The Azimut 85 is a classic motor yacht that will never go out of style.

When it was first shown at the Genoa Boat Show in 2005, the Azimut 85 made a lot of noise because of its classic, timeless design and solid platform. She was made by the Italian yard Azimut Yachts. She is the perfect yacht for both new and experienced yacht owners who want to explore the Mediterranean or Caribbean in the utmost luxury and peace.

She is made of GRP and is 26.8 meters long, has a 1.95-meter draft, and is 6.10 meters wide. With a sleek exterior by Stefano Righini and a modern, light interior by Carlo Galeazzi, she offers future owners the perfect blend of style, comfort, and luxury. The galley is a semi-custom model from Azimut and is one of the main points of interest on the main deck. With sliding doors that lead to both the main saloon and the side deck, it is a very useful space for the crew that doesn’t take up any room on the main deck. The large saloon and dining area are surrounded by big windows that let in lots of light and show off beautiful views. Sliding doors led to the back of the main deck, where there was a table for dining outside and steps to her beach club. The bow has built-in sunpads that are comfortable and great for soaking up the sun.

But her flybridge makes it clear that she was made for living outside. This versatile area has a hardtop retractable sunroof and room for a Jacuzzi, a grilling area, comfortable sofas, and a dining table, making it a great place to entertain, socialize, and relax.

This boat has four well-appointed cabins that can sleep eight people. The master suite is in the middle and has a large walk-in closet, an ensuite with a rain shower and a bathtub, and beautiful furniture. The VIP stateroom is at the front of the motor yacht. It is large and has a double bed and neutral furniture like the master suite. Between the master suite and the VIP suite are two twin staterooms, each with two single beds.

The Azimut 85 has two V12 1800HP MTU engines that give it a top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 23 knots. This gives this superyacht a feeling of speed while still allowing its future owners to cruise in peace.

Saul Corey
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