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2011 Azimut 95

V&V

$2,999,999


Cancun, Mexico
  • 4 Staterooms
  • 6 Heads
  • 2 Engines

Azimut's most pristine yacht is now available for purchase. Known for her luxurious custom build V&V is by far the most unique Azimut on the market. The owner spared no expense when it came to the fully painted superstructure down to its custom gas grill on the flybridge. Initially, she was built for the US market but with the ASEA converters, she is ready to cruise anywhere in the world.

Disclaimer

Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Denison Yachting. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

  • Last updated Jul 19th, 2024
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Specifications

Quick Specs

Builder:Azimut
Country: Mexico
Category: Motor Yachts
Model: 95
Model Year: 2011

Accommodations

Cabins: 4
Heads: 6

Hull Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 95 ' (28.96M)
Draft: 6' 1" (1.824M)
Beam: 22' 6" (6M)

Speed/Weight/Capacity

Cruising Speed: 23 Knots
Displacement 210000 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 3170 G. 11999 L.
Water Capacity: 476 G. 1801 L.
Holding Tank: 291 G. 1101 L.

Engines


Engine 1

Engine Make: Caterpillar
Engine Model: C-32 ACERT
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 1,902
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2,676

Engine 2

Engine Make: Caterpillar
Engine Model: C-32 ACERT
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 1,902
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2,678

Details

General


  • V&V has been provided the highest level classification and has been approved by RINA according to the “Rules for the Classification of Yachts”.
  • Electrical System: 110V/60Hz Triple Phase
  • US Package and Gangway
  • Wireless Yacht Controller: Remote Controls for main engines and thrusters
  • Hydraulic Bow and Stern Thruster
  • Upgraded ATOS intruders
  • SAE Converter with seamless transfer
  • Increased soundproof insulation between the Engine room and the Master cabin
  • Kahlenberg Air Horn: T-2 model with signaling controller M-511-c (stainless steel)
  • Deck Fuel Gauges
  • Compressor with plugs on aft, next to the shore power inlet, and in the Engines Room.
  • Glendenning 100 AMP with 100' cable aft
  • Fitted with Smoke and CO2 Detectors in all the cabins (crew included)
  • Additional filter (UV Ray) on fresh water tank
  • The main engine information is available on the Flybridge display
  • US Specified Life Raft (Needs recertification)
  • Monitor with alarms in the crew quarters
  • Additional water heater
  • Anti-vibration material was added on the Bow Bulkhead of the VIP Cabin and on the Aft Bulkhead of the Engine Room.
  • Stainless Steel anchors
  • Vacuum Gauges on the Racor filters
  • Freshwater spicket in Engines Room

External Layout


  • Awl grip painted Hull and Superstructure (furniture included), white
  • Additional pairs of midship cleats (four in total each side)
  • Pop-up cleats on the swim platform
  • (2) U-shaped removable handrails on the swim platform
  • No. 8 OCEAN LED underwater lights: two on the aft under the swim platform, two on each side on aft, and one on each side under the Master Cabin windows
  • Marquipt ladder with swiveled platform and brackets on each side
  • Stainless steel rub rail on the swim platform and the side cigars
  • All locker doors installed with gas pistons
  • Stainless steel strips added on the outboard side of the Bow fairleads, to protect the gel coat from friction with mooring lines.

Internal Layout


  • (3) Safes in total, Master Cabin, VIP Cabin, and Captain's Cabin
  • All mirrors have been custom beveled
  • Drawers fitted with breaking system when closed
  • Additional soundproof insulation/padding of all floors (all carpeted areas)

Transom


  • Hydraulic lifting swim platform with a max capacity of 1.100 kg. Teak floor and grating
  • Structural staircases with teak steps on both sides of the transom to access the swim platform. Stainless steel handrail on the external side of each staircase. Electro-hydraulic retractable gangway in stainless steel and teak on transom, starboard side.
  • Water shore connection, shower, fresh water outlet on transom, portside. Shore power inlets, TV, and telephone inlets placed on transom, starboard side Black water shore discharge system on starboard side.
  • Watertight door to access lower deck/crew quarters placed in the middle of the transom.

