AZZURA is the pinnacle of excellence. Doug Peterson designed, Jongert built, and then a refit at the mother yard in 2007, you can’t get any better than this. Most famous for her extraordinarily shallow draft with the keel up and hydraulic retracting roof, this is one of the few 95’ yachts an owner can dock behind the house in Sarasota. In absolutely superb condition and ready to go anywhere immediately.
NOT FOR SALE TO U.S. RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS.
Contact Ann Avery
To see a video of Azzura and the famous Jongert folding keel, please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gu3wNENfamg&list=UUuGqMps7NNS1ikn1rpPXGqA&index=47
Please contact Ann Avery at 954-326-7827
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Doug Peterson
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
LOA: 96 ft 0 in
Beam: 22 ft 0 in
LWL: 73 ft 8 in
Total Power: 345 HP
Engine Brand: Single Mercedes Benz
Engine Model: 183 Natural
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 6810
Fresh Water Tanks: (803 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1412 Gallons)
Max Draft: 8'/14' Displacement: 105 tons
Total Power: 345 Cruising Speed: 8 Max Speed: 11
Azzura was launched in 1998. Since new the same owner and same captain have been caring for Azzura with an open checkbook. After the summer season 2007, Azzura went back to the Jongert yard for a refit with the intention to essentially zero the clock. She emerged in August 2008 with brand new decks, new rigging, new paint, new generators...down to cleaning all the tanks, sand blasting and recoating them.
One of the most seductive qualities about Azzura is her sleek Doug Peterson line teamed up with the Jongert patented folding keel and hydraulic retracting coach roof. Beauty, comfort and flexible cruising are rolled into one!
The aft section contains three staterooms for owner and guests. The master stateroom is full-width aft with queen bed centerline, two double-opening full-length closets (one with shelves and drawers), and drawers beneath the bed. Centerline is the entertainment center with vanity and sofa to starboard. The ensuite bath is to port.
A centerline corridor leads forward to two identical staterooms port and starboard; they have twin beds with a bureau in between, full length locker, drawers and shelves with ensuite bath.
Before the stairs leading up to the raised salon is a foyer with a small office area with a desk and entry into the engine room which is located under the salon. Two locker on either side provide storage; one is a bona-fide wet locker.
The salon is bright and airy due to hatches above, port lights and portholes in the hull. To port is a dining table which can be extended by leaves hidden in the center of the table, a savvy table design by Jongert. It is surrounded by a u-shaped settee, properly designed for maximum comfort. Two dining chairs round out the seating arrangement. To the side of the dining area and at the base of the companionway is the bar featuring a refrigerator, icemaker and sink, nicely tucked away when not in use. To starboard is the lounge area with settee, a recliner, two chairs and table. The entertainment center is centered on the forward wall; lovely cabinets flank either side, containing glassware and cutlery. This is a comfortable, practical, lively room.
Forward to port, a door activated electronically leads to the service area. To port is a crew dinette; underneath the benches are the washer and dryer. To starboard is a large galley (See Galley List). Forward are two crew cabins with hanging locker, drawers and outboard shelves; each with ensuite head. To port is a cabin with over/under staggered bunks. To starboard the captain’s cabin has a lower bed which can be converted to a double and an upper single bed.
The interior is rich teak complemented by cream-colored ultra-suede and azure blue. Floors are carpeted except for the galley which has a cork floor. All rooms have individual temperature controls for the air-conditioning/heating system. Fresh air comes into the boat from 98’ (30m) up the mast for the air-conditioning/heating system and forced air ventilation. DC fans and natural ventilation are also an option. All hatches have sturdy wood-framed mosquito and blackout screens; all ports are opening featuring a wonderful detail—under each porthole an internal scupper system takes any stray water to the grey tank. Curtains provide privacy; A variety of lights from activity lights to overhead and courtesy lighting can set the mood. Closets are cedar-lined with automatic lights. Bathrooms are white Corian, including the floor, with teak and metal accents. Toilets are fresh-water. Custom, round Jongert showers, mirrored medicine cabinets and plenty of counter space at the sink complete this room.
