Perhaps Momma shouldn't be told, but everyone else should be aware that the 2010 60' Azimut DON'T TELL MOMMA is on the market and ready-to-be-sold. She has the type of extremely sophisticated yet supremely comfortable European-style interior for which Azimuts are famed.
Perhaps Momma shouldn't be told, but everyone else should be aware that the 2010 60' Azimut DON'T TELL MAMMA is on the market and ready-to-be-sold. She has the type of extremely sophisticated yet supremely comfortable European-style interior for which Azimuts are famed.
Upon entering the main salon, one immediately notices a sprawling, eight-person sofa to port. This area is ideally situated directly across from the yacht's entertainment center, including a flat-screen Samsung television. High-end B&W speakers, mounted around the salon, promise to provide all-encompassing surround sound to the movies and sports games of one's choosing.
Moving forward through DON'T TELL MAMMA, there is a galley to port and a dinette to starboard. The dinette is comprised of a Decapé oak table with a fixed center panel and extending top - the perfect nook in which to enjoy breakfast or lunch, or perhaps to confer with the captain about the day's cruising plans.
The galley, located opposite the dinette, is fully equipped with all of the equipment - like a stove top and Philco microwave - necessary to prepare a gourmet meal. There's a standalone freezer and refrigerator. There's also more than enough storage for china, glassware, plates, and cutlery. No one will be lacking for a space, even on an extended trip - such is the design prowess of Azimut.
The lower helm station is conveniently-located just forward of both the dinette and galley. This helm station was designed to provide maximum visibility to the captain, and that it does. The Raymarine electronics and other instrumentation are well laid-out.
Going below deck, one is treated to a major highlight of DON'T TELL MAMMA - her ultra-comfortable and compellingly-designed guest quarters. But first, before any staterooms are inspected, one is treated to a suede-lined hallway. Midship you will find independent access to the full-beam Master stateroom, allowing for maximum privacy. The Master is notable for a number of reasons, beyond just a well-appointed decor and rich, light-colored oak - there's a ton of natural light, Azimut's iconic port windows, and a large desk, which gives a section of this stateroom something of a refined home office feeling.
Moving out of the master, there are three steps leading up to a day head to port and a forward VIP. The day head can be accessed through a door in the VIP, rendering this luxury stateroom ensuite. The VIP has ample storage, a comfy double bed, and a flat screen LG television. Across from the day/VIP head, is the third guest cabin on DON'T TELL MAMMA. This cabin features a large closet, double bed and a flat-screen LG television. Given that there are all full-size beds on this Azimut, the set-up is perfect for three couples.
DON'T TELL MAMMA is wired for 220/50hz - European specifications