General Description

This 2013 Azimut 53 Fly is a yacht is that is usually measured in feet, but the length of the hull does not give you any idea of the space onboard this 53 Flybridge. Unique in its category, This has a master suite that is full height as well as full beam where the yacht owner can experience the heart of the Azimut 53 Flybridge Yacht to its full potential.

The main deck is not only long but wide, high and luminous, designed as one large space divided into functional areas with a living area with an elegant cabinet along the starboard side full of compartments, drawers and spaces that are essential for comfortable onboard living and a U shaped sofa to form a highly elegant and prestigious area for relaxation and conversation.


There is no doubt that a great yacht must have a great flybridge. Azimut 53 Flybridge Yacht has such a wide flybridge that there is room for two sun bathing areas that are linked but independent of each other, one towards the stern and the other towards the bow.

Like all great motor yachts, the size of the project can also be seen in the minutest details. Take for example the hand rails that guarantee safety in all areas, the openable portholes in the cabins, the gangway placed sideways so that it does not interfere with the cockpit settee and In short, it can be seen in everything that the Azimut Yachts designers have conceived and the Azimut 53 maximizes in every area.


Engine hours 675 and Gen 960 hrs

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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 optimising 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 glueing 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 behaviour 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 fibre to increase stiffness and

reduce weight. The planing of the keel has a deadrise angle of

12° astern and 21° midships.



Round profile rudder (Material: NAB alloy)

Hydraulic power assisted steering gear - Adjustable steering


Bow thruster

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



Fly Bridge

The large fly bridge 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 aluminium and plexiglass

Smoked plexiglass windshield with stainless steel and aluminium


GRP roll bar

Handrail NMMA compliant stainless steel (tube 30 X 1.5) (stern

fly handrail, fly access protection handrail, Fly Railing, mobile fly


Bow sundeck

Steering gear

Fixed bench for 1 person

Adjustable steering wheel (4-spoked steering wheel white


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

Self-inflatable raft: flybridge - astern port side

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

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 (Quick mod. Aries)

2 stainless steel bitts L. 300 mm oval tube

sundeck compartment with non-slip

Chain washdown

Walkwa ys

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




Cockpit access via stainless steel and plexiglass gate.

2 stainless steel horn bitts H. 110 mm W. 350 mm.

Warping station: maximum dimensions 1230X210

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

Platform :

Stern platform 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


Platform net dimensions: 3.5 X 1.15 M.

Lift payload excluding teak grp and ladder: 325 kg

Hypothetical platform tender: 3.2 X 1.5 M.

Hypothetical williams: 285




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:


Bow thruster control

Electronic remote controls MINI COMMAND

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


alarm indicator lights

Electronic navigation instruments see related paragraph


Decapé oak furniture

Lamp in the separation column with the galley

Starboard side furniture

1 port side 3-seater sofa

1 port side armchair towards the bow

1 pouffe on the port side towards the stern

Fixed rectangular dinette table

TV system with antenna, outlets in saloon and owner’s cabin

Below deck accomodation ladder with carpeted treads

Ceiling and wall upholstery: 2-tone fabric, ivory and brown

Roman blinds for stern windows and sliding blind for saloon


Carpet flooring


Decapé oak varnished flooring

Beige marble agglomerate worktop and riser

Glass ceramic range with 3 plates and pot holder

Overhead extraction hood with active carbon filters


Microwave oven + grill

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


Oak headboard, openable for access to furniture

2 nightstands

Vanity table with couches on the left side

3 wall units

Drawer with 2 drawers

2 Cupboards with hanger

1 Cupboard with shelves

Shelving around the bed

2 under bed lockers

Spotlight lighting

2 openable portholes (rectangular porthole inserted in the


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 cupboard

Wooden Venusian blinds

Fabric wall upholstery and oak panelling

Fabric ceiling panels (beige+brown)

Owner’s cabin TV system

Owner’s bathroom

Located forward of the owner’ cabin on the port side (below the

galley) Access from the owner’s cabin (via ladder)

Oak top and cognac coloured Vetro Freddo sink (brown)

Tecma toilet

Chromed tap with mixer

Separate shower enclosure; flat shower door

Metallic brown 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 in the shower (OPT: chromotherapy)

1 openable porthole with wooden Venetian blind

Decapé oak flooring solid wood grating

Bathroom extractor: forced intake (from the shower ceiling panel)

OPT: air conditioning outlet

Bathroom accessories

1 brush holder

2 hangers

1 soap dispenser

1 cup holder

1 toilet roll holder

1 towel rail

1 plex shower soap holder


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



Wooden Venetian blind

Fabric bulwark upholstery

Ceiling panels: oak door, ivory GRP ceiling panel with fabric panels over the bed

