Azimut Creates Charter Club

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Azimut has launched its Charter Club, the Italian builder’s tailor-made charter service for its recent yachts, with a team dedicated to supporting owners and charter guests.

All charter yachts have been produced within the last five years and belong to Azimut boat owners, with the selection ranging up to 24m waterline length. Yachts in Mediterranean destinations are already available on the portal, with more models and destinations to be added.

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The Azimut Charter Club is part of the development strategy for Azimut’s service hub, which welcomes enthusiasts and newcomers to enjoy “experiences in Azimut style, in close contact with the sea and on models which redefined and elevated the concept of onboard lifestyle”.

Azimut says the Charter Club’s philosophy is to offer a personalised service with attention to the smallest details, backed by the brand’s expertise and territorial coverage ensured by its extensive network of dealers and partners. “The service represents a new standard in the chartering sector and stands out for the selected fleet and the assistance offered to the customer,” the company stated.

Through a dedicated portal, users can book stays independently or take advantage of the Azimut concierge, a complementary service that can guide a user from the reservation to the legal and administrative aspects. Once details are decided, the selected Azimut dealer will take care of check-in and check-out activities, attending to all requests at sea and at anchor.

Azimut’s dealers in Asia include Marine Italia, which represents the shipyard in Hong Kong, Macau, China’s southerly Guangdong province, Taiwan and Singapore.

www.azimutyachts.com

www.marineitalia.asia

This article was first published on yachtstyle.co.

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