Azimut Yachts 50 Fly For Sale

This 2017 Azimut 50 Fly has a three-stateroom layout, 32-knot speed and is asking $890,000.
Azimut Yachts 50 Fly
Kilauea, a 2017 Azimut Yachts 50 Fly, has three staterooms, 32-knot speed and an asking price of $890,000. Courtesy MarineMax

MarineMax currently has Kilauea, an Azimut Yachts 50 Fly, listed with an asking price of $890,000. The 2017 build can sleep six with its three-stateroom, two-head layout.

Yachting first reported that the exterior of Azimut’s 50 Fly, designed by Stefano Righini, is based on the builder’s popular 80-footer. “Retaining some of her key eye-popping elements such as unbroken, porpoise-shaped, single-pane mirrored windows in her superstructure. Aside from being aesthetically pleasing, the windows enhance views from the salon and helm, add an aggressive look to her profile and let natural light bathe the yacht’s interior.”

Azimut Yachts 50 Fly
This Azimut 50 Fly is powered with twin 670 hp Volvo Penta diesels with just 760 hours on them. Courtesy MarineMax

Stepping on to Kilauea’s swim platform, which doubles as tender stowage, cockpit access is via stairs flanking the transom. The cockpit has a U-shaped sofa aft with a fixed table, just add loose chairs and there is alfresco dining for up to six. Stairs to port lead up to the flybridge while wide side decks with high rails lead to the foredeck, which has bench seating abaft a two-person sun pad.

The flybridge has a six-person C-shaped settee abaft a wet bar and grill to starboard. Forward and to port is the single seat helm, while a sun pad and settee surround a fixed table directly across for a second alfresco dining spot.

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Opposing settees create a cozy conversation space in the salon. The lower helm is forward and up two steps. Courtesy MarineMax

Forward of the cockpit and through the sliding glass door, is the salon. There is a C-shaped settee to starboard and a three-person sofa to port. Two steps up is the  dual seat helm station to starboard, while a dinette is to port.

Belowdecks is the galley and three staterooms. The galley is located to port and is equipped with an L-shaped countertop, stowage, a sink, a Miele microwave and cooktop. The amidships master stateroom has a centerline berth and en suite head as does the forepeak VIP. The guest stateroom to starboard has single berths.

Azimut Yachts 50 Fly
The yacht’s three-stateroom layout includes a forepeak VIP. Courtesy MarineMax

Twin 670 hp Volvo Penta D11s are the power behind Kilauea, giving it a reported 32-knot top hop and a 25-knot cruise speed.

Other notable features on board include 

  • Crew cabin, 
  • Williams Jet Tender
  • Seakeeper gyrostabilizer 
  • Washer and dryer combo
  • Raymarine Gold Package electronics

From the Archive: Day Drifting – The Azimut 50 Fly 

Azimut Yachts 50 Fly
The helm has an ergonomically-friendly layout with everything available within arm’s reach. Note the Raymarine electronics. Courtesy MarineMax

“Joystick controls. Emissions-conscious power plants. Bright-as-day multifunction displays. Body-length hull-side windows. Gyro stabilization. High-tech composite construction. Yachts and yachting have come a long way since this part of the Northeast first became a boating playground, but the feeling of freedom the Azimut 50 Fly offers Lerner and all other yachtsmen is as timeless as the water she navigates across.”

Where is Kilauea located? The yacht is currently lying in Miami, Florida.

Take the next step: Contact the listing agent, Fred Daiube,  (954) 649-0040.

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 50′
  • Maximum Beam: 15’5″
  • Fuel Capacity: 581 Gal.
  • Draft: 5′