The deck is a masterful arrangement of luxurious living and practical yacht operation. Forward a Bruce anchor nestles into the stem of the hull. There is no on-deck hassle with the anchor. A large sail locker and crew access are forward. The cockpit is another Jongert marvel. The roof that covers the protected cockpit can hydraulically retract to half the size, thus letting sunlight pour in if desired. This protected area houses the interior steering forward starboard and another station on the other side; visibility is superb as it is well above deck level. Two tables port and starboard provide seating for 10. For parties of 6 one table can be used as two stools swing out from the inboard side. Dining is a delight here, with or without a roof over your head. The cockpit is well protected, extremely safe, and two steps lower than the steering cockpit farther aft which offers a clear view above the coach roof. Aft of the cockpit, winches are grouped for easy out-of-the-way sail handling. A large garage holds a 14’ dinghy (without covering the emergency tiller). The fold-out transom provides an enormous “beach” (11’ x 6.5’); a ladder leads into the water or steps lead to the deck. A hydraulic passarelle telescopes out from the starboard side of the transom.
Stove Top / Oven
Miele 4 burner electric stove top with ventilator hood, oven and broiler (New 2007)
Miele (New 2007)
Miele G7856 (New 2007)
Sinkerator; goes into the gray tank
4 x Frigoboat; located in galley; each can be fridge or freezer depending on temperature set. Customized for better airflow and less condensation which goes to grey tank. (New 2007)
1 x Igloo; 24 v, under galley floor
1 x Scottsman located in salon
1 x Frigoboat; 24v, located in cockpit
1 x Scotsman; located in salon
Miele WF5425 professional
Miele T5206 professional
New galley floor, replaced with cork from Europe
Electronics and Navigation
Furuno FR1510 MK3 Color (72m) ARP (new 2006)
2 x MX Marine 4200; one at each helm; interfaced with navigation computer
Transas NS2400 w/ world portfolio
Seabook MZ-RACE, repeater of nav computer for outside helm
Furuno Navtex NX500
1 x Sailor compact VHF RT2047-D with a DSC-RM2042
2 x ICOM handheld
Wind / Speed/ Depth Monitors
B&G Hydra 2000; Repeaters: 2 located in captain’s cabin; 1 located in master stateroom
1 x Plath
2 x Simrad electronic fluxgate
Whitlock; mechanical or hydraulic power
Trimble Sat-com C
Thrane and Thrane Mini-M (includes fax)
2 x computers: 1 for satcom, 1 for wireless.
HP OfficeJet All in One, with wireless access
Printer, Fax, Copy, Scanner
“Office” houses HP OfficeJet plus connection outlet for laptop to plug directly into Mini-M.
1 x 26” Sharp flat screen, HD-HDMI
1 x Onkyo DVD DVCP702; carrousel of 6 DVD/CD
1 x Onkyo AV Receiver TX SR503
Surround sound with 4 Bose speakers and
1 x 21” Panasonic TV,
1 x Mintek DVD-1600
1 x Pioneer CD/radio
2 x JVL speakers
1 x 13” Trinitron TV
1 x Pioneer CD/radio
2 x Infinity speakers
1 x 21” Insignia flatscreen TV (new 2012)
1 x Audiovox MVDVD4 DVD/CD + IPod
1 x Alpine radio/CD player (new 2012)
2 x Infinity speakers
2 x Infinity in each Stateroom
4 x Bose Surround Sound in Salon
Electrical systems serviced by Jongert expert 2012
AC: 110v , 220v., 400v; 50 hz, 60 hz
DC: 12v; 24v; single and 3 phase
2 x Northern Lights ML944: 25kw; 14,000 hrs on each as of 10/2012; 220v / 50 hz, 3-phase; underwater split exhaust, (New 2007)
1 x Cord
Atlas; Master Volt Converter M524/3000 (new 2012)
2 x inverters: 1 for ventilation, 24v to 220v; 1 for outlets, 24v to 110v or 220v (throughout the boat), (New 2007)
Master Volt Galvanic Transformer
4 x Master volt; 24/100 amp (new 2007)
1 x 90 amp on main engine
1 x 120 amp on turning shaft to power autopilot
Master Volt service batteries: 2500 amp hrs, gel cell, (new 2007)
Master Volt starting batteries: separate bank for starting engine and generators, can be paralleled w/ service bank, (new 2007)
Deck and Hull
Aluminum; built and classed to Lloyds 100A1. Hull and superstructure painted Awlgrip Off White 8010 (paint new 2007). Underbody sanded, put on barrier coat, primer and Interlux new Micron 66,officially meeting international environmental standards (new paint and zincs September 2012). Rudder dropped and bearings replaced (2011)
Teak decks by TDS (new 2007). Aluminum and marine ply sub-decks.
