$1,274,000 USD

OL’ PAL III 55′ 0″ | AZIMUT | 2015

Vessel Details
Condition Used
Year 2015
Beam N/A
LOA N/A
Hull Material N/A
Cruising Speed N/A
Advert Reference N/A
Stock id 31366
Seller Note
Seller Note

OL' PAL III
55' 0" | AZIMUT | 2015
Available for Sale
$1,274,000 USD

2015 Azimut 55S OPEN – Stunning Yacht!

Personality that gets noticed: the main deck is truly unique thanks to its hallmark large glass door. The interiors and exteriors share a common design palette and detailing: teak flooring, sofas, and cushions. Class, inside and out.

Azimut’s styling is unmistakable and it is delivered with such confidence, especially in the S-class range. Look at those angles, the bold, reflective window shapes, that steely “Miami Silver” hull paint. And the bow, snub-nosed in profile, an axe-blade edge. Even the detailing seems daring.

There is plenty going on behind the look-at-me exterior, though. The 55S is about as high-tech as production yachts get, with a superstructure made almost entirely of carbon fiber. She has Volvo Penta’s IPS pod drives, and all the computer wizardry that goes with them. And she has three engines. This one fact tends to overshadow every other aspect of this beautifully appointed cruising yacht, with her zebrano veneers and lush leathers, immaculate finish and excellent interior design.

Step aboard the Azimut 55S. It is in the master cabin that the extra hull volume made available by the shorter engine compartment has really been put to work. It is an L-shaped suite, with a good-size head and shower compartment offset on the port side, which allows the sleeping area to span the full beam of the hull. A big berth (6 feet 5 inches by 5 feet 4 inches) is set on the diagonal, while there is an expanse of floor space and a genuinely useful two-seat dinette to port, by the window. What a great spot for a breakfast in the morning. There is also plenty of stowage, including a large hanging locker and a vast space under the bed, which lifts up on gas struts. Headroom is a reasonable 6 feet 3 inches.The VIP stateroom has something of the feel of an amidships suite, with substantial hull windows, a full-size bed, 6 feet 7 inches of headroom, and two useful hanging lockers.

Notable Upgrades:

Bow thruster
Cockpit cabinet with BBQ, icemaker and trash compartment
Cockpit chair
Cockpit docking-manouvering station
Cockpit table (with hi-low system and sunbathing cushions on 55S)
Co-pilot seat at main helm
Crew Cabin with Air Conditioning
Dynamic positioning system – skyhook
Electric awning for aft cockpit
Electric shade for salon sunroof
Flagpole
Hi-lo system for TV
Led lighting for exterior and interior with dimmers in salon and cockpit
Mosquito nets for potholes
One glendenning cable master
Raymarine Platinum Package
Safe in master cabin
Salon Dinette conversion
Set of linen – Crew cabin
Set of linen (crew cabin excluded)
Sunbathing cushions on bow
Sunroof with glass panels
Teak deck on swim platform
Teak on garage door/second swim platform
Teak on side decks
Telescopic gangway
Two floodlights installed on aft flybridge
Washer-dryer combo unit
Wooden floor in salon, dinette and helm stat
Auto Dynamic trim Volvo interceptor
Chain washing system
Double Racor filters for main engines
Spare conduits connecting engine room/wheelhouse/radar arch
Electric mooring winches in cockpit
Tender hauling-launching system
Decor EXCLUSIVE
Miele appliances (microwave combo and cooktop)
Chaincounter control at main helm
FWD SUNPAD COVER
AFT BENCH SEAT COVER
TABLE COVER
COMPLETE A/V PACKAGE
FWD BENCH SEAT COVER

2015 Azimut 55S OPEN – Stunning Yacht!
Recent oil change and bottom paint job! Complete service in January 2019 completed on the boat at the cost of $22,000.00. New screens, covers for the outdoor sitting areas, complete service on Pods , engines and generator. Bottom of the boat looks brand new. Also replacing the chiller pump.

Personality that gets noticed: the main deck is truly unique thanks to its hallmark large glass door. The interiors and exteriors share a common design palette and detailing: teak flooring, sofas, and cushions. Class, inside and out. Azimut’s styling is unmistakable and it is delivered with such confidence, especially in the S-class range. Look at those angles, the bold, reflective window shapes, that steely “Miami Silver” hull paint. And the bow, snub-nosed in profile, an axe-blade edge. Even the detailing seems daring.

There is plenty going on behind the look-at-me exterior, though. The 55S is about as high-tech as production yachts get, with a superstructure made almost entirely of carbon fiber. She has Volvo Penta’s IPS pod drives, and all the computer wizardry that goes with them. And she has three engines. This one fact tends to overshadow every other aspect of this beautifully appointed cruising yacht, with her zebrano veneers and lush leathers, immaculate finish and excellent interior design.