Bow and Stern Thruster


  • Hydraulic System
  • Power at the propeller: 35kW (33,5 Hp)

Cockpit


  • Custom High/Low Aft Deck table with central removable extension
  • C-shaped fiberglass settee for 6 people, with cushions
  • (3) Custom wicker chairs
  • Salon door in tempered glass and stainless steel divided into four sections.
  • Stainless steel handrail on both sides of the settee.
  • Control panel for the gangway and the swim platform, placed in the handrail on starboard side of the settee
  • Stainless steel handrails for the staircase to the flybridge
  • Two stainless steel pillars to sustain the flybridge structure
  • Two stainless steel gates to access the swim platform
  • Fresh water inlets on port and starboard side
  • Watertight halogen lights on the ceiling
  • Covers for the settee and the table Drainage holes.

Bow


  • Binimi top above bow seating area
  • Chain storage with drainage
  • Chain washer through the fire extinguisher hose
  • Sunbathing cushions area on the superstructure
  • C-shaped sofa integrated into the superstructure, with cushions and backrest
  • Watertight halogen lights recessed in the fiberglass placed in the sofa area and in the bow mooring area
  • Two teak coffee tables with stainless steel high/low base, teal filler to make one large table
  • Two electric wipers for forward windows
  • Black mesh for the front wheelhouse windscreen
  • Emergency escape hatch from the VIP cabin
  • Covers for the teak tables, sofa, and sunbathing cushions

Salon/Dining Area


  • Custom Salon layout with 50" TV (See entertainment section )
  • Custom L-shaped sofa
  • One glass coffee table with storage for two ottomans
  • Furniture between salon and dining area, for storage of dishware, glassware, and cutlery
  • Glass dining table with eight dining chairs
  • Storage cabinet on starboard side in the dining area
  • Custom bar unit with marble top and floating top in wood, equipped with sink in stainless steel, Isotherm 49 lt fridge
  • Storage cabinet on port side next to the bar
  • Sliding door to access the custom galley
  • Separate door dividing the dining area and the wheelhouse
  • Direct (halogen spotlights) and indirect (neon) lights on ceilings
  • Custom carpet flooring
  • Floor behind the bar cabinet in marble
  • Wine Chiller hidden in dining area

Galley


  • Custom Gallery arrangement to utilize counter space and storage
  • Trash disposal in the sink
  • Instant hot water by the sink
  • Side access door on the starboard side on the superstructure
  • Slide access door from the dining area
  • Two sliding panels
  • Equipment of the galley includes: electric five-burner Miele countertop with pot holder sink (Barazza ) hood for the cooking top (Miele) conventional oven (Miele) microwave oven (Miele)
  • Fridge and freezer equipped with ice maker, stainless steel finishing (Subzero)
  • Spotlights on the ceiling.
  • Flooring in wood

Wheelhouse


Wheel House console equipped with:

  • Custom Chart table with storage inside
  • Storage cabinet on portside
  • Wheel upholstered in leather
  • Main engines controls
  • Main engines and inverters gauges
  • Bow and stern thruster control
  • Navigation electronics
  • Intercom controls

15” Touchscreen to control and monitor the following systems:

  • Generators
  • 220V power system
  • 24V power system
  • Navigation
  • Lights, navigation lights, searchlight, horn, wipers
  • Indicators/alarms of fuel tank level, water tank level, grey and black water tanks. Bilges
  • Batteries
  • Fire alarm system
  • Central staircase to lower deck
  • Sofa C-shaped on portside with storage underneath and flag rack on the side
  • Cherry wood table
  • Two single pilot seats
  • Electrical panel placed on aft of the helm seats
  • Carpet flooring

Powder Room


  • TECMA Toilet
  • Sink
  • Mirror, shelves and cabinet under the sink
  • Lights on ceiling above the sink
  • Washing basin top and backsplash in marble
  • Wooden flooring with central marbles inlay
  • Venetian blinds

