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Kirk Amel 36
(10,75 m) - 1971

Layout :

  • Length : 10,75 m (35' 2")
  • LWL : 11 m (36')
  • Beam : 3,02 m (9'9")
  • Draft : 1,70 m (5'5")
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine: Volvo D1-30 - 28 HP

French flag. Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 1,95 M XPF / 16 340 €

Sturdy boat of very good design (Amel shipyard) and very seaworthy.

Interior fittings :

5 to 7 sleeps - 2 double cabins

  • Double fore cabin
  • Double aft cabin
  • Saloon: one double berth + one single berth
  • Aft single cabin
  • head with toilet and shower
  • L-shaped galley on port side
  • Spacious chart table to starboard

Listing :

Building and history

Kirk Amel type monohull sailboat, built in 1971 by the Amel shipyard, according to the design of Reinier-Dobbelman.
The boat has already completed 1 Mediterranean crossing, 3 transatlantic crossings and 1 trans Pacific crossing.
She arrived in Polynesia in 2015.
4th owner. Resale due to return to mainland France.


Volvo D1-30 engine - 28 HP - 1850 h (2006)
Consumption : 1,8 L/h
Diesel tank of 100 L

Sloop rigging

New shrouds 2010
Original anodized Marco Polo mast, reinforced spreaders in 2010 and retractable mast steps
2011 removable stay with Wichard handle rigging screw
Spinnaker pole
1 Mainsail 3 reefs 2010 19,9m2 with its cover
1 Furling genoa 2010 42,6m2 with sunshade
1 Asymmetric spinnaker
1 Jib 17,10m2 on removable stay in good condition
1 Jib 16m2 on removable stay in good condition
1 Jib 9m2 on removable stay in good condition
1 Stormjib 5m2 (very little used)
Furling genoa FACNOR LS130
1 Winch Antal 16ST
1 Winch Lewmar 16ST
1 Winch Harken B16A at mast foot
2 BARBAROSSA 41ST Winches for genoa and jib sheets

Ground tackle

Windlass LOFRANS TIGERS 1500W (2011) with remote control and dedicated battery
Main anchor : CQR 35 Lbs anchor + 25 m of stainless steel chain diam. 10 + 40 m of galvanized chain diam. 10
Secondary anchor : Brittany anchor + 7 m of chain diam. 10 + 30 m of polyamide diam. 18


250 L fresh water tank in the keel
FORCE10 2-burner stove + oven mounted on gimbal
Webasto Isotherm BI41 refrigerator
Manual toilet RM 69


2 ROMBAT TEMPEST house batteries 12V 105Ah new (April 2022)
1 ROMBAT TEMPEST engine battery 12V 105Ah new (April 2022)
1 Battery controller BM-1
1 Monocrystalline solar panel 110W
1 Monocrystalline solar panel 50W
Shore supply NEMO CRISTEC 12V 12A
LED lighting
2 Caframo Bora cabin fans

Electronics and navigation instruments

GPS Furuno GP32
Raymarine S1 Plus Tiller pilot with ST6002 cockpit display
ATOMS self steering vane (to be reassembled with spare parts)
Fixed VHF navicom RT-450 DSC
Furuno 1623 radar
AdvanSea depth sounder
Winddex windvane
2 PLASTIMO Contest 101 compasses
2 PLASTIMO Mini C compasses
Barometer with needle


Dinghy HIGHFIELD UL260 Hypalon (2017) with anti-UV cover
Outboard engine MERCURY 5 HP 2ST (2017)

Safety equipment

ZODIAC Open Sea 4 people life raft (2010, last revision 2013)
4 Foam life jackets
1 Inflatable life jackets
Manual bilge pump in the cockpit
Numerous fenders
Cable shears and tensiometer


Spare parts for ATOMS self steering vane and engine
Numerous tools (sander, screwdriver, electrical tester, socket spanners), spare parts (engine, passenger compartment, electrical, plumbing, etc.)

Last bottom paint : May 2023 (2 INTERNATIONAL undercoats, 3 INTERNATIONAL antifouling coats)

Main strengths

Sturdy boat of very good design (Amel shipyard), simple and seaworthy.

Last modified : 03/04/2024


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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