2016 Azimut 54 Flybridge

  • 54
  • Azimut
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Yacht price: $829,000

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Thoroughly serviced and prepared for sale, this Azimut 54 Fly has spent the bulk of its life in the brackish waters of the Chesapeake Bay and only brought to Florida for sale. Maintained with an open checkbook, no expense has been spared in making the boat ready for immediate sale, eliminating substantial service and maintenance cost for the next owner. Simply put, this is the best example of an Azimut 54 Fly on the market today!

Reduced 120K for immediate sale

One of Azimuts most popular models in recent years, the 54 Fly set the bar for styling and workmanship among builders. One of the few 54s on the market with the sought after White Ash interior, this boat has a much more welcome feel than the Zebrano wood found on most all other 54 Flys of this era. Unlike earlier boats, the 2016 models featured increased storage, a hardtop with opening section, and the preferred Volvo D11s rather than the MAN R6s which require much more maintenance.  

Appointed with much more equipment and features than its European counterparts, The 54 is perfect for extended cruising or entertaining on a grand scale. A complete complement of electronics at both helms, integrated Xenta joystick for engines and thrusters, and Seakeeper stabilizer give the owner every tool to make the boating experience as stress free as possible. Teak decking throughout, recently sanded and detailed, give the rich look one would expect from an Italian styled yacht. Ahead of its time, Azimut incorporated a trapezoid shaped bow, which results in increased deck space, a dryer ride, and more room below deck.

Below is a list of significant recent services, upgrades, and factory options (a full list of options can be found under “other details” tab):

  • Engine services (09/23)
    • Engine anodes
    • Port engine aftercooler cleaning
    • Port and starboard engine turbocharger overhauled and rebuilt
    • New washable air filters
    • Secondary fuel filters
    • Transmission fluid and filter
  • Cutlass bearings (09/23)
  • Dripless shaft seals (09/23), adjusted (04/24)
  • Headliner panels rewrapped as needed in original Azimut materials (03/24)
  • Propellers balanced and reconditioned (04/24)
  • Port engine PCU (09/23)
  • Start batteries (06/23)
  • Zincs and propspeed applied to shafts (04/24)
  • Full interior and exterior detail – including engine room and crew quarter (08/2023)
  • All new air handlers (2021)
  • Engines aligned (09/23)
  • Crew quarter wall and head liners rewrapped in more durable vinyl (03/2023)
  • All exterior caulking redone (02/2023)
  • Engine room detailed (03/24)
  • New water heater (04/24)
  • Service batteries (Fall 2022)
  • SeaKeeper service (03/24)
  • New flybridge opening sunroof in hardtop (02/24)
  • Teak sanded and repaired as needed (03/2023)
  • Hydraulic swim platform serviced gear serviced (04/24)
  • Platfrom hydraulic pump rebuilt (03/23)
  • New Sea-Fire control box (05/2023)
  • New freshwater pump (04/2023)
  • Accumulator tank added to freshwater system for consistent pressure (03/2023)
  • Sea-Fire system and all individual fire extinguishers inspected and certified (05/2023)
  • Lightspeed applied to underwater lights (02/2023)
  • Four Lumishore underwater lights added at transom (2018)
  • Underwater strainers descaled and cleaned (02/2023)
  • Foot switches for cockpit mooring winches replaced (02/2023)
  • Exhaust flaps replaced (02/2023)
  • VIP exterior porthole trim refinished (02/2023)
  • New bilge pump in master stateroom (03/2023)
  • Check valve installed for engine room bilge pump (03/2023)
  • 120V AC outlets added to galley, cockpit, and bridge (2018)
  • Blue exterior courtesy light replacements on hand (not installed)
  • Seakeeper stabilizer
  • Volvo D11 – 725HP inboards
  • Rare, White Ash interior
  • Mercury Amanzi tender with 40HP Mercury 4-stroke outboard with custom chalks
  • Full Raymarine Platinum package
  • Upgraded generator
  • Complete AV package with true 1080 picture Satellite TV
  • Teak decks throughout
  • Refrigerator, sink, and grill on flybridge
  • Crew cabin with air conditioning
  • Refrigerator in cockpit
  • Icemaker in salon
  • High-low TV in salon
  • Washer/dryer combo unit
  • Backup swim platform camera

