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Azimut 82 - provisional
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SIZE AND MAIN CHARACTERISTICS 2. DETAILS OF THE HULL 3. ENGINES 4. STEERING 5. MOORING 6. EXTERNAL LAYOUT AND STANDARD EQUIPMENT 6.1 FLYBRIDGE 6.2 TRANSOM 6.3 COCKPIT 6.4 SIDES 6.5 BOW 7. INTERNAL LAYOUT AND STANDARD EQUIPMENT 7.1 MAIN DECK 7.2 LOWER DECK 7.3 LOWER DECK STD "CLASSIC" LAYOUT CREW QUARTERS
8. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 8.1 MAIN CHARACTERISTICS 8.2 POWER SOURCES 8.3 LIGHTING SYSTEM AND OUTLETS 8.4 CONTROLS AND ALARMS 9. ELECTRONICS 10. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
11. ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM 12. FIRE-ALARM AND SAFETY SYSTEM 13. FUEL SYSTEM 14. BLACK AND GRAY WATER SYSTEM 15. BILGE SYSTEM 16. FRESH WATER SYSTEM 17. SEA WATER SYSTEM
18. AIR CONDITIONING, VENTING AND EXTRACTION SYSTEM 29 19. ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 20. INSULATION 21. SAFETY EQUIPMENT 22. MISCELLANEOUS 23. DECOR 30
1. SIZE AND MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
Lenght overall Hull length Waterline length Beam overall Beam at main section Draft to keel Draft at full load Full load displacement Fuel capacity Fresh water capacity Grey water tank capacity Black water tank capacity Cruising speed (at half load) Maximum speed (at half load)
25.69 mt. 23.95 mt. 20.88 mt. 6.20 mt. 6.45 mt. 1.29 mt. 1.73 mt. 75 t 7,000 lt. 1,350 lt. 650 lt. 650 lt. 27 KN 30 KN
58 1,848 gals 356 gals 171 gals 171 gals
The levels of performance described apply to a standard craft (with standard equipment installed) with clean hull, propeller and rudders. Moreover it is specified that such levels of performance were achieved under favourable sea and wind conditions (1 on the Beaufort scale and 1 on the Douglas scale); in the case of diverse or less favourable sea conditions performance levels may vary considerably.
2. DETAILS OF THE HULL
The structural project of the hull has been carried out according acknowledged Classification Committee (R.I.N.A.), which approved the project. This implies a further proof of the structure quality, that is already guaranteed by the most advanced techniques and material used. VINYLESTER RESIN is used for the first coats of the hand laid-up lamination below the water line. The kind of resin is extremely effective in preventing osmosis thanks to its chemical and physical characteristics. Based on this, AZIMUT is able to offer 5 YEAR WARRANTY AGAINST OSMOSIS. Worldwide acknowledged quality isophtalic resin is used for all the stages of the hand laid-up lamination process. High quality PVC with outstanding mechanical peculiarities is used for main deck and superstructure lamination with sandwich core. Extreme aft and bow bulkhead are in fiberglass with sandwich core. All other internal bulkheads are built with advanced composite materials. Keel is deep V type with 6 aft deadrise.
CAT CHP. Diesel engine twelve V cylinders. Pistons displacement: 2.66 lt., stroke 145 mm, bore 162 mm. Max power 1232 KW, rpm 2300. Hour meter on engines.
ZF 2060, reduction rate 1:2.567
V-drive with universal joint.
Marinox 17 steel, or similar, diam. 95 mm, supported by brass stands and stern tubes. Tides or equivalent shaft seals.
NiBrAl alloy, four blades, 1000mm of diameter, designed and built to optimize hull performances and to guarantee good comfort during sailing.
AISI 316 steel with with 0,34 sqm of surface to ensure easy maneuvers. Rudderholes and pole of the rudders in Marinox 17. Bar and yoke in carbon steel.
