Azimut Yachts 52 Flybridge



Everything about the Azimut 52 Flybridge shouts style and performance including its elliptical windows, sharply raked structure and ability to cruise at speeds between 28 to 29 knots and top out in the low 30s. The Azimut 52 Flybridge, which was produced from 1996 to 2002, is a redesign of the original AZ 50 from 1996, and its 51-foot, 11-inch, fully cored, deep-V hull was modified to include an extended platform. In addition, this Azimut model was built with propeller tunnels to minimize draft, three staterooms, the option of two or three heads as well as crew quarters situated underneath the cockpit. For maximum convenience, the galley is accessible to the salon, and the boat boasts a generous 6-foot, 5-inch headroom. Additional features include a standard portside lower helm, power vent windows on both sides of the salon, low-profile radar arch, teak decks, a stunning, cherry wood interior and underwater exhausts.

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