Step aboard the Azimut 55S. It is in the master cabin that the extra hull volume made available by the shorter engine compartment has really been put to work. It is an L-shaped suite, with a good-size head and shower compartment offset on the port side, which allows the sleeping area to span the full beam of the hull. A big berth (6 feet 5 inches by 5 feet 4 inches) is set on the diagonal, while there is an expanse of floor space and a genuinely useful two-seat dinette to port, by the window. What a great spot for a breakfast in the morning. There is also plenty of stowage, including a large hanging locker and a vast space under the bed, which lifts up on gas struts. Headroom is a reasonable 6 feet 3 inches.The VIP stateroom has something of the feel of an amidships suite, with substantial hull windows, a full-size bed, 6 feet 7 inches of headroom, and two useful hanging lockers.
Notable Upgrades
Bow thruster
Cockpit cabinet with BBQ, icemaker and trash compartment
Cockpit chair
Cockpit docking-manouvering station
Cockpit table (with hi-low system and sunbathing cushions on 55S)
Co-pilot seat at main helm
Crew Cabin with Air Conditioning
Dynamic positioning system – skyhook
Electric awning for aft cockpit
Electric shade for salon sunroof
Flagpole
Hi-lo system for TV
Led lighting for exterior and interior with dimmers in salon and cockpit
Mosquito nets for potholes
One glendenning cable master
Raymarine Platinum Package
Safe in master cabin
Salon Dinette conversion
Set of linen – Crew cabin
Set of linen (crew cabin excluded)
Sunbathing cushions on bow
Sunroof with glass panels
Teak deck on swim platform
Teak on garage door/second swim platform
Teak on side decks
Telescopic gangway
Two floodlights installed on aft flybridge
Washer-dryer combo unit
Wooden floor in salon, dinette and helm stat
Auto Dynamic trim Volvo interceptor
Chain washing system
Double Racor filters for main engines
Spare conduits connecting engine room/wheelhouse/radar arch
Electric mooring winches in cockpit
Tender hauling-launching system
Decor EXCLUSIVE
Miele appliances (microwave combo and cooktop)
Chaincounter control at main helm
FWD SUNPAD COVER
AFT BENCH SEAT COVER
TABLE COVER
COMPLETE A/V PACKAGE
FWD BENCH SEAT COVER
Tender Info
WILLIAMS 285 TURBO JET
ENGINE: WEBER 850MPE
Bow

Anchor chain housing
Chain washing pump system with direct water jet on the chain
DELTA 25 kg anchor
75-meter high-resistance gaged chain, diameter 10 mm
Stainless steel anchor roller
1700 W winch
2 cleats (one per side)
Fore sunbed area with two handrails and forward-facing sofa in GRP
Walk arounds
Refueling plugs – 1 plug per side
Fresh water filling plug, 1 "Water" plug without cover, starboard side
Black water suction points, 1 "Waste" outlet water plug without cover, port side
Intermediate cleats
GRP non-slip floor (knurled)
Cockpit
Aft access via two passages – one from shore (starboard side, where there is the gangway), and the other for platform access (port side)
Saloon door in stainless steel with 4 panels (3 sliding)
Cockpit bench in GRP, built into the deck
Engine room access via cockpit bench, port side
Engine unloading door
Teak floor
Mooring stations
Lighting with watertight spotlights on ceiling
Fire extinguisher controls with protective Plexiglas door
Flexible fender holder in the cockpit bench
Lockers for lines below the mooring stations (1 per side)
Storage locker fore of the cockpit bench (starboard side)
Bottle-holder / cup holder locker on left side
Platform and garage
GRP non-slip floor (knurled)
Tip-up platform acting as door for garage/sunbed platform/ramp for tender haulage
Platform dimensions:
– closed: 845 x 2483mm
– open: 1820 x 2483mm
Shore power socket on the upper port side of the top step, protected by a cover
2 handrails on sides of boarding gates
External shower on port side
Walkway lights on the steps of the cockpit access ladder
Manual telescopic 4-rung swimming ladder in stainless steel, with removable handles located in the garage
Aft rub-rail with stainless steel insert
Courtesy light inside the garage
Garage sized to house a tender measuring:
– max. length 2850mm
– max. width: 1850mm aft, 1750mm fore
– max. height: 900mm
– electric winch for tender: PTG 1000 350W 24V
Wheelhouse Equipment
Helm seat
Compartment for crockery under the seat
Manually operated window
Steering wheel
The wheelhouse includes:
– Engine controls
– Miscellaneous switches (horn, navigation lights, windscreen wipers, etc.)
– 12V cigarette lighter socket
– Raymarine easy cruising system
– 7” Volvo display
– 3 rpm indicators
– 3 engine start/stop keys
Saloon / Dinette / Galley
A single room, with the galley on starboard side
Tip-up flap in galley, to hide the appliances when they are not being used
4-hob range
20-liter microwave oven
1 stainless steel sink
130-liter refrigerator
48-liter freezer
"C"-shaped sofa with 4 seats on port side
Openable hard top (controls in wheelhouse).
Carpeted floor
Saloon door blind
Halogen lighting
Fixed table with storage area in the base
Provision for TV system with aerial
Stainless steel handrail at top of stairs leading down to the cabins
Ceiling and walls covered in fabric
Owner's Cabin