The flybridge features a port side helm in contrast to the starboard side lower helm, which gives the captain great visibility regardless of port or starboard side-to docking. The flybridge helm features all the same instrumentation as the lower helm, so the owner does not have to select the driving station based on desired available equipment (complete list of Raymarine navigation equipment available under “options” in “other details” tab). Both helms feature a Xenta joystick that integrates the bow thruster and the engines. This gives the benefit of joystick docking without the added maintenance and potential issues of pod drives.

Opposite the helm sits a large sunpad for laying out, conveniently level with the helm so the captain can stay in the social circle and interact with guests. The aft section of the sunpad flows into a U-shaped sofa with high-gloss teak table that folds out to form a large table for alfresco dining. Aft of the sofa is another double-wide sunpad for laying out, complete with headrest. The helm seat flows seamlessly into a wetbar that houses a refrigerator, storage, grill, and sink.

The bridge steps are teak-soled and supported by molded fiberglass, not a ladder-back system found on so many yachts of this size. Not only does this provide for a sturdier and more slip friendly setup, but it also allows for storage built into the console. The cockpit has a C-shaped transom sofa and high-gloss teak table. Entry to the crew quarter is through the starboard side flange of the sofa, while the port side houses a hidden cockpit refrigerator. Side boarding gates make boarding the boat at fixed piers easy, while the swim platform makes boarding from a floating dock equally as simple. Cockpit mooring winches on either side make it simple to deploy a stern anchor for scenic anchoring, assist in Mediterranean style mooring, or even side too docking in strong winds. Cleverly placed cockpit speakers face down from the flybridge overhang, bathing the cockpit in sound, but staying remarkably quiet outside the boat, so as not to disturb dock neighbors.

The wide bow sunpad is another great area to layout and in more privacy. Wide teak decks and a trapezoid-shaped bow give plenty of deck space to congregate on the bow at anchor or at the dock, with extra tall side rails and plenty of stanchions for support.

The salon houses an over-sized sofa to port which has a hidden pullout bed, giving designated sleeping quarters for 7 people, not including crew. The couch sits opposite a high-low TV and storage cabinets featuring Azimut branded glassware and an icemaker. Extra large salon windows, some of the largest in their class, flood the salon with natural light. However, privacy is easily found by lowering the Roman Shades found at every window, and sliding the salon door curtain shut. The white ash cabinetry contrasts the dark wood floor throughout the salon, dinette, galley, and helm deck.

The galley sits to port of the upper salon, opposite the dinette and helm. Featuring all the amenities of home, it boasts a Miele cooktop, Miele convection oven, full size refrigerator and freezer, and double wide sink with glass backsplash. Increased galley storage is forward of the backsplash, a feature only found on later models. An extractor fan keeps the galley free of odors and smoke from the cooktop, and when needed, a semi-circle electric window opens to air out the galley even more.

The dinette sits to starboard with a C-shaped sofa and white ash, full-size dining table. A removeable middle leaf makes getting in and out of the sofa particularly easy, without having others get up. With the push of a button, the forward section of the dinette rises to become the lower helm seat, a clever space saving technique. The captain has a full complement of navigation equipment including a DC distribution panel and systems monitor well placed and within reach.

Below deck houses the full-beam aft master stateroom. In another clever space-saving technique by Azimut, the bed is offset in the aft, starboard corner. Still in an island fashion, the bed is not only easy to make, but it also gives plenty of walking space on the port side of the stateroom and nightstands for each side. The entire base of the bed rises on gas-assisted struts to reveal plenty of storage for bulky items. Large hullside windows allow plenty of natural light into the stateroom. Opening portholes give the option for cross ventilation and the ability to enjoy the fresh air when temperatures allow. A TV with soundbar sits on the forward bulkhead, which can be viewed from the port side settee thanks to a swivel mount. The settee has a hidden vanity and serves as an excellent desk, perfect for today’s focus of working remote. A hidden emergency escape through the ceiling gives added security and a washer/dryer combo is easily accessible in the master corridor, without leaving the confines of the stateroom. A well-lit, ensuite master head has a basin style sink, sliding medicine cabinet storage, and wide standup shower.

