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Azimut 50


USD 771,200
Length (ft)
Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Azimut accommodates comfort, speed, and style in this new 50-foot cruiser. And Azimut’s latest contender does a terrific job of delivering on that impossible promise. It’s only in the third cabin where any sense of compromise creeps into the equation. In all other areas the 50 provides the complete package. 

The 50’s three-cabin layout, with its lower-deck galley, places the emphasis on the master and VIP. Inevitably the third cabin is on the small side, but its bunk berths are full length, if not full width, and there is a plentiful 6 foot 7 inches of headroom in the entrance area. The open-plan galley, meanwhile, has an abundance of light and standing room, not to mention a useful opening porthole and a pretty good volume of stowage.

The master stateroom is an impressive full-beam suite set deep into the hull amidships, with generous windows, a roomy head compartment, and a full-size, low-level berth. While headroom down here is complicated by the multitude of shapes in the main deck molding above, there’s still 6 feet 4 inches in the areas where it matters. Azimut takes detailing and fit-out seriously, and the beautifully crafted slide-out vanity unit on the port side of the master suite is a prime example.

Up in the bow the VIP is less spacious than the master, but not uncomfortably so, and it is equally well endowed for stowage—both here and amidships the big double berths lift on gas struts to reveal veritable caverns beneath, while there are numerous additional lockers, drawers, and cubbyholes. Although headroom is an inch or so less in the VIP than in the master suite, it doesn’t feel restricted. The forward head, with its roomy shower compartment, has en suite access to the VIP, and also doubles as a dayhead.

Putting the galley on the lower deck creates space for a comfortable raised dinette opposite the helm, offering excellent views. Those main-deck windows are not quite as massive as they look from the outside. In fact they comprise several separate panels, with sturdy fiberglass supports in between. Yet the overall effect is spectacular, helping to create an unusually bright and comfortable deck saloon, with its discrete seating areas and the option of a sofa-bed conversion on the starboard side. The 50’s interior is the work of Carlo Galeazzi, Azimut’s usual interiors man and in my opinion one of the best in the business. The living spaces are beautifully realized with contrasting tones and textures, and lots of pleasing detail. A few more handholds would be useful, though, along with fiddles for the tables and galley surfaces, to help keep your food and drink where it belongs.

A spacious cockpit, protected by the long overhang of that enormous flying bridge—which covers some 200 square feet, according to Azimut—is complemented by an equally generous foredeck seating area, with a separate sofa and sunbed. An optional crew cabin, which might be short on headroom but makes up for it with an excellent berth, can be installed in the space beneath the cockpit sofa. There is consequently no tender garage, but the hydraulic platform can handle tenders up to 10 feet 6 inches long that weigh as much as 770 pounds.


  • Radar
  • TV set
  • Autopilot
  • CD player
  • Depth-sounder
  • VHF
  • Plotter
  • Radio
  • Navigation center
  • DVD player
  • Cockpit speakers
  • GPS
  • Compass
  • Repeater(s)

Inside Equipment

  • Battery charger
  • Hot water
  • Heating
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Air conditioning
  • Microwave oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Electric head
  • Bow thruster
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment

  • Generator (20 kw)
  • Shore power inlet
  • Inverter
  • Electrical Circuit: 110V

Outside Equipment/Extras

  • Cockpit table
  • Liferaft
  • Cockpit shower
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Swimming ladder
  • Teak cockpit
  • Electric windlass

Additional Information

Enhanced Options – Exterior:

  • Fiberglass Hardtop
  • Hydraulic Swim Platform with Teak Deck
  • Flybridge furniture at the aft area of the Fly area
  • Sun pads in bow section
  • Flybridge entertainment area with wet bar (Grill + Sink + Refrigerator)
  • Crew Cabin with Air Conditioning and Head
  • Cockpit Refrigerator (Drawer-Type Refrigerator)
  • Oskar Cockpit Chairs
  • Teak Laid Deck on swim platform, aft cockpit and  stair to fly 
  • LED lighting (all dimmed, inside and outside)
  • Underwater lights
  • Canvas for all section of the yachts
  • Oil change system