Located midship
Diagonal double bed with headboard on starboard side
Foldaway bed for accessing the large locker below
Shelf beside the bed
Vanity table with armchairs on the left side
Lighting with spotlights and LED strips
2 openable portlights, one per side (rectangular portlight inserted in the window)
Rectangular hull windows
Direct access to head
1 mirror on the vanity table
1 mirror in the wardrobe
Aluminum Venetian blinds on the windows
Fabric bulwark upholstery
Fabric ceiling panels
Carpeted floor
2 wall lights on headboard
2-panel wardrobe with shelves behind the headboard
Walkway lights on the cabin access steps
Sockets
Provision for TV system with aerial

Owners Head
Located forward of the owner's cabin, on port side
Access from owner's cabin
Top and oval washbasin
TECMA toilet
Chromed mixer tap
Separate shower enclosure; flat shower door
Shower column and seat in metallic black ABS
Wall unit with 2 sliding panels above washbasin
Lighting: ceiling light on wall unit, and spotlights in the shower
1 openable portlight with aluminum Venetian blind
Flooring and grating in Zebrano wood
Forced extraction
1 toilet brush holder
2 clothes hooks
1 soap dispenser
1 toilet roll holder
1 towel rail
1 Plexiglas soap dish in shower
VIP Cabin
Located at the bow
Fixed double bed
2 wall units above the side windows
1 wardrobe with hanger bar on port side
1 wardrobe with shelves on starboard side
Shelf on the sides of the bed, against the bulwark
2 under-bed lockers
2 wall lights on headboard
Carpeted floor
Fixed panoramic windows
Rectangular hatchway leading onto fore sunbed area
Aluminum Venetian blinds on the windows
Spotlights
Fabric bulwark upholstery
Ceiling with fabric panels
Direct access to VIP head
Sockets
Guest Cabin
Located on starboard side
2 single beds, fixed
1 central bedside table between the beds
1 wardrobe with hanger bar and shelves
Under-bed lockers
Ceiling with fabric panels
Fabric bulwark upholstery
1 openable round portlight
Aluminum Venetian blind
Carpeted floor
Halogen spotlights lighting
Wall lights on headboard
Guest Head
Positioned abaft of the VIP cabin, on port side
Direct access from the VIP cabin or from the corridor
TECMA toilet
Top in Zebrano wood and oval washbasin
Chromed mixer tap
3-door round shower, not separated
Shower column in metallic black ABS
Wall unit with 2 sliding panels above washbasin
Lighting: ceiling light on wall unit, and spotlights in the shower
1 round openable portlight with aluminum Venetian blind
Flooring and grating in Zebrano wood
Forced extraction
1 toilet brush holder
2 clothes hooks
1 soap dispenser
1 toilet roll holder
1 towel rail
1 Plexiglas soap dish in shower
Crew Cabin
UPGRADE: Air conditioning
Access via rectangular hatchway with lock closure
Located in the fore part of the boat
1 single tip-up bed
1 openable round portlight on starboard side
2 wardrobes (1 on each bulwark)
2 flexible removable bags
Spotlights lighting
1 socket 220V
Crew Head
TECMA toilet
Shower with anti-spray curtain
Shower grating
Washbasin with flexible hose tap for shower
Electric System

Main characteristics:
The voltage levels on board are: 220V – 50 Hz A.C. / 24V (12V for VHF equipment and cigarette lighter socket)
1 QDC1 = Distribution board 24V DC,engine room
1 QDC2 = Auxiliary distribution board 24V DC, engine room
1 QDC3 = Folding panel, guest cabin
1 QAC1 = Main board 120/230V AC, engine room
1 QAC2 = Support distribution board 220V Folding panel, guest cabin
1 HPAC = Utilities control panel 120/230V AC, under the dashboard
1 HPDC = Utilities panel 24V DC, under the dashboard
Steering system = electric, integrated in the IPS drive
Trim tabs = 2 electric trim tabs 24V, 16" x 17" AISI 316
Cockpit utilities panel:
– Service battery cut-out button
– Engine 1 battery cut-out button
– Engine 2 battery cut-out button
– Engine 3 battery cut-out button
– Generator battery cut-out button

