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2010 Azimut 47 Flybridge

location icon Aventura, Florida, United States
Year 2010
Length 47 ft
Price
$510,000

Clean and well maintained 2010 47' Azimut. Raymarine Electronics updated 2019.

Tender included

3 staterooms plus Crew quarters in the stern

Reliable Caterpillar C9 575 hp ACERT diesels  w/ V-Drives and optional Sea Energy Joystick control system

The salon has a lot of window area, on all four sides, to let in plenty of light. Then the galley has been set down a level, forward of the dinette and out of the way. The sofas look big enough for a soccer team—a seven-a-side one, anyway—with low backs to make them as unobtrusive as possible. The thin, stainless steel legs under the dinette and helm seats, along with their single back support, allow uninterrupted sightlines throughout. It's cleverly done and looks like the main deck of a 50-footer, or even a 52!

 

Step down the forward companionway, and you find the galley on the port side, under the windscreen. It has an opening porthole and limited stowage under the counter, beneath the sole hatch, and in an eye-level locker, although the fridge-freezer is a generous size.

Owners roomy luxurious suite is forward-especially with Azimut's distinctive bow shape—and the 47 combines a full-size double bed (6'4"x5'0") with generous stowage: two hanging lockers, a large under-berth drawer, and an additional large locker that is revealed when the mattress is lifted on gas struts.

The 47's in-harbor handling was exceptional, thanks to the optional Sea Energy joystick control system with which she was equipped, but even when I was using just the silky electronic engine controls, she was a pussycat, her big props translating the lightest touches into precise action in both forward and reverse, with no need to resort to the helm. 

 

Specifications

Year Built 2010
Category Power
Length Overall 47'5 ft
Beam 14'10 ft
Max Draft 4'1 ft
Cabins 4
Cabin Headroom 6'4 ft
Electrical System 12 V
Double Berths 1
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID XAX47S25G310
Drive Type V
Engines 2
Total Engine Power 1,150 hp
Range 381 mi
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 528 gal
Windlass Electric

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Caterpiller
Model: C9 ACERT
Drive Type: V
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 575hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2010
Engine Hours: 690
Engine Location: Port

Engine 2 Specifications

Make: Caterpiller
Model: C9 ACERT
Drive Type: V
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 575hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2010
Engine Hours: 690
Engine Location: Starboard
Steering System
Joystick Control
Deck

Teak decks

Transom Stainless door

Port and Starboard doors

Tender Davit

Cockpit engine room access

Aft cockpit crew quarters access under seat

Canvas covers

Canvas window covers

Electric anchor windless w/ 55 lb Delta anchor and 264' chain

Stainless BBQ

Pole holders on rails

Power panel in cockpit

Tender, outboard motor, cover

Mechanical

Engines Cooling systems Barnacle Buster flushed 2018 and 2019

Cat C9 engines

Oil filters, impellers, anodes services 9/5/2021 @ 652 hrs

Controls ZF Smart Command electronic

Seafire FM-200 engine room fire system

Tecma electric MSD heads

Electrical

46,000 btu Cruisair AC system , recently serviced

15.5 kw Kohler generator

Sea Energy electronic joystick control

8 hp bow thruster

1KW electric anchor windless

3/59 gpm bilge pumps

2-battery chargers

Power search light

 

 

Galley

3-burner Ceran electric cooktop

Daewoo microwave

6.7-cu-ft. Waeco fridge-freezer

Electronics

2019 updated dual Raymarine Nav electronics

Raymarine Radar

Autopilot

Tridata

VHF radio

Glomex Electronic TV antenna

Entertainment center

Cameras

Performance

2000rpm   25.5mph 31.5gph .

81mpg

381sm range 

Out at sea the 47 seemed inclined to enjoy herself. Acceleration was exceptionally lively. The torque of the Caterpillar C9s gives the 47 a real kick up the backside. She was past 25 knots (29 mph) well before the stopwatch reached 20. And the ride is quiet soft and comfortable.

The 47's in-harbor handling was exceptional, thanks to the optional Sea Energy joystick control system with which she was equipped, but even when I was using just the silky electronic engine controls, she is a pussycat, her big props translating the lightest touches into precise action in both forward and reverse, with no need to resort to the helm. 

Accommodations

There's a lot of window area, on all four sides, to let in plenty of light. Then the galley has been set down a level, forward of the dinette and out of the way. The sofas look big enough for a soccer team—a seven-a-side one, anyway—with low backs to make them as unobtrusive as possible. And finally, the thin, stainless steel legs under the dinette and helm seats, along with their single back support, allow uninterrupted sightlines throughout. It's cleverly done and looks like the main deck of a 50-footer, or even a 52.

Two significant options are available in the saloon of the 47. The first of these is a 41-inch-wide sofabed, which unfolds from the starboard side. The other option is a sideboard in place of the sofa located to port. In a saloon that normally lacks stowage in its standard layout, this could be pretty useful. 

There are more surprises to come. Step down the forward companionway, and you find the galley on the port side, under the windscreen. It has an opening porthole and limited stowage under the counter, beneath the sole hatch, and in an eye-level locker, although the fridge-freezer is a generous size.

From this central lobby by the galley, you might find yourself instinctively turning aft, as I did, to find the owner's cabin. But you'd be wrong. We've come to expect full-beam, midships owner's suites even on 40-something footers. Their popularity has had a tyrannical effect. It's not that you can't fit a good one into this size of hull, it's just that if you do, there isn't often a lot of room for anything else. It's usually the third cabin that suffers—if there is one.

Placing the owner's suite in the traditional slot up in the bow, leaving the midships area for guests. The result is a vindication of clear thinking and sensible design. There is plenty of room forward for a luxurious suite—especially with Azimut's distinctive bow shape—and the 47 combines a full-size double bed (6'4"x5'0") with generous stowage: two hanging lockers, a large under-berth drawer, and an additional large locker that is revealed when the mattress is lifted on gas struts.

 

The owner's head isn't overly large—the door opens into the shower stall—but it's more than adequate, with the same 6'5" headroom as the cabin and plenty of additional stowage.

 

When you do turn aft from the lobby, you're faced with two doors, each leading into a similarly sized twin-berth guest cabin with 6'4" of headroom at the forward end, reducing to just over 5'0" aft. The starboard one is obviously for your VIPs, with a berth that slides across to create a 6'3"x4'8" double (cleverly, the drawers in its base open both ways). It also has access to the head, which is the same size and layout as the owner's.

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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