Experience this new and glorious Italian yacht that goes beyond the concept of form following function, the Azimut 62, setting the standard for design, again, and again.
The Azimut 62 adds yet another chapter to this nation’s rich history of artistry and craftsmanship. The 62’s attention-getting exterior, conceived by Stefano Righini, and the luxurious interior, designed by Carlo Galeazzi, combine to make a statement that is bold and unique. In a sea of "me-too" boats, the Azimut 62 stands proud.
The flybridge is a celebration of open-air living. There’s a large sun-pad on the starboard side, where several passengers can stretch out and enjoy the ride while keeping the captain company at the helm.
Although the saloon’s main focus in on conversation, the open layout also offers excellent views. Form and function combine in the 62’s helm station, which continues the boat’s curvaceous styling themes. All instruments are easy to read and controls are within easy reach of the skipper.
The Azimut 62 can be considered a work of art, but it is also a high-tech piece of engineering. Not only does it have style, it has substance as well. From little touches such as the hand-held spotlight at the upper station to the substantial construction of the passarelle, the 62 is a well-designed craft.
Whatever your requirements, Azimut 62 offers uncommon luxury and styling - along with a practical layout, peppy performance and seaworthy cruiseability. This is a boat that will not only turn heads, but also will put a permanent smile on the skipper’s face.
Washdown: Fresh Water
Outlet: 12-Volt Acc
Length overall (incl. pulpit): 65 ft. & 1 in.
Hull length (incl. platform): 63 ft. & 1 in.
Beam at main section: 16 ft. & 7 in.
Draft (incl. props. at full load): 4 ft. & 11 in.
Displacement (at full load): 66733.92 lbs
Engines: 2 x 1015 mHP (746 kW) CAT C18
Maximum speed (at half load): 33 knots
Cruising speed (at half load): 30 knots
Fuel capacity: 988 gls
Water capacity: 264 gls
Cabins: 3 + 1 crew
Berths: 6 + crew
Head compartments: 3 + 1 crew
Building material: GRP
Keel: V-shape with angle of deadrise 17 degrees aft
Exterior Styling & Concept: Stefano Righini
Interior Designer: Carlo Galeazzi