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Amel Maramu 46
(13,97 m) - 1980

Layout :

  • Length : 13,97 m (45' 9")
  • Beam : 4,03 m (13'2")
  • Draft : 2,11 m (6'9")
  • Displacement : 28 050 Lb / 12 723 Kg
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Ketch
  • Engine : Yanmar 4JH4TE 75 HP Turbo

English flag. Tax not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 8,11 M XPF / 68 000 €

Well equipped and renowned sailboat.

Survey of 2020 available.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 4 to 5 - 2 double cabins

  • Double cabin at the front
  • Forward head and facing closet
  • L-shaped saloon to port with facing bench seat
  • L-shaped galley to port
  • Chart table to starboard
  • Separate engine room
  • Aft head and facing closet
  • Large owner's cabin aft with bench seat and desk

Listing :

Building and history

This Amel hull no.69 was built in 1980 à la Rochelle France. She sailed extensively through Europe and the Mediterranean to the Caribbean the via Panama to French Polynesia. Refit of major systems before crossing to French Polynesia.
The Amel Maramu are renowned for their strength, safety, practically, reliability and comfort at sea in all conditions.


Yanmar 4JH4TE 75 HP Turbo engine (3,085 h)
Fixed three-blade propeller
X-Turn bow thruster
500 L stainless steel main fuel tank
Additional tank

Ketch rigging

Standing rigging (2015)
Sails of 2015 : mainsail, mizzen, staysail, genoa, spinnaker Parasailor
2 Isomat masts
2 Isomat booms

Ground tackle

Windlass Lofrans Tigers (2019)
Main anchor: Spade anchor + 100 m chain (2019)
Secondary anchor: CQR anchor + 100 m chain (2019)
Spare dock lines and warps


Fresh water tank 1000 L
Seafari Mini HRO watermaker
Double stainless steel sink
1 Large and 1 small upright fridge
1 Freezer (to be repaired)
Gas stove 4 burners
Induction oven
2 Manual toilets
2 Interior showers
1 Shower in the cockpit


12V/220V circuit
3 Odyssey Extreme Series PC-1800-FT house batteries 214 Amp, total 642 Amp
1 Separate battery for radio
1 Separate battery for windlass
2 Solar panels 250W on alternator, total 500W
Superwind wind generator
Generator Fischer Panda 8Kva - 1000 h
Inverter Victron Multiplus 3000 V - 12V
LED lights on the mast

Electronics and navigation instruments

Raymarine instruments: sounder, autopilot, wind ST60, radar, GPS, AIS
Connected to C120 plotter (Pacific SW and Australia charts)
VHF Cobra DSC (2019)

Safety equipment

Plastimo 6 people life raft (to service)
6 Life jackets
GME Float Free beacon (expired)
3 Fire extinguishers
Electric and manual pumps
Life sling


Inflatable dinghy, needs repair
Outboard engine Yamaha 9,9 HP 4ST


Washing machine
Many spare parts
Many tools
Fully equipped galley

Last bottom paint : Copper Coat (2017, out of water for 2 years)

Work to be done (according to survey)

Replacement of the EPIRB battery
Replacement of all corroded seacocks
Replacement of all out of order seacocks valves
Check of the extinguishers in approved station
Check of the life raft in approved station
Repair of the deck around the flying stay chainplate in the way to replace the moist core of the material
Reseal around the flying stay chain plate and the reinforcement of the fixation of it, if it is required
Dismasting of the main mast is required to reinforce the mast section at the level of the shrouds attachments and replace the mast base
Cosmetic work

Main strengths

Very attractive price to compense sitting-on-hard-2-years as is condition, worth it.
This Amel has the stamp of quality cruising boats and with a little work will be capable of extended offshore cruising in safety and comfort. Easely handled ketch rig by a couple or singlehanded.

Last modified : 14/09/2021


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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