Azimut 72

La Romana , Dominican Republic
# 2297
from $7,590.00 / Day

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The Azimut 72 is a fun yacht. It’s all about enjoying your time on the water with your family and friends, this Italian stallion nails how most people use their yachts. They take short cruises. They play in the water. They sprawl in the sun. And they enjoy their food and beverages.

Board via the teak swim platform and ascend the steps, and you’re confronted by a large sun pad-cum-settee. All of the four panels of the salon doors slide out of the way, opening the salon fully to the cockpit for alfresco living. Once inside, a pair of settees run along each side as a conversation area, and dominating the salon just forward is what the Italians charmingly call “the lunch area.” This elegant table seats six (eight with an extension). On each side of the centerline, the table is leather-topped buffets with stowage underneath, and the oversize windows provide a spectacular view in all directions.

Descend to the stateroom deck, and you’ll find there isn’t a bad cabin in the house. The larger guest stateroom is forward, and it benefits from large windows on each side for both view and air with two opening ports. Intricate shoji screens decorate the lockers, and more stitched leather accents the counters. The en suite head has a roll-away circular shower stall and a gold-leafed basin on the vanity. Just aft is a guest cabin with twin berths that, unlike in other more connubial Azimuts, don’t slide together.

The master suite is just what you’d imagine; cool, elegant, luxurious and infinitely comfortable. Just aft is the large head with two more golden sinks and a truly large stall with a rain shower. The port side of this stateroom has a bureau under more windows and a capacious walk-in closet with bureaus, lockers, hanging bars and even shoe shelves.

Boat info

Length
72
Passenger Capacity
12
Crew Capacity
2
Sleep Capacity
6
Year Built
2001
Fuel Capacity
2500
Bed Count
6
Cancellation Policy
7 Day Cancellation

Features

Snorkeling Gear
No
Food/Snacks
No, water included
Paddleboards
No
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Power
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
No
Local Cruising Fuel
Included
Languages Spoken
English & Spanish
Crew
Crew
Towels
Included
Model
2001 Azimut 72
Boat category
Cruiser, Motor Yacht

Pricing

Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Charter - Full day (Full day)
$7,590.00
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La Romana

La Romana

Get ready to experience La Romana, a lovely city on the Caribbean Coast of the Dominican Republic. La Romana is the gateway to resort areas nearby and filled with charm as you explore the Altos de Chavon, a 16th-century Mediterranean style village which overlooks the Chavón River. Warm weather, food, and fun await you in this unbelievable Caribbean destination.

Set Sail for Catalina Island. The best way to experience all the fun of La Romana, Dominican Republic is by chartering your own boat and heading south to Catalina Island. Here you can find incredible beaches, beautiful coral reefs and even search for treasure in the wrecked ship of the famous pirate William Kidd. Whether you are experienced diver or want to learn, there’s no better place to grab your oxygen tank and get ready to explore.

Saona Island Catamaran Excursion. After you had a taste of Catalina then cruise on over to Saona. Saona is actually a collection of islands perched in crystal blue waters. The perfect place for a little snorkeling and beach party, you can truly enjoy it by exploring the gentle waters by catamaran. As an added bonus, there are some great fishing spots right by the island, all you have to do is rig your mount and just wait for the fish to bite! Get ready to haul some in!

Explore the Altos de Chavon. La Romana has a fascinating history. Although the city is just over one hundred years old, it has long been known for its interesting architecture brought by immigrants from Italy and Europe. Altos de Chavon is a Renaissance style replica village complete with Cathedral, diverse art and sculpture work from local artisans and even a Roman-style amphitheater. The area is also home to several excellent Mediterranean restaurants for you to choose from and definitely tops the list on most travelers’ itineraries.

Find Your Perfect Getaway. La Romana is served by an international airport that connects it with major cities throughout North America and Europe. It is also close to the country capital Santo Domingo as well as San Pedro de Macoris making it highly accessible. It is close enough to the excitement of the big cities so you there is plenty of exciting nightlife while being close enough to the tranquil islands of the Dominican Republic. So, get ready to set sail and enjoy a taste of life on the Caribbean! 

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