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Amel Sharki
(11,96 m) - 1984

Layout :

  • Length : 11,96 m (39' 2")
  • Length (LOA): 11.96 meters
  • Width: 3.56 meters
  • Draft: 1.85 meters
  • Weight (gross): 10 tonnes
  • Hull Material: GRP (fiberglass)
  • Rig: Ocean Cruising Ketch
  • Engine: Perkins 4.108 (50 HP), 5100 hours

USA flag registry.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 8,59 M XPF / 72 000 €

Beautiful boat all equipped and comfortable. Well maintained and ready to navigate.


Interior fittings :

Sleeps : 6 - Cabins : 2

Listing :

Building

Most Amels from the 80's and 90's do. They are simply made in different sizes with Sharki being one of the smallest. Henry Amel's design at the time focused on simplicity, practicality, and a classic ketch aesthetic. Great performance and solid construction.

Engine

Engine: Perkins 4.108 (50 HP)
Engine Hours: 5100
Fuel Capacity: 335 liters

Ketch rigging

In-boom furling mainsail (full batten)
Furling headsail
Electric winch for mailsail halyard

Ground Tackle

Over-sized anchor and chain

Comfort

Fresh Water Tank: 750 liters
German-made watermaker
Gas stove + dishes

Electrics

Inverter for 110v power
Portable generator
Solar panels w/ MPPT controller (all new)
Wind generator
Deck lighting
Bowthruster

Electronics

German-made Windpilot self-steering
Full skeg on rudder
Autopilot
Chartplotter
Ham radio
SCS Pactor modem
Radar
Gps
VHF
Stereo (speakers in saloon and cockpit)

Safety

"See-Me" radar alarm
Liferaft (4-person)
EPIRB
manual, electric, and automatic bilge pumps

Dinghy

Caribe 2.74m fiberglass floor dinghy
Mercury 15 HP 2-stroke outboard engine
Mercury 8 HP 4-stroke outboard engine

Miscellaneous

Custom bimini and cockpit windows
Sewing machine
Swim platform and ladder
Many storage
Hard dodger for all-weather protection
Four water-tight compartments/bulkheads
Full-length steel railings

Last modified : 22/05/2018



ATTENTION

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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