Miami Beach ,
Everything on Azimut 66 is amplified: more space and unparalleled liveability offered by the largest Flybridge in its category.
Azimut 66 raises the bar for excellence to the next level and is set to become a new icon in its category. In the spacious sun lounging area in the bow, the spectacular view of the open sea reaches out to the horizon and beyond into infinity. Ample space and soft lounging cushions provide the ideal vantage point from which to enjoy the sun or relax in the shade of the bimini.
Down below, the Azimut 66 is surprisingly generous with space, offering four cabins served by three heads with separate showers. The owner’s cabin has panoramic windows, plenty of storage space, and a private dinette, guaranteeing total comfort and relaxation. In the bow, the VIP cabin offers guests the utmost comfort and liveability, with big windows, fine detailing, and extensive storage space.
The space inside the 66 Fly, reveals as much about her as the feeling one has while driving her from the flying bridge helm. She’s a combination of different elements. And the possibilities one enjoys are limited only by the vision of the beholder.
|66' (20.12 meters)
For more information about this vessel, please contact Mike Kiely.
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A well-rounded boater and water sports enthusiast, Mike grew up on powerboats, owned a sailboat and center consoles, and cruised on sailing catamarans. He raced custom-built jet skis in New York, and some of his races were featured on ESPN. Mike also sailed ice boats on the Great South Bay in Long Island at 50mph. Mike took up sailing in his 20s, becoming the first sailor in his family. He owned a 40-foot classic, wooden sailboat for five years. Mike sailed it for year and then completed a three-year restoration before selling it. Mike's insider advice, in-depth knowledge of the purchasing process and a commitment to his clients extends well after any deal is closed. Mike now leads a team of brokers at the Denison Miami, Florida office, located at Miami Beach Marina.