Master Cabin


  • Custom His & Hers Head arrangement
  • Custom coffee table with hidden fridge inside, on portside
  • Private access with separate staircase from the salon
  • Lower deck lobby with storage area and additional washer and dryer
  • King-size bed with storage underneath
  • Two nightstands with two drawers each
  • Two reading lamps
  • Indirect (neon) lights on ceiling
  • Direct lights (halogen spotlights) on the ceiling
  • Rope lights behind the panels beside the beds
  • Two wide panoramic windows, one each side
  • Opening porthole on portside and on starboard
  • Custom dresser on starboard side window
  • Walk-in closet on portside
  • Drawers columns on starboard and port sides
  • TV on aft bulkhead
  • Safe box
  • Carpet flooring

Aft Master Head


  • Tecma Toilet
  • Sink
  • Mirror, shelves, and cabinet under the sink
  • Lights (halogen spotlights) on ceilings and above the sink
  • Lamps on the sides of the mirror
  • Watertight light inside the shower
  • Custom glass tiled shower with column and central rain shower on ceiling, teak grating, teak bench, and glass door
  • Shower column, mirror trim, washing basin top, and backsplash in marble
  • Storage cabinet on hull side
  • Marble flooring with wooden perimeter
  • Opening porthole
  • Venetian blinds

Bow Master Head


  • Tecma Toilet
  • Sink
  • Mirror, shelves, and cabinet under the sink
  • Lights (halogen spotlights) on ceilings and above the sink
  • Lamps on the sides of the mirror
  • Watertight light inside the shower
  • Custom glass tiled shower with column and central rain shower on ceiling, teak grating, teak bench, and glass door
  • Shower column, mirror trim, washing basin top, and backsplash in marble
  • Storage cabinet on hull side
  • Marble flooring with wooden perimeter
  • Opening porthole
  • Venetian blinds

Portside Guest Cabin


  • Access from the lower deck corridor, through the staircase from the wheelhouse
  • All TV's are recessed in the bulkheads in all cabins
  • Two single beds with storage underneath, with mattresses, pillow,s and bedspreads
  • Nightstand in the middle with four drawers
  • One lamp
  • Indirect light (neon) on the ceiling
  • Direct light (halogen spotlights) on the ceiling
  • Rope light behind the panel of the headboard above the nightstand
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar and drawer
  • Opening porthole
  • Curtains and upholstery
  • Custom carpet flooring

Starboard Guest Cabin


  • Access from the lower deck corridor, through the staircase from the wheelhouse
  • All TV's are recessed in the bulkheads in all cabins
  • Custom double bed
  • Nightstand with storage
  • In-suite Head
  • One lamp
  • Indirect light (neon) on the ceiling
  • Direct light (halogen spotlights) on the ceiling
  • Rope light behind the panel of the headboard above the nightstand
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar and drawer
  • Opening porthole
  • Curtains and upholstery
  • Custom carpet flooring

Guest Heads


  • Tecma Toilet
  • Sink
  • Mirror, shelves, and cabinet under the sink
  • Cabinet with drawers on hull side
  • Lights (halogen spotlights) on the ceilings and above the sink
  • Watertight light inside the shower
  • Lamps on the sides of the mirror
  • Shower with column and central rain shower on ceiling, wooden grating, and glass door
  • Shower column, mirror trim, washing basin top, and backsplash in marble
  • Marble flooring with wooden perimeter
  • Opening porthole
  • Venetian blind

VIP Cabin


  • Queen bed with storage underneath, mattress, bedspreads and pillows
  • Two nightstands with drawer
  • Two lamps
  • Indirect (neon) lights on ceiling
  • Direct light (halogen spotlights) on the ceiling
  • Two fixed windows
  • Opening porthole on starboard side
  • Wardrobe with shelves on starboard side
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar and shelves on aft starboard side
  • Storage cabinet on starboard side
  • Storage cabinet with drawers and vanity on portside
  • Storage area behind the headboard panel
  • Hanging cabinets on both sides above the windows
  • Emergency hatch on ceiling
  • Curtains and upholstery
  • Carpet flooring

