AIS (Raymarine 700)
Autopilot (Raymarine p70Rs)
Chain counter (Quick)
Display (Raymarine i70s)
GPS (Raymarine RS150)
Plotter with GPS antenna (Raymarine Axiom Pro 12)
Radar Antenna (Raymarine Open array Magnum)
Rudder angle indicator
VHF Radio (Raymarine Ray90)
Staging and technical
Anchor Chain Washdown
cockpit table (teak)
Directional Spotlight (Electric)
Fire Extinguishing System (Seafire)
Gangway (Opacmare 2,86m)
Stabilizers (Seakeeper NG16)
Stern Thruster (10 kw)
5 x Underwater lights
Water harbor connector system
Water pressure pump
Domestic Facilities onboard
Air Conditioning (92000 BTU)
BBQ/Grill (on the Flybridge)
Safe (in master cabin)
Radio AM/FM (Fusion)
3 x TV (Salon, VIP, Master cabin)
Kitchen and appliances
Ceramic hot plate (Miele)
ICE Maker (in the cockpit)
Refrigerator (steel at sight in the kichen)
Bimini (on bow (hydraulic version))
THE AZIMUT 66 FLYBRIDGE: ALREADY A LEGEND.
Being an icon isn't just a question of image, style or the ability to innovate. It is all this and then just a little bit more. It means being chosen by the market as a must-have product, one that stays true to its identity over time and continues to amaze with its high performance and sophisticated design.
In the category of yachts around 65 feet, the Azimut Fly range epitomizes all the above, with more than 300 Azimut 62 and 64's sold around the world since 2002.
This model perfectly incorporated the brand's finest ingredients, starting from the exterior profile. In keeping with the finest tradition at Azimut, this model remains graceful and sporty, but offers more volume and surface area.
The obvious starting point is the flybridge, the largest in its category, with three different areas for entertaining. Next comes the four-cabin layout, offering outstanding liveability, and the new bar area positioned to the fore of the galley, which is ideal for breakfast or for accompanying the pilot during navigation.
The boat's hi-tech soul features solutions inspired by the world of home automation and the automotive sector, but based on parameters defined by naval engineering experts that interpret needs the needs of the recreational craft segment. This is why carbon has been used for the first time to enhance onboard comfort, allowing the volume to be increased while maintaining excellent dynamic stability.
Creativity is also reflected in the interior design, every inch of which reveals its Italian heritage.
A HI-TECH HEART
All you need at the helm of Azimut's latest yacht is a finger. The technological feather in this craft's cap is its electronic power steering system, the first to be installed on a boat in this class anywhere in the world, with control functions that can be personalized by the owner, who can regulate wheel steering and effort according to speed and piloting style. The result is comparable to the sensation of driving a top of the range sports car.
The continuous research that drives the introduction of innovative solutions and state-of-the-art construction techniques more quickly than the market average, proves once again to be a winning factor.
The use of pure carbon fiber is a construction choice that allows volumes and surfaces to be increased in size while maintaining the same weight, therefore maintaining excellent levels of dynamic stability. On the Azimut 66, this material is used to laminate the radar arch, hard top, upper forward part of the flybridge and foredeck.
The integrated Raymarine monitoring system has been customized in order to provide interfaces with as many onboard systems as possible: from the engines data to the alarms and bilge pumps, from tank levels and discharge pumps to engine room, up to the sound system and the air-conditioning regulation. Its functions can be accessed from both helm stations and remotely by tablet.
Other solutions borrowed from home automation include, on one hand, the possibility of adding more privacy between the galley and the living area, with a crystal frosting divide that can be obscured electrically, and on the other lighting controls, with three pre-set options to create the desired mood lighting environment.