AISI 316 steel, fixed
Hydraulic system, 22 kW (30 Hp)
One 90 Kg Poolanker anchor in steel. 100m steel chains (13mm of diameter). Built-in stainless steel bow protection. One 3600W, 220V, anchor winch on bow inside a proper storage. Two 2200W, 220V, mooring winches in aft cockpit. Six cleats in total (two on aft, two on bow and two at midship) Pair of pop-up cleats on the swim platform
6. EXTERNAL LAYOUT AND STANDARD EQUIPMENT
The wide flybridge is accessible through the external staircase in the aft cockpit with teak steps. Windscreen in plexiglass and steel. Pilot console includes: - Steering wheel - main engines controls, - main engines and reversing gear gauges, - instruments for navigation (see: 9. Electronics), - bow thruster control - forward anchor winch control, - navigation lights control - search light control, - fire extinguisher pump control, - manouvering intercom. Helm settee in fiberglass with cushions on starboardside, with backrest. Sunbathing cushions area beside the console station. C shaped sofa on portside. One table in teak with two bases for 8 people Three teak folding chairs. Sunbathing area on aft fo the dining area. Bar furniture on starboardside with sink, fridge (Isotherm, 49 lt) and barbecue, storage, bar top and working top. Bar top in teak and working top in sintetic material. Fiberglass roll bar includes: - navigation lights, - antennas, - horn Marco PW2, - Two stainless steel 82 logos. Jabsco 60080-146SL search light on bow of the flybridge windscreen Drainage holes. Fresh water hose Antiskid flooring. Courtesy lights under the cabinets. Watertight spotlights on the roll bar. Covers for the sofas, sunpads, table and console.
Hydraulic swim platform in teak. Capacity: 1000kg Structural staircases with teak steps on both sides of the transom for access to the swim platform. Stainless steel handrail on the internal side of each staircase. Manual removable swim ladder in stainless steel on aft of swim platform. Electro-hydraulic retractable gangway in stainless steel and teak on transom, portside. Water shore connection, shower, fresh water outlet on transom, starboardside. Shore power inlets, TV and phone inlets on the transom, portside and starboardside. Black water shore discharge system on starboard side. Watertight door to access lower deck/crew quarters placed in the middle of transom. Name of the yacht and port of registry in stainless steel on transom.
External surface in 8 mm thick teak. C-shaped fiberglass settee for 4 people, with cushions. Cockpit table in teak with stainless steel base. Bar cabinet in fiberglass with fridge and sink Four folding chairs in teak. Salon door in tempered glass and stainless steel divided into three sections. Fire extinguisher hose and Co2 fire extinguisher system controls in a storage underneath the staircase to the flybridge. Stainless steel handrail on both sides of the settee. Control panel for the gangway and the hydraulic swim platform, placed in the handrail on portside of the settee. Two stainless steel pillars to sustain the flybridge structure Two stainless steel gates to access the swim platform. Watertight halogen lights on the ceiling. Covers for the settee and the table. Drainage holes.
Azimut logo on each sides of superstructure. External surface in 8 mm thick teak. Two fuel fillers, one on each side of the superstructure. Two box water fillers, one on each side of the superstructure. Stainless steel handrail on bulwark. Howseholes in the bulwark. Two side boarding gates at midship (one each side) Mooring hooks storage in a recess of the superstructure, one each side. Rub rail in rubber and stainless steel on hull sides. Watertight halogen lights on the ceiling and courtesy lights. Mirrored windows in high thickness tempered glass and glued to the superstructure without metal frames. Two watertight doors access to galley on the starboard side of the superstructure and to the wheelhouse on the portside of the superstructure.
Chain storage with drainage. Chain washer through the fire extinguisher hose Two storage lockers for fenders, once each side of the superstructure. Storage locker on bow. Sunbathing cushions area on the superstructure. C-shaped sofa integrated in the superstructure, with cushions and backrest. Watertight halogen lights recessed in the fiberglass placed in the sofa area and in the bow mooring area One teak coffee table with stainless steel base. Two electric wipers for forward windows. Black mesh for the front wheelhouse windscreen Emergency escape hatch from the VIP cabin. Covers for the teak table, sofa and sunbathing cushions.
