AZIMUT 43S - Yachts Invest

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AZIMUT 43S - Yachts Invest
AZIMUT 43S
“ LUXURY ”
SPECIFICATIONS
Length: 13,37 Meters 43,1 Feet
Beam: 4,22 Meters 13,1 Feet
Draft: 1,15 Meters 3,9 Feet
Number of crew: 1
Built: 2007
Builder: Azimut Yachts (It.)
Flag: France
Hull construction: GRP
ACCOMMODATION
Number of cabins: 2
Cabin configuration: Master, Twin,
Convertible Saloon
Number of guests: 10 (Cruising) 4/6
(Sleeping)
EQUIPMENT
Engines: 2 X VOLVO IPS 600
Cruising speed: 30 Knots
Fuel Consumption: 140 Litres/Hr
WATER SPORTS
Tenders + toys: On demand...
Azimut yachts have a great reputation when it comes to midsized cruisers and motoryacht LUXURY is a very good example of why this is so. With the yacht’s striking
burgundy hull, she stands out a mile and looks almost new. She has been perfectly
maintained since new with professional crew taking very good care of her.
Her Volvo IPS 600's give her a top speed of around 34 knots and a very economical
cruise of 30 Knots along with the amazing maneuverability control supplied by the
Joystick drive system.
Very spacious 2 cabin interior and additional berths in convertible saloon make her a
versatile yacht.
LUXURY has 2 sunbeds, a hydraulic swim platform, an opening sunroof, plenty of
amenities and state-of-the art audio-visual entertainment systems.
Charter her this season and you'll be mightily impressed.
Running
Bow Sunbed
Running
Lay-Out
Cokpit Sunbed / Table
Helm
Saloon w/ Opening Sunroof
Saloon - other view
Galley
Detail of Master Cabin
Master Cabin
Master Bathroom
Twin Cabin
Twin Bathroom
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