The Azimut 58 Flybridge reflects the beauty of the nature on the islands and atolls, and spreads the light of the external panoramas throughout the lounge interiors via the vast expanses of glass and new panoramic rectangular windows of the owner’s cabin, which for the first time can now be opened. A masterpiece of luminosity and versatility, to which Azimut Yachts is the first to introduce an inspired new addition: the iBoat®, a system for adapting and applying the iPod™ to the yacht’s audio system. For the first time anywhere worldwide on a yacht, application “platforms” for the iPod™ have been created in the guest cabin of the yacht, to enable connection to the audio diffusion system. Thus the pleasure of yachting is combined with the perfect soundtrack for a seaborne voyage.
POWER BY TWIN MAN 4 6 DIESEL ENGINES OF 800 HP EACH
SIDE BOARDING GATES
DOUBLE RACOR FILTERS
RAYMARINE G SERIES
23 KW GENERATOR
SOFA BED IN SALOON
CREW CABIN WITH AIR CONDITIONING
ICE MAKER ON FLYBRIDGE
WOODEN FLOOR IN GALLEY, DINETTE AND HELM STATION
OPENABLE SCENIC WINDOW IN VIP CABIN
TEAK ON SIDE DECKS
CHAINCOUNTER ON HELM
TEAK ON FLYBRIDGE
FENDER HOLDERS IN STAINLESS STEEL
ANTENA SATELITAL KVH
EQUIPO DE SONIDO BOSE
The wellfitted galley has all the obvious appliances but again there is the extra design features such as the pan restraint on the cooker, these are common on sailing boats but rarely seen on motor yachts. There is a dining area opposite the galley, which is well laid out with plenty of space to sit comfortably.
This forward cabin has an en-suite toilet shower but as is common in many larger craft it can also be accessed from the hallway. There is an additional cabin along the starboard side with two single beds which can be pushed together to make a double. Both forward cabins have spacious wardrobes with natural cedar interiors and the bedsizes are more than ample.
The ‘master’ cabin is total luxury with its own en-suite. The shower cubicle is fit to rival most five star hotels with an extremely large wet area. This cabin is extremely well lit thanks to the panoramic windows, and is furnished to a very high standard, with cedar wood interiors and leather paneling on the headboard of the bed. Unusually the bed is set at an angle allowing free movement around the bed and giving the impression of space. There is more than enough storage with drawers and cupboards conveniently placed against the walls. Although most owners would not generally choose to sleep whilst underway, the fact that the en-suite is between the sleeping area and engine room means noise is kept to a minimum.
A staircase from the lower deck takes you up into the magnificent spacious deck saloon which is also home to the galley. On the way up the stairs there is another of Azimuts innovative ideas, a small panelconceals the washer/dryer meaning it’s totally out of the way but still has easy access.
Big windows all round seems to make the area appear even larger, the seating area is modern with loose-woven fabrics and leather inserts giving a stylish appearance. There is more than enough space to seat at least eight people in comfort. There is a large Plasma screen television and another settee layout opposite.
Climbing the staircase onto theflybridge reveals a sun-worshippers paradise. One can’t help being impressed by the spacious, cleverly planned expanse of seating, sun beds and alfresco galley. An owner can entertain at least ten guests in complete comfort while the helmsman sits in his own domain with clear all-round vision overlooking the sun-bathing area on the foredeck.