Specifications

Name: 60 Flybridge
Length: 60'2"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 740 gals.
Model Years: 2013—2017
Draft: 4'6"
Beam: 16'3"
Water Capacity: 166 gals.
Waste Capacity: 99 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
A restyled version of the Azimut 58 (2008–12), the Azimut 60 Flybridge incorporates the sleek lines and luxurious accommodations long identified with the Azimut brand. The flybridge and cockpit are among the largest in her class, and the squared bow protects the deck and sun pad from sea-spray while cruising. On the main deck, the salon is flooded with light through large windows. An L-shaped sofa to port seats six in comfort, and a cabinet (or optional sofa) to starboard houses an entertainment center. Two steps separate the salon from the central helm station and the galley/dining area. In this case, the galley is completely open to the dinette opposite as well as the helm and salon. There are three staterooms and two full heads below. The full-beam master stateroom is amidships and features an offset queen bed, two-seat dinette, and panoramic views from port and starboard hull windows. The VIP stateroom has an island bed, and the second guest stateroom has two single beds convertible to a queen. Crew quarters are aft. A hydraulic swim platform can launch a jet ski or tender. MAN 800hp diesels cruise at 26–28 knots (30+ knots top).

Specifications

Name: 60 Flybridge
Length: 59'10"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 739 gals.
Model Years: 2018—2019
Draft: 4'9"
Beam: 16'7"
Water Capacity: 198 gals.
Waste Capacity: 92 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Designed by the prolific Stefano Righini, the Azimut 60 is characterized by vertical bow-to-ceiling windows, residential-style interior features, and a blunter bow than previous Azimut models. The 60’s large aft deck leads forward into the double-sided lounge area, then up a step to the galley and dining area just behind the raised starboard helm. The salon is large and open and the enormous windows flood the interior with natural light. There are three staterooms and two full heads on the lower level including a full beam master amidship, forward VIP double and twin berth starboard cabin. Both doubles have en-suite heads as does the twin crew berth aft of the engine room. An innovative electronic power system allows the helm response to be configured according to speed. Shaded by a flybridge overhang, the cockpit features a teak deck overlay and a U-shaped sofa/lounge between port and starboard entry gates. The Azimut 60’s foredeck design is completely new—gone is the ubiquitous sun lounge found on most cruising yachts, replaced by two facing sofas and a table that fold away to become to a sunpad when underway. Volvo 900hp D13 diesels cruise at 24–36 knots (30 top).