Azimut Benetti displaying six yachts at China exhibition

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Azimut Benetti is at China Rendez-Vous 2014 in Hainan with six yachts ranging from 10 to 25 meters as a display of the group’s increasing presence in China.

Boats on display include the Azimut Atlantis 34, the Azimut Magellano 50 and models from the Flybridge collection, such as the Azimut 48, Azimut 60, and Azimut 64 (the latter also available in the Dragon China version), as well as the Azimut 82.

The luxury lifestyle exhibition starts today and continues through Sunday at the Hainan Visun Royal Yacht Club.

Because of new partnership agreements the group's presence in the regions of Dalian, Shandong, Shanghai, Fujian and Shenzhen has expanded to include Huanan and Hebei.

The Azimut 60 making way.

The Azimut 60 making way.

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