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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Fort Lauderdale, United States
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 360,000
A SERIOUS OFFSHORE CRUISING LIVE ABOARD PASSAGEMAKING YACHT
This is a very unique Super Maramu. The original owner was a repeat AMEL owner from Holland. Like many Dutch folks, he was an exceptionally tall and well muscled large fellow. He, somehow, convinced AMEL to make some slight but incredibly clever modifications to the standard configuration and a very subtle but rather noticeable upgrade to the interior woodwork and finish. All the berths are longer, the U-shaped settee in the dining area has square rather than round corners, enhancing the overall comfort by a large margin. You can now sit in the saloon with your back comfortably supported while watching the television opposite on the starboard side. The cute “love seat” on starboard has been replaced by a full sized full length settee which also serves as a full sized single berth. Enhanced ventilation with an increased number of opening ports, numerous leather covered stainless hand rails, varnished teak soles in the galley-saloon area with upgraded edge bound Berber carpet in the staterooms...these and many other thoughtfully conceived and carefully built improvements allows me to state that this Super Maramu has the most comfortable and welcoming accommodations compared to any and all of her sister-ships. Yet she retains all the normal AMEL features and equipment making her easy for the next owner to rely on us at AMEL for ongoing service and advice.
The owners are now very serious about selling this exceptional Super Maramu as their plans for future cruising adventures have been curtailed. Your own inspection of this unique Super Maramu are encouraged. All thoughtful offers will receive careful consideration. Asking $360,000.
U.S. Customs Duty Paid.
For More Information Please Contact:
Joel Potter (954) 462-5869 email@example.com
Please contact at (954) 462-5869
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Henri Amel, Jacques Carteau
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 52 ft 6 in
Beam: 15 ft 1 in
LWL: 41 ft 4 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 7 in
Displacement: 35840 lbs Full Load
Ballast: 12320 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 65 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 31360 lbs
Total Power: 100 HP
Engine Brand: YANMAR
Year Built: 2002
Engine Model: 4JH3-HTE
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3000
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Other
Engine Power: 100 HP
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (264 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (158 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 Fiberglass
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
ACCOMODATIONS and LAYOUT
This is a very unique Super Maramu. The original owner was a repeat AMEL owner from Holland. Like many Dutch folks, he was an exceptionally tall and well muscled large fellow. He, somehow, convinced AMEL to make some slight but incredibly clever modifications to the standard configuration and a very subtle but rather noticeable upgrade to the interior woodwork and finish. All the berths are longer, the U-shaped settee in the dining area has square rather than round corners, enhancing the overall comfort by a large margin. You can now sit in the saloon with your back comfortably supported while watching the television opposite on the starboard side. The cute “love seat” on starboard has been replaced by a full sized full length settee which also serves as a full sized single berth. Enhanced ventilation with an increased number of opening ports, numerous leather covered stainless hand rails, varnished teak soles in the galley-saloon area with upgraded edge bound Berber carpet in the staterooms...these and many other thoughtfully conceived and carefully built improvements allows me to state that this Super Maramu has the most comfortable and welcoming accommodations compared to any and all of her sisterships. Yet she retains all the normal AMEL features and equipment making her easy for the next owner to rely on us at AMEL for ongoing service and advice.
EcH2O Tech 143 l/h Watermaker, (April, 2010)
Amel comfort pack: 100 hp Yanmar engine, 24v / 175 amp alternator, 12 service batteries (105 ah each), total 630 ah at 24 volts, additional/second battery charger 24v / 100 ah, 4 burner stove and oven
7.5 KW ONAN diesel Generator, less than 2000 hours
Settee/berth in saloon – starboard
Reading lights at all berths
Safe under aft cabin berth
Battery charger 24v / 30 ah
Waste holding tank on each toilet
Masthead tri color/anchor lamp
LED Navigation lights on bow pulpit, stern
LED light bars over sink and stove in galley (March, 2011)
Seagull drinking water filter
Eberspächer diesel fired heating/fresh air ventilation
Dishwasher, (new January, 2010)
Silencer for the generator. Quiets the exhaust
6 LED nightlights: chart table, galley, forward head, aft head, passageway, cockpit
Twin Racor 500 fuel filter and water separators
Rope cutter on prop shaft
Inverter 24v / 220v, 500w. Saloon dining table and aft cabin vanity table outlets.
Various galley appliances including a stand and hand mixer, toaster,blender,
coffee maker, and slow cooker.
Selection of transformers allowing the use of small US type appliances such as
the vacuum cleaner to be used with European electricity.
Comprehensive tool inventory.
Electrically driven SCUBA air compressor and 4 SCUBA tanks.
Primary Navigation System:
FURUNO NAVNET 2 VX/2:
GD1920CNT, 10.4” NavNet Color Radar and display unit, (February, 2008)
Integrated ARPA target tracking board, (February, 2008)
24” dome radar antenna
RDP148/NT Nav Net 7” Color LCD radar/chart plotter display at the helm (October, 2007)
BBWGPS Black Box GPS sensor. (October, 2007)
DFF1 Network sounder, temperature & speed sensor (January 2009)
Furuno PG 500 gyro compass (July, 2008)
Primary unit: Simrad AP28 control head, AC42 computer, RC42 rate compass, RF300 rudder feedback, fullyintegrated to NavNet and sailing instruments. (New, 03/2011)
Backup unit: Raymarine Autopilot S3G AST with wind vane steering option and ST7000+ control head and ST600R remote control. Standalone for course following mode only.
Drives: One direct drive unit and one chain drive unit with 3 position switch to move between them or disable both. Both drives will work with both autopilots.
Sailing wind/depth instruments: (all new 3/2011)
FI-5001 wind transducer, FI-501 Wind angle indicator, FI-502 CH wind angle
Indicator, FI-503 digital display instrument, one RD-33 remote display at thehelm
and one at the nav-station.
Digital Yacht AIT1000 class B AIS transceiver with transmit suppression button, output
to NEMA backbone with NavNet display, and USB output to computer. (New 01/2011)
Interphase Probe forward looking depth sounder
Digital METEOliner BarographTwo Heavy duty Newmar 32-12-35 DC to DC converters, converting 24 volt house current to 12 volt to support standard 12 volt electronic equipment.. (October 2007)
Furuno GP-150 GPS, October 2007, with USB output to computer.
Standard Horizon Quantum GX5500S VHF with DSC and hailer/fog horn. Additional full
function Ram+ mike at helm. (December, 2007)
Iridium 9505A portable sat-phone mounted in fixed mount chassis with speaker phone, handset, and external antenna. Supports voice and data via serial connection to the computer. (May 2009)
Icom M-802 SSB/Amateur band radio, (March 2008)
AT140 tuner, (March 2008)
Pactor IIB, USB SSB modem with Pactor III modifications (March 2008)
Shakespeare HF/SSB antenna, (March, 2011)
TV / DVD player
Digital Clipper Navtex
Activ'Echo electronic radar echo enhancer
Polyplanar MRD70/RD44 AM/FM/CD entertainment system with cabin and cockpit
speakers, Aux port for iPod/