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For almost two decades, Ballast Point Yachts, Inc. has been helping people buy used Azimut yachts in San Diego, California, Mexico, Canada and throughout the nation. We are your one-stop source for buying, selling, transporting and servicing used Azimut boats. Our Azimut yacht buying service is designed to minimize the hassle while we protect your interests.We will expedite the search, acquisition, inspection, titling, insurance and delivery of the Azimut Yachts model of your choice from our San Diego office. Best of all, whether shopping for a Flybridge, Evolution, Carat, Ultimate, Jumbo, S Class or Motor Yachts, our buying services and expertise are free when buying an Azimut yacht.

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Superyacht-Azimut-95-by-Azimut-Yachts-665x443Azimut Yachts are world-renowned for their spacious, ergonomic interiors that are logically designed to meet the demand of the avid yachtsmen.  Creating this exciting line of family cruising yachts requires a team of people who bring their enthusiasm, passion, ideas and skills to the project. And, an effective team needs an experienced leader.  Your Azimut also deserves the best when it comes time to sell.  As one of the top performing yacht brokerage firms in San Diego, we know what it takes to successfully sell a used Azimut Yachts.   Our San Diego office has maintained a concentrated focus on the Azimut brand including the entire line of Flybridge and Motor Yacht models resulting in an accumulation of prospective buyers across the State and around the world.  We have an aggressive marketing program consisting of Internet, MLS, print media, boat shows, direct mail and yacht broker networking.  We have a global presence including the USA, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Australia. This approach has enabled us to generate quality leads, higher resale values, and to sell our Azimut yacht inventory in shorter time periods.  And because we don’t have the distraction or pressure of selling new boat inventory, we can concentrate our efforts on our first priority – selling used Azimut yachts.  Contact Ballast Point Yachts, Inc. today and enjoy a hassle free sale of your Azimut Flybridge, Evolution, Carat, Ultimate, Jumbo, S Class or Motor Yacht models.

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What’s My Used Azimut Yacht Worth?

If you have decided to sell your used Azimut yacht, the first step is determining the current market value of your boat. Ballast Point Yachts, Inc. offers a free market value assessment based on the year, model, condition and market demand for your used Azimut yacht.  We will reference our private MLS sources to identify competing inventory, recent sales and market trends to give you a comprehensive market overview.   In addition to our market value assessment, we can provide service/repair tips and recommendations that will help support the resale value of your used Azimut yacht.  Click below to request a free market value assessment for your used Azimut.

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Why Azimut Yachts?

azimut-vatore1Every Azimut Yacht is built on a foundation of more than 50 years of quality boat-building experience. Azimut Yachts continues to raise both structural standards and customer expectations through our cutting-edge technology and with generations of handcrafted skills that put our manufacturing in a class by itself.  At Azimut, they are never satisfied with building anything less than the finest luxury cruising yachts in the world. This is why every step of construction is performed in-house with the perfect blend of artisanship and technology. All so they can closely manage a quality build, one boat at a time.  You can be sure that every Azimut Yacht is intelligently crafted to the highest performance and quality standards known to the industry, without compromise. The result is integrity that’s painstakingly built into every square inch of every model.

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 The Azimut Company and History

Azimut Yachts came about in 1969, when the young university student Paolo Vitelli founded Azimut Srl, and began chartering sailing boats. In 1970 some prestigious yachting brands appointed the company to distribute their boats in Italy.  Azimut quickly expanded its operations.  Apart from distribution, it began to design new yachts. In a joint venture with Amerglass, it designed the AZ 43’ Bali, a mass-produced fiberglass boat, which was an immediate success. The company gradually expanded its range, focusing on the lower end of the market - with the launch of the AZ 32’ Targa in 1977, the “Ford T” of the boat world - and upper end too.

In 1985 Azimut acquired Benetti. This historical brand, based in Viareggio, had been building boats since 1873, and designed the concept of the megayacht. Azimut was now able construct its own yachts, defining new style and industry standards that would go on to revolutionize the boat building industry, such as: large frameless windows, electric seats, and fine wood interiors.  From the late nineties onwards, with the acquisition of new boatyards at Fano, the restructuring of the Benetti boatyards at Viareggio and the construction of a new site at Avigliana, in the province of Turin, Azimut went on to become the foremost builder of yachts and megayachts.

This leadership position was confirmed in subsequent seasons, thanks to numerous business successes and an investment policy which has consolidated Azimut's technological and production capacities over the years, with sites now established in Brazil.

The Most Popular Azimut Models:

Azimut 39 Flybridge Azimut 55 Flybridge
Azimut 43 Flybridge Azimut 62 Evolution
Azimut 47 Flybridge Azimut 68S
Azimut 50 Flybridge Azimut 98 Jumbo

43S Azimut Review

Source: Test Team – Sea Magazine

The new 43S from Azimut Yachts is everything we’ve come to expect from this top-shelf Italian yacht builder. In our estimation, a boat like this needs to deliver in two core areas: performance and style. More than anything else, people who prize Italian yachts are after these two qualities — and in large amounts.

