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2006 Azimut 68S

Long Island, New York


From the dock to the open sea and back again, it is impossible not to be impressed by Azimut’s achievement with the 68S.  It is like a stunning thoroughbred, with powerful Man 1360hp powerplants always straining at the bit to get out into open spaces and ride like the wind.  It represents a tour de force of design and on account of its distinctive profile can not be confused with any other sport yacht.  A full beam's width master stateroom is a sanctuary and from the inside - looking out from the owner’s amidships stateroom, you feel you’re part of the seascape.

The windows and open spaces create an utterly distinctive external signature for the Azimut 68S, and for this builder that was almost more important than giving the owner a nice view. Azimut, after all, doesn’t want you to forget that it was the one to come up with the idea of topside windows in the first place.

The 68S may be technically a hardtop, but you wouldn’t necessarily know it, because an enormous area of roof slides away to open up some 65 square feet of sky—an effect that has been achieved by simply dividing the sliding section into folding panels that stack, accordion-style, and tuck in neatly behind that spaceship radar arch.  The versatility here and in the expansive cockpit allows for a genuine open transitional space between the outside and luxurious interior.

There is no dispute that the 68S is at its most rich and stunning in the preferred red which was the designer's first choice.  This is a prime example of same.  Soft goods and electronics both have had upgrades and the boat is running to spec mechanically making for a comfortable transition to her new owner.

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Basic Boat Info

Price: $649,900 (Sale Pending)
Make: Azimut
Model: 68S
Year: 2006
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Designer: Stefano Righini
Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 68 ft
Length Overall: 68 ft
Beam: 17'1 ft
Dry Weight: 72,576 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Man
  • Model: 12V CRM
  • Drive Type: V
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 1,360hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 2006
  • Engine Hours: 1175
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Man
  • Model: 12V CRM
  • Drive Type: V
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 1,360hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 2006
  • Engine Hours: 1175
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 2,720hp


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 845 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 251 gal


Heads Count: 3
Drive Type: V
Boat Class: Motor Yachts, Express Cruiser


Peter Atlas
Long Island Marine Group


Long Island Marine Group
81 Ft. Salonga Road W.
Northport, New York, US, 11768

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Steering System
Joystick Control

The salon is ample and very bright and is on the main deck in order to "live" the sea and the sun from a 360° angle, nevertheless in case of bad weather it is protected by a hard sliding top, ample windows and the tempered glass bulkhead astern. Because of this arrangement, the yacht is not a real open yacht but rather a "coupé" of the sea. Belowdecks, the staterooms are far from the galley and have separate access to the salon - a special feature hardly found on yachts of this size and which offers total privacy.

By choosing to use a V-Drive transmission and to fit the engine room astern, the architect could design very ample and comfortable staterooms. The master stateroom, located amidships and covering the full beam of the yacht, was created for an intimate feeling of the sea, as a matter of fact the waves seem to break on the bed. The architect Carlo Galeazzi created the area belowdecks with a somber décor and highly contrasting hues: clear fabrics and dark wengé wood create an almost severe minimalism in the salon, brightened up by colored silk bed covers and settees in the staterooms.

The salon, with access door to the cockpit in tempered glass, is fitted to port with a sofa on the bulkhead, an armchair and several settees that may turn into low tables: one of them may be directed toward the cockpit and when the door is open may be used as settee for the outside table. Opposite, to starboard, there is a sofa for three persons and a wengé wood and crystal glass dining table at the foot of which is housed the 30" LCD TV screen. Flooring is in wengé wood and carpet. The salon especially features a hard, transparent top that may be electrically opened to ventilate the bright salon. Forward, the stairway to port leads to the staterooms and the adjacent stairway to starboard leads to the galley. Belowdecks, forward, there is a VIP stateroom with double bed and en suite head accessed from the stateroom as well as along the corridor. Opposite is the service area with washing and drying machine. Amidships is the ample owner stateroom with double bed fitted along the diagonal. Astern is the dinette with six nice square windows. The head includes an elegant shower stall in tempered glass with a stainless steel grabrail and hot and cold water faucets


"The line between inside and outside has never been subtler"

  • Four sliding glass panels (fold into one)
  • Finished in Wenge Wood with Aluminum inserts
  • Dining area folds and converts to pop up plasma TV
  • 32" pop up plasma TV
  • Surround Sound
  • Roof opens electronically over 2/3 of Salon
  • Side Windows open electronically
  • Sofa, Chair and Ottoman finished in rich fabric and leather
  • Wenge wood floors
  • Carpet inserts in floor
  • Carpet runner
  • Cruisair A/C Control
  • Storage drawers and cabinets

Fully appointed with high tech interior, appliances and accessories....hidden when needed from the main deck through access down a special stairway.   The galley isseparated access, very aseptic and minimalist. It is fitted with a ceramic stove with four hobs, two sinks in the corner, microwave oven and grill, 71-gallon refrigerator, extractor, pantry under the access stairway and the typical Azimut cabinet with drawers for plates and cookware.

