YEAR BUILT: 2008
LENGTH: 23,97 m (79,1 ft)
BEAM: 5,77 m (19,04 ft)
DRAFT: 2,75 m (9,08 ft)
ENGINES: 2 x 1500 HP
FUEL CAPACITY: 6.500 l
FRESH WATER: 4.000l
The Azimut range of boats is probably the most elegant range in the world of luxury yachts. The first manufacturer to develop a technique the attach windows directly to the fiberglass, Azimut makes sleek, curvy motor yachts from 30 to 80 feet that are eye catching in their lines.
It may seem exaggerated to say that the Azimut 80 is a vessel that arrived directly from the future but it is not. In fact she has striking features such as an innovative profile, the rounded aft superstructures and the slender forward ones, the side windows with their characteristic elliptical shape - now considered a trendy feature, only interrupted by a well-integrated support.
The fly bridge appears as elegant open-air salon, which is very spacious and, thanks to the size of the aft area, offers a good cover to the cockpit turning it into a more comfortable living space. The fly bridge includes two opposite settees, a sunning area, tender davits aft and a forward central smaller deck used as service access from the galley and where a cabinet with grid, sink and fridge is fitted.
As for the comfort and privacy offered to the guests and the owner, both in the living areas (salon on two levels) as well as in the cabins (four cabins with ensuite bathrooms), the photographs very well describe their sophisticated elegance.
The Azimut 80 passes with excellent grades the trials carried out in heavy seas. Thanks to its design, the hull is very swift allowing the boat to sail in any conditions offering excellent trim and performance.
|Azimut 80 - PRICE LIST|
|08.05.-19.09.||09.05.-05.06. & 05.-18.09.||06.-26.06. & 22.08.-04.09.||27.06.-21.08.|
|29.000,00 €||31.500,00 €||34.000,00 €||36.500,00 €|
In price included: Yacht accommodation, captain/crew service, tender, sport water equipment, VAT
In price not included: Fuel, mooring or anchor fees, provisioning, personal laundry and communications
APA: Advanced provisioning allowance - These extra expenses are the provisioning for guests, the fuel cost, mooring and anchor fee, etc. Usually it is about 30 % of the charter price and all items are specified in an Addendum to the charter contracts providing breakdown analysis of the cost. Final accounts will be produced by the Captain at the end of the charter and any unused funds will be refunded in full to the Charterer. If the funds are not sufficient, the Captain will advise you accordingly and bills will be settled upon disembarkation.