Azimut Yachts launches redesigned Grande website

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Azimut Yachts gave Azimut Grande’s website a makeover ahead of the launch of the new 95RPH and the third 120SL.

The new Italian-and-English site was conceived by the Azimut Yachts marketing office and built by the Enhancers web agency, author of the Azimut Yachts app.

Using minimal text, the site showcases exciting images to spark the visitor's imagination, Azimut said. Though content‐rich, the site is easy to navigate and easy to use; the option menu pops up with a single click.

Azimut said the website is responsive and is an example of adaptive design. It recognizes the device being used and adapts its layout accordingly.

Azimut Grande is Azimut Yachts’ flagship collection and has five models, ranging from the coming 95RPH to the 120SL.

Grande is the only one of Azimut's five collections to have its own site, which the Italian boatyard said is further indication of the attention it pays to Grande Collection owners.

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