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Azimut 47 Flybridge Salon Salon Helm Station Cockpit Galley Dinette on the flaybridge Dinette on the flaybridge Salon VIP Cabin

2009 47.42 ft

$ 469,000
Miami, FL, US


The Azimut 47 Flybridge is one of the latest stylistic developments in their Fly Bridge range, with its characteristic superstructure windows, the skillful harmony of its dimensions and overall wow factor which gives the impression of movement even when the boat is still. The generous volume of the hull and innovative layout inside guarantees guests aboard the Azimut 47 an unparalleled level of comfort.


Name Silvinha
Price $ 469,000 USD
Year 2009
Length Overall 47.42 ft
Beam 14.83 ft
Location Miami, FL, US
Hull Material Fiberglass


Engine 1
Power 575|horsepower
Fuel diesel
Hours 522
Engine Model CAT C9
Engine 2
Power 575|horsepower
Fuel diesel
Hours 522
Engine Model CAT C9

Additional Information

LOA: 47'5" ft - 14.47 m
Beam: 14'10"ft -4.52m
Max Draft: 1.35 m - 4' 5"
Displacement: 19.3 T
Total Power: 1150
Cruising Speed: 26 Knots - 30 mph
Max Speed: 31 Knots - 36 mph
Fuel: 2000 L - 528 gls
Fresh Water: 590 L - 156 gls

The structural design for the hull has been approved by RINA. This implies another guarantee of the structural quality, which is also assured by the most advanced techniques and by the materials used. Aft deadrise of the hull is 14° and midship deadrise is 19°. Fibre-glass structure uses multiaxial fabrics with powder bonding agent. Infusion stratification method. Use of neopentilic isophtalic spray gelcoat.
Expanded PVC is used for sandwich structures on the broadsides, on the
superstructure and on the bottom. The anti-collision fore bulkheads in the engine room, have a wooden and foam structure, sandwiched together. Dicyclopentadiene resin is used for the inner layers of the hull and for the superstructures. Vinylester resins (osmosis and marking resistance, print through) are used for the first external coats of the hull.