VIP Head


  • Tecma Toilet
  • Sink
  • Mirror, shelves, and cabinet under the sink
  • Lights (halogen spotlights) on the ceilings and above the sink
  • Watertight light inside the shower
  • Lamps on the sides of the mirror
  • Shower with column and central rain shower on ceiling, teak grating, and glass door
  • Shower column, mirror trim, washing basin top, and backsplash in marble
  • Marble flooring with wooden perimeter
  • Opening porthole
  • Venetian blind
  • Lower Deck Crew Quarters
  • Access from the hatch on transom or from the side access door on the superstructure on aft portside.

Starboard Crew Cabin


  • Two bunk beds, with mattresses, bedspreads, and cushions
  • Drawer underneath the lower bed
  • Direct light on ceiling (halogen spotlights)
  • Reading lights
  • Opening porthole Wardrobe with hanging bar
  • Curtains and upholstery
  • Vinyl flooring

Captain's Cabin


  • Large single bed with filler to make a double bed
  • Drawer underneath the lower bed
  • Direct light on ceiling (halogen spotlights)
  • Reading lights
  • Opening porthole
  • Wardrobe with hanging bar
  • Storage cabinet next to the wardrobe
  • Safe box
  • Curtains and upholstery
  • Wood flooring

Crew Head


The crew head made by two separate areas arranged as follows:

  • Aft head:Shower wooden grating cabinet with sink top and backlash in marble mirror direct light (halogen spotlight) on ceiling watertight light in the shower vinyl floor
  • Port head:WC Tecma cabinet with sink mirror direct light (halogen spotlight) on ceiling vinyl floor

Crew Mess


  • Two sofas for four people in total. Storage underneath the sofas.
  • Wooden table with stainless steel base
  • Washer and dryer
  • Cabinet with granite top, equipped with sink, cooking top and fridge
  • Hanging cabinet with hood and shelves
  • Direct light on ceiling (halogen spotlights)
  • Wood floor

Fire Alarm and Fuel Systems


FIRE ALARM AND SAFETY SYSTEM

  • Portable extinguishers in all the areas of the yacht
  • FM200 fire extinguisher system for the main engines: Manual control station, placed on aft portside of superstructure
  • Cabinet placed under the staircase to the crew quarters with the following items: one 108 Kg bottle FM200 and one CO2 pilot bottle for:FM200 activation
  • Shut off of the ventilation and extraction ducts in engine room
  • Shut off of the fuel valve at the day tanks
  • Connection to the electrical system for the switching off of the air intakes and extractor of the engine room and the electrical pump for fuel transfer
  • N.2 nozzles placed on the engine room ceiling
  • Two fire extinguisher hoses placed as follows: one on aft, under the staircase to the upper deck, and one on bow, next to the anchor winch.
  • Fire extinguisher system: smoke detectors are placed in the following areas:Engine room area (2), Dinette crew area, Corridor lower deck, Master cabin, Galley, Saloon/dining area, Wheelhouse
  • Technical area under the wheelhouse

FUEL SYSTEM

  • One day tank placed on the bow bulkhead in engine room and one structural tank positioned midship.
  • Total capacity: 12,000 lt.(3,170 gals.)
  • Each tank is provided with breather pipe and electric sensor for level monitoring.
  • Fuel levels and their alarms are visible in wheelhouse and on the main electrical panel
  • Fuel filling operation is carried out by filling both tanks
  • Reversible 220 V AC electro-pump, automatic and manual, with a capacity of 65 l/min (37 gals/h), to transfer fuel
  • Duplex RACOR filters on engines type 75/1000 MA
  • Single RACOR filter on generators type 500 MA
  • AISI 304 or rubber flameproof piping

