An Unusual Option in America

Angelika is one of the only U.S.-customized Azimut 95s on the brokerage market.

Azimut 95 Angelika

Angelika is a one-owner boat with a number of upgrades designed to appeal to American cruisers.Courtesy MarineMax

The Italians build nice boats. This much, we all know. But U.S. owners often want some customizations, and the owner of the 95-foot Azimut Angelika fits that description—and then some. The 2010 build is being marketed as one of the only 95s for sale right now with American-minded upgrades, and plenty of them.

Broker Mike Doyle at MarineMax says the same captain who worked on the build is still with the boat today, currently taking her up to New England, where she is available for inspections. Prospective owners will find a pair of 1,925-hp Caterpillar C32A engines, each with about 1,865 hours on them. Dual 55-kW Kohler generators on silent blocks, zero-speed stabilizers, and hydraulic bow and stern thrusters are also on board.

Additional upgrades include a removable Isinglass enclosure on the flybridge; a crane for launching the Zodiac Yachtline 420DL tender; a flybridge barbecue and hot tub; maneuvering joysticks at both helms; remote controls for engines and thrusters; dual Raymarine 15-inch G-series monitors; three security and docking cameras that feed to the helm and other locations; a secondary GPS antenna for Nobeltec software; a KVH-satellite-supported entertainment system with Kaleidescape server and Crestron controls; a Bauer compressor for scuba-tank refills; a hydraulic swim platform; a Bimini top on the bow; a main-salon wet bar with marble top and a master-cabin refrigerator.

“The boat is one-owner, well-maintained with a lot of bells and whistles,” Doyle says. “There’s a full crew on board, and when I saw her, I was thrilled that she looked as nice as I’d hoped she would.”

The asking price on Angelika is $6.495 million. Learn more or contact Doyle to schedule a showing at