  • Located on intermediate deck between main deck and staterooms
  • Privacy divider from Salon
  • Porthole which opens
  • Lots of Storage
  • Wenge cabinets and Wenge floor
  • 4 Burner Stove top
  • Stainless Steel countertops
  • Two Stainless sinks
  • GE convection/microwave oven
  • Refrigerator with 3 lower freezer doors

Master Stateroom
The unexpected sense of space isn't the only surprise you'll find in the master stateroom...Sun, Sea, Moon...Views of all can be enjoyed here in this spacious and luxurious suite.

  • Full beam master
  • Large berth on an angle to port
  • Custom bedding and decor
  • Large dinette with two booth style seats with coordinating fabrics
  • Six large square windows located port and starboard
  • Flat screen TV
  • DVD Player
  • Cruisair A/C
  • Stereo speakers
  • Reading lamps
  • Lots of storage/hanging lockers

VIP Stateroom

  • Centerline queen berth
  • Two side portholes which open
  • Ensuite head
  • Large hanging wardrobe, shelves and full length mirror
  • Hatch
  • Toshiba flat screen TV
  • Reading lights
  • Cruisair A/C control
  • Storage underneath berth

Guest Stateroom

  • Located to port, with two side by side twin berths
  • Private entrance to guest head
  • Spacious wardrobe area
  • Toshiba flat screen TV
  • DVD player
  • Roman blinds for window
  • Cruisair A/C control

Master Head

  • Wenge wood, stainless steel and glass interior
  • Storage
  • Wenge wood floor
  • Separate stall shower
  • Large mirror
  • Tecma Head

Guest Heads

  • Both have direct ensuite access from VIP and guest staterooms
  • Stainless, glass and Wenge wood interior
  • Porthole
  • Tecma Head system
  • Shades for portholes

Captain's Quarters

  • Located in portside cockpit area
  •  Sleeping Berth w/ air conditioning
  •  MSD



Mechanical and Deck Equipment

Helm station: practical and sporty, to port of the salon, with adjustable mocha leather armchairs; the wheel is in wood and steel, the analog instruments have chrome bezels.

Main Deck

  • Teak platform
  • Teak Cockpit and walkways
  • Stern sunpads with backrests
  • Retractable Electric Bimini roof over cockpit
  • Transom Shower
  • Cockpit settee and Teak Table
  • Cockpit settee cover
  • Forward deck sunpads with adjustable head rests and covers, and cupholders
  • Tender garage
  • Crew quarters accessible through aft deck
  • Swim lifting platfor which can hold a jetski
  • Wet bar, Grill Sink, small refrigerator, icemaker
  • Storage locker
  • Electric Hydraulic Gangway

Helm Station

  • Innovative Joystick Steering system
  • Bow Thruster and Stern Thruster
  • Folding hardtop over helm station
  • Rich leather helm and companion seats
  • Mooring sensors
  • Radar/Plotter/GPS w/10" LCD Color Monitor
  • Raymarine RL85 CRC
  • Adjustable Steering Wheel

Engine/Mechanical/Electronic Equipment

  • Electrical System 220/110V - 60 HZ
  • 220/110V - 50 Amp Shore Power Inlet and Cable
  • 23KW Kohler 60 HZ Generator w/Racor fuel filter and Exhaust water separator
  • Tropical Cruiseair 90,000 BTU with SMX Controls
  • Racor Fuel Filters
  • VHF with US Channels
  • TV/Phone Dockside Connections w/US Fitting
  • Shore Water Connections
  • Bilge Pumps
  • Bilge water Discharge through engine
  • Navigation Lights
  • Washer and Dryer
  • Jabsco Electric Searchlight Forward on Windshield
  • US TV Inlet and Double Inlet
  • Hydraulic Steering pump
  • Tecma Head System
  • Navigation Lights
  • KVH Trac SAT TV 
  •  Underwater Lights
Navigation and Operational Controls

Notable Navigation and Electronical Equipment include:

Sea Energy Joystick controller

Fly by wire electronic controls

Raymarine touchscreen Chartplotter/GPS/Radar (2019)

Raymarine S100 Remote autopilot controller

Engine control levers

Engine control panel complete with acoustic and optical alarms

Engine electronic ignition keys with start and stop buttons,

Generator control (in galley control panel)

Air intake and fan control switches


Anchor winch control

Trim tab controls with indicators

Windshield wiper-washer controls

Switches for: opening side windows, Chain wash down, Instruments lights, Horn, Alarm test, Navigation lights, Alarms shut-off, Bilge pump control

Alarms for: Bilge water, Grey water tank high level, black water tank high level, Navigation lights, Anchorage lights, Shore sockets, Service batteries, Engine batteries, Chain washdown, Hydraulic until oil level, platform, bathing ladder 

Rudder angle indicator
 Fuel level gauge
 Fresh water tank level gauge
 Rev. counter/hour counter
 Starboard and port engine coolant temperature gauge
 Starboard, port engine and marine gear oil pressure gauge
 Chain meter counter
 12v lighter socket
 Alternator ammeters and battery charger


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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