Galvanic current insulation
zinc cathodes

Generator
A 3.5 kW – 220V / 50 Hz generator is provided

Shore power sockets
1 service socket 220V – 50A

Batteries
Services: 6 connected batteries, each delivering 12V 90 Ah
Engines: 6 batteries (2 for each engine), each delivering 12V 70 Ah
Generator: 1 battery delivering 12V 70 Ah
Electronic battery charger 60A (220 / 110V)
Battery charger for generator 10A (220 / 110V)
Lighting
AC sockets: EU type
DC sockets: cigarette lighter type (wheelhouse)
24V lighting (halogen)
24V watertight external lights
TV socket in saloon and owner's cabin
Fuel System
2 stainless steel tanks with connections (800 liters each, for a total of 1600 liters).
Electronic level gage
Optical fuel level gage on starboard tank in engine room
3 single settling filters for engines
1 filter for generator
2 refueling plugs on walk arounds
2 vents on bulwark
Remote diesel shut-off (engine and generator) via 24V solenoid valve
Pipe connecting the two tanks to adjust the fuel level
Fuel drawing tap
Fresh Water System
A 590-liter polyethylene tank beneath the floor of the cabin access corridor
Water filling from bow (starboard side)
Level sensor with electronic gage in wheelhouse
1 tank vent on port bulwark
Pressure pump
60-liter Sigmar Compact water heater 220V – 800W in engine room
Hot/cold water line: all heads, galley, external platform shower head; Cold water only in engine room and cockpit cabinet (if fitted).
Fresh water toilet flushing
System that can be isolated by ACORN manifolds
Black Water System
1 175 l tank in polyethylene under VIP cabin's floor
Level sensor (2 levels)
1 tank vent with anti-odor filter on starboard bulwark
1 FEIT PVM 0.2 macerator pump under the guest cabin floor
Suction point from walk around (port side)
Outboard discharge under VIP cabin bed
Tecma toilet (with macerator pump). All the toilets discharge into a tank (including the crew cabin toilet, if envisaged).
Gray Water System
1 175-liter polyethylene tank beneath the floor of the cabin access corridor
Level sensor (2 levels) with alarm indicator in wheelhouse
Water discharge: from tank (automatic / manual) below VIP cabin bed
FEIT membrane pump below guest cabin floor
Sea Water System
Engine cooling system: dynamic seawater intakes integrated in IPS system for port and starboard engines and dynamic seawater intake in keel with ball valve located fore of the port engine which serves the central engine.

Generator cooling system: submerged outlet: 1 dynamic 1" seawater intake with filter and valve

Air conditioning cooling system: submerged outlet: 1 dynamic 1" seawater intake with filter and valve
Chain washing pump: seawater
Ventilation
Head ventilation: 24V forced air extraction in owner's head, and natural intake in VIP head
Engine room:
– Natural air intake through hull bulwark intake (1 per side)
– Forced extraction: with 2 fans 24V (1 per side)
Other Systems

Openable roof: the roof is moved by means of two hydraulic cylinders fixed to the flybridge upper fwd part and activated via a 24V electro-hydraulic control unit located in the engine room. The roof movement is managed with the aid of buttons in the wheelhouse.
Garage door: the garage door is moved by means of two hydraulic cylinders fixed to the deck and controlled via a 24V electro-hydraulic control unit. The control unit for the door is the same one used to control the gangway. The door movement is managed by a panel located on the starboard side of the cockpit bench (gangway access side)
Air Conditioning System
WORLD SPEC water system version
1 compressor in engine room (total 72 kBTU)
1 seawater pump with relevant seawater intake in engine room
Distribution:
– Saloon + Galley + Dinette 2 x 14800 BTU
– Wheelhouse 16000 BTU
– Owner's cabin 12500 BTU
– VIP cabin 12500 BTU
– Guest cabin 6200 BTU
– Crew cabin 4480 BTU
– A/C cut-out in owner's head

LENGTH 55' 0"
BUILDER AZIMUT
MODEL Motorboat
BEAM 15' 7"
DRAFT 3' 9"
YEAR BUILT 2015
ENGINES 3 x IPS 600 Volvo
LOCATION Fort Myers, Florida, United States

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