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Super Maramu
(16,00 m) - 1992

Layout :

  • Length : 16,00 m (52' 5")
  • Beam (maximum): 15 ft 3" (4.60 m)
  • Length waterline: 41 ft 4"
  • Length deck: 53 ft 6 ”
  • Draft (minimum): 6 ft 9" (2.05 m)
  • Displacement: 35273 lbs (16 tons)
  • Ballast weight: 12125 lbs (5.5 tons)
  • Air draught: 65 ft
  • Headroom: 6 ft 4"

Duty paid in New Caledonia

Based in New Caledonia

Price : 31 M XPF / 260 000 €

Super Maramu, clean and ready to sail, recent engine

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 6

  • Cabin in the bow (convertible into a salon with a small table)
  • head with shower
  • U shaped salon on port side, seat on starboard side
  • U-shaped kitchen on port side
  • Chart table on starboard side
  • 1 berth in the gangway on starboard side
  • Very roomy owner's cabin at the stern with en-suite head

Listing :


This Super Maramu was built in 1992 at the Amel boatyard.
In June 1992, her first owner purchased her in La Rochelle. He crossed the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean and sailed her to New Caledonia.
She was sold in September 2003 and paid import duties in New Caledonia. The same year she underwent a major refit (the engine and mainsail were replaced, she was equipped with stainless steel dinghy davits, the battery banc was increased in size).
Her current owners are the third owners; they bought her in December 2008.


90 HP Sole Diesel engine from 2003, installed in 2004 (1000 engine hours)
Fuel tank: 600 liters (158 US gallons)
Max Prop propeller (new in 2004)
Bow thruster
Generator ONAN 6,5 KW (2100 engine hours)

Ketch rigging:

Rigging was overhauled in 2011 by a professional rigger (a releasable stay was installed)
Mainsail GATEF (new in 2003) on motorized in-mast furler
Backup mainsail (average condition)
Mizzen sail
Genoa on motorized furler
1 Storm jib
1 Ballooner for main mast
1 Ballooner for mizzen mast
1 Asymmetrical spinnaker (140 m²) with spinnaker sock
2 Electric winches Lewmar 56
9 Self tailing Lewmar winches (at mast base and in the cockpit)


Electric windlass Lofrans 1000 W/24 V
Main anchor gear: 1 CQR anchor + 50 meters (164 feet) of chain
Secondary anchor gear: 1 flat anchor + 40 meters (131 feet) of chain
1 spear flat anchor


Fresh water capacity: 1000 liters (264 US gallons)
Watermaker Technicomar, 140 liters per hour 220 V
2 burner stainless steel gas stove and oven
Double sinks, fresh water and sea water on the tap (foot operated and electric pumps)
Freezer box (2012)
Microwave oven
Washing machine
Water heater 30 liters (8 US gallons) by engine or 220 V
1 manual toilets, 1 electrical (2012)
2 indoor and 1 outdoor shower
Heating in the salon, front cabin and owner's cabin
Air conditioning in the salon and the owner's cabin
A safe
TV with DVD player
Car radio CD player with indoor and cockpit speakers


Electric circuits: 12V, 24V and 220V
12 house batteries, 100 Ah each, i.e. 1200 Ah in total (6 new in 2011 and 7 new in 2010)
1 Engine batteries, 100 Ah
Inverter/battery charger Freedom 25, 2500 W 12 V /220 V
Battery charger ENAG 50 A
Battery monitor Link 2000
Shore power socket


Fixed-mount VHF Shipmate
Portable VHF
GPS Chart plotter Geonav 6 (at helm station)
Portable GPS Garmin 72, connected to the computer
Nav station B&G "Hydra"
Radar Furuno
Autopilot ST 7000, the jack is directly mounted on the steering quadrant
Autopilot ST 7000 by chain drive
SSB radio receiver/transmitter with automatic antenna tuner
SSB radio receiver HF 150


Semi rigid inflatable dinghy AB 3 meters (approx.10ft), aluminum bottom
15 HP outboard engine Johnson

Safety equipment:

Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon EPIRB KANNAD (battery needs replacing)
8 life jackets
Safety flares


Stainless steel dinghy davits with electric winch
Bimini (can close entirely)
Many spare parts (pump, alternator, motor for sail furler,...)
Last haul out: February 2012 (complete overhaul of the bow thruster, replacement of the shaft bearings, dismantling of the saildrive,...)

Work that needs to be done:

Replace the washing machine

Main strength:

Clean and very well maintained sailing vessel, vast living space.
Very secure and a well protected central cockpit.

Last modified : 19/06/2014


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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