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[ENG] AZIMUT 77S – Evaluation – The Boat Demonstrate





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21 comments

  1. Perfect size

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  2. $700,000 per year to own- you would need engineer and captain

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  3. It would be a miracle

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  4. ɪᴛ ᴡᴏᴜʟᴅ ʙᴇ ᴀ ᴍɪʀᴀᴄʟᴇ

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  5. It would be a miracle and such a blessing.

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  6. one day one must own one of these. its my dream

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  7. Does it need a crew or it can be sailed without a crew?

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  8. no microwave?

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  9. If it has a 15000 liters of fuel, at 25 knts you can go continuously about 2 days that makes the range of this boat about 1200 NM. However, I doubt that it has that big fuel tank.  Addendum: I checked the Azimut website. 77S has a 4000L fuel tank standard. which makes the range 333 NM at 25 knts.

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  10. Nice finishing but think I'm sticking with a Pershing 74

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  11. Whats not to like about the Azimut 77S — Well, the seating on the bridge could be a little better arranged. But other than that this is an awesome cruiser.

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  12. Commentator keeps saying 'Petrol' but Volvo Penta D13-900 are diesel engines! Well mine are!!

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  13. Looking for a producer that can make beats like this

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  14. At the end of video it's a Kuwait flag 🇰🇼 ❤️

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  15. good viedos

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  16. What is the range and price for that beautiful yacht?

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  17. How much?

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  18. it looks like a LAZZRA LSX  model

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  19. i would need to sell my house to fill it with gas

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  20. i in miami fla in us but i like to no is it 3 million us $ ?

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  21. Great job Azimut for using the Volvo Penta IPS system. It amazes me how many boat builders continue to lack behind and continue to release new ships that still use straight shafts. How can you argue with increased performance, a 20% gain in fuel economy and the added advantages of being able to use smaller engines? I would however like to see them use the complete IPS system including the IPS glass cockpits (with larger touch screens). I especially loved that there was a tender garage in this unit as there is nothing worse than having to leave your expensive tender sitting on a swim platform or on the fly.  

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