7. INTERNAL LAYOUT AND STANDARD EQUIPMENT
7.1 Main deck
SALON One three-seat sofa on starboardside. Two two-seat sofas on starboardside, one on aft and one on bow. One coffee table in cherry wood and glass. Two low cabinet with shelves on starboard side. Two table lamps on the low cabinets Low cabinet along the port side TV cabinet for a 42 plasma TV on portside, with hi-lo mechanism. Cabinet on portside in dining area, with shelves, doors and drawers Dining area on bow, with table in cherrywood and glass for 8 people. 8 dining chairs. Cabinet on starboard side in dining area, with shelves, doors and drawers One sliding door panels in cherrywood and fabrics on bow portside to divide the dining area from the wheelhouse Direct light (spotlights) on the ceiling Indirect lights behind the curtains valances Curtain, upholstery, carpet and wooden floor on portside (see: 23. Decor)
GALLEY Galley is separated from the salon and the wheelhouse, with sliding access door from the dining area and with side access door on the superstructure. Top in granite Low cabinets on bow and aft sides, with storage, drawers and appliances. Hanging cabinets on bow and aft sides. Equipment of galley includes: - Four electric burners cooking top (Miele or similar) and Miele extractor, - Miele (or similar) oven, - Miele (or similar) microwave oven, - Miele fridge with single door covered with cherrywood panel (total capacity: 260 lt) - Miele freezer with single door covered with cherrywood panel (total capacity: 100 lt) - Miele (or similar) winecooler
- Miele (or similar) dishwasher, - Stainless steel pot holder. Working top with cooking top and sink Direct lights (halogen spots) on the ceiling Wooden floor
WHEELHOUSE Console in leather and cherrywood. Pilot station includes: - Steering wheel in leather, - main engines control, - main engines and reversing gear gauges, - instruments for navigation (see: 9. Electronics), - intercom - touchscreen, 12, monitoring and controlling: - 220V and 24V electrical systems, - generators overload, - generators, - shore power inlets, - engines room ventilation fans and air extractors, - navigation lights, - windscreen wipers, - anchor winch, - horn, - rudder pump, - fuel pump, - black and grey water pumps; - alarms for fuel tank level, - alarms for fresh water tank level, - alarms for black and grey tanks levels, - alarms for high bilge water level, - alarms for fire extinguisher system placed in engines room, lower deck corridor, crew quarters, master cabin, salon/dining area, galley, wheelhouse, technical area under the wheelhouse. Staircase to lower deck on portside. L-shaped sofa in leather for four people. Table in cherrywood in front of the sofa Helm seat in leather. Storage for flags Main electrical panel. Floor in wood on aft side and in carpet on bow side Curtain and upholstery (see: 23. Decor)
7.2 Lower deck
The cabins are accessible through a corridor placed at the bottom of the staircase in wheelhouse. The storage under the staircases is equipped with a Miele Washer/Dryer unit. Crew quarters are accessible through a separate entrances (hatch on transom from swim platform).
MASTER CABIN (AFT) Double bed with four drawers underneath, mattress, bedspread and pillows. Two nightstands with drawer and shelf. Reading lights Direct lighting on ceiling (spotlight). Two table lamps on the drawers cabinet and on the table on the hullsides Four rectangular windows on each side Two opening portholes. One table in cherrywood equipped as vanity on portside Wardrobe with sliding door, equipped with hanging bar and shelves Cabinet with drawers on starboardside Shelves on port and starboard side on bow bulkhead Safe box Curtains and carpet (see: 23. Decor).
STARBOARD MASTER HEAD Tecma W.C. Shower with steel and glass door, shower column, rain shower on ceiling, doussie grating. Sink. Mirror, shelves, lower cabinet under the sink. Full height storage cabinet with door and shelves Lights on ceiling. LED lights on the sides of the mirror Watertight lights inside the shower Top and backsplash in marble. (see: 23. Decor). Doussie flooring. Opening porthole Venetian blinds.
PORT MASTER HEAD
Tecma W.C. Bidet Tub, closed with plexi doors Sink. Mirror, shelves, lower cabinet under the sink. Lights on ceiling LED lights on the sides of the mirror Top and backsplash in marble. (see: 23. Decor). Doussie flooring. Opening porthole. Venetian blinds.
GUEST CABINS Twin berths with mattresses, bedspreads underneath. One nightstand with drawer. Reading light. Direct lights on ceiling (spotlight). Wardrobe with hanging bar. Cabinets above the bed on hullside Opening porthole. Curtains and carpet (see: 23. Decor).
GUEST HEADS Tecma W.C. Shower with steel and glass door, shower column, central rain shower on ceiling, doussie grating. Sink. Mirror, shelves, lower cabinet under the sink and shelves on aft side. Lights on ceiling LED lights on the sides of the mirror Watertight light in the shower Top and backsplash in marble. (see: 23. Decor). Doussie flooring. Opening porthole Venetian blinds.
Double bed with storage underneath, with mattress, bedspread and pillows. Two nightstands with drawer. Reading lights on nightstands Direct lighting on ceiling (spotlight). Big window on each side, with central opening section. Wardrobe with hanging bar on portside. Wardrobe with shelves starboard side. Hatch on the ceiling. Curtains and carpet (see: 23. Decor).
Tecma W.C. Shower with steel and glass door, shower column, central rain shower on ceiling, doussie grating. Sink. Mirror, shelves ,lower cabinet under the sink, shelves on aft side. Lights on ceiling LED lights on the sides of the mirror. Watertight light in the shower Top and backsplash in marble. (see: 23. Decor). Doussie flooring. Opening porthole Venetian blinds.
7.3 Lower deck Crew quarters
Access through the hatch placed on transom, from the engine room One crew cabin. One captains cabin. One crew head with toilet One crew head with shower. One technical/storage area.
STARBOARD CREW CABIN
Two pulman berths with mattresses, bedspread and pillow. Drawer underneath the lower bed. Nightstand Wardrobe with hanging bar and shelf. Lights on ceiling. Opening porthole. Floor in laminated material, cherrywood color Venetian blind
Single bed with mattresses, bedspread and pillow. Drawer underneath the lower bed. Nightstand Wardrobe with hanging bar and shelf. Lights on ceiling. Opening porthole. Floor in laminated material, cherrywood color Venetian blind
STARBOARD CREW HEAD
Shower. Teak grating Sink. Lower cabinet under the sink.
Mirror Lights on ceiling. Floor in laminated material, cherrywood color
PORTSIDE CREW HEAD
Tecma W.C. Sink. Lower cabinet under the sink. Mirror Lights on ceiling. Floor in laminated material, cherrywood color
8. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
8.1 Main characteristics
The whole system has been carried out according to the RDG Guidelines (94/25/CE Directive amended by 2003/44/CE Directive). The voltages on board are the following: - 220 V a.c. single phase, 50 Hz, for: - power circuits, - lights in the engines room, - neon lights, - electrical outlets; - 24 V c.c. with grounded negative for: - engines starter - emergency circuits, - spotlights, headboards and courtesy lights, - little users, - navigation lights, - electronics. - 12 V c.c. with grounded negative for: - generators starter Electrical wiring is housed in metal or self-extinguishing closed PVC conduits. Electrical wiring is constructed with no flammable materials and with proper cross section related to the use. Principal electrical control panels are installed in: - engines room; Secondary electrical panels are installed in all areas of the yacht. All equipment have ground junctions with adequate cords and braiding of copper with proper cross section. The ground system is the following: - ground system for machinery, sea water intakes, etc.; - ground system for electrical circuits, which joins all control panel grounds and electrical equipment grounds. The ground system is made up by two copper straps all along the length of the yacht, connected to: - aft zincs; - independent porous plates. Dimmered lights for all internal ceiling lights (galley and heads excluded) Additional empty conduits (40 mm of diameter) in the following areas: - One conduit from the roll bar (starboard side) to the technical area under the wheelhouse console - One conduit from roll bar (portside) to the technical area under the wheelhouse console
One conduit from the technical area under the wheelhouse console to the bilge One conduit from the technical area under the wheelhouse console to the ceiling of the engines room One conduit from the ceiling of the engines room to the crew quarters ceiling
8.2 Power sources
GENERATOR Two 27 Kw, 220 V, 50 Hz Kohler generators located in engine room hour meter and mounted on silent blocks. Sound shield boxes, control panel and 12 V d.c. starter with remote starter.
SHORE POWER One 230V, 63A shore inlets placed on transom cal system through a 35kVA 380V/220V transformer. Alternating current power sources run to the main electrical panel in crew quarters lobby provided with voltmeter and frequency-meter for 220 V power grid. Power sources are protected by calibrated fuses and their connection with the line is accomplished by remote control switches. There is a double bar system that spreads current to all users. Each user is singly protected by magneto/thermal switches.
Group of 24V gel batteries of 660 Ah, for lighting, signaling, and little users. Two groups of 24V leaded batteries of 2 x 220 Ah for main engine starter. Two groups of 12 V leaded batteries of 2 x 105 Ah for generator starter. Group of 24V gel batteries of 200 Ah, for emergency. Two 75 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery chargers for service batteries. One 50 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery chargers for main engines starter batteries. One 50 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery chargers for emergency batteries.
One 50 Ah MasterVolt automatic battery chargers for generator batteries. During the navigation one engines alternator will charge the starter batteries. Generators alternators will charge the generators starter batteries
8.3 Lighting system and outlets
Lighting system works with the following voltages: - 220V a.c. for the engines room by mean of neon lights IP66; - 24V d.c. for the engines room emergency lights and for all the other lights 24V cc electrical system is fed by the service batteries. Lighting/plugs of cabins is defined as follows: Master, VIP and guests cabins: - indirect lights on ceiling (with neon) with controls close to entrance door and nightstands; - indirect lights by mean of non-neon lights - lights on ceiling in the head (with halogen spots) with control close to the door; - lights on mirror in the head (with halogen spots) with control close to the mirror; - courtesy lights (halogen); - 220V plugs in the cabin; - 220V plugs in the head. Salon, dining area and galley: - indirect lights on ceiling (with neon) with controls in different areas; - indirect lights by mean of non-neon lights - courtesy lights (halogen); - direct lights (halogen spots) in galley - 220V plugs; Crew quarters: - direct lights on ceiling (with halogen spots) with controls in different areas; - 220V plugs; External areas - Watertights halogen spots on the cockpit ceiling, side walking and flybridge
8.4 Controls and alarms
Voltmeters and ammeters for 220 V system control on touchscreen; Switches on main panel and on touchscreen to connect/disconnect shore power; Lamps on main electrical panel and on touchscreen for generator overload; Control for generator starter on main panel and on touchscreen; Generators bars switching controls on main panel and on touchscreen; Ammeter for service batteries charging and discharging on the main electrical panel and on the touchscreen. Tension, current of charging and tension of discharging of the service batteries on the main electrical panel and on the touchscreen. Tension of charging of the engines starter batteries on the main electrical panel and on the touchscreen. Engine and gearbox alarms on wheelhouse console; High grey water level alarm on main electrical panel and on touchscreen. High black water level alarm on main electrical panel and on touchscreen. High bilge water level alarm on main electrical panel and on touchscreen. Alarm for navigation lights malfunctioning on main electrical panel and on the touchscreen. Navigation lights switch on the main panel and on the touchscreen.
9. ELECTRONICS (Due to the continous updating on the electronics field, the following electronics package may change at any time).
N.1 RAYMARINE BRONZE SPEED N.1 RAYMARINE BRONZE DEPTH
N.2 N.1 N.1 N.1 N.1
MULTIFUNCTION 8.4 LCD COLOR DISPLAY RAYTHEON E 120. DEPTH AND SPEED INDICATOR AUTOHELM ST 290 SYSTEM PACK. AUTOPILOT ST290 PILOT KEYPAD. AUTOHELM ST290 ANALOGUE RUDDER DISPLAY. VHF RAYTHEON RAY 240E DSC CLASS D.
N.1 N.1 N.1 N.1 N.1
MULTIFUNCTION 8.4 LCD COLOR DISPLAY RAYTHEON E 80. DEPTH AND SPEED INDICATOR AUTOHELM ST 290 DATA DISPLAY. AUTOPILOT ST290 PILOT KEYPAD. AUTOHELM ST290 ANALOGUE RUDDER DISPLAY. VHF RAYTHEON RAY 240E REPEATER.
N.1 PATHFINDER OPEN ARRAY ANTENNA 48 4KW. N.1 RAYMARINE VHF ANTENNAVHF. N.1 RAYSTAR GPS ANTENNA 125 WAAS/EGNOS.
10. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Phone system with phone outlets in the following areas (PABX central unit and telephones are not included): - Wheelhouse; - Salon/dining area; - Galley; - Master cabin; - VIP cabin; - Starboard guest cabin; - Port guest cabin; - Crew dinette. Manouvering Intercom system with five stations: - Wheelhouse; - Flybridge; - Engines room; - Manouvering area on bow; - Aft cockpit.
11. ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (Due to the continous updating on the TVs and hi-fi field, the following entertainment system package may change at any time).
42 plasma TV Samsung PS42C96HD hi-lo mechanism for the TV Home theatre Bose Lifestyle 18 - silver 32 LCD TV Samsung LE32R86BD Home theatre Bose Lifestyle 18 - silver 23 LCD TV Samsung LE23R86BD CD/DVD player Yamaha E-700 - silver Two Coral 182 loudspeakers 19 LCD TV Samsung LE19R71B CD/DVD player Yamaha E-700 - silver Two Coral 182 loudspeakers Sony GT-616 CD player Two Coral 182 loudspeakers Two BOSE 131 loudspeakers linked to salon stereo system, through an independent BOSE SA-2 amplifier Two BOSE 131 loudspeakers linked to salon stereo system, through an independent BOSE SA-2 amplifier Two BOSE 131 loudspeakers linked to salon stereo system, through an independent BOSE SA-2 amplifier
12. FIRE ALARM AND SAFETY SYSTEM
Nine portable extinguishers in all the areas of the yacht as follows: - no.1 2kg CO2 extinguisher; - no.3 2kg powder extinguishers: - no.6 1kg powder extinguishers. CO2 centralized fire extinguishing system (FE25 type) in engine room activated with handle placed on the starboard side of the superstructure. Two sea water fire hoses placed as follows: - One in aft cockpit on starboardside - One on bow, in the technical area next to the anchor winch Fire system alarm sensors placed in the following areas: - Engines room - Crew quarters - Master, VIP and guest cabins - Galley - Salon - Wheelhouse - Technical area under the wheelhouse.
13. FUEL SYSTEM
One daily tank and one main tank, placed on bow of the engine room, with a total fuel capacity of 7000 lt (1,848 gals). Each tank is provided with copper breather pipe and electric sensor for level monitoring. Fuel tanks levels are visible on the touchscreen and on the main electrical panel. Fuel filling operation is carried out through inlets placed on each side of the superstructure. 24V fuel pump (65l/min 17 gals/min) for fuel transfer from tanks to day tanks. Pump controls on electrical panels in engine room and on the touchscreen. Racor filters for the pipe that connects day tank, main engines (double filters) and generators (single filters) Stainless steel or rubber flameproof piping.
14. BLACK AND GRAY WATER SYSTEM
GRAY WATER SYSTEM One gray water tank, with a maximum capacity of 650 lt (171 gals). Gray water tank placed at midship, to collect showers, sinks, washbasins, appliances and fancoils discharge. Three collecting tanks for grey water placed as follows: - One in crew quarters to collect the crew head grey waters and crew quarters fancoils discharge - Two at midship to collect master cabin head and fancoils grey waters The tank can be discharged either automatically or manually by means of one 42 lt/min electric pump. The pumps controls is placed on the touchscreen in wheelhouse and on the main electrical panel. Gray water spare pump (not installed) is supplied. PVC piping outside the engines room and copper piping in the engines room.
BLACK WATER SYSTEM Black water tank with 650 lt (171 gals) maximum capacity. WC discharges are piped, under pressure, into the black water tank that can discharge either outboard or ashore by means of a 24 V 42lt/min automatic/manual electric pump placed in the technical area on bow. The pump control is placed on the touchscreen in the wheelhouse and on the main electrical panel. The tank can be discharged at the dock through an outlet placed on aft. Black water spare pump (not installed) is supplied. PVC piping outside the engines room and copper piping in the engines room.
15. BILGE SYSTEM Centralized system with suction in each compartment connected to the main collector positioned in engine room. Separate movable hose suction is linked to main collector. 24 V electrical pump, maximum capacity 160 lt/min (42 gals/min). Emergency manual pump placed in engine room, maximum capacity 24lt/min (6 gals/min). 24 V automatic electrical bilge pumps in engine room, crew quarters and in cabins area. The controls are placed on the touchscreen in wheelhouse and on the main electrical panel Emergency suction in engine room connected to one of the main engines sea water intakes. High water level alarm for each compartment with gauges in wheelhouse. Copper piping.
16. FRESH WATER SYSTEM System can be fed both by structural tank placed midship with a capacity of 1.350 lt (356 gals) and shore connection. Plug for the shore connection on aft transom. Two 24 V electrical pumps positioned in engine room , pump water from structural tank to all users: washbasins, sinks, showers, electrical appliances, aft platform shower and washing deck hose. Watermaker predisposition Two water heater with 80 lt (21 gals) maximum capacity each. WC system is Tecma type, working with fresh water. Fresh water spare pump (not installed) is supplied. Stainless and Unipipe. 17. SEA WATER SYSTEM Four main bronze sea water intakes with valve and filter: two for general utilities and one for each main engine. Sea water fire system with electrical, 24 V, 150 lt/min (39 gals/min) maximum flow rate, connected to two main deck hoses (bow and stern). The pump control is housed in the wheelhouse and in the main electrical panel close to anchor winch and next to the pump itself. Chain washing with sea water supplied by the same pump of firefighting system. Cu-Ni 90-10 piping
18. AIR CONDITIONING, VENTING AND EXTRACTION SYSTEM Cruisair air conditioning 156,000 BTU water recirculation. Fancoils spread in all the following areas (heads excluded) with separate control: - Salon: 2 x 18,000 BTU - Dining area: 1 x 18,000 BTU - Wheelhouse: 1 x 18,000 BTU + 1 x 12,000 BTU - Galley: 1 x 12,000 BTU - Master cabin: 2 x 9,000 BTU - Master head: duct from the cabin - Starboard guest cabin: 1 x 9,000 BTU - Starboard guest head: duct from the cabin - Port guest cabin: 1 x 9,000 BTU - Port guest head: duct from the cabin - VIP cabin: 2 x 6,000 BTU - VIP head: duct from the cabin - Starboard crew cabin: 1 x 6,000 BTU - Port crew cabin: 1 x 6,000 BTU Cooling unit, cooling pumps and recirculation pumps are placed in the engines room. Centralized electric extractor (230 V a.c.) for the master, VIP and guest heads. Engine room venting system through two electric fans ensuring adeguate venting. Air outlet ducts are placed on hullsides. Extractors controls are located on electrical panel in engine room and on touchscreen.
19. ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC SYSTEM One electro-hydraulic unit in the aft technical area for rudders. One electro-hydraulic unit in the aft technical area for gangway, swim platform. One electro-hydraulic unit for bow thruster.
Ceiling, sides and bulkheads of the engine room are completely insulated with absorbent, soundproofing and heat insulated materials. Heat insulation of the superstructure through poliurethanic coating. Main engine discharging ducts are insulated through ceramic composite materials.
21. SAFETY EQUIPMENT (not provided for the U.S. market)
Auto-inflatable life raft for twelve people. Two ring life belts with emergency light. Twelve life jackets. Portable fire extinguishers
Two mooring hooks. Four 25 m (82) mooring lines. One 50mt towing line One 40mt mooring line Eight fenders F4. One box of flares English labelling in engine room. Owners manual
SALON AND WHEELHOUSE
Furniture of salon, dining area and wheelhouse are in cherry wood. Main deck ceilings are in lacquered wood, cherry wood and fabrics. Sliding door in cherrywood and fabrics Hull sides in fabrics with window pillar in leather Floor in wood on portside and in carpet on starboardside. Wheelhouse console in leather and cherrywood. Helm seat in leather. Sofas cushions in leather and structure in cherrywood. Dining chairs in fabrics Roman shades in fabrics. Decorative curtains in fabrics.
Bulkheads are in cherry wood and stainless steel. Counter tops are in marble. Sliding door in cherry wood and fabrics. Ceiling is in cherry and lacquered wood. Doussi flooring. Storage in laminated
STAIRCASE TO LOWER DECK Bulkhead along staircase to lower deck are in cherry wood with fabrics inserts, with steps in carpet with wood trim.
Bulkheads of the cabins are in fabrics with inserts in cherry wood. Headboard are in leather. Ceilings are in cherry, lacquered wood and fabrics. Carpet flooring. Beds and all furniture in cherry wood. Interior of the furniture in natural cedarwood. Roman shades in fabrics. Decorative curtains.
Tops of all heads are in marble. Floors in doussi wood (marble in master head). Bulkheads are in lacquered wood with cherrywood inserts. Ceiling in cherry and lacquered wood. Cabinets are in lacquered and cherry wood. Bulkheads of showers are in lacquered wood with inserts in laminated. Venetian blinds.
Bulkheads are in cherrywood and laminated. Cabinets are in lacquered wood and cherry wood. Head bulkheads in laminated. Ceiling in vinyl with cherry wood and laminated inserts. Floor in vinyl material Venetian blinds in the cabins.
MISCELLANEOUS Accessories and taps for heads and galley, switches and plates, handles, internal and external lights, carpet and fabrics, marbles, woods can be chosen among various samples at clients disposal in the AZIMUT DECOR ROOM, Viareggio (Italy), Via del Porto 23. Eventual changes of decor and equipment must be approved by the shipyard and charged with an extra cost which refers to the following table.
DECOR ED EQUIPMENT Accessories and taps Switches Handles Internal lights: spot, abaut jour, etc. External lights Standard marble* Carpet and fabric
MODELLO OR STANDARD COST
Jazz, Ponsi, Zazzeri, Franke Palagi Olivari, Metalstyle Palagi, BCM Palagi Perlato di Sicilia Cachemire White
Euro 55,00 per m
* Marbles are considered standard if the actual price of the chosen marbles is in line with samples listed above. Difference vs. standard for extra cost will be quoted consequently.
Eventual changes of lay-out will depend on ultimate shipyards approval and they will be quoted consequently.
Azimut reserves the right to modify the charcteristics of its vessels at any time without notice.
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