The New Italian Face

As we are already accustomed to Azimut pleasantly surprising us, the 39E is no exception (the E stands for “Evolution”). It has everything that we could wish for in a yacht of a little more than 12 meters in length since both inside and outside, it’s comfort and practicality make us feel at ease and content a board. Its lines combine classic style with sportiness without going to either extreme. The oval windows, as well as the join with the hull and the finishing of the glass all give it a special touch; from a distance the hull and the glass seem to be one.

The bridge is an ideal place to enjoy the beauty of the day. The upper helm is located to port and is towards the bow-part of this area, just forward of the stairs that come up from the main deck. To starboard we find a 3-seater bench and behind it, aft, there is a very large sun deck for 2 people to soak up the rays in perfect comfort.







Going down to the main deck, the feature thing we see is an area with a small folding table for dining al fresco. Removing it leaves a fixed bench that occupies the space between the two stairways that take us to the swimming platform. Heading towards the interior part of the main deck, we find the lounge towards starboard with an “L”-shaped sofa and a rectangular center table. Opposite, to port, there is a sofa and to one side, towards the bow, a large table, which is in turn, the piece of furniture that contains the fridge on the lower deck. The interior bridge is to starboard at the end of the “L”-shaped sofa and has enough space for two people. Needless to say, the bridge is equipped with everything necessary for a pleasant and safe voyage with all the instruments to hand complemented by state-of-the-art technology.

The lower deck is no exception to the quality and design. There are two cabins, the main cabin being located in the bow and making use of the entire beam of the yacht with a double bed, two closets and a private bathroom. The other cabin has twin beds, a closet and uses the communal bathroom and shower of the main cabin. From the top down, from bow to stern and from port to starboard, the quality and dedication with which this firm and its employees work is notable; the design through to the finishings show excellent standards and dedication to a true commitment to exceed clients’ expectations.

This is a redesigned model of the previous version that makes full use of all technological advances in all aspects of production, equipment and navigation and control systems.           







12.14 m / 39' 10"


4.02 m / 13' 2"


1.10 m / 3' 7"

Fuel Capacity

1, 000 L / 220 gal

Freshwater Capacity

500 L / 110 gal


2 X Cummins QSB 5.92

2 X 355 HP          

Displacement (Fully Laden)

14, 600 kg / 32, 187 lb

Cruising speed (half laden)

27 knots

Maximum speed (half laden)

30 Knots


Text: Edmundo A. Eguiarte ± Photo: Azimut Yachts.