Boarding Dolphin Way II is seamless with the help of three convenient boarding points; astern, you have a passerelle and on both the port and starboard side are entry gates welcoming you to the spacious aft deck.
The aft deck on the 72' Azimut is where you will begin and end any voyage; the common theme throughout this layout is the social setting each space uniquely provides. With a large U-shaped sofa centerline that is large enough to accommodate eight adults for any meal al fresco. Before entering the salon to port, you have a large wet bar with a refrigerator and a new ice maker.
Entering the salon through a sizeable dual pane sliding glass door creates one massive single-level floor plan from the aft deck through the galley and dining area to the lower helm. With the wide-reaching windows that bring the outside in, it truly is the perfect platform for entertaining. The aft half of the salon is your seating area with a large L-shaped sofa to port and a small sectional to starboard. Forward you have a dining table to the starboard side with a floor-to-ceiling window that will undoubtedly set the ambiance for any dinner occasion. The Dining table is easily serviced by the open galley to the port side and is appropriately equipped with Miele appliances.
Forward of the galley and dining area is the lower helm to starboard that is exceptionally outfitted and will impress the most seasoned captains. Dual helm seats wrapped in a faux ostrich subtly enhance the charismatic character of Dolphin Way II. To the port side and forward of the galley is a quaint dining area comfortable enough to accommodate four adults and the perfect space to enjoy breakfast before your day on the water.
Moving down and forward to the guest accommodations, you're greeted with an abundance of natural light with the atrium-style design.
To the starboard side and aft - the Master suite! A full-beam suite with a centerline king berth. Large hull side windows practically at the waterline give you a picture-perfect perspective as you wake up. The port side of the suite has a respectable amount of storage with the perfect mix of drawers and hanging wardrobes. On the forward bulkhead, you have a large flatscreen concealed by a mirror keeping the room polished. To port, you have a settee for two that doubles as a vanity with panoramic views. Lastly, the ensuite bathroom is nothing shy of impressive and comfortably appointed with his and hers sink and large stand-up shower.
The VIP is all the way forward and features a centerline queen berth and private ensuite head. The walls are lined material, and oak cabinetry continues above the large windows on the port and starboard sides. On the port side, you have access to the head which features a separate stall shower and beautiful vanity with recessed lighting in the mirror.
The port guest stateroom features a queen-size berth with oak cabinetry for storage above the hull windows and a separate cedar-lined locker just forward of the queen berth. The wall material continues throughout this stateroom, along with the beautiful oak woodwork and light-colored carpeting.
The starboard guest stateroom is almost identical to the port. The main difference is that this stateroom has twin berths. In addition, there are oak storage cabinets above the hull windows with a separate cedar-lined locker aft.
As you make your way back outside to the foredeck, it's easy to see why Azimuts are so coveted there use of space is masterful with lounging and seating for ten adults with plenty of room to spare. In addition, an electrically operated clamshell canopy provides shade for the seating and cocktail table. So for the sun lovers, you have plenty of real estate to get all the necessary Vitamin D one could hope.
Following the theme of the dynamic and social layout, the flybridge follows suit and does not disappoint.
On the aft portside section of the flybridge, there is a built-in L-shaped sofa. Adjacent to the couch on the starboard side is a stand-alone outdoor kitchen with a Kenyon grill and a Kenyon two-burner cooktop. Forward and under the hardtop on the starboard side, you have a large wet bar with a serving station, sink, ice maker, and refrigeration. On the port side, you have a large U-shaped lounge with solid teak tables rounding out a variety of places to host the perfect dinner; at the push of a button, open the integrated sun-roof to dine under the stars. Forward of the dining area, you have additional seating equipped with a hi/lo table that converts to a large sun pad. Finally, on the starboard side is the upper helm, a carbon copy of the lower helm.
Ending the walkthrough on the hydraulic swim platform, which can hold a tender or jet ski that is 12'10" in length and up to 900lbs. There is an integrated swim ladder built into the platform and a freshwater hot|cold shower. You have access to the crew quarters that sleep two and the engine room on the port side. On the starboard side, you have access to your lazarette, which hosts a brand new Scotsman ice maker capable of producing 90lbs of ice per day.
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