2007 Azimut 62 Flybridge


The 62E is a three-cabin, three-ensuite boat with accommodation for six forward, plus the stern crew cabin with two more berths. While Australians will not generally have a crew on a vessel this size it makes a great extra cabin or another massive storage area.
It’s when you walk down into the accommodation area that you appreciate just how big this boat is. Working with a beam of over 5m the interior designer Carlo Galeazzi was able to maximise the space and provide a clever layout that is generous in all areas without compromising any.
The forward VIP cabin is brightly lit from large twin elliptical side windows that bring a certain elegance to the interior design. There is also a large circular overhead hatch with shades and bug screens. A generous amount of closets, drawers and cabinets provide space to stow your gear. The large double bed dominates the room that features a mirrored forward bulkhead and a small dressing room with hanging rail and shelves.
The VIP head and the second guest cabin head (opposite the first one) both feature a circular shower compartment with double doors and a wooden grating, plus large bulwark cabinet and a wash basin set into a deep blue solid surface vanity. The areas are surprisingly spacious and like everything on the Azimut, only the finest Italian fittings are used.
The starboard side twin-bed guest cabin, like the entire 62E, is decorated in cherrywood. The large wardrobe has an additional drawer unit to optimise the space available. The cabin offers excessive headroom and ample space separates the twin single berths.
A linen cabinet is built into the passageway leading to the owners’ stateroom, which with its independent access makes it a fully private suite. Located amidships and taking in the full beam of the boat, this area has been described as being designed to offer moments of relaxation in total privacy and tranquillity
Sunlight floods in from the broad fan style windows either side in the hull. The windows are very Italian and can now be found in a variety of styles on many of the luxury motor yachts built today. A special feature is the full dressing room with drawer and hanger units, plus the extra large en-suite with stall shower and spacious vanity and lockers. There’s also a make up counter, which can also be used as a small office area by the owner.

Australian delivered to one loving owner its entire life. Opportunities like this rarely present themselves.

Price: SOLD
Price Base: SOLD
Brand: Azimut
Model: 62 FLY
Length: 62.50 Feet
Year: 2007
Category: Motor & Power Boats
Hull Type: Fibreglass
Hull Style: Single
Power Type: Power
Type Of Sales: Dealer
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Condition: Used
State: New South Wales