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2014 Azimut 64 Fly

location icon Miami, Florida, United States
Year 2014
Length 64 ft
Price
$1,695,000

This 64' Azimut is in exceptional condition. Super clean. Low engine hrs.

Caterpillar C18 diesels with under 1200 hrs

Included Seakeeper Gyro Stabilizer

Jotstick engine/ thruster controller

Bow and Stern Thrusters

Hydraulic swim platform 

Well designed and finished open salon design.

The 64 is a three-cabin boat with an amidships master suite, forward VIP, and a twin-berth guest cabin on the starboard side with its own access to the day head.

The Master Stateroom is a superb cabin with its own breakfast dinette, walk-in wardrobe, and a spacious head and shower.There is excellent stowage under the double mattresses, which lift up and are supported by gas struts. Headroom over most of the downstairs area is 6'4" but slightly less in the twin cabin.The twin berths in the guest cabin are a generous 30" across.

A big, open, bar-style galley sets a sociable tone on the main deck. Its extendable amidships dining table’s forward seat can be electrically adjusted to serve either the table or the helm, saving a significant amount of space. In a typically thoughtful detail, the long bar top on the galley only covers half the width of the cooking range. When folded down it is plenty wide enough to do its job, and it remains unobtrusive when hinged up during cooking.

 

Five discrete air-conditioning zones in the interior give guests maximum control over their own comfort, and the windows at both helm and galley open electrically for cool fresh air. Down in the saloon seating area there is the optional sofabed on the port side, and you can also have a two-seat sofa to starboard in place of the sideboard.

In customary Azimut style, the fit and finish throughout are well up to the yard’s high standards.

The one crew berth in the stern because of the the Seakeeper gyro stabilizer system—are reached through the transom door.

Hydraulic swim platform  for easy launching of a tender.

A Large and well-designed flying bridge, with its flexible layout of Sunpads, seating, and single helm seat on the port side.

Just the one engine option is available—twin 1,150-mhp Caterpillar C18s—and the engineers have matched the hull geometry, weight distribution, and horsepower with notable success. Not only is the yacht remarkably well balanced underway, and pretty damn quick, but the marriage of the Cats’ considerable torque to a pair of perfectly pitched propellers produce a boat with quite extraordinary acceleration and poise, right through the rev range.

Empirical evidence alone ought to have been enough to confirm this boat was something special. Not only is she quick out of the hole, but just pushing the throttles forward from 2000 rpm toward WOT was enough to make anyone standing up take an involuntary step backwards. That just doesn’t happen on boats of this size.

The 64 offers a rewarding helm experience, with instant throttle response at all speeds and crisp handling. And such muscular reserves of torque give the hull an assured willingness at sea that will not only pay off when hauling up the back of a big swell but in flat, long-distance cruise conditions too, when the 64 will stay on plane with minimal trim as low as 1300 rpm. That means efficiency and, with generous fuel capacity, extended range.

Specifications

Year Built 2014
Category Power
Length Overall 66'1 ft
Beam 16'7 ft
Cabins 3
Electrical System 12 V
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID AZIM368N3309
Deadrise Angle 17 °
Min Draft 4'9 ft
Drive Type V
Engines 2
Total Engine Power 2,300 hp
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 259 gal
Displacement 61,728 lb
Windlass Electric

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Caterpillar
Model: C18 ACERT
Drive Type: V
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 1,150hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 5 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2014
Engine Hours: 1050
Engine Location: Port

Engine 2 Specifications

Make: Caterpillar
Model: C18 ACERT
Drive Type: V
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 1,150hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 5 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2014
Engine Hours: 1050
Engine Location: Starboard
Steering System
Joystick Control
Electrical

92,000 BTU Condaria AC

Heating

8 kw Sidepower Bow and Stern Thrusters

Battery chargers

BIlge pumps

2-electric stern windlasses;

Electric anchor windless

Shore power

Seakeeper Gyro

2-20kw Generators

1.7kw anchor windless

Electronics

Xenta joystick control for thrusters and motors

2-Raymarine ST60 Tridata,

2-Raymarine 240E DSC VHF,

4kW Raymarineradar,

C90 Raymarine  chartplotter,

2-ST 6002 Raymarine autopilot;