The beauty of the trapezoid-shaped bow can easily be felt in the VIP stateroom. Unlike most VIP berths that feel shoved up against the anchor locker, this VIP berth has night stands on either side and is close to a complete island style bed. Long hullside windows allow for plenty of light, and like the master, opening portholes allow for fresh air when desired. Guests enjoying the VIP have an emergency escape through the overhead deck hatch. Dual hanging lockers flank either side of the aft section of the stateroom, while a TV sits on the aft bulkhead. The ensuite VIP head has another excellent space saving design from Azimut, the shower doors slide out of the way to make the shower sole part of the head floor when not in use. When the shower is in use, three doors easily slide into place.

Unlike most boats this size, the guest stateroom is much more than just a storage room. Featuring an opening porthole, TV and extra-large hanging closet, guests will not feel like they are staying in a second-class stateroom. Like all staterooms, guests enjoy dimmable lights, a nightstand, and reading lights.

The Azimut 54 Fly is the best laid out boat in its class and this is the best example of the 54 Fly on the market today. It will not last as it has been meticulous gone through and prepped for sale. Don’t miss this opportunity, call before it is too late!


Basic Information

54 Flybridge
Fort Lauderdale, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Vessel Name:
Boat Type:
Flybridge, Motor Yachts
Hull Material:

Dimensions & Weight

54 ft - 16.46 meter
0 ft - 0 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft 5 in - 1.35 meter
Bridge Clearance:
17 ft


Drive Type:
(Individual), 1450 (combined)

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
309 Gallon(s) - 2 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
156 Gallon(s) - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
47 Gallon(s)


Total Cabins:
Total Berths:
Total Heads:



Steering System
Joystick ControlOptions

  • Raymarine Platinum Package:
    • Bridge Helm:
      • Chartplotter/MFD: GS165
      • VHF: Ray 260 handset and speaker
      • Autopilot control: P700R
      • Data display: I70
      • SD card reader: RCR-2
      • MFD Remote control RMK-9
    • Salon Helm:
      • Chartplotter/MFD: GS165 (2x)
      • VHF: Ray 260 handset and speaker
      • Autopilot control: P700R
      • Data display: I70
      • SD card reader: RCR-2 (2x)
      • MFD Remote control RMK-9
    • Network:
      • Radar: SHD 4kW 48” Color open array
      • Downvision transducer: CPT-120
      • Transducer: DST 800
      • VHF: Ray 260 module
      • Autopilot module: ACU-300
  • Additional Seakeeper control on fly
  • Barbecue on fly bridge
  • Americanization Package Includes:
    • Shore water connection
    • Side boarding gates
    • Upgraded 20kW generator
    • Electric searchlight
    • Dimmer lights through interior
    • 50A fail safe galvanic isolator
  • AV Package
    • Network
      • KVH HD7 Dome and Dummy Dome
      • Fusion to Raymarine integration
      • Unbroken Power Supply (UPS) units for seamless AC power switching
    • Salon
      • Samsung LED TV – 46”
      • High-low mount
      • DirecTV receiver
      • BluRay player
      • Bose V35
    • Master
      • Samsung LED TV – 40” with locking, custom swivel mount
      • DirecTV Receiver
      • Bose Cinemate w/Sound Bar
    • VIP
      • Samsung LED TV – 32”
      • DirecTV Receiver
    • Guest
      • Samsung LED TV – 22”
      • DirecTV Receiver
    • Flybridge
      • Fusion Stereo with universal docking station
      • 4x speakers
      • Bluetooth module
    • Cockpit
      • 2x speakers
      • Fusion remote
  • Cockpit chairs – 2x
  • Cockpit table
  • Crew cabin with air conditioning
  • De luxe Salon door curtain sliding on rails
  • C-shape Sofa/Bed in salon
  • High low TV system in salon
  • Icemaker in salon
  • Mosquito nets for portholes
  • Glendenning cable master
  • Refrigerator in cockpit
  • Refrigerator on flybridge
  • Safe in master cabin
  • Salon pouf with table
  • Seakeeper Stabilizer
  • Upgraded generator
  • Set of linens
  • Set of linens – crew cabin
  • Set of linens – sofa bed in salon
  • Sofa/bed in salon
  • Sunbathing cushions on aft flybridge
  • Sunbathing cushions on bow
  • Teak on flybridge deck
  • Teak on side decks
  • Two floodlights installed on aft flybridge
  • Washer-dryer combo unit
  • Wooden floor in salon, dinette, and helm station
  • Advanced Pack
    • Double Racor filters to main engines
    • Joystick control foe engines and thrusters
    • Spare conduits connecting engine room/wheelhouse/radar arch
    • Water maker predisposition
    • Electric mooring winches in cockpit
    • Openable scenic windows in VIP cabin
    • Additional searchlight control at lower helm
    • Décor exclusive
    • Miele appliances (microwave combo and cooktop)
    • Chain counter at main helm
  • Décor upgrading
  • Bow storage increased
  • Full set of covers
Hull Details

