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PRICE REDUCED! A rare find on the Great Lakes!
This 2004 Azimut 74 features the four stateroom layout with an additional crew quarters aft. Lady O has been in freshwater since 2013.
Twin MTU 12V 183 TE 94 mains with just over 1700 hours provide a 25-28 knot cruise with a top speed of just over 30 knots. Twin Kohler gensets provide plenty of power away from the dock.
This particular 74 has the following upgrades:
Lady O will be ready to go for spring launch in May. Please view full specifications for full details.
This boat is located in our Cheboygan location, advance notice for a showing is appreciated.
A sliding glass door leads from the aft cockpit to an expansive entertaining and lounge area. The main salon is appointed with cherry wood paneling and leather sofas. This exclusive living space creates a rich environment for entertaining guests comfortably. To port is a large free standing crescent shaped sofa. A Samsung flat screen TV hides away neatly behind louvered wood doors. Additional features include:
Forward of the salon and up one step to starboard is the galley. Granite countertops and flooring accentuate the space and is fully equipped a gourmet meal. Tons of storage space and an abundance of appliances including the following:
The lower helm and distribution panel are tucked neatly into the forward starboard section of the salon just forward of the galley. Complete with an electronically actuated Treben helm seat, the Pilothouse has great visibility. The following electronics are installed at the helm:
The owner’s suite is full beam and impressive in size. This space features a centerline queen-size berth with built-in night stands on each side and storage underneath.
Moving aft you will find a very spacious cedar-lined walk-in wardrobe on the starboard side. Ample drawer space is located throughout the stateroom, including a built-in make-up vanity. Other features include:
Aft on the port side of the master stateroom is the owner's private head which features the following:
Below and all the way forward in the bow is the VIP Stateroom. There is a tapered queen island berth that is easily accessible from either side. The spacious wardrobe locker provides ample storage for clothing and gear. A Samsung flat screen with Direct TV and DVD player are built in to the wall.
The VIP head includes a large one-piece fiberglass space saving stall shower, a Vacuflush toilet, a vanity with granite countertops with plenty of storage.
Moving aft through the companionway, this comfortable and spacious stateroom has side by side twin berths, with storage drawers below. There is a large built-in night stand between the berths with plenty of storage.
Forward and to port is a full height hanging wardrobe, and the entrance to the head/day head is just forward. The head includes a large one-piece fiberglass space saving stall shower, a vanity and granite counter tops and wood floors. Other features include:
Directly across from the port stateroom, this comfortable and spacious stateroom is very similar to the port and has side by side twin berths with storage drawers below and a large built-in night stand with drawers.
Forward and to starboard is a full height hanging wardrobe and the entrance to the private head. The bath includes a large one-piece fiberglass space saving stall shower, a vanity and granite counter tops and wood floors. There is also:
The crew quarters is accessed via the swim platform and is located just aft of the engine room. It includes two single berths to starboard, with a separate head to port.
The layout of the flybridge is incredibly well designed. There is access from the aft cockpit as well as from the pilothouse.
The forward section is dedicated to the upper helm station. All the instruments are well displayed in an optimized space.
To port is a fixed console with an electric grill and wet bar. Directly aft of the helm seat is a large lounge. A fiberglass table with wrap around dinette seating is aft of the lounge area to starboard.
The flybridge highlights include:
The foredeck is easily accessed by wide side decks leading forward. A sunpad on the bow area is a great place to relax. A Lofrans windlass handles the anchor with ease.
The open air aft deck is a great space for entertaining and dining. A large varnished teak table with four matching teak chairs sit in front of a bench seat. There is plenty of room to seat eight adults.
There is easy access to the flybridge via a staircase on the port side and large stainless steel and glass doors that open to the main salon.
Forward to port is a new Raritan ice maker, and to starboard a large refrigerator.
In the aft corners are capstan winches to make line handling more manageable.