Introducing “Doc Holliday”
The Azimut 55 has been called “a masterful blend of style and substance” – and anyone who spends time on our latest listing, “Doc Holliday”, a 2006 55′ Azimut Evolution, would be hard-pressed to disagree. This three-stateroom yacht boasts impossibly sleek exterior styling, an equally-elegant interior, and an envy-inducing selection of mechanical equipment. She also happens to be in extraordinary condition.
In 2019, “Doc Holliday” was comprehensively updated to the tune of $100,000. That’s pretty impressive given her asking price of just $575,000. Among other items, the yacht was equipped with new batteries, flybridge windscreen, Bimini top, and expansion tank. Following on the heels of a February generator servicing, her engines’ 1,000 hour service was completed in September. Aesthetically, this Azimut 55E is very much in her prime too – the entire yacht had a compound & wax in April, and her hull received a follow-up wax just a few months ago.
“Doc Holliday” is equally well-suited for an afternoon cruise in Miami or an extended trip to the Exumas – where her four foot draft is a major asset – and anyone looking for that kind of versatility should see her as soon as possible. That couldn’t be easier to do in Palm Beach Gardens.
Check out Doc Holliday’s listing & additional pictures here: https://bit.ly/2RaGmUg
But Perhaps You’re Looking to “Go Bigger”?
We also recently listed “Gravity”, a Marina del Ray, California-based 2000 85′ Azimut. Yes, she’s a year 2000 model – but given all of her recent updates & improvements, you’d be forgiven for thinking she’s 10 years newer. In fact, over the last few years, she’s had more than $200,000 in updates – and, of course, with that kind of price tag, we’re not talking about minor items. No, not at all! Those funds bought two NEW 32Kw Kohler generators, a hot water heater, dive compressor, and MBR 1400/ Wave WIFI. Also included in that figure is a $30,000 interior refit, completed by none other than the well-known designer Mary Mahoney.
Before that work, in 2014, Gravity’s owner updated his yacht with new electronics, cabinetry, paint (both the top side and hull were done), underwater lights, and the latest-and-greatest entertainment package. And did we mention that she was also equipped with two Seakeepers during this time? That’s a huge, extremely expensive addition – one that you’ll be thrilled was made if you’re out on this yacht in difficult conditions.
“Gravity” was also refit with a new electrical system during this time. That’s huge too, and enables her current owner (and future ones, of course) to have far more flexibility in terms of their cruising destinations. Not only that, but a remote-control docking system was installed too – enabling the entire yacht to be controlled from any location on the yacht (or from the dock, for that matter).
All of that said, “Gravity” is not just about all of the updates & upgrades she’s had over the last five years or so – she was built as a first-class motor yacht. That’s evident in her engines – they’re MTU 12V 2000 M90 – and items like Mathers electronic engine controls. Likewise, this yacht can perform too, topping out at a VERY healthy 33 knots.
You can see more of her pictures and read all about “Gravity” here: https://bit.ly/2DCqSQT
Okay, Here’s One More Azimut Yacht for Sale…
Well, we wanted to stick to our absolute newest listings – but we decided to sneak another stellar option in here. That option is the 2010 60′ Azimut “Don’t Tell Mamma”. Aside from having an exceptional, highly-memorable name, this Azimut yacht has three deluxe staterooms, and a salon that can be made FREEZING cold, thanks to a new A/C compressor installed earlier this year. She also has a Seakeeper – again, this is only important when it’s important – and a small crew berth.
So how much for this beauty? $800k? $750k? Close but no cigar…she’s listed at $699,000, and her owner is “keen to sell”.
Check out her HD Video & listing right here: https://bit.ly/34Gh980