This beautiful and extremely well equipped 50' Magellano is in As New condition and presently stored in a heated building for the winter. The equipment list goes on forever, but she has every option including Sea Keeper Gyro Stabilizer, Wesmar Fin stabilizers, Watermaker, Swim platform lift with Tender, Passarelle, Bow thruster, Raymarine electronics, Teak decks and much more! She has the 3 stateroom/2 head layout with lower dinette and powered with Cummins QSB 5.9 Diesels with just over 500 hours. Owner has purchased a larger boat and wants this one sold now! All reasonable offers considered and encouraged. She is ready to cruise the Med!
Two boat owner and motivated! All reasonable offers considered....
Contact listing broker Dick Phillips for further information or to arrange a showing. (561) 346-1616
Anyone familiar with Azimut yachts will do a double-take when they see the name plate on the Magellano 50'. She is something completely different from the company's standard line. But this yacht has a different mission then her racier sister ships! She's a bonafide cruising yacht and long-legged enough to go anywhere that doesn't involve crossing an ocean. Her modest power, twin Cummins 425HP common-rail diesels are fuel efficient, and when throttled back will cary her more than 1,000 sea miles. She was designed by Bill Dixon with a "Dual mode" hull. Most hulls are designed to run efficiently at a particular speed, so creating one to be economical across a range of speeds took creativity. Dixon combined a sharp bow for soft ride and precise steering with a rounded midsection for stability at displacement and semi-displacement speeds. She has shallow dead rise aft combined with wide chines that lift the hull onto plane as speed increases. Prop tunnels allow for shallow shaft angle for added efficiency. They refer to the hull as dual-mode because she actually has two optimal cruise speeds. She functions ably as a full-displacement vessel at 6-7 knots but can also cruise in semi-displacement mode at around 18 knots. And at either speed, she positively sips fuel! At 6 knots she burns only 2.3 gallons per hour, and at 18 knots, she uses only about 40. And those relatively diminutive Cummins diesels serve a twofold purpose. They not only keep her efficient, but they also leave a lot of space in the engine room for easy maintenance and repairs. There is even enough space for the Seakeeper gyro stabilizer aft ($127,000 option).
Her onboard features don't disappoint. The salon comprises the main indoor entertainment area. It features excellent natural light and views since its almost completely surrounded by large windows., a feature which guests will surely appreciate in the more exotic locales that the Magellano was designed to visit. The space also features innovative stowage areas littered throughout the interior that are ideal for more ambitious cruises. An aft galley makes al fresco dining very enjoyable. A 32" flat screen TV in the after part of the salon cranes out on a pivot so it is viewable from the aft deck.
Down below the Magellano comes with three staterooms. Of note is that the amidships master with its athwartship berth, and the forepeak VIP are very similar in size, which should keep cruising couples happy. The main difference is the master has an en suite head, while the VIP has private access to a head it shares with the rest of the deck.
Topside, as you might expect from an Italian boat, the Magellano is built for people who enjoy spending time in the sun. The Bridge is ready to party with a dining settee to port, a barbecue, sink and refrigerator. One of the coolest features is an outdoor shower built in to the radar arch!
The foredeck also includes an entertainment area featuring two bench seats and ingenious storage lockers. This feature, somewhat of a rarity on a 50- footer. An ideal place though to chill out no matter where you decide to cruise.
Azimut employs State Of The Art technology in building the Magellano 50. Her principal fiberglass components are resin-infused to minimize fumes and air pollution. All woods used on board are certified by the Forest Stewardship council to come from Eco-sustainable sources. Her glass surfaces are coated with an anti-UV film to reduce heat exchange and minimize energy used for below decks climate control. Her lighting is LED to save power. In short, the Magellano 50 is about the most environmentally friendly yacht out there. and she is certified Green Plus By RINA (Royal Institute of Naval Architects).