CATERPILLAR C9 6L -6-cylinder diesel engine.
Max. power output: 423 kW @ 2500 rpm (575 mHP)
Speed reduction gear/marine gear: ZF 286 IV, reduction ratio: 2.011:1.
Propellers: NiBrAl alloy, four blades, designed and built to optimise hull performance and to guarantee outstanding comfort during navigation.
Shafts: MAR 17 steel, diam. 60 mm; shaft supports in bronze.
  • 2 1000 l (264 Us gls) aluminium tanks
  • 2 fuel filler plugs in the deck walkways and 2 vents on the broadside
  • Tanks connected with 1” pipe and manual shut-off valves
  • Optical gauge
  • Fuel tank level indicator (helm
  • station)
  • Fuel deliveries wiretap by 1” 24 V
  • solenoid valves
  • Tap for fuel bleeding on the starboard tank (filter priming)
  • Alarm for water in the fuel.
  • Voltages on board: 220/110 V AC, frequency of 60 Hz
  • 24 V DC from battery units
  • 24 V for engine supply
  • 12 V DC obtained by power supply + VHF-dedicated power supply
  • Thermomagnetic high reliance-switches or fuse elements for users’ protection.
  • KOHLER 15.5kW STD 220 V, 60 Hz stalled in the engine room with muffler and water/gas separator.
Shore power sockets
  • STD version: 1 shore power socket 220 V, 50 A
  • A/C version: 2 shore power sockets (services and A/C) 220 V, 50 A.
Batteries EXIDE version
  • 6 Exide battery series 90 Ah for service users (24 V) 285 Ah
  • 4 Exide battery series 90 Ah
  • for starting engines (24 V) 190 Ah
  • 1 battery series 70 Ah, 12 V for generator
  • 1 electronic battery charger 24 V, for starting and services units
  • 1 electronic battery charger 12 V, for generator
  • All the units are activated by
  • Soderei battery disconnector relay.
  • Cabins and head lights with 24 V lamps.
  • 24 V soft light system.
  • 24 V lighting for the engine room through fixed lamps and a portable one.
  • Two bronze seawater intakes for engines, with shut-off valve and metallic filter
  • A 1” bronze seawater intake for generator with shut-off valve and metal filter
  • A 1” bronze seawater intake for air conditioning (when A/C requested).
  • GRP outboard raisers
  • Discharge of owner’s and guest bathroom in the tank
  • Main tank: 225 l (5 9 Us gls) in polyethylene, under the corridor, supplied with level and outlet
  • control in wheelhouse
  • Grey water tank outlet can be automatic, by level sensor, or
  • manual
  • Electrically operated 24 V transfer and discharge pumps, diaphgram - shaped and with lower acoustic impact
  • Galley outlet in manifold
  • Air conditioning condensation
  • water collection
  • All the outlets flow together into the holding tank with the exception of the crew cabin which discharges directly into the sea.
  • 1 590 l (156 Us gls) polyethylene tank
  • 1 water filler plug on deck walkway and 1 vent on the broadside
  • 1 water pressure pump, 24
  • V, in engine room capacity 45 l/min
  • 1 80 l (21 Us gls) water heater with electric heating 220 V (or 110 V), in engine room
  • System that can be dissected by ACORN manifolds
  • Hot and cold water line in all the head compartments, in galley and cockpit, done by single control
  • mixers
  • Cold water line in engine room
  • Shower platform with hot and cold water.
  • WC system with macerator pump
  • 1 macerator pump
  • Fresh water WC wash system
  • All WCs discharge directly in holding tank
  • Macerator pump for direct outlet into the sea from the holding tank
  • Tank discharge is controlled by hand
  • 1 holding tank of 225 l (59 Us gls) in polyethylene
  • Tank emptying also by suction on deck walkway
  • Lead valve for direct sea outlet.
  • Two midship cleats (one for each side)
  • Handrails in stainless steel
  • High impactresistant stainless steel and PVC grab-rail
  • Non-slip walkways
  • Tempered glass windows
  • Navigation lights
  • 2 fuel fillers
  • Fresh water filler
  • Black water tank outlet on the side walkway
  • External access to fly bridge via a ladder integrated into the structure
  • Inflatable life raft storage
  • Non-slip floor
  • Engine controls
  • Engine rev
  • counter
  • Engine pressure gauge
  • Marine gear pressure gauges
  • Ammeter
  • Engine temperature gauge
  • Alarms lights
  • Trim tabs indicator
Owner’s cabin
  • Private access to the owner’s head
  • compartment
  • Double bed with tilt up shelf
  • for luggage
  • Drawer underneath the bed
  • Two large wardrobes
  • Fixed picture windows on the broadsides (openable in OPT version)
  • Deck hatch
  • Reading lights
  • Furniture in decapè oak wood
  • Courtesy lights in wardrobes
Starboard guest cabin (VIP)
  • Private access to the guest head
  • compartment
  • 2 twin beds convertible in
  • one queen-size bed
  • Storage under the beds
  • Large wardrobe
  • Picture windows
  • Reading lights
  • Courtesy lights on the ceiling
  • Furniture in decapè oak wood
  • 1 openable porthole.
Portside guest cabin
  • 2 twin beds
  • Storage under the beds
  • Large wardrobe
  • Picture window
  • Reading lights
  • Courtesy lights on the ceiling
  • Furniture in decapè oak wood
  • 1 openable porthole.
Owner’s head compartment
  • Private access from the owner’s cabin
  • Shower with round box and wooden grating
  • WC system with macerator pump
  • Sink in glass, “COGNAC” colour
  • Wooden floor
  • Air (natural) extraction
  • Round openable porthole
  • Cabinet with mirror
  • Venetian blind curtains in wood.
Guest head compartment
  • Access from the starboard guest cabin
  • Shower with round box and wooden grating
  • WC system with macerator pump
  • Cabinet with mirror
  • Round openable porthole
  • Wooden floor
  • Air extraction (natural)
  • Venetian blinds in wood.
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.

Allied Marine is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Denison Yachting - Miami.