Azimut 75 Page 3
Azimut 75 — By Capt. Patrick Sciacca —
For the Art of It
One Stately Stateroom
The master stateroom on the Azimut 75 is the neatest I’ve come across in recent memory.
It’s not just that it’s full beam (19'3") with a centerline berth measuring 80"x70"—although that’s enough to make me want to kick off my shoes and jump in for a test snooze—but, as the photo below shows, to starboard is a dinette for two, that enjoys a spectacular view out the trapezoidal window next to it. The dinette (also known as the conversation area) can be equipped as a vanity. I guess that would make the starboard side of the berth her side, because with a flexible, arm-mounted, 32-inch Panasonic flat-screen TV to port, I’m sure he’ll want to claim rights there.
Aside from the large berth and a private place to eat, the full head (above), which sits behind a bulkhead just aft of the berth and measures 11'10" across, is enormous. The countertop alone is 51 inches across and 21 inches deep. The shower stall is built for two. Like all the heads onboard the 75, a Tecma MSD is standard. —P.S.
This article originally appeared in the January 2005 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.