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Always used in the primarily fresh waters of the northern Chesapeake Bay, this Azimut 51 Atlantis has a strong service history, countless upgrades, and is ready for immediate delivery to its new owner. The boat is stored in the water for the winter to facilitate an easy winter survey and sale.

A true feat of Italian engineering, the 51 Atlantis features a flush and open cockpit, tender garage, three staterooms, and lower salon with a dinette , something no other yacht in its class can offer. A hydraulic platform , along with tender garage , keeps the tender out of sight but also allows for easy deployment when ready to use. The single cockpit sole feels massive, with plenty of seating and lounging space. Below deck, three staterooms will sleep six comfortably, with the starboard side stateroom acting as a true second master.

With Volvo IPS 800s , the transmission is smooth, quiet, and efficient, allowing the boat to reach speeds of 32 knots in comfort and relative quiet. The IPS system has quickly outpaced all other pod systems as the most robust and reliable system available. The joystick features surgical precision, taking the stress out of docking in all situations, even for the most experienced captain. Dynamic Positioning System automatically holds the boats heading and position, making it very easy to wait for bridges, fuel docks, or set lines and fenders. The autopilot is controlled through Volvo’s Joystick Driving , which makes the boat incredibly nimble at high speed as it allows for thrilling and aggressive turns, giving the captain the feel that they are truly driving a sports car and not a yacht. Incredible acceleration, aggressive turns, and a profile that will turn heads everywhere it goes make the 51 Atlantis a true showstopper. The IPS system allows the engine room to be pushed further aft in the boat, which is one of the reasons the boat boasts a three stateroom, two head layout along with a lower salon.

Options and Significant Features Include:

  • Complete Seakeeper service (09/23)
    • Anodes
    • Cooling system flush
    • Replaced accumulators
    • Pressurized break system
    • Flushed heat exchanger with Barnacle Buster
  • Aft Strataglass helmdeck enclosure with removable door and storage bag
  • Starboard aftercooler replaced (4/22)
  • Exhaust pipes, risers, and heat shields replaced (4/22)
  • Siren 3 Pro monitoring system
    • House battery monitor
    • Cabin entry sensor
    • Shore power contact
    • Engine room temperature
    • High water alarm
    • Satellite receiver
  • New generator battery charger (09/22)
  • New UPS unit for AV system (10/22)
  • Engine and generator serviced (12/22)
  • New generator battery (06/23)
  • Impellers replaced (10/22)
  • New interceptor trim tab (7/21)
  • Bottom paint, zincs, and propspeed (05/23)
  • Advanced Package
    • Miele appliances
    • Hydraulic swim platform
    • Tender garage with electric winch
    • Anchor chain counter at helm
    • Searchlight
    • Bow thruster
    • Electric winches in aft cockpit for mooring
    • Hauling/launching system for tender
    • Exterior covers for all cushions in white Stamoid
    • Extra thru-hull installed for watermaker installation
  • SeaKeeper 6
  • Estech decking in cockpit and platform
  • Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke detectors (04/22)
  • Raymarine platinum navigation package
    • 16” Axiom MFD with wired RMK-10 Raymarine remote
    • FLIR M132 thermal camera
    • i70s data display
    • Ray 90 VHF
    • 424HD Radome
    • CPT-100 CHIRP transducer
  • TVs in cockpit and salon swapped with larger models
  • Tint on all helm deck windows
  • Miami Silver painted hull
  • Audio/Visual package
    • Six televisions (master, salon, starboard stateroom, each bunk in port stateroom, cockpit)
    • Five DirecTV receivers (master, salon, starboard stateroom, port stateroom, cockpit)
    • Bose Soundbars (master, salon, starboard stateroom)
    • Unbroken Power Supply (UPS) keeps power to the AV system when switching between generator and shorepower
    • Fusion stereo with head unit in cockpit and wired remotes (bow, salon)
    • Fusion amplifier and subwoofer with six speakers (2x helm, 2x aft cockpit, 2x bow)
  • Painted KVH dome, radar, mast, DPS antenna, and searchlight
  • Volvo IPS 800s
    • Dynamic Positioning System (DPS)
    • Automatic trim assist
    • Joystick driving with autopilot integration
    • Docking mode with high speed
    • Cruise Control
  • Folding grill on transom
  • Refrigerator, freezer, and icemaker in cockpit
  • Dual USB outlet in cockpit
  • Rod holders installed in tender garage
  • 110V outlet installed in tender garage
  • Custom helm seat bolster for added comfort
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Pop up accent lights on bow
  • Dimmable lights throughout lower deck
  • Wooden floor in galley and lower salon
  • Hardtop painted in Urals Grey
  • High-Low cockpit table
  • External cushions upgraded to two-tone Batyline fabric
  • Folding bimini on bow for sunpad
  • High-Low TV in cockpit

The bow features a below deck windlass to maximize deck space and reduce tripping hazards. A double-long bow deck hatch gives plenty of light and ventilation to the master cabin below. The sunpad is double wide and features build in cup holders, a folding bimini top for sunny days, and folding backrests for added comfort. Two pop-up lights make it a great place to lounge at night as well as during the day. A dedicated stereo control allows for localized control, or simply utilize the Fusion stereo’s Bluetooth connectivity.

The cockpit and swim platform are perfectly laid out for entertainment and to maximize floorspace. Unlike most boats that have the grill under the hardtop, Azimut relocated the grill to the transom. This not only gives the chef more unincumbered space on the platform, but also keeps the smoke and fumes away from the hardtop and guests in the cockpit. When not in use, the grill easy folds away and does not impede platform access or take up any space.