The structural design of the keel has been RINA approved. This implies a further guarantee of the structure’s quality; This is also guaranteed by the use of state-of-the-art techniques and the materials used. Construction materials and techniques have been the subject of research aimed at optimizing the balance between quality, weight and stiffness. Hull, deck, trays and structures are made of sandwich panel with PVC high performance core in order to achieve maximum rigidity and impact resistance. An infusion lamination system has been adopted for these parts, a technique that reduces weight while improving the control and quality of the construction. VINYLESTER RESIN is used for the lamination of the entire hull. This type of resin is extremely effective in preventing osmosis because of its chemical and mechanical properties. Therefore, Azimut is able to provide a 5-year warranty against osmosis. Isophthalic resin of recognized quality is used throughout the remainder of the lamination process. The structural bulkheads are made of sandwich with PVC core. The design concepts are at the cutting edge making the most of the performance offered by new materials and techniques: for example, transforming the interior flooring (trays) into a structural element, part of the traditional structure comprised of floor plates and longitudinal members has been eliminated, thereby among others increasing the volume available for the furniture, without sacrificing strength and rigidity and reducing weight. One of the key elements of this transformation was the use of next generation structural adhesives. The gluing technique and structural concepts that derived have been verified with a finished element analysis model. This calculation system, usually used in the aeronautical and automotive industries, simulates the behavior of the boat when it is subjected to the most severe conditions and verifies the structure in every detail. The uprights of the superstructure have been reinforced with carbon fiber to increase stiffness and reduce weight. The planning of the keel has a deadrise angle of 12° astern and 21° midships.

Steering Gear


  • Round profile rudder (Material: NAB alloy)
  • Hydraulic power assisted steering gear - Adjustable steering wheel

Bow Thruster:

  • Side power D. 250 24V 6.5 kW bow thruster (wheelhouse control)


  • The large flybridge is accessible from the outside only (cockpit stairs; port side)
  • GRP cockpit stairs with 6 steps
  • External steps flooring: teak
  • Flooring: non-slip
  • Access door: watertight in aluminum and plexiglass
  • Smoked plexiglass windshield with stainless steel and aluminum frame
  • GRP roll bar and mirror crystal insert
  • Handrail NMMA compliant stainless steel (tube 30 X 1.5 mm) (stern fly handrail, fly access protection handrail, Fly Railing, mobile fly handrail)
  • Bow sundeck

