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This 2016 Azimut 76 Magellano is the trawler redefined.
Featuring Azimut's unique styling and finshes, this long-range cruiser is the ultimate in comfort and luxury.
Captain-maintained since new, she features twin MAN engines with only 502 engine hours.
Options include Seakeeper Stabilizer, Hydraulic Stern Thruster, (2) Glendinning CableMasters, video-cameras in cockpit and engine room, electric awning in aft cockpit, underwater lighting, teak flooring on flybridge, and wooden floor in entry lobby and wheelhouse.
Located at Pier 66 Marina
FEATURED AT PBBS March 22-25
Please contact James Corts #239-253-2984 to schedule your private tour
-n°1 Electric vetroceramic hob with four burners and air extractor
-n°1 Pot holder in stainless steel
-instrumentation for main engines and gear box
-electronics for navigation (see Electronics)
-bow thruster controller
-Humphree interceptor controller
-12” touchscreen display
-controllers for: generators’ connection/disconnection, ground plug connection/disconnection, bar opening/closing, navigation lights, wipers, bow anchor winch, chain washer, horn, intruders and relation position’s indicator, rudder pump, naphtha discharging pump, waste water pump, engines and gear box alarm, alarm for the wrong activity of the navigation lamps, waste water tank high level alarm, bilge high level alarms, fire extinguisher alarm for the engine compartment
INTERNAL LAYOUT / LOWERDECK MASTER CABIN
GUESTS CABIN (1) STARBOARD SIDE AND (1) PORT SIDE
AFT CREW QUARTERS ON THE LOWER DECK
CREW CABINS (1) PORT SIDE (1) STBD SIDE
The voltages on board are the following:
Electrical wiring is housed in metal or self-extinguishing closed PVC conduits. Electrical wiring is constructed with no flammable materials and with proper cross section related to the use. In the standard supply two extra conduits 40mm diameter from the hard top to the technical panel under the wheel house.
The main control panels are located in the aft quarter’s lobby and in the wheelhouse. Secondary electrical panels are installed in all areas of the yacht.
All equipment has ground junctions with adequate cords and braiding of copper with proper cross section.
One ground system has the following functions: ground system for machinery, sea water intakes, etc..; ground system for electrical circuits, which joins all control panels and electrical equipment. The ground system is made up by two copper straps all along the length of the yacht, connected to 2 aft zincs
POWER SOURCES GENERATORS
N° 2 20kW Kohler 220V/60Hz/ single phase generators, with 20 kW/20kVA/cosj = 0.8 power located in the engine room, hour meter and mounted on silent blocks, sound shield boxes, control panel and 12 V d.c. starter
N° 2 63A 220V shore plugs, located on transom, each connected to on board electrical system with a galvanic insulator
Service and emergency batteries: n° 1 group of gel batteries 540Ah a 24Vcc, located in the cabinet underneath the helm station, for part of the lighting, signaling, little users, and emergency.
n° 1 group of leaded batteries with 200Ah a 24Vcc for starting main engines. These batteries are high instant zap capacity.
n° 2 groups of leaded batteries with a total capacity of 105Ah a 12Vcc. each one for generators starter. These batteries are high instant zap capacity.
Two 24Vcc/75A automatic Mastervolt battery charger for service batteries
One 24Vcc/25A automatic Mastervolt battery charger for main engines starting batteries
One 12Vcc/25A automatic Mastervolt battery charger for generators starting batteries During navigation, engines alternators will charge each engine starter batteries
During navigation, genset alternators will charge each genset starter batteries.
LIGHTS AND SOCKETS
220V a.c. for the engines room and technical areas made by IP65 lamps
24V c.c. for internal lights, the engines room emergency lights and for all external lights
internal lights are LED; external lights are LED or Halogen
RAYMARINE E95 - 9’’ radar/chart plotter
RAYMARINE I70 multifunction display
RAYMARINE PT70R autopilot
RAYMARINE VHF RAY 240E DSC classe D
COMPASS White Star BP2.
RAYMARINE E95 - 9’’ radar/chart plotter
RAYMARINE I70 multifunction display
RAYMARINE PT70R autopilot
RAYMARINE VHF RAY 240E KIT 2nd STATION COMPASS Zenith BZ1/3-143.
N° 1 Antenna PATHFINDER OPEN ARRAY 48” 4 Kw
N° 1 ANTENNA RAYMARINE VHF (V/067)
N° 1 Antenna GPS RAYSTAR 130
N. 5 e/pumps 24Vcc (90lt/min to 5m H2O) bilge positioned to cover each compartment (1 x crew area, 1 x engine room, 2 x owner cabin, 1 x bow area). The pumps’ controllers and alarms are located in the wheelhouse on the “touch screen” and on the main electrical panel.
Emergency suction in engine room, connected to the starboard engine sea intake
Copper and pvc-c pipes.
