The Azimut 62E is a 63-foot flybridge motor yacht that was released by the Italian boat building firm back in 2007. The 62E replaced the Azimut 62, with the E in the name representing an evolution on the qualities of style, performance and luxury that made the original 62 a worldwide best-seller. Updates and upgrades to the Azimut 62E include new windows, more powerful engines, redesigned helm controls and a contemporary interior design treatment from the studio of Carlo Galeazzi.
The 62E’s flybridge retains the 62’s characteristic curved seating spaces, providing an L-shaped dining sofa surrounding a fiberglass table, with a cocoon-style sunpad positioned towards the front. On the port side there is an upper helm station as well as a rounded wet bar stand with an icemaker and an electric grill, while towards the rear there is storage space for a tender that can also be fitted with a sunbed. One the main deck level there is a secluded sunpad on the foredeck, as well as a transom sofa on the aft deck. Starboard steps from here lead to a teak-lined swimming platform with a hydraulic lowering system. Owning an Azimut Yacht for sale means spending your time on the water enjoying the outdoors in all of its socializing areas.
Tempered sliding glass doors are gently sloped and curved, and lead to an internal aft salon that is defined by glossy cherrywood, burl accents, stainless steel joinery and plush Italian leather, generously lit thanks to fan-shaped side windows. A C-shaped lounge sofa surrounds a low, teak-topped coffee table and sits across from wave-shaped cabinets, while a couple of steps up lead towards a dining sofa with an extending table and an elliptical shaped galley kitchen. The galley boasts a wet-bar with a floating platform, Miele appliances, a full-height fridge-freezer and a four-zone hob. Positioned centrally on the main deck is the lower helm station, equipped with a bespoke steering wheel, a hand-stitched leather piloting chair, bow and stern thruster controls, a ZF joystick and navigational equipment sourced from Raymarine.
Lower deck layouts are the same as on the Azimut 62, with three en suite bedrooms including a twin berth, a VIP double bedroom to the bow and a full-beam, amidship owner’s stateroom with a king-sized bed, work desk, armchairs and a large en suite with Verde marble counters and a walk-in shower. The main difference down here is the introduction of butterfly windows in the owner’s stateroom, and locket-shaped single-panes on the sides of the VIP berth.
Turbocharged, shaft-drive Caterpillar C18 engines provide top speeds of around 34 knots at full-throttle, with high-speed cruising clocking in at 30 knots. A modified V-hull designed by the Azimut team in collaboration with Stefano Righini is slippery on the water and provides great stability on the turn, while a fuel tank holding 3,750 liters of diesel provides plenty in reserve for those longer journeys.