Flybridge


  • Custom Flybridge arrangement
  • Crane on Flybridge, placed on aft bow direction, with upgraded capacity
  • Hard top with retractable opening
  • Second radar arch
  • Pair of spotlights recessed in the fiberglass on aft Flybridge
  • (4) Swiveling stools at custom-shaped bar
  • Teak floor on Flybridge
  • Custom Barbecue in central position with storage underneath for gas tank and BBQ Kit) and storage lockers on both sides.
  • Barbecue with Stainless steel cover with internal light over the grill and both countertops on the sides. Barbecue cover to be, when closed, in line with the side countertops.
  • Glendenning hose for fresh water installed in the storage lockers in the barbecue cabinet.
  • Electric curtain to cover the aft area, from roll bar to crane
  • Additional hardtop controls on the Flybridge console
  • (2) US Specified life rafts

Entertainment Systems


  • CREW MESS-Samsung 22" LCD TV , TV bracket yard supply Direct TV H21 HDTV, Receiver
  • CAPTAIN'S CABIN-Sound Stream Car Stereo DVD/CD MP3 Player
  • CREW CABIN-Pioneer Car Stereo CD AM/FM/Tuner w/iPod control, 5-1/4" 2-Way Kevlar Speaker PAIR, Alfatronix 110/220VAC to 12VDC 6A Transformer
  • GUEST CABINS- (2)2 Samsung 22" LCD TV TV bracket yard supply
  • VIP CABIN-Samsung 22" LCD TV TV bracket yard supply
  • OWNER'S STATEROOM-Panasonic 42" Full HD Plasma Display, Panasonic Dual Composite Video Terminal board for Plasma Displays, Panasonic Dual HDMI Card for Plasma Displays
  • MAIN SALON-Panasonic 50" Full HD Plasma Display, Panasonic Dual Composite Video Terminal board for Plasma Displays
  • FLY BRIDGE-Fusion Apollo Marine Stereo Unit
  • BOW SUNPAD-Sound slaved from flybridge, JL Audio Speakers

Navigation Systems


  • Radar Chartplotter 3D system - Garmin in Wheelhouse
  • EPIRB- Sailor SGE406-II Satellite EPIRB w/GPS & auto. release bracket
  • Simrad AP50 Autopilot- Includes Display w/15m Robnet cable, Rudder Feedback w/10m cable, Compass w/15m cable, J50 Junction Box- located at the wheelhouse
  • Simrad AP50 Control Unit Display w/15m Robnet cable- in flybridge
  • Simrad IS20 Rudder Display- at wheelhouse and flybridge
  • Simrad TI51 Thruster Interface - part#: 22089189
  • Simrad AT 10 Universal Simnet / Nmea Converter
  • Simrad Installation Cable Kit
  • VHF: (2) Icom M604 US VHF Marine Transceiver - Black Includes: Hand microphone & Mounting bracket Kit- located at wheelhouse and flybridge, 2 Comrod 6dB 8' VHF Antenna, 2 Procom 1" Deck-mounting flange Antenna Mount, Alfatronix 24VDC to 12VDC PowerVerter 6A, TY NAV-COM Cable & Hardware Package

Electrical System


  • Gel Batteries
  • 2 x 100A inlets + TV and phone inlets in the storage locker on Bow
  • All courtesy lights are LED
  • The whole system has been carried out according to the I.E.C. an C.E.I. rules.
  • The voltages on board are the following: 220 V a.c. triphase, 60 Hz, for power circuits 220 V a.c. single phase
  • 60 Hz, for: lights in the engine room, neon lights, electrical outlets
  • 24 V c.c. with grounded negative for: engine starter, emergency circuits, spotlights, headboards, and courtesy lights, little users, navigation lights, electronics
  • 12 V c.c. with grounded negative for: generators starter
  • Electrical wiring is housed in metal or self-extinguishing closed PVC conduits
  • Electrical wiring is constructed with no flammable materials and with proper cross section related to the use.
  • Additional empty conduits (40 mm of diameter) in the following areas: One conduit from the roll bar (starboard side) to the technical area under the wheelhouse console, One conduit from roll bar (portside) to the technical area under the wheelhouse console, One conduit from the technical area under the wheelhouse console to the bilge, One conduit from the technical area under the wheelhouse console to the ceiling of the engines room
  • One conduit from the ceiling of the engines room to the crew quarters ceiling,
  • Principal electrical control panels are installed in: engine room, wheelhouse
  • Secondary electrical panels are installed in all areas of the yacht
  • All equipment has ground junctions with adequate cords and braiding of copper with proper cross-section.
  • The ground system is the following: ground system for machinery, seawater intakes, etc., ground system for electrical circuits, which joins all control panel grounds and electrical equipment grounds
  • The ground system is made up of two copper straps all along the length of the yacht, connected to: aft zincs, independent porous plates
  • Dimmered lights for all internal ceiling lights (galley and heads excluded)

