Perhaps Mamma 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.
One recurring theme on the yacht is music & entertainment. There are only a handful of vessels in her class with as many high-end speakers on board as DON’T TELL MAMMA – even on the bow, where they are perfectly positioned to provide musical accompaniment while sunpad lounging.
Powered by recently-serviced MAN R6s with low engine hours, this three-stateroom yacht is in good condition and runs well. This is no surprise, as she has been well-looked after and has had recent, significant work performed on her – including a complete wax job, teak refurbishment, new Raymarine monitors, bilge cleaning, Bimini Top cleaning, and VHF radio replacement. One of her A/C compressors was just replaced, and the other is less than a year old, so the entire vessel can be brought down to downright chilly conditions (if one were so inclined).
Unlike some of her direct comps, DON’T TELL MAMMA also boasts a crew berth with a head, which is accessible off the transom. This doesn’t make her any less of an ideal owner-operator yacht, but it certainly opens up the options.
For anyone looking for a great Bahamas boat in the 55′ to 70′ range or a turn-key charter yacht – one that is capable of both day & term charters – look no further than DON’T TELL MAMMA.