Let’s say you’ve come into a little money – about $6 million or so – and you want to buy a yacht. With that kind of cash you can shop in the mini-megayacht range, between 80 and 90 feet. But there’s another thing: You don’t want one that looks like all the other $6 million yachts berthed in Palm Beach, or Marina Del Rey, or Harbour Island, or the Riviera or wherever you plan to cruise. And yachts this size aren’t uncommon today, not like 20 years ago when a 90-footer stood out almost anywhere. Nowadays it takes something special to make a splash, something like the Azimut 88 Flybridge. Tipping the financial scales at 4,900,000 Euros (about $6,200,000 at press time), the Azimut 88 is a nice example of a mini-megayacht that won’t melt into the crowd.
Azimut 88 Flybridge (2010-) Captain's Report is archived.