Generators


  • Two 40Kw generators, 220V, 60Hz, triple-phase in engine room, installed on silent blocks
  • Sound shield box, control panel, and 12V c.c starter
  • Remote starter

Batteries


  • Group of 24V gel batteries 770Ah, for service/ emergency.
  • Group of 24V gel batteries 200Ah (C5h), for R/T system.
  • Two Groups of 24V leaded batteries of 2 x 220 Ah for engine starter.
  • Two groups of 12 V leaded batteries of 2 x 140 Ah for generator starter.
  • Two 75 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery chargers for service/emergency batteries.
  • One 50 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery charger for R/T.
  • One 60 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery charger for engine starter batteries.
  • One 35 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery charger for generator batteries.
  • In case of emergency, the battery charger for the R/T batteries can charge the service/ emergency batteries
  • During the navigation main engines’ alternators will charge their own batteries
  • During the navigation gen sets’ alternators will charge their own batteries
  • Lighting system and outlets
  • Lighting system has the following tensions:
  • 220V AC for the engine room lights, made by IP 66 lamps and neon lights
  • 24C cc for the emergency lights in the engine room and for the lighting of all the other areas
  • Lighting of cabins is done through halogen spotlights and neon lights. Each cabin is provided with the following:
  • Direct light (halogen spotlights) and indirect lights on ceiling + rope lights behind the panels above the nightstands. All controls are close to entrance door and at the nightstand; reading lights with controls at the nightstand; lights on ceiling in the head with control close to the door; lights on mirror in the head with control close to the mirror; 220V outlets in the cabin; 220V outlets in the head.
  • Lighting of the internal main deck is defined as follows:
  • Direct light (halogen spotlights) and indirect neon lights on ceiling with controls in various places;
  • Table lamps with controls at the lamp
  • 220V outlets.
  • Lighting system of external areas is done with watertight halogen spotlights
  • Dimmered lights for all internal ceiling lights (galley and heads excluded)

Grey Water Tanks


  • One gray water tank, with a maximum capacity of 1100 lt (291 gals), with anti-smell filter.
  • Electrical pump 220V with 45 lt./min. max. flow rate.
  • The pump works manually. In case of emergency the tank can be discharged by means of black water electrical pump. Two secondary collecting tanks to discharge into the main tank the gray waters collected in the crew and midship secondary tanks.
  • Copper piping in engine room and PVC piping in the other areas of the yacht.

Black Water System


  • One gray water tank, with a maximum capacity of 1100 lt (291 gals), with anti-smell filter.
  • Electrical pump 220V with 45 lt./min. max. flow rate.
  • The pump works manually. In case of emergency the tank can be discharged by means of black water electrical pump.
  • The black water tank can also discharge ashore
  • Copper piping in engine room and PVC piping in the other areas of the yacht.
  • Black water 24V spare pump (not installed) is supplied.

Bilge System


  • Centralized system with suction in each compartment connected to the main collector positioned in engine room. Suctions are placed as follows:
  • One fixed suction in the engine room
  • Second additional suction in engine room
  • One in the crew quarters bilges
  • Two in the master cabin bilges
  • One in the guest's cabins bilges
  • 24 V electrical pump, maximum capacity 200 lt/min (52 gals/min)
  • Five 24 V automatic electrical bilge pumps in engine room and in cabin area.
  • Emergency suction in engine room connected to one of the main engines seawater intakes.
  • AISI 316 or copper piping.