Steering Helm

  • Bench with manual system for seat leaf and adjustable height
  • Adjustable steering wheel (4-spoked steering wheel white painted)
  • L-shaped sofa connected to sundeck
  • Teak table with central stainless steel leg
  • 1 bow locker (in front of the instrument board)
  • Garbage bin in the fly cabinet
  • Basin with cold water only
  • Hella 24V manual spotlight
  • Stainless steel light mast
  • 2 Loudspeakers connected to the saloon radio
  • The wheelhouse includes:
  • Main engine instruments (thermometer, rev counter)
  • Alarms indicator lights
  • Engine startup controls
  • Bow anchor winch commands
  • Horn command
  • Trim tabs control
  • Bow thruster control
  • Activation of adjustable spot
  • Cigarette lighter type 12v socket (STD)
  • Chain meter counter


  • Anchor chain and fender locker with water drain
  • DELTA 25 kg galvanised steel anchor
  • 75 m long high strength 10 mm gauged chain
  • Bow roller
  • 1700 W WINCH 24V (Quick mod. Aries)
  • 2 stainless steel bitts L. 300 mm oval tube
  • Sundeck compartment with non-slip (STD)
  • Chain washdown


  • Filling with fuel: 2 “Diesel” filler caps D. 88 mm with cover Grid seat width = 250 mm
  • Filling with fresh water: 1 “Water” filler cap D.85mm
  • Black water outlet: 1 “Waste” water cap D.75 mm without cover
  • 2 stainless steel bitts L. 300 mm oval tube (intermediate)
  • flooring: non-slip
  • Fly side handrail
  • Rub rail: in stainless steel and high resistance PVC Knurled section 39.8 X 7.8 mm
  • Pulpit


  • Cockpit access via stainless steel and plexiglass gate
  • 2 stainless steel horn bitts H. 110 mm W. 350 mm
  • Warping station: maximum dimensions 1230X210 mm
  • Aft stainless steel left/right chock with mushroom
  • Vertical stainless steel double door with tempered glass
  • 4-seater C-shaped cockpit bench (in GRP integrated in the deck, width 2.47 m)
  • Cockpit bench cushions
  • 1 port deckhouse column locker
  • Engine room access via hatch in cockpit floor
  • Crew cabin access via hatch in the starboard cockpit bench
  • flooring: teak (excluding the side walkway access steps) Stern platform curved handrail
  • Fly access stairs handrail
  • Handles on the cockpit bench arm rests
  • Lighting: spotlight in the cockpit ceiling panel
  • Hot and cold water outlet


  • Stern platform lights (OPT: 2 24V underwater lights)
  • Possibility of non-slip or teak flooring
  • Stainless steel telescopic 4-rung swimming ladder

Platform Dimensions:

  • Width 3.5 m
  • length 1.15 m (platform only)
  • total length 1.37 m
  • stern overhang: approx. 1330 mm


  • Electric 2-seater helm seat (reversible seat for use with the dinette - adjustable seat and opposable backrest)
  • Electric bullseye window
  • Adjustable steering wheel
  • The wheelhouse includes:
  • Controls:
  • Bow thruster control
  • Electronic remote controls
  • Trim tab switches
  • Trim tab indicators
  • Activation of bow anchor winch
  • Horn, navigation lights, wipers switches
  • Activation of bilge pumps
  • Side window opening
  • Emptying of black and grey water tanks
  • Engine room ventilation
  • Cigarette lighter socket
  • Shore power socket indicator light
  • Chain washdown switch
  • Fuel tank, black water, grey water and fresh water level indicator

Engine Control Instruments:

  • Engine startup
  • Rev counter
  • Hour meter
  • Engine pressure gauges and thermometers
  • Ammeter
  • Alarm indicator lights
  • Electronic navigation instruments see related paragraph

Saloon and Dinette:

  • Curtains and matt GRP window frames
  • Lighting dimmer
  • Built in lamp in the separation column with the galley
  • Starboard side furniture
  • 1 port side 4-seater C-sofa
  • Rectangular dinette table (1390 X 780 mm) for 6 person and removable central section of the top
  • TV system with antenna, outlets in saloon and owner’s cabin
  • Below deck accommodation ladder with carpeted treads
  • Ceiling and wall upholstery: 2-tone fabric
  • Roman blinds for stern windows and sliding blind for saloon door
  • Carpet flooring