Those familiar with Azimut’s other “S” series yachts, the 62, 68 and 86, will not be surprised that the tradition of striking looks, a modern blend of interior comfort and style, and powerful performance are present and accounted for in the newest and smallest addition to the fleet. In fact, the 43S has a few things going for her below the waterline that put her in a class of her own.

Performance.  The Azimut 43S is the first Italian boat we know of to feature a pair of Volvo’s IPS drives as standard equipment. In this case we’re talking about a pair of 370 hp IPS-500 drives, for a total of 740 hp, which is no small number of ponies for a 43-foot boat.
There are a number of notable advantages to any boat equipped with IPS drives. The forward-facing propellers bite into undisturbed water for greater performance and efficiency. Calculations point to a 15 percent increase in the rate of acceleration, a top speed increase of 20 percent and a 30 percent increase in fuel economy at around 26 knots, which is close to the cruising speed of the 43S.

Our sea trial of the 43S took place in the waters just off Marina del Rey in Southern California. Conditions were tame with a slight swell and about a foot of chop. We found a comfortable cruising speed right at 29 knots and, pushing the throttles wide open, a top speed of 33.3 knots. With a cruising speed fuel burn of 24.7 gph, the 43S should be good for a 90 percent fuel capacity range of about 300 nautical miles, which is in line with a boat built for speedy coastal cruising.

We’ve grown accustomed to responsive and nimble handling from boats equipped with IPS drives, and the 43S is no different. Both throttle and wheel response were immediate and precise, and we had no problem cranking full-throttle turns at 33 knots within less than two boat lengths.

Fast Looks.  It’s not enough for a high-class Italian thoroughbred like this to perform in terms of speed and handling. She needs to look sleek and fast without even moving — and the design team of Carlo Galeazzi and Stefano Righini has done plenty to give the 43S a bold Italian look that moves while sitting still.  Mirrored inverted shark-fin windows, a sporty hardtop finished with Azimut’s trademark trailing edge and a bold wine-red hull stripe bring the boat alive with a racy symmetry of lines and color. The result is a boat that is immediately identified as having an abundance of style. The optional pinstriped teak exterior decks and swim platform bring a heavy dose of nautical tradition to the contemporary look. The teak extends from the stern all the way forward to the bow, where you’ll find a large sunpad as well as all the anchor hardware. Waist-high polished stainless steel rails ring the boat for safety while adding a noticeable amount of shine to the look. The sport tail overhang provides some shade for the rear deck, and the rear seating area converts to a large lounging pad. The 43S is definitely designed to extract every ounce out of fair-weather boating.

Inside.  Thick glass sliding doors on stainless steel rails open the way to the interior of the main salon. Here you’ll find light cream-colored lounges set in pleasant contrast to the dark wenge wood accents throughout. The look and feel is comfortable and sophisticated. The glass doors and side and forward windows give you a 360-degree view, and you can let in as much additional light and air as you want with the enormous electric sunroof, which is roughly 5 feet wide by 6 feet long.  The helm is a couple of steps up on the starboard side, and there is a small opening window here for the captain. Standard electronics include a VHF radio, a Raymarine ST6001 with autopilot, a Raymarine ST60 TRIDATA depth and speed indicator and a Raystar 120 differential LP-ST GPS mast as well as the Volvo Penta controls and digital monitor.

Below to port is a sunken galley that extends the modern look of the interior. There is more dark wenge for the cabinets, which are set against shiny stainless counters, a backsplash and sink. It’s a clean and contemporary look that is in harmony with the rest of the boat. Appliances include a triple-burner cooktop with railing, a microwave oven, a refrigerator/freezer and a garbage bin — a full-size Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer is optional.

Forward of the galley are three doors leading to the master stateroom, the guest room and the common-area head. All the doors are in step with the dark wenge wood frames and lighter sectioned panels.

The master stateroom features a double island bed with two drawers for storage underneath. Windows on each side let in plenty of natural light, and the hatch above opens for more light and air — and serves as an escape hatch. There’s a large hanging closet to starboard and an en suite head to port with a shower and VacuFlush toilet. To starboard catty-corner from the galley is the guest room, which has twin bunks, a hanging closet and its own access to the common head. The common head also features a shower and a VacuFlush toilet.

Engineering and Construction.  There are three access points to the engine space. A small hatch in the rear cockpit offers the best access for quick fluid-level checks, and there’s plenty of room between the engines to reach down to check dipsticks and filters. To get a look at the hydraulics for the steering and swim platform, you’ll need to remove the cushions on the cockpit lounge, which reveals another small access point. If you really need to get down into the space or access the boat’s standard 10 kw Kohler generator, you’ll need to pull up the large removable panel in the salon. In terms of construction, Azimut recently switched from hand lamination to DIAB Core Infusion Technology. The process allows faster flow rates that enable the production of very large components, such as complete hulls and decks, in a single shot while substantially reducing lay-up times. A specially grooved core enhances the structural performance. From an environmental standpoint the process improves working conditions by virtually eliminating styrene emissions.  The end product, according to Azimut, is stiffer and lighter laminates that will result in enhanced speed and fuel economy.

Our overall impression of the Azimut 43S is that she provides a seamless combination of high doses of performance and style, which is no easy task. The sleek lines and bold colors work along with the Volvo IPS drives and high-speed hull for an experience that truly rises above the rabble.

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