Fresh Water System


  • System can be fed both by structural tank with a capacity of 1.800 lt (476 gals) and shore connection
  • Plug for the shore connection on aft
  • Two 220V and 24 V electrical pumps positioned in engine room, pump water from structural tank to all users: washbasins, sinks, showers, electrical appliances, aft platform shower, and washing deck hose
  • Water heater with 100 lt (26 gals) maximum capacity
  • Two 230V pumps for the hot water recirculation
  • WC system is Tecma type, working with fresh water
  • Water maker predisposition
  • One 24V freshwater spare pump (not installed) is supplied
  • One 220V freshwater spare pump (not installed) is supplied
  • AISI 316 piping in engine room and Unipipe piping in the other areas of the yacht

Seawater System


  • Six main water intakes with stainless steel valves and filters: two for general utilities, one for each main engine, and one for each generator
  • Antifire, air conditioning, generators cooling, and water maker (when installed) are connected to the two seawater intakes for general utilities
  • Part of main engine cooling water is used to cool the gearbox, the shaft seals, the bow thrusters oil, and the raisers for gas discharge
  • CuNi piping
  • Sea water fire system with electric pump, 230V, 200 lt./min., (52 gals/min.) max. flow rate, placed in engine room

Air Conditioning, Venting, Extractor System


Cruisair tropical air conditioning 186.000 b.t.u. water recirculation

Fan coils spread in all the following areas (heads excluded) with separate control:

  • Salon: 3 x 18,000 BTU + 1 x 12,000 BTU
  • Galley: 1 x 12,000 BTU
  • Wheelhouse: 2 x 18,000 BTU
  • Master cabin: 2 x 12,000 BTU
  • Master head: duct from the cabin
  • Starboard guest cabin: 1 x 9,000 BTU
  • Starboard guest head: duct from the cabin
  • Port guest cabin: 1 x 9,000 BTU
  • Port guest head: duct from the cabin
  • VIP cabin: 2 x 9,000 BTU
  • VIP head: duct from the cabin
  • Crew cabin: 1 x 4,000 BTU
  • Aft crew head: duct from the cabin
  • Captain cabin: 1 x 4,000 BTU
  • Port crew head: duct from the cabin

Engine room venting system through two electric fans (220V) and two electric extractors (220 V) in order to guarantee good air circulation

Centralized air extraction system for heads (master, VIP, and guest heads) through one extractor placed in the technical area under the wheelhouse

Air extractor for the crew heads

Air extractor for the technical area under the wheelhouse

Service battery extractor placed next to the battery boxes

Air extractor in the technical area on aft

Main Engine Exhaust System


  • Main engine exhaust ducts are made in AISI 304 and are insulated with proper composite material
  • Generators exhausts on the side cigars

Electro-Hydraulic System


  • Two PTO for the bow and stern thruster pumps
  • One electro-hydraulic unit in the aft technical area for gangway and swim platform
  • One electro-hydraulic unit in the aft technical area for rudders, working at 24V

Lower Deck Master Lobby


  • Washer and dryer in stack units

Additional Information


  • Azimut logo on each side of superstructure
  • External surface in 8 mm thick teak.
  • Two fuel fillers, one on each side of the superstructure.
  • Stainless steel handrail on bulwark.
  • Hawseholes in the bulwark.
  • Mooring hooks storage in a recess of the superstructure, one on each side
  • Side boarding gates
  • Rub rail in rubber and stainless steel on hull sides.
  • Watertight halogen lights on the ceiling and courtesy lights.
  • Mirrored windows in high-thickness tempered glass and glued to the superstructure without metal frames.
  • Three watertight doors access to galley on the starboard side of the superstructure and to the wheelhouse and crew quarters on the portside of the superstructure

Disclaimer


The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.


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