No Name Azimut 100 Jumbo Subscribe

Dimensions
LOA:100' 0" (30.48 m)  Min. Draft:-
LWL:-  Max. Draft:6' 4" (2 m)
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Beam:29' 9" (9 m)    

Weight
Displacement:100 tonnes (220,000 lbs)  Gross Tonnage:-
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Approx Capacities & Speed
Max Speed:-  Fuel Capacity:3,646 gal (13,802 L)
Cruise Speed:28 knots (32 mph)  Water Capacity:528 gal (1,999 L)
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Hull & Deck Information
Hull Material:Fiberglass  Hull Designer:-
Deck Material:Fiberglass  Interior Designer:-
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Engine Information
# Engines:2  Engine Mfg:MTU
Engine HP:1800,1800,-,-  Engine Model:16V 2000 M 90
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***PRELIMINARY LISTING***

This Azimut 100 Jumbo is one of the only two 5 VIP staterooms ever built. She is the most stunning Azimut Jumbo delivered to America. She was refurbished in 2014 with new luxurious furnishings and each cabin is tastefully decorated with all the comforts and amenities to make your stay truly relaxing and enjoyable. One of the most notable features are her 3 VIP cabins. One being on the Main Deck (2nd Master Stateroom) with wheel-chair and full handicap access. 2 Queens and a Twin down below. The yacht features walk around decks and a very spacious, relaxing “toy free sun deck. This yacht is truly the best value under the sun for 10 guests. She was built with full American compatibility in mind. An American captain spent a year in Viareggio, Italy following the build. She has an Atlas shore converter, American A/C, American watermaker, etc.
This is a big advantage as spare parts are easy to find anywhere. She is pure classical elegance and sophistication but with a relaxed formality. The hand rubbed cherry wood throughout the yacht is immaculate. The bathrooms and internals look like new showing the very low usage of the yacht. Lalique door handles and fittings throughout. From 2001-2013 sheonly had 150 hour usage but had an open checkbook maintenance scheduled program. The main engines currently have 3721 hours. She was meticulously maintained full time by the same Captain for over 12 years. Mechanically, the yacht has had a rigorous maintenance schedule on the A/C filters, water filters, sea strainers cleaning, pumps, hydraulics.

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