FIRE ALARM AND SAFETY SYSTEM
N° 12 portable extinguishers in all the areas of the yachts as follow:
n° 3 2 kg C02 extinguisher
n° 6 1 kg powder extinguishers
n° 3 2 kg powder extinguishers,
Centralized fire extinguishing system (FM200) in engine room
n° 1 extinguisher cylinder w/ handle for activation
electronic box 12/24Vcc to stop air extractor in engine room, fuel decanting pump, generators and main engines
Alarm fire system in the helm station with sensor located in engine room.
Two sea water fire hoses: one placed in the cockpit cabinet starboard side, one placed in the chain storage at bow
N° 2 tanks in GRP, located midship: 7.500 l. total capacity (5250 l Main tank, 2250l daily tank). Each tank is provided with stainless steel AISI 304 breather pipe and electric sensor for level monitoring.
Fuel tanks levels are visible on the touchscreen and on the main electrical panel. Double racor filters for engines, Racor filter for generators.
Fuel filling operation is carried out through inlets placed on each side of the superstructure connected with the structural tank only.
The decanting between the structural tank and the daily tanks can be realized through e/ pump (75lt/min to 7m H2O) or the emergency manual pump (24lt/min to 30m H2O)
The decanting e/pump controllers are in the main helm on the “touch screen” and on the principal electrical panel.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
System can be fed by the tank placed at bow (capacity:1400 lt) or by the shore connection on stern.
Two e/pumps, one 220V (55lt/min), one 24V (55lt/min), pump water from tank to all the sinks, showers, bidet, galley and fly’s sinks, electrical appliances.
Water heater with 100lt (26,8 US gls) maximum capacity, placed in VIP cabin bilge WC flushing.
Active carbon filters on the shore water connection
Level monitoring on touch screen and on main electric panel
Predisposition for water maker
GREY AND BLACK WATERS SYSTEM
The two systems are structured as follows:
n° 1 tank 1450 lt (381US gls) for both grey and black water, placed forward of the fuel tank to collect showers, bidet, sinks, appliances (washer, dishwasher..) fancoils and WC discharges. The tank is provided with breather pipe, no-smell strainer, and with electric level sensor
The tank’s emptying comes manually outboard through n° 1 e/pump 230 Vac (45lt/min to 9m H2O). Pump controls are in the main electric panel and in the motronica.
The tank’s emptying comes out ashore also through the dedicated hose placed aft on the transom.
Two collecting tanks for grey water are placed as follows:
one in the crew area to collect shower, sink, fancoil and washer discharge
one in the owner cabin to collect shower, sink, bidet, fancoil and galley sink discharge
SEA WATER SYSTEM
Six main bronze sea water intakes with valve and filter: n° 2 for generators, n° 2 for engines, n° 1 for the sea fire extinguisher manual pump and the air conditioning unit e/pump, n° 1 for the main sea fire extinguisher e/pump and for water maker predisposition.
Sea water fire system made up of an E/P 220V (180lt/ min to 14m H2O ), placed in the technical area, engine room and connected to n° 2 hoses on main deck, one at bow and the other one at aft. The pump control is located in the main electric panel, in the main helm, on the fly and on starboard side of the superstructure area.
Part of the main engines cooling water is used to cool gear box, the shaft seals, the bow thrusters oil and the raisers for gas discharge
Chain washing with sea water supplied by the same pump of firefighting system.
AIR CONDITIONING, VENTILATION, AND EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Water circulation A/C conditioning system with two compressor chiller units placed in the engine room. Fan-coil displaced in every part of the boat, with independent controller of the temperature.
salon/galley: 3 x 12.500btu/h fancoil wheelhouse: 2 x 16.000btu/h fancoil owner cabin: 2 x 9,200btu/h fancoil
starboard guest cabin: 1 x 9.200btu/h fancoil port guest cabin: 1 x 6.200btu/h fancoil
VIp cabin: 2 x 6.200btu/h fancoil Crew lobby: 1 x 6.200btu/h fancoil Crew cabins: 2 x 4.480btu/h fancoil
Centralized electric extractor (max 200m3/h) for the guest heads, set by n° 1 E/Extractor, controlled through the ignition of the light of each head.
Centralized electric extractor for the secondary electrical panels, set by n° 1 E/Extractor (max 260m3/h),
Electric extractor for the crew head and aft technical area, set by n° 1 E/Extractor (max 600m3/h), controlled through the ignition of the lights.
Electric extractor for the windscreen demisting system, set by n° 1 E/Extractor (max 600m3/h) The ventilation of engine room works through natural ventilation and n° 2 E/Extractors (220V max 5460m3/h).
MAIN ENGINES EXHAUST SYSTEM
AISI 304 exhaust piping with AISI 316L raisers, built according to engines manufacturer prescriptions.
Generators exausts on the hull sides
One electro-hydraulic unit for rudders, 24Vcc
One electro-hydraulic unit for gangway and swimming platform, 220 Vac/24Vcc
One pump connected to the starboard main engine for the bow thruster, provided with 50lt oil tank and heat exchanger
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.