  • Glass ceramic range with 3 abreast plates and pot holder
  • Induction glass ceramic range, 3 abreast plates with automatic pot detector (7.4 kW)
  • Overhead extraction hood (over the glass ceramic range) with active carbon filters (recirculation)
  • 17 l microwave oven + grill
  • Kitchen sink (450 x 400 mm)
  • Fridge + upright freezer WAECO 220 l
  • Electric bullseye window

Below Deck:

  • Carpeted below deck access corridor
  • Spotlight lighting
  • Beige wall upholstery
  • Corridor grabrails

Owner’s Cabin:

  • Positioned amidship
  • Diagonally positioned double bed with headboard on the starboard - manual openable bed with 578 l storage
  • Oak headboard, openable for access to furniture
  • Vanity table with couches on the left side
  • 2 wall units
  • Drawer with 1 drawer
  • 2 Cupboards with hanger
  • 1 Cupboard with shelves
  • Shelving around the bed
  • Spotlight lighting and ceiling LED stripes
  • 2 openable portholes (rectangular porthole inserted in the windows)
  • 3 + 3 rectangular hull windows
  • Hatchway escape route via the ceiling above the bed
  • Direct access to the bathroom from the corridor leading to the owner’s cabin with internal stairs
  • 1 mirror on the vanity table
  • 1 mirror in the stern cupboard
  • Wooden Venusian blinds
  • Fabric wall upholstery and oak panelling
  • Fabric ceiling panels
  • Owner’s cabin TV system

Owner’s Head:

  • Located forward of the owner’s cabin on the port side (below the galley) Access from the owner’s cabin (via ladder)
  • Oak top and cognac colored Vetro Freddo sink (brown)
  • Tecma toilet
  • Chromed tap with mixer
  • Separate shower enclosure; flat shower door
  • Matt ABS shower column and seat
  • Bathroom cabinet with 2 sliding doors above washbasin top
  • Ivory ceiling panels
  • Lighting: light fixture on wall unit and spotlights
  • 1 openable porthole with wooden Venetian blind
  • Oak flooring solid wood grating
  • Bathroom extractor: forced intake (from the shower ceiling panel)
  • Air conditioning from owner cabin

Owner’s Head Accessories:

  • 1 brush holder
  • 2 hangers
  • 1 glass support
  • 1 cup holder
  • 1 toilet roll holder
  • 1 towel rail
  • 1 plex shower soap holder

VIP Cabin:

  • At the bow
  • Fixed double bed
  • Fixed oak headboard
  • 2 wall units over the windows
  • 1 cupboard on the starboard stern wall with hanger and shelves
  • 1 cupboard on the port stern wall with hanger
  • Bed side bulwark shelves
  • 2 under bed lockers
  • 2 bed-head wall lights
  • Ceiling spotlights
  • Direct guests bathroom access
  • Carpeted floor
  • Windows
  • Hatchway
  • Wooden venetian blind
  • Fabric bulwark upholstery
  • Ceiling panels: oak door, matt ivory GRP ceiling panel with fabric panels over the bed

VIP/Guest Head:

  • Positioned abaft of the VIP cabin on the port side
  • Direct access from the VIP cabin or from the corridor
  • Tecma toilet
  • Oak top and cognac coloured Vetro Freddo sink (brown)
  • Chromed mixer tap
  • Round shower not separate (3 doors)
  • Matt ABS shower column
  • Bathroom cabinet with 2 sliding doors above washbasin top
  • Lighting: light fixture on wall unit and spotlights in the shower
  • 1 openable round porthole with wooden Venetian blind
  • Oak flooring solid wood grating
  • Natural air extraction
  • Air conditioning from VIP cabin

VIP/Guest Head Accessories:

  • 1 brush holder
  • 2 hangers
  • 1 glass support
  • 1 cup holder
  • 1 toilet roll holder
  • 1 plex shower soap holder

Guest Cabin:

