Specifications

Name: 58 Flybridge
Length: 57'10"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 688 gals.
Model Years: 1998—2002
Draft: 4'1"
Beam: 15'9"
Water Capacity: 238 gals.
Waste Capacity: 90 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Sleek Italian styling, lush accommodations and a good turn of speed characterize the Azimut 58, a state-of-the art yacht when she was introduced to the European market in 1998. Built on a deep-V hull with propeller pockets to level the engines, the interior of the Azimut 58 is a rich blend of high-gloss cherrywood cabinets and trim, posh furnishings, and impeccable detailing. The galley-down layout—unusual in a modern Azimut interior—results in a very expansive salon. Entering through a sliding glass door, a curved leather sofa is to starboard and wet bar (with bottle and glass storage) is to port. A plush C-shaped settee with cocktail table is forward of the wet bar. The Azimut’s recessed galley is two steps down in the aft port corner of the salon. There are three staterooms and three full heads on the lower level. The master and forward VIP staterooms have queen berths, and the guest cabin has side-by-side berths. Crew quarters with a single berth and toilet are aft. An appealing feature of this yacht is her large aft deck with its teak sole and twin entryways to the extended swim platform. A relatively light boat for her size, MTU 765hp MTUs cruise at 26–28 knots (low 30s top).

Specifications

Name: 58 Flybridge
Length: 58'8"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 740 gals.
Model Years: 2008—2012
Draft: 4'6"
Beam: 16'3"
Water Capacity: 166 gals.
Waste Capacity: 99 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
A standout yacht whose elegant styling will stand the test of time, the 58 Fly was introduced in 2008 replacing the super-popular Azimut 55 Evolution, a yacht often viewed in its own right as a revolutionary design. The 58 shares several of her predecessor’s features including a similar three stateroom, two head lower level layout with the same 45-degree offset queen berth in a full beam master suite. Forward, the VIP cabin has a pair of scissors berths that join together to form a queen berth. A twin berth guest cabin is to starboard, while an optional single berth crew cabin with private head can be reached from under the aft deck settee (there’s no transom entrance). The main deck of the Azimut 58 is arranged on two levels with the salon aft and galley, dinette and helm forward. A passenger settee sits next to both helms — a thoughtful touch often missing on yachts like this. Prop pockets reduce shaft angles for improved efficiency. Standard features include a hydraulic swim platform, bow/stern thrusters, joystick controls and a flybridge BBQ. Engineroom space is tight as it is in most European yachts. MAN 800hp diesels cruise at 26–27 knots (30+ top).