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Exclusive: Azimut 75 By Capt. Patrick Sciacca — February 2005

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Base price: $3.5 million with 2/1,300-hp Man D2842 LE404 diesel V-drives
Optional power: none
Standard equipment: C-shape seating and table on flying bridge; Opacmare davit; Bosch washer/dryer; Maxwell 4000 windlass; foredeck sunpads; hi-lo teak cockpit table; Cruisair 100,00-Btu A/C; 32" Panasonic plasma TV in saloon; Treben leather helm and companion seating; Miele galley appliances including 4-burner cooktop, double oven, and dishwasher; Gaggeneau fridge and freezer; granite or marble countertops; Tecma MSDs; 2/17.5-kW Kohler gensets w/soundshields; Raymarine electronics package including 240 VHF, E80 radar/plotter w/8" display; ST290 autopilot, autohelm, and 120 WAAS GPS

SPECIFICATIONS
Length overall: 75'0"
Beam: 19'3"
Draft: 5'7"
Weight (dry): 100,000 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 1,623 gal.
Water capacity: 264 gal.
Test engines: 2/1,300-hp MAN D2842 LE404 diesel V-drives
Transmissions/ratio: Twin Disc/2.5:1
Propellers: 38x47 4-blade Detra
Steering: BCS hydraulic
Controls: MAN single-lever electronic
Optional equipment on test boat: SE energy bow and stern thruster; retractable teak swim platform; foredeck bimini top; retractable flying-bridge hardtop; 19.7-cu.-ft. Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer (in lieu of std.); Frigomar ice maker, In-sink trash compactor; 2/Raymarine C120 plotters, Raytech RNS navigation system; 15" Panasonic flat-screen TV in aft cockpit; 42" Panasonic plasma TV in saloon; hi-lo mechanism for saloon TV; 32" and 15" Panasonic plasma TVs in master and VIP; Bose 3-2-1 system in VIP; Sony stereo/CD system in both guest staterooms
Price as tested: not available

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This article originally appeared in the January 2005 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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