  • Positioned on the starboard side
  • 2 fixed single beds
  • Headboard oak panels
  • 1 bedside cabinet between the beds (with openable cubicle)
  • 1 cupboard with hanger and shelves
  • 3 under bed lockers
  • Ceiling panels: oak door, ivory GRP ceiling panel with fabric panels
  • Fabric bulwark upholstery (with oak and fabric paneling)
  • 1 openable round porthole
  • Wooden Venetian blind
  • Flooring: Carpet
  • Lighting: spotlights
  • 2 bed-head wall lights
Electrical System

Main Characteristics:

  • The onboard voltages are: 220V – 50 Hz AC / 24V (12V for VHF equipment and cigarette lighter socket)
  • The main boards are in the wheelhouse (above the fridge in the galley), engine room and in the crew cabin
  • The residual current circuit breakers that protect all 24 V utilities are located in the wheelhouse
  • Other thermomagnetic circuit breakers are located in the kitchen (above the fridge) for the protection of various 220 V AC utilities as well as the selector switches for the selection of the 220 V AC shore or generator source: included air conditioning thermomagnetic switches breakers 220 V
  • Additional circuit breakers are located on the main panels in engine room and crew cabin to protect the various 24V DC

Shore Power Socket:

  • One of 50A astern


  • Group of 6 of 24V for 270 Ah for services
  • Group of 4 of 24V for 180 Ah for engines
  • 12V 70 Ah battery, for generator
  • 50A electronic battery charger (220 V / 110V)
  • 10A generator battery charger (220 V / 110V)
  • AC sockets: EU Std type
  • DC sockets: Cigarette lighter (wheelhouse and fly)

Lights and Sockets:

  • 24 V lighting
  • Watertight 24V exterior lights


  • Electronic navigation instruments:
    • HELMSMAN 12/24V HF73 Magnetic compass
    • Raymarine platinum package
      • Bridge Helm:
        • Chartplotter/MFD: GS165
        • VHF: Ray 260 handset and speaker
        • Autopilot control: P700R
        • Data display: I70
        • SD card reader: RCR-2
        • MFD Remote control RMK-9
        • HELMSMAN 12/24V HF73 Magnetic compass
      • Salon Helm:
        • Chartplotter/MFD: GS165 (2x)
        • VHF: Ray 260 handset and speaker
        • Autopilot control: P700R
        • Data display: I70
        • SD card reader: RCR-2 (2x)
        • MFD Remote control RMK-9
        • HELMSMAN 12/24V HF73 Magnetic compass
      • Network:
        • Radar: SHD 4kW 48” Color open array
        • Downvision transducer: CPT-120
        • Transducer: DST 800
        • VHF: Ray 260 module
        • Autopilot module: ACU-300


  • Electronic navigation instruments:
    • Raymarine platinum package
      • Bridge Helm:
        • Chartplotter/MFD: GS165
        • VHF: Ray 260 handset and speaker
        • Autopilot control: P700R
        • Data display: I70
        • SD card reader: RCR-2
        • MFD Remote control RMK-9
      • Salon Helm:
        • Chartplotter/MFD: GS165 (2x)
        • VHF: Ray 260 handset and speaker
        • Autopilot control: P700R
        • Data display: I70
        • SD card reader: RCR-2 (2x)
        • MFD Remote control RMK-9
      • Network:
        • Radar: SHD 4kW 48” Color open array
        • Downvision transducer: CPT-120
        • Transducer: DST 800
        • VHF: Ray 260 module
        • Autopilot module: ACU-300
      • HELMSMAN 12/24V HF73 Magnetic compass
      • Trim tabs indicator
      • Electronic remote controls
      • 2 loudspeakers connected to the saloon radio