The tender garage houses a 2020 Williams 325 Turbojet . This model is longer, heavier, and has more seating capacity than the Williams 285 Turbojet which is typically fitted with the 51 Atlantis. A hydraulic platform and electric winch system make launching the tender very easy and labor free. Even the tender comes loaded with optional features including underwater lights, LED deck lights, bathing ladder, towing kit, and teak footwells . The garage has been fitted with side-mounted rod holders and a 110V outlet , perfect for inflating water toys.

The main deck is accessed from either side of the swim platform, with the starboard side widened 8” to allow for easier access, especially when boarding with bulky items. Port and starboard mooring capstans assist in mediterranean style mooring or deploying a stern anchor. The aft facing sun pad has built in cupholders and integrated headrest. The tender garage can also be accessed from hatches under the sun pad, making it easy to get lines and fenders without having to access the swim platform.

The cockpit is incredibly social and lends itself to entertaining more so than most any boat around the 50’ mark. All exterior cushions are upholstered in two tone Batyline , a material made exclusively for high-end outdoor furniture. Batyline is not only very stain resistant, but also breathable which allows it to dry out quickly and does not get as hot as traditional vinyl. The portside of the cockpit has U-shaped seating with a composite inlaid, high-low table that can fold out for proper dining or stay folded for easier access to the lounge. When al fresco dining is desired or a large group wants to sit around the table, the starboard side seats pull away from their bench position and fill in the starboard side of the table.

Premium Esthec decking is featured through the exterior of the boat. Regarded as the most durable faux-teak decking in the market today, it does not get as hot as most faux deck options and has no plastic of any kind, making it much more durable than most competitors. Overhead lights and speakers further add to the entertaining features of the cockpit. Two large air handlers are housed in the cockpit with outlet vents that face forward at the hardtop supports – an ingenious design as the hot air that tries to escape from under the hardtop is cooled and blown back in, creating a bubble of cooler air in the cockpit. This results in air conditioning that works much better than setups typically found in open cockpit boats. For storage and for extended stays onboard, the boat has a custom Strataglass enclosure with access door , completely cutting off the cockpit from the elements and greatly reducing the number of seat covers that needed to be put on after each use.

The starboard side of the cockpit has a console that houses a high-low TV, wetbar with icemaker, refrigerator, and sink . The icemaker is filled with purified water, so the ice produced is clean ice, not polluted from the boat’s fresh water tank. A large opening sunroof and opening port and starboard side windows allow for plenty of natural ventilation underway or at the dock. The helm leaves nothing to be desired as all instrumentation and switches are ergonomically well placed in a carbon fiber dashboard.

Double wide helm seats and a forward-facing portside lounge let several guests join the captain and provide a secondary social circle forward of the aft cockpit. The portside lounge can easily double over to become a bench seat as well.

Below deck , large hull windows and a clever use of mirrors flood the staterooms and salon with natural light, giving the illusion guests are not below deck at all, but rather on the main level. Instead of one cabinet material throughout, Azimut compliments the matte Grey Oak woodwork with high-gloss lacquered finish.

A starboard side C-shaped sofa and folding table sit opposite a fully furnished galley complete with refrigerator, freezer, sink, convection oven, and range . Storage through the salon is accomplished with overhead lacquered cabinetry and large drawer on the forward bulkhead.

A wall mounted Samsung TV hinges out to face the salon sofa and is complete with a Bose soundbar, DirecTV receiver, and BluRay DVD player . Wood flooring keeps the salon easy to clean and contributes to the contemporary interior décor. Dimmable salon lights are complimented by rope lighting recessed into the ceiling.

The master stateroom sits forward of the salon. In keeping with the rest of the lower deck, full length hull windows and a double-long deck hatch flood the stateroom in natural light. The opening deck hatch and port and starboard portholes also allow for natural ventilation when temperatures allow.

The beam of the boat is carried very far forward in the master stateroom, resulting in a berth that is almost island style and makes it much easier to change linens and make the bed. The forward bulkhead houses a TV cleverly hidden inside a mirror; a design cue often reserved for mega yachts. A hidden ottoman and fold down desk make it easy to engage in today’s trend of working remote.

The master head has a mirrored medicine cabinet, opening porthole, basin style sink, and rain shower with wand .

The starboard side aft stateroom can truly be considered a second master. Running almost the entire beam of the boat, the berth is double wide but can also easily slide apart to sleep separately. An inboard desk runs the full length of the stateroom with a full-length mirror just above, continuing the trend of abundant natural light below deck.

The portside bunk stateroom still features all the amenities of the rest of the staterooms, with reading lights, hull window, large hanging locker, and TVs for each bunk.

The day head sits just forward of the port side guest stateroom, with a basin style sink, window with opening porthole , and double wide, mirrored medicine cabinet .

The engine room is impressively laid out considering the tender garage , a feature that often has to shrink the vertical clearance of machinery spaces. Twin Volvo D8 IPS800s are housed with a Seakeeper 6, 17kw Onan generator, and Condaria chiller among other equipment. All necessary AC and DC breakers are put on the forward bulkhead for easy and quick access, while the outboard side of the engines has been enlarged for easy access to the aft pod and bilge area.

A true feat of Italian engineering, the 51 Atlantis features a flush and open cockpit, tender garage, three staterooms, and lower salon with a dinette , something no other yacht in its class can offer. A hydraulic platform , along with tender garage , keep the tender out of sight but also allow for simple deployment when ready to use. The single cockpit sole feels massive, with plenty of seating and lounging space. Below deck, three staterooms will keep six sleeping comfortably, with the starboard side stateroom acting as a true second master.



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