VIP bathroom (/guests)

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)

Metallic brown 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

Decapé oak flooring solid wood grating

Natural air extraction

Bathroom accessories

1 brush holder

2 hangers

1 soap dispenser

1 cup holder

1 toilet roll holder

1 towel rail

1 plex shower soap holder

Guests cabin

Positioned on the starboard side

2 fixed single beds

Headboard with mirror and oak panels

1 bedside cabinet between the beds (with 2 openable cubicles)

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 panelling)

1 openable round porthole

Wooden Venetian blind

Flooring: Carpet

Lighting: spotlights

2 bed-head wall lights


Main characteristics

The onboard voltages are: 220V – 50 Hz A.C. / 24V (12V for VHF equipment and cigarette lighter


The main boards are in the wheelhouse, engine room and in the crew cabin

The residual current circuit breakers that protect all 24 v utilities are located in the wheelhouse

Other circuit breakers are located in the kitchen (above the fridge) for the protection of various 220

VAC utilities as well as the selector switches for the selection of the 220 VAC shore or generator


Additional circuit breakers are located on the main panels in engine room and crew cabin to protect

the various 24V DC and 220V AC utilities housed in two separate boards

Energy sources


A standard 3.5 Kw 50 Hz generator is supplied

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 / 110V)

10A generator battery charger (220 / 110V)

AC sockets: EU Std type

Lights and sockets

24 V lighting

Watertight 24V exterior lights



Electronic navigation instruments:

Raymarine onboard instrumentation


Electronic compass

Chartplotter: RayChart C90 Multifunctional 9” Display

HELMSMAN 12/24V HF73 Magnetic compass

Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot

Display ST60 Tridata

Echo sounder

Rudder angle indicator

Ray 240E Radio VHF DSC Class D (includes VHF SoS)


Electronic navigation instruments:


Autopilot: Raymarine ST6002 + Flush Mount CU

Electronic compass included in the ST6002 autopilot

Flaps indicator

Electronic remote controls MINI COMMAND

Rudder angle indicator

VHF secondary station RAY 240E EU

2 loudspeakers connected to the saloon radio


Engine startup

Due to continual updates to the electronics, the configuration shown may vary.


3 - 24V electric pumps - (bow, engine room, crew cabin). Flow rate: 2 pumps of 237 l/min and 1 of

135 l/min

2 manual emergency pumps. Flow rate: 49 l/min

3 level alarms

Rapid discharge of the engine room from the engine water pump


Pull in cockpit and emergency button

2 RINA approved 12 Kg powder canisters with spray nozzles on engines and marine gears


Two communicating aluminium 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 aluminium 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 (from series 12)

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 ACORN type manifolds


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)


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


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

Air conditioner cooling system: submerged outlet: 1 dynamic seawater intake (1’’) with filter and


Chain washdown: sea water


Gas discharge system: immersed by-pass

Insulated stainless steel drain manifolds

Exhaust pipes: structural GRP muffler

Water/fumes separators for generator with side exhaust


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




owner’s bathroom ventilation: 24V forced intake

VIP / guests bathroom ventilation natural

galley ventilation: 220V extractor (hood with active carbon filter)

Engine room

hull air intake (grid + separator filters)

Natural / forced emission: with 2 - 24V fans D. 250 mm

Forced extraction: with 2 - 24V fans D. 250 mm


Hydraulic power steering BCS (control unit mod. CO500; piston mod. MT130ASS; pump mod. P30TS

with tilt sport)

Flaps Bennett AZT3012SPC24 24V V2005 ; blade: 770X310 AISI 316 thickness 3 mm

Autopilot system: Raymarine

Hydraulic system: for OPACMARE control unit


Plates, glasses and cutlery set for 8 people

Super Yacht mod. stainless steel pats and pans

1 Telescopic Berthing hook (Boathook)

Net window covers for windscreen and deckhouse side windows

Fly instruments cover

5 mooring lines of 12 m, diam. 20 mm

8 mooring lines of 3 m, diam. 8 mm

8 fenders dimensions 900 x 300 - white

8 blue fender covers H. 830 with Azimut logo

Manual + Bag

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 Year 2013
 Builder Azimut
 Model Flybridge 53
 Location Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Asking Price $789,900.00
 LOA 53' 0"
 Total Power 730.00
 Engine Brand Man
 Engine Power 730.00
 Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
 Engine Hours: 800.00
 Engine Type: Inboard