 BTU
  • - VIP cabin: 1 x 13,000 BTU
  • - Galley: 1 x 15,000 BTU
  • - Crew cabin: 1 x 3,000 BTU
  • - Captain cabin: 1 x 3,000 BTU
  • Two cooling central units are placed in the engines room
  • Two cooling pumps are placed in the engines room
  • Two circulation pumps are placed in the engines room
  • Centralized air extraction system for heads through 220 V a.c. electric extractors.
  • One extractor fan for the galley
  • Engine room venting system through two electric fans (220V) and two electric extractors (220 V) in order to guarantee good air circulation.
  • One extractor for the service/emergency batteries
  • One extractor in each jet-ski garage
Main engines exausts system
  • Main engines exaust ducts are made in FE360 with raisers in AISI 316L.
  • Exausts in fiberglass throught the side cigars
  • Generators exausts on the side cigars
Electro-hydraulic system
  • One electro-hydraulic unit in the engine room for rudders.
  • One electro-hydraulic unit in the engine room (working either at 220V and 24V) for gangway, transom-door, jet ski garage doors and winch for the launching and recovering system of the tender.
  • Two bow thruster pumps connected to the PTO of the main engines.
  • Bow thruster oil tank and colling system are placed in the engines room
Insulation
  • Ceiling, sides and bulkheads of engine room are completely insulated with absorbent, soundproofing and heat insulated materials.
  • Heat insulation of the superstructure and on the hull.
  • All main engines eaxust ducts are insulated
Safety equipment (not supplied in US market)
  • Two auto-inflatable life raft for eight people.
  • Two ringing life belts with emergency light.
  • Twelve life jackets.
  • Portable extinguishers
Miscellaneous
  • Two mooring hooks.
  • Two 25m (82’) mooring lines (diam: 32mm).
  • Two chains (diam: 10mm).
  • One 60m (196’10”) towing line (diam: 32mm).
  • Eight F6 fenders.
  • One box of emergency rockets
  • Two floating lines.
  • Two stainless steel redance (diam: 32mm).
  • English labelling in engine room.
  • Owner’s manual
Decor
Main deck
Salon and dining area
  • Furniture of salon, dining area and wheelhouse are in mahogany-tinted zebrawood.
  • Main deck ceilings are in fabrics with inserts in mahogany-tinted zebrawood.
  • Bulkheads in mahogany-tinted zebrawood and with upholstered details.
  • Teak flooring.
  • Sofa cushions in fabrics.
  • Bar cabinet in mahogany-tinted zebrawood with sink in marble.
  • Roman shades in fabrics.
Wheelhouse
  • Teak flooring.
  • Wheelhouse console in leather with varnished aluminum panels.
  • Chart table in mahogany-tinted zebrawood.
  • Helm seat in leather.
  • Wheelhouse sofa in leather.
Lower deck
Cabins
  • Bulkheads and furniture are in mahogany-tinted zebrawood.
  • Furniture in mahogany-tinted zebrawood
  • Bulkheads behind headboards of all cabins are in mahogany-tinted zebrawood with fabrics or mirror inserts.
  • Ceilings are in fabrics, with mahogany-tinted zebrawood inserts.
  • Bed trims and nightstands in mahogany-tinted zebrawood with solid corners in oak.
  • Carpet flooring.
  • Separate blackout rolls.
  • Roman shades in fabrics.
Heads
  • Tops and floors of heads are in marble.
  • Bulkheads and furniture are in mahogany-tinted zebrawood.
  • Ceilings in lacquered wood.
  • Shower with glass sliding door and bulkheads in lacquered wood.
  • Venetian blinds.
Galley
  • Bulkheads of galley are in lacquered wood.
  • Counter top is in granite.
  • Furniture is in lacquered wood.
  • Ceiling is in lacquered wood.
  • Vinyl flooring.
  • Folding table in lacquered wood.
  • Four stools in leather.
  • Staircase to galley and crew area
  • Bulkheads in mahogany-tinted zebrawood.
  • Stainless steel handrail.
  • Steps in vinyl.
Crew cabins
  • Bulkheads in lacquered wood.
  • Ceilings in fabrics.
  • Vinyl floors.
  • Venetian blinds.
Crew heads
  • Vinyl floor.
  • Bulkheads in lacquered wood.
  • Ceilings in lacquered wood.
  • Furniture in lacquered wood.

Layouts

Flybridge Of The Azimut Leonardo 100

Flybridge Of The Azimut Leonardo 100 Flybridge Of The Azimut Leonardo 100

Main deck of the Azimut Leonardo 100

Main deck of the Azimut Leonardo 100 Main deck of the Azimut Leonardo 100

Lower deck Azimut Leonardo 100

Lower deck Azimut Leonardo 100 Lower deck Azimut Leonardo 100

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