Washing machine

ZF electronic controls

2- Depthsounder

4- TV Set

2- Plotter

2- Raymarine Autopilot

2-Raymarine Log-Speedometer

2-Raymarine Wind directions and sspeed

-3 Stereo Radios

2 Compass

-2 Raymarine GPS Chart/Depth

- Cockpit  and bridge Speakers

2 VHF

2-Trim Tab panel

Galley

.9Ice Maker

-Stove & Miele ceramic cooktop,

Oven

BBQ grill

Microwave

 

Deck, hull, bridge

Factory hard bridge top w/ large power sunroof

Teak flybridge floor

Hydraulic swim step

Cover for bridge and cockpit tables

Teal cockpit ad swim step floor

Tender calks for swim step

88lb Delta anchor w. 246f chain

Broker notes:

 The 64 is a three-cabin boat with an amidships master suite, forward VIP, and a twin-berth guest cabin on the starboard side with its own access to the day head. The master gets the lion’s share of space below decks, but once below it’s difficult to complain: it is a superb cabin with its own breakfast dinette and walk-in wardrobe, and a spacious head and shower. Both double beds are 6'7" long by 5'4" at their widest. The twin berths in the guest cabin are a generous 30" across. There is excellent stowage under the double mattresses, which lift up and are supported by gas struts. Headroom over most of the downstairs area is 6'4" but slightly less in the twin cabin.

A big, open, bar-style galley sets a sociable tone on the main deck. Its extendable amidships dining table’s forward seat can be electrically adjusted to serve either the table or the helm, saving a significant amount of space. In a typically thoughtful detail, the long bar top on the galley only covers half the width of the cooking range. When folded down it is plenty wide enough to do its job, and it remains unobtrusive when hinged up during cooking.

Five discrete air-conditioning zones in the interior give guests maximum control over their own comfort, and the windows at both helm and galley open electrically for cool fresh air. Down in the saloon seating area there is the optional sofabed on the port side, and you can also have a two-seat sofa to starboard in place of the sideboard.

In customary Azimut style, the fit and finish throughout are well up to the yard’s high standards.

The one crew berth in the stern because of the the Seakeeper gyro stabilizer system—are reached through the transom door.

 

The tender can either be stowed on the standard hydraulic platform or on the flying bridge, where a crane can be installed. Placing the tender up top wouldn’t detract much from the large and well-designed flying bridge, with its flexible layout of sunpads, seating, and single helm seat on the port side.

Just the one engine option is available—twin 1,150-mhp Caterpillar C18s—and the engineers have matched the hull geometry, weight distribution, and horsepower with notable success. Not only is the yacht remarkably well balanced underway, and pretty damn quick, but the marriage of the Cats’ considerable torque to a pair of perfectly pitched propellers produce a boat with quite extraordinary acceleration and poise, right through the rev range.

Empirical evidence alone ought to have been enough to confirm this boat was something special. Not only is she quick out of the hole, but just pushing the throttles forward from 2000 rpm toward WOT was enough to make anyone standing up take an involuntary step backwards. That just doesn’t happen on boats of this size.

The 64 offers a rewarding helm experience, with instant throttle response at all speeds and crisp handling. And such muscular reserves of torque give the hull an assured willingness at sea that will not only pay off when hauling up the back of a big swell but in flat, long-distance cruise conditions too, when the 64 will stay on plane with minimal trim as low as 1300 rpm. That means efficiency and, with generous fuel capacity, extended range.

MISCELLANEOUS
  • Flybridge is 21 square metres, fully-equipped, with the pilot station positioned on the port side to maximise liveability. 
  • The stern area of the Fly can be customized: a sunbathing area or tender storage with a 250 kg capacity lifting crane. 
  • Exterior cockpit and saloon: two distinct spaces that become one large light-filled space thanks to the three sliding doors in curved glass. 
  • The pilot station is ergonomic thanks to the adjustable seat and steering wheel. It is equipped with two 15.4” navigation displays, and full engine control instrumentation. 
  • The pilot station is electronically operated and becomes part of the 8-person dinette with the push of a button.
  • Large kitchen opens onto the dinette area. The kitchen is fully equipped with a 4-hob glass ceramic cook top, 130-litre refrigerator, separate 56-litre freezer, combination oven, and ventilation hood.
  • The bathroom in the VIP cabin has a separate walk-in shower and full facilities, just like the Master bathroom.
  • The stair to the sleeping area is located immediately below the windshield and includes extra storage space for an additional refrigerator or washer dryer
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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Contact Randall Burg, 954 870 3667