2 x HST 1100 primaries
1 x HST 88 main sheet
2 x ST 88 staysail
2 x ST 66 running backs
3 x ST 64; 2 for lead cars, 1 for traveler
1 x HST 77 work horse
3 x ST 66
1 x Bruce,110 kilos
1 x Fortress storm anchor
1 x 100m x 16mm
1 x chain lead plus 200 ft of rode
Totally serviced by Jongert experts Sept 2012
Freshwater with hot and cold located on transom
1 x Freshwater
1 x Saltwater
Freshwater located amidships for washdown Saltwater located amidships for fire fighting
1 x Hydromar hydraulic; telescopes from starboard aft section of transom
Steps at transom with another ladder that extends into water from transom “beach”, 11’x 6.5’
Electric gangway: custom, stored in hull
Sails and Rigging
Azzura’s rigging was maintained every year by Colin Kiley with Global BSI. In 2007 the mast and boom were pulled from the boat and painted; all rigging was re-cold headed and reinstalled or replaced as necessary. Both headsails are Reckmann roller-furling; all units were reconditioned by Reckmann. In-mast main furling, also completely serviced, is by Nirvana, the mast builders. Tony Hawker took over Global BSI at which time the business became Hawker Marine. Hawker inspected and approved rig September 2012.
6,810 hours as of 10/2012; water separated exhaust; (all exhaust hoses replaced 2007)
@1400 RPM consumption is 6.7 gallons per hour with 1 generator
ZF IRM 310A 2.558
2 x Raycor
1 x Primary
Marine Air: reverse cycle; (2 compressors new 2007, 1 compressor new 2012); 3 new condensors 2011. Salon AC handler new 2012. Air conditioning water exhaust routed underneath boat (New 2007);
Every room has thermostat. System totally rewired September 2012.
HEM, 1400 gal/d (reconditioned 2007)
Kookur (New heating element 2005)
Black Water Tank
Hamann Super Mini; Coast Guard and MCA approved. (New 2007)
1 tank forward; connected to Hamann waste treatment system. In 2007 the 680 liter black tank aft was converted to another fuel tank.
2 x tanks 1 forward; 1 aft
5 x Mobi Flush; freshwater
1 x Sihl electric bilge pump servicing entire bilge 2 x Jabsco belt-driven from engine
1 x Located in galley for fire, bilges
1 x Low battery, low air, high water etc
2 x 8 PAX BFA Marine
1 x ACR
4 Extinguishers in engine room:
1 x Fire Boy; activated from outside the engine room; automatically closes off air to engine room.
1 x A Merex Purple K
1 x Ajax
1 x A Merex Halotron
11 x handheld found throughout the yacht
Fire Pump / Hoses
Water Sports and Recreation
1 x 14’ Novurania rigid bottom MX430 with 60hp Yamaha engine (New 2008); Stored in garage aft
1 x 10” Avon with 15 hp Johnson engine
Other Features and Equipment
1 x Side boarding manual
1 x Swim ladder off aft platform
Please inquire about the comprehensive list of work done during the refit at the Jongert yard.
Owner’s personal effects. Please inquire.
Azzura is the pinnacle of excellence. Doug Petersen designed, Jongert built, and with a refit at the mother yard in 2007, you can’t get any better than this. Most famous for her extraordinarily shallow draft with the keel up and hydraulic retracting roof, this is one of the few 96’ yachts an owner can dock behind a house inSarasota. Jongert details are legendary: as an example, beneath each porthole is an indentation to collect stray water and an internal scupper system takes it to a grey water tank. Summer 2012 Azzura’s yard work included: new Atlas, rig inspection, engine and generators serviced (by same technicians annually), electrical and hydraulic system serviced by Jongert expert, new galley floor, new springs in galley hatches, amd touchup paint and varnish throughout. Original owner and original build captain have kept Azzura in beautiful condition. Owner is keen to sell.
NOT FOR SALE TO U.S. RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS.
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.