The Azimut 55 incorporates a styling scheme that sets her apart from previous Azimut designs. Gone are the elliptical cabin windows of previous years, replaced in the 55 by a pair of distinctive fin-shaped salon windows. Azimut designers also added three new vertical glass panels in the hullsides, a subtle innovation that introduces natural lighting into the master stateroom.
Built on a good-running deep-V hull with prop pockets, the three-stateroom, two-head floorplan of the Azimut 55 is arranged with both the galley and dinette forward, on the pilothouse level. The inboard serving counter in the galley is a nice touch, and there's a bidet in the aft head compartment.
What other aft-cockpit 55-footer offers the delights of a full-beam owner's cabin?
The cockpit, shaded by the bridge overhang, has a teak sole and provides access to both the engine room and aft crew quarters.
Additional features include an extended swim platform, a well-arranged flybridge with dinghy storage aft, and power side windows at the lower helm.
She is crew maintained and ready to cruise the Med!