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Denison Yachting - Miami
The Azimut 66 Fly may readjust your priorities for your next boat.
Azimut has engineered a huge amount of space in this boat, from the hull on up. The company touts this as the largest flying bridge in its class and I agree.
The Azimut 66 is surprisingly generous with space, offering four cabins served by three heads with separate showers. The owner’s cabin has panoramic windows, plenty of storage space, and a private dinette, guaranteeing total comfort and relaxation. In the bow, the VIP cabin offers guests the utmost comfort and liveability, with big windows, fine detailing, and extensive storage space. Everything on the Azimut 66 is amplified: more space and unparalleled liveability.
The Azimut 66 raises the bar for excellence to the next level and is set to become a new icon in its category. In the spacious sun lounging area in the bow, the spectacular view of the open sea reaches out to the horizon and beyond into infinity. Ample space and soft lounging cushions provide the ideal vantage point from which to enjoy the sun or relax in the shade of the bimini as while driving her from the flying bridge helm. She’s a combination of different elements. And the possibilities one enjoys are limited only by the vision of the beholder.
This Yacht qualifies for the "Guaranteed Revenue Program" - Inquire with Listing Agent
RPM Knots GPH Range. dB(A)
600 7 3.8 1,708. 66
1000. 10.4. 14.8. 651. 75
1500. 17.1. 42.8 370. 72
2000. 27.1. 85.6. 293. 76
2350. 32 117.2. 263 83
Cockpit and platform
Corridor to access below-deck area
Owner's cabin (midship)
Guest cabin (starboard side)
Guest cabin (port side)
Fire extinguishing system
Gray water system
Air conditioning system (OPT)
Voltage levels on board:
Galvanic current insulation
Shore power sockets
Utilities - electric panels
Lights and sockets
Construction materials and techniques have been carefully researched to find the best balance between quality, weight, and rigidity.
The hull, deck, deckhouse, trays, and structures are high-performance sandwich panels with PVC core to achieve maximum rigidity and impact resistance.
An infusion lamination system has been used for these parts, a technique that reduces weight while improving the control and quality of the construction.
Vinylester resin was used for the lamination of the first layers of the hull. Due to its chemical and physical properties, this type of resin is highly effective in preventing osmosis. Isophthalic resin is used for the remaining layers. Azimut is, therefore, able to provide a 5-year warranty against osmosis.
Elements made using infusion:
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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.