Enhanced Options – Interior:

  • Wooden Floor in Salon and Dinette
  • Sofa Bed in the Salon
  • Miele Appliances (Convection/Microwave and Cooktop)
  • BOSE Hifi system in all rooms
  • TV in each stateroom and salon (hi-lo) with Bose lifestyle surround sound
  • Flybridge speakers


  • Wooden Flooring
  • Wooden Cupboards
  • C-Shaped Sofa to Starboard
  • Roman Blinds for Stern Windows and Sliding Blind Aft Door
  • TV
  • Bose Surround Sound Speakers
  • Dinette to Port across from Lower Helm


  • Galley Top and Floor
  • Port Side Down Stairs
  • Great Access to Staterooms
  • MIELE Appliances
  • Ceramic Glass Range with 4 Burners
  • Overhead Extraction Fan Hood
  • Refrigerator / Freezer
  • Microwave Oven
  • Stainless Steel Sink

Master Stateroom and Head – Midship

  • Queen Sized Bed – Center Lined
  • Wardrobe with shelves
  • Hanging Wardrobe to Port
  • Vanity with mirror
  • 2 bedside tables
  • Cabinets with door and shelves on both sides
  • 2 portlights
  • Private access to En-Suite head
  • Metal Venetian blinds
  • Fabric wall upholstery and wood paneling
  • Flat Screen TV system

Master Head:

  • Located forward of the owner’s cabin, on starboard side
  • Private Access from owner’s stateroom
  • GRP top and cognac (brown) Washbasin
  • Separate shower enclosure
  • TECMA toilet
  • Wall unit with 1 openable door next to washbasin top and under-cabinet with shelves
  • Spotlights
  • 1 Portlight
  • Metal Venetian blinds
  • Non-slip GRP flooring in shower
  • Head air extractor

VIP Stateroom – Forward

  • Located Forward towards the Bow
  • Double Center Line Bed with large locker underneath
  • Wooden headboard
  • Hanging wardrobe Closet to Starboard
  • Wardrobe Closet to Port
  • Direct access to guest head
  • Mirror inside wardrobe
  • 2 wall unit with 2 storage areas over windows Port and Starboard
  • Escape Exit in ceiling through concealed hatchway to Exterior Sunbed Area
  • 2 openable round portlights inserted in windows
  • Air conditioning system control panel
  • Metal Venetian blinds
  • Fabric-upholstered bulwarks and Head Linings

Guest Stateroom – Starboard

  • 2 Guest Beds
  • 1 bedside table next to beds
  • Wardrobe Closet with coat rack and shelves
  • Lockers under bed
  • Openable round portlight
  • Metal Venetian blinds
  • Carpeted floor
  • Separate AC control panel
  • Spotlights
  • Access to head leading to corridor

VIP/Guest Head

  • Located portside next to VIP Stateroom
  • Washbasin with GRP top
  • Separate shower enclosure with glass door
  • Under basin cabinet with shelves
  • Direct access from the VIP cabin or from the corridor
  • GRP top Brown colored Washbasin
  • TECMA toilet
  • Chromed shower rail
  • Spotlights
  • Metal blinds
  • Non-slip GRP flooring in shower
  • Head air extractor
  • Openable round portlight

Crew Cabin and Head – Aft

  • Located Aft under Seating in Aft Deck
  • Access from cockpit bench
  • Single bed with under-bed compartments
  • 1 wall unit
  • 1 wardrobe
  • 1 head cabinet
  • Fabric bulwark upholstery
  • GRP ceiling and upholstered panels
  • Bulwark shelves, 1 at the foot of the bed, 1 over the rudder hold
  • Openable round portlight over cockpit bench
  • GRP non-slip floor
  • Spotlights
  • Fabric blind

Crew Head:

  • TECMA toilet
  • White resin washbasin
  • Chrome mixer with extractable shower head
  • Shower area with waterproof curtain
  • Wall unit with mirror
  • Under sink door
  • Power socket
  • Head accessories

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.