2017 Azimut 55s – 56’9″
This beautiful and low-hour Azimut 55S yacht measures in at close to 57 feet and with her triple Volvo IPS 600s she’ll take you where you want at speeds over 30 knots! Sporting the “Miami Silver” hull color, equipped with everything from “Sea Keeper” gyro stabilization, joystick controls, Sat TVs, 3+1 cabin layout, tender garage, and top of the line Raymarine electronics this highly optioned performance yacht is available for immediate delivery from our docks in Pompano Beach.
A successful blend of interior and exterior spaces, this 55S is a nearly flawless example of this popular design from Stefano Righini and Azimut.
This boat was built for luxury entertainment, from bow to stern. The bow features a sun lounge with room enough for four people and includes eight cup holders, but there is more. The wide bench seat shifts and speakers transform the area from a sun worshiper’s paradise to a true entertainment zone. Aft is a large swim pad with a garage for the tender.
Some notable options include:
- Williams Jet Tender 285
- Seakeeper Gyro stabilization
- Bow thruster
- Joystick with skyhook and dynamic positioning system
- Expansive electric aft awning
- Miami Silver hull color
- Upgraded Raymarine platinum package
- Hydraulic passarelle/telescopic gangway
- Electronic Sunroof – Glass Panels Let In Natural Light – Electric Shade
- Triple Volvo Penta IPS 600s – 435 hp each
- Desired Zebrano Interior
- Tender Garage – Transom Folds Out Making A Huge Swim Platform
- Washer/Dryer Combo Unit
- Crew Cabin Forward with Air Conditioning
- Cockpit Table on Actuator. Drops to Make Large Sun Pad. Electric Awning Shades This Space
- Beautiful Teak Sole in Cockpit and Side Decks
- Additional Refrigerator drawer and Ice Maker In Cockpit
The combination of luxury and entertainment continues throughout the interior. Beginning in the cockpit, a J-shaped settee wraps around a wooden table, creating seating for seven or eight people. When the three-panel door is slid out of the way, the cockpit settee, with the addition of a small filler, blends seamlessly with the salon settee, which also has a table. In this configuration, more than a dozen people can easily sit as an extended group starting at the transom and running to the salon, there is even more flexibility possible with this design. For example, the forward section of the salon settee is a bench that, with a push of a button, converts from a forward-facing to an aft-facing the bench. In addition, a section of the forward settee can convert to an angled headrest and turn the bench into a chaise lounge. To keep everyone fed and happy is the galley, which features a cooktop, sink, and countertop, and refrigerator and freezer.
The helm boasts of twin captain’s chairs on a shared base that faces a dash with everything a modern captain needs. Two Raymarine multifunction displays provide everything from navigation aid to engine info to camera feeds to stereo controls to radar readouts and much more. Twin-engine throttles are within easy reach and control all three Volvo Penta D6 diesel. Next to the throttles is the Volvo joystick and the Seakeeper gyro display. A Volvo Penta display occupies the lower left corner, next to the thruster control. Three staterooms are located below decks, and easily sleeps six. Starboard from the companionway is a room with twin single berths, a nightstand, a hanging locker, and under-bed lockers. It shares the second head with the VIP in the bow. The VIP houses an island double berth, shelves that run along the bedsides, and two vertical and two under-berth lockers. Panoramic hillside windows and an overhead hatch provide natural light that complements the overhead LEDs and reading lamps. It has direct access to the second head.
The master suite is located mid-ship and spans the beam, taking full advantage of the space. To port is a vanity table with oversized chairs to either side that transforms into a breakfast nook when the vanity top closed. Large hull windows on both sides are sectioned in sixths, one section of which opens and provides sea air and breeze. The queen berth lies diagonal with its head in the aft starboard corner, providing its occupants a view of the TV on the bulkhead and out both hull windows. Underneath is lots of storage space. The master head includes a basin sink, a chromed tap, a toilet, a separate shower enclosure and a wall unit over the sink.