Boat specification
Manufacturer Azimut
Model Flybridge 53
Year 2022
Asking price £1,320,555 ex vat
Vessel lying Soon to be at the Hamble River Boat Yard
Loa 16.78 metres
Beam 4.95 metres
Draft 1.41 metres
Hull construction GRP
Engine quantity 2
Horse power 725
Fuel Diesel
Ref SMY1 1792

Azimut Flybridge 53

£1,320,555 ex vat

The new Azimut 53 is a last-generation flybridge yacht with sleek and clean lines by Alberto Mancini, who was able to disguise the generous interior volumes by creating the perfect combination of eye-catching design and onboard comfort. The wide and uninterrupted side glazing along the main deck extends from stem to stern, reducing to a minimum the use of fibreglass and enhancing the yacht??s slender lines.

Cruising is like changing skin: your body seeks new, more relaxed positions; your feet regain their freedom; your hands seek a new grip; even your vocabulary changes, as you revert to the path of the sun and the position of the stars as your points of reference. The eyes have no boundaries; you look at the world through the transparency of the waves, and time becomes pure, exclusively yours, making you rediscover the sweetness of living. Immersed in the most authentic Italian style and craftsmanship, assisted by top-performing technology for extraordinary nautical prowess and comfort, these
authentic jewels are a veritable haven offshore, guiding us to a new emotional
geography, where the sea meets the sky.

THIS IS AN ACTUAL STOCK BOAT, WITH A GREAT INVENTORY AND AVAILABLE TO VIEW IN SOUTHAMPTON NOW!

Contact Derek to arrange a viewing or for further information

MECHANICAL

Advanced pack
Air conditioning system 60,000 BTU
Kholer 18kw generator
Décor upgrade
Volvo interceptor system
Seafire system
Electric winches
Miele appliances (oven and cooktop)
Double Racor filters
Mesh covers for windows
Electric searchlight, additional searchlight control for lower helm
Plumbing for watermaker
Chain counter control at main helm
Spare conduits
Racor filter for Generator
Shore water plug
Galvanic isolator
Bow thruster 8kw
Teak on swimming platform
Automatic folding bimini top on fly
Teak on cockpit
Underwater lights
Bow sunbathing cushions in Batyline light grey
Upgrade external cushions to Batyline light grey
Additional cleats on transom
Covers for exterior, fly helm, pilot seat, sofa dinette
Cockpit furniture with ice maker
Flybridge furniture with BBQ and fridge
Waterproof sockets for fly & 1 in cockpit
Co pilot seat on fly
Sunbathing cushions on fly bow w/folding backrest Batyline
Stainless steel anchor
Saloon table with high low mechanism
Winecooler in saloon
Dimmer for saloon and lowerdeck
Safe in master cabin
Co pilot seat to main helm
Washerdryer
Dishwasher
Hi low for TV in saloon (TV not included)
Garmin Gold package
Garmin AIS 800
Cockpit chairs
Besana Moon 189 carpet for main and lower deck
Set of cutlery, crockery and glasses
Roman shade curtains for cabins
UK sockets & additionals
Custom interior lights package
Pole fittings for bow sunshade (no poles)
Stainless steel fridge in galley
Reading light for chaise lounge in master cabin
White washbasins in heads
TV in saloon, master and VIP cabin (master inc soundbar)
Cockpit table in teak
Flybridge table in teak with hi low operation
Aft camera for docking
Fusion Apollo in saloon, bow, cockpit and flybridge
CAT 5 Ethernet cable from each TV for Wifi router install

DEFECTS

The perfect place to create unforgettable moments. The open-air lounge area on the foredeck with a front-facing sofa and sunbeds for three, tantalizing in their exaggerated shape, thickness and size. Could you ask for more?

The flybridge is provided with a central bar cabinet, and a large The exterior helm station slightly set back, surrounded by an accordingly expanded sunbathing area. Reclining backrests transform the bow sunbeds into plush chaise lounges that look towards the stern, facilitating conversation between the owner-captain and guests.

The flybridge is provided with a central bar cabinet, and a large C-shaped sofa and high/low table that quickly transforms the space between lounge and outdoor dining. The owner may choose to shade this area with an electrohydraulic Bimini or a carbon fibre-laminated hardtop, and the windshield wraps around the whole sunbathing area, which can therefore be enjoyed even when the yacht is under way.

The cockpit has been designed to offer the best in terms of space and convenience. With only one stairway to the swim
platform, the Azimut 53 makes the most of the available space. The access stair from the beach to the cockpit is located on
the starboard, so the table extends further to the port side, welcoming six people to dine even more comfortably. An abundant L-shaped sofa seats the guests on deep cushions with extra chairs close at hand, as well as a bar cabinet which can house a sink, an icemaker and two bottle chillers.

The main deck is a unique, large and wide-ranging area, which gives a sense of airiness. The perception of space is further increased, thanks to the windows, made larger and left uninterrupted to connect with the environment while letting in plenty of natural light. The galley is located by the threshold to serve both indoor and outdoor social areas.

The integrated control system by Garmin has been customised to allow the control of engine data, alarms and tank levels. The system can be accessed from both helm stations and remotely from a tablet.

Matte bronze accents are applied throughout the interior for a refined and tasteful touch, and the theme continues through the naturally textured fabrics and into the ubiquitous light brushed oak with rich tactile finish.

The choice to install Volvo??s IPS propulsion allowed to increase the space for accommodations. As a result, the 3 cabins on the lower deck are generous and comfortable. The master stateroom amidships is wide and bright, with a predominantly full-height space to move around, as well as a vanity on the port side.

The storage spaces in the Owner??s suite are unbelievable, including a fully appointed walkin closet, in addition to a second storage column and cabinets along the starboard hull side, plus additional space, as is found under every bed onboard, for bulkier objects.

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