  • Engine startup
  • Due to continual updates to the electronics, the configuration shown may vary
Bilge System
  • N°3 - 24V electric pumps - (bow, engine room, crew cabin). Flow rate: 2 pumps of
  • 237 l/min and 1 of 135 l/min
  • N°1 - 24V electric pumps supersub smart 650 (Flow rate: 2040 l/h, 1 mt depth)
  • N°2 manual emergency pumps. Flow rate: 49 l/min
  • N°3 level alarms
  • Rapid discharge of the engine room from the engine water pump
Fire Extinguisher System
  • Pull in cockpit and emergency button
  • 2 x 12 Kg powder canisters with spray nozzles on engines and marine gears
Diesel System
  • Two communicating aluminum tanks of 1170 l each (total cap. 2340 l)
  • Electronic indicator in the wheelhouse (left tank)
  • Electronic indicator in the wheelhouse (right tank)
  • 2 Single filters (settling tanks) (RACOR 900) for engines + 1 filter PFG20 NAUCO for the generator
  • 2 fillers on the walkway
  • 2 vents on the bulwark
  • Remote shut-off of the diesel via 24V solenoid valve
  • Fuel tap on the left tank
Fresh Water System
  • A 590 l polyethylene tank located under the stairs down to the cabin, corridor zones (stern tank). With aluminum frame and GRP cradle
  • Walkway water filler, starboard side
  • Level sensor with electronic indicator in the wheelhouse
  • 1 tank vent on the bulwark
  • FEIT 890 QDCE pressure pump with 24V silent blocks (45 l/min) in the engine room
  • SIGMAR COMPACT 220V- 800W 60 l water heater in engine room above the compressor
  • Pre-installation for water supply connection directly from shore
  • Hot and cold water: bathrooms, galley, platform bathroom shower; fly washbasin cold water only; cold water only to engine room
  • Fresh water toilet flushing
  • The system can be sectioned by means of manifolds
Black Water System
  • 225 l polyethylene tank in VIP cabin (bow tank)
  • 2 level sensor
  • 1 bulwark vent with anti-odour filter
  • 1 FEIT PVM 0.2 macerator pump
  • Suction from the deck walkway
  • Tecma toilet (with macerator pump). All toilets drain into tanks.
  • Sea outlet from the tank (manual only)
Grey Water System
  • 225 l polyethylene tank, located under the accommodation corridor (Central tank)
  • Gray water sea outlets from bulwark discharge manifolds
  • 2 level sensor, wheelhouse alarm indicator
  • Water discharge: from tank (automatic / manual)
  • FEIT PVM0,16 Diaphragm pump
  • Fan-coil condensate outlets in collection tanks
Seawater System
  • Engine cooling system: 2 dynamic seawater intakes of 2.5” (from series 12; 3” on series 11) with filter and valve
  • Generator cooling system: submerged outlet: 1 dynamic seawater intake (1’’) with filter and valve
  • Chain washdown: sea water
Engines Exhaust
  • Gas discharge system: immersed by-pass
  • Insulated stainless steel drain manifolds
  • Exhaust pipes: structural GRP muffler
  • Water/fumes separators for generator with side exhaust
Engine Room
  • Cockpit floor hatch access
  • Battery housing: 1 aft bulkhead box on the frame above the water heater; 1 crew cabin box behind the bed-head wall
  • Soundproofing
  • Hull air intake (separator filters)
  • Natural / forced emission: with 2 24V fans D. 250 mm
  • Forced extraction: with 2 24V fans D. 250 mm


Ventilation Rooms
  • Owner’s bathroom ventilation: 24V forced intake
  • VIP / guests bathroom ventilation natural
  • Galley ventilation: 220V extractor (hood with active carbon filter)
Hydraulic System
  • Hydraulic power steering BCS (control unit mod. CO500; piston mod. MT130ASS; pump mod. P30TS with tilt sport)
  • Flaps Bennett AZT3012SPC24 24V V2005 ; blade: 770 X 310 AISI 316 thickness 3 mm
  • Plates, glasses and cutlery set for 8 people
  • Super Yacht mod. stainless steel pats and pans
  • Net window covers for windscreen and deckhouse side windows
  • Fly instruments cover

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.

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  • 2016 Azimut 54 Fly

  • Azimut 54 Fly

  • 54
  • Azimut
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Yacht price: $829,000

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Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(7608522)
Disclaimer: This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.