Used Boats for sale by owner since 1983. BoatsFSBO™
2000 Azimut Flybridge 39
Designer: Stefano Righini
Cruising Speed: 24 Knots
Max Speed: 28 Knots
Fuel: 265 gals Water: 132 gals Holding: 50 gals
The two dramatic living spaces of this yacht are the saloon and the flybridge.
The former connects through a large sliding door to the aft deck, but is open and airy in all conditions.
It has a dining settee on the starboard side, a companion settee and cabinetry on the port side.
The galley down arrangement is open to this area while the internal helm allows complete control of the yacht in inclement weather and an easy station for operations.
The flybridge has ample seating at the helm with duplicate controls, radar, chart plotter and autopilot.
With the bimini deployed, the flybridge is comfortable for operation in all but the most inclement weather.
The upper helm is located so that both the bow and the stern can be easily seen for easy docking and maneuvering in tight spaces.
The master suite has a large queen sized bed accessible from both sides and an ensuite master head with enclosed full shower stall.
The guest cabin has twin bunks with a connecting door to the second
head to enable privacy for all.
Two Climate control systems
Air Conditioning and Heating throuout
Wired for TV
The cherry cabinetry enhances the functionality of this efficient galley.
It is down on the port side, but open social interaction with both the helm and the saloon.
Fresh water pressure system
2 Burner elec cooktop
All Electronics duplicated at both helm stations.
Two Simrads VHF radios
Two Depth sounders, knot speed
ST 6000 autopilot
Raytheon GPS Chart Plotter
Ratheon RL 70 24 mi.
Radar with New Transmitter unit 2007
The boat was built with the American market in mind.
All electrical systems are 120V/12DC.
A Kohler 9 KW generator supplies sufficient power for stove-top and two climate control systems.
The bow has large cushions for sunbathing in a rail enclosed space.
Additional cushions on the
Flybridge offer additional relaxation areas with more privacy.
The back deck has a comfortable settee and doors to enclose the space to help control smaller children.
Access to the fly bridge is from the back deck with solid steps.
Full (new in 2006) covers for fly bridge and back settee have protected all cushions from sun and eather damage.
Bruce anchor on bow
Lofrans power windlass
Stern Anchor and Rode
Bow pulpit and full stainless rails
Freshwater wash down system
Engine and Mechanical
Twin Catepillars under constant professional maintenance.
Although the engine hours are quite low, they have been run regularly and maintained on a rigorous schedule.
Less than 300 engine hours
3 Automatic bilge pumps
Lower-helm and fly-bridge engine controls
Engine fuel cut off valves
Two electric Vacu-flush heads for excellent usability and low smell,
Hynautic hydraulic wheel steering for both helm stations
Bennett trim tabs
Custom exhaust system by significantly engineered to be much better than original bottom exhaust for quite running and very little exhaust fumes