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Joubert-Nivelt JFA 84
84' / 25.75m

France
AZIZAM
Built to cruise the worlds oceans quickly, comfortably and safely. AZIZAM has managed ths several times over including trips off the beaten path as far as 80deg North! AZIZAM is the ultimate platform in the market at this size range for a world of adventure.
Flag of Registry: United States
NOT FOR SALE TO US RESIDENTS WHILE IN US WATERS
Catamaran
Sail
Used
Diesel
Epoxy Composite Hull
HIN/IMO: 71248
Vessel ID# 2784871

FEATURES:

Tenders: AB 4.3m tender with Mercury 40Hp outboard
Date Listed: 10/07/2021
$2,677,135 USD
€2,495,000 Euros
CA$3,562,455 CAD
£2,182,956 GBP
Description

AZIZAM was originally designed and built as a yacht with fine finish and sailing performance. Her elegant lines and generous rig plan delivered the design brief in spades. Her exterior was styled by Pierre Jacques Kubis.


EXTERIOR


Aft Deck:

Comfortable and well protected from the elements, AZIZAM´s aft cockpit has dining on starboard side, a large central sofa and lounging sofas on the port side. 

Twin helms port and starboard give great sensation and visibility while sailing. 


Foredeck:

Lounging in the trampoline´s while underway is another unforgettable AZIZAM experience.

There are also two large storage lockers for spare sails, lines and fenders ahead of the mast.


Beach Club:

Unlike many other catamarans, AZIZAM´s port transom opens hydraulically to allow easy boarding from the tender and also acts as a large beach club/swim platform.



INTERIOR:

Interior and naval architecture was by Joubert-Nivelt. The interior is fashioned from moabi wood and the walls are panelled in white lacquer. 


Main Salon/dining:

Spacious and comfortable saloon with dining (8-10pax) on starboard side and sofas for 6-7 pax on port. Bar forward (with possibility of 3-4 stools) has industrial glass washer. 

Nav Station with chart table looking forward, slightly offset to port. All nav equipment at hand including Radar, GPS, DSC VHF, Plotter, etc.

TV LG 125cm with Bose sound system, DVD player + TNT, Internet 4G


Galley:

The galley has been newly finished with non-skid, synthetic flooring. There are two large stainless fridges, a large stainless freezer and further underfloor trunk freezers. There are twin, galley sinks, electric oven with 5 burner gas hob stove and extractor. 


Accommodation:

The master cabin, located in the port, aft hull, a beautifully finished master cabin with walk-around double bed (200x160). Flooded with natural light from seven different hatches and hull windows. Writing desk, drawers, ¾ length wardrobes with tonnes of storage. Ensuite with large, separate shower. Flat screen TV and Radio. 


Two guest cabins, the VIP double (200x160cm) cabin located in starboard aft hull with ensuite and large shower.

Guest port forward. Split, twin beds 205cm x 160-130cm with ensuite and shower cubicle.


 The crew cabin is starboard forward. Split twin beds 205cm x 160-130cm with ensuite and shower cubicle 





Data Sheet
LOA 84' (25.75 meters)
Type sail
Year 2004
Beam 38'
LWL 78'
Draft Max 4'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Epoxy Composite
Engines

Engine 1

I D 107709
Hours Date 11-22-2021
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Year 2004
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 150.00

Engine 2

I D 107710
Hours Date 11-22-2021
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Year 2004
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 150.00
Generators

Generator 1

I D 5659
Generator Make Cummins Onan
Generator KW 0.00

CONTACT US

For more information about this vessel, please contact Sean McCarter.
We look forward to working with you!

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Sean McCarter

Yacht Broker
Edificio Dux Calle Porto Pi 4, 1
Palma de Mallorca Baleares 07015 Spain
Office: +34 971 707 900
Cell: +34 679 897 108
Email: sean.mccarter@northropandjohnson.com
Website: https://www.northropandjohnson.com

Northrop & Johnson Yacht Broker Sean McCarter has worked in the marine industry for more than 15 years. He has experience skippering both sail and motor yachts as well as a deep-seated passion for racing. He also has a bachelor’s degree in applied marine science.

Sean circumnavigated the world twice, and during the Clipper Race in 2014 made global news headlines for rescuing a crewmember who went overboard in a storm in the middle of the North Pacific.

Sean is currently a race skipper and project manager for several international race campaigns in addition to working as a yacht broker for Northrop & Johnson in the Palma office.