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The 62 Azimut has three outstanding features: the large seating capacity in the salon and dinette, a large master stateroom, both with outstanding natural light.
Equipped with bow thruster, twin MTU 2000 series engines with 1500 Hours, ZF 320 transmissions, and 21kw Kohler Generator with approximately 2500 hours.
Her striking rounded lines illustrate her perfect harmony and practical function. Unrivaled attention to detail and extremely well designed living solutions provide the utmost in yachting tradition, safety and relaxation.
Starting the walk-through, we will begin in the cockpit. There we find built-in seating with crews quarters underneath, boarding gate on the port and starboard sides, teak table, stairs leading to the flybridge and a double glass sliding door, allowing us access to the salon. The salon has a large U-shaped sofa on the port side. Starboard we have a sofa against the side bulkhead with the TV and entertainment center forward of it.
Going up two steps we enter the dinette area, to starboard, we have a large crescent dinette with a table that converts from a dining table to two cocktail tables. To port is a U-shaped galley with double sinks and an upright refrigerator.
Midship forward, we have the lower helm with a comfortable helm-chair, full instrumentation and chart table to starboard.
Going down the starboard companionway to the lower deck, we first encounter the guest/day-head to port. On the starboard side, we have the washer-dryer and entrance to the Guest Stateroom, with two side-by-side bunks.
Going forward, we enter the VIP stateroom, which is as large as some masters. It has an island berth with overhead hatch and two portholes. The VIP head is attached to the stateroom with a private entrance.
Walking back aft, down the companionway we come to the master stateroom. It is a very large stateroom, with six large oval portholes that admit outstanding natural light into the cabin. The island berth is against the port hull side just below three of the oval portholes; to starboard is a dressing table with drawer storage and a large walk-in closet.
Walking back out to the cockpit we go up the stairs to the flybridge. The flybridge has a large seating group with Sun pad, a wet bar and Grill to port, the large center table has locker storage underneath for life jackets. The upper helm is located forward, with full instrumentation on the port side.
The attractive U-shaped galley has double sinks, microwave, four burner stove, upright refrigerator hidden behind a wood door, Teak and Holly floor, multiple storage cabinets and a slotted silverware drawer. Natural light is admitted into the galley through a large window in back of the stove.
The dinette is Crescent-shaped, with a large seating capacity. The table is very unusual and has the capability of being a full dining table – or it can be converted to two cocktail tables. The nice feature about this is that it can become an entertaining area, and a good place to hang out when underway. It is right behind the lower helm and you are able to talk to the driver when underway.
The entrance to the salon is through two large stainless steel sliding glass doors. To port is a large U-shaped leather seating group with a table. To starboard, is a leather sofa with TV and Bose home theater systems and satellite TV system. The floors are carpeted, there are two large windows on the port and starboard side and a clear view through the dinette area all the way to the lower helm windshield. Overhead and indirect lighting is also included in the salon, dinette and galley. The salon has a very open feeling to it with outstanding seating capability for entertaining.
The Guest State room has two side-by-side berths. One has been temporarily converted with child restraints, for the owner’s youngest child. The floor is carpeted, there is one porthole, a hanging locker and flat screen TV-Satellite receiver.
The guest head has an attractive dark blue countertop with a white sink, wood floor, overhead lighting, circular shower, storage cabinet and toilet.
The VIP stateroom has an attached head, large island berth, two opening portholes, overhead opening hatch, phone, Sony AM/FM/CD player, carpeted floor, reading lights, overhead lighting, curtains, flat screen TV-Satellite receiver with DVD player and a large closet with well-organized shelving and hanging capabilities. Visually, this stateroom is very pretty and very well appointed - it rivals many Master staterooms on similar vessels.
The VIP head has a dark blue countertop with white sink, wood floor, port light with curtain, overhead lighting, round stall shower and Vacuflush toilet. The wood trim and dark countertop give this head a European flair that is very attractive.
The full-beam Master stateroom in this 62 is outstanding! It is very roomy and has a lot of natural light entering through six large oval-shaped portholes. To starboard is a large makeup area with drawer banks of different sizes, and a large hanging locker with organized shelves for storage. The Master Island bed headboard is beneath three of the oval portholes, giving it a beautiful look. Other features in the master include: carpeted floors, multiple lockers for storage, drawers, overhead lighting, reading lights, indirect lighting, tasteful woodwork, flat screen TV-Satellite receiver, Sony AM/FM/CD, and private entrance to head.
The master head has a solid surface white countertop with white sink, wood floors, wood storage cabinet, large shower with teak wood floor grate, seat and shelves, Vacuflush head and overhead lighting with exhaust fan. This head is very well done and makes a statement that it is part of the master stateroom.
The engine room is well laid-out with air conditioner compressors, Sea Water Strainer, Double Racor filters for each engine, engine control boxes, twin MTU 2000 series engines (1500 Hours) with ZF 320 transmissions, Kohler Generator (2520 hours), side power thruster control box, lighting, engine room blowers and spare propellers.
Includes: Teak decking, teak cockpit table, built-in bench seating, storage lockers, stairs to flybridge, port and starboard snubbing winches, overhead lighting, swim platform, and port and starboard boarding gates.
The flybridge has many amenities: stairs from the lower cockpit, wet bar with a sink, grill, refrigerator, storage, large seating area with sun pad, center table with life jacket storage cabinet, upper helm, and radar arch with bimini top.