Azimut Yachts has always been a yard to pride itself on cutting-edge styling and the Azimut 55 is a fine example of that.

In this month’s Used Boat report, we head to Chichester marina to inspect one of these early ’00s flybridges, which still looks ahead of its time – a full 15 years after it was first unveiled.

A lot of that is to do with the clever design of the cockpit windows, which jut up from the sheerline like a pair of shark fins.

This is made possible by the use of one-way mirrored glass, which conceals the flybridge supports and keeps the sweeping lines intact.

There’s much more to the Azimut 55 than just designer flourishes, however, as the well-thought-out central helm station and spacious below-decks accommodation bear testament to.

To watch our video on the Azimut 55, click on the video above, and to read our full used boat report, pick up the November edition of Motor Boat & Yachting, which is out now.

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