Specifications of Azimut 50 Galley Up
The motor yacht Azimut 50 Galley Up is produced by the brand Azimut since 2017. Azimut 50 Galley Up is a 16.08 meters planing yacht with flybridge with 4 guest cabins and the draft of 1.52 meters which can reach up to 32 knots. The yacht with fiberglass / grp hull has CE certification class (B) and can go not further than 200 miles off the coastline.
Overview of Azimut 50 Galley Up
Exterior and interior design
Following the success of the Azimut 50 at the Düsseldorf exhibition, the shipyard decided to delight fans with a new modification and in 2017 introduced the Azimut 50 Galley Up. The yacht has retained her former elegant exterior design and sporty forms. The layout of the interior spaces has been redesigned. The interiors are decorated in a modern style with a predominance of light grey tones and dark wood.
Amenities on board
The manufacturer has allocated a maximum of space for outdoor relaxation. The upper deck of the gliding yacht with flybridge is equipped with a bar, cocktail area and a large sunbed. There is also a tanning salon at the fordeck and a wide hydraulically powered swim platform aft. The galley has been moved from the lower deck to the saloon and has been replaced by a spacious supply closet. The Azimut 50 Galley Up can accommodate six people overnight in three separate cabins.
The boat is suitable for short journeys as well as for weekly cruises. She attracts attention with her performance - a 16.8 meter yacht can easily reach 32 knots.
The Azimut 50 Galley Up is designed for marine cruising, with relatively small dimensions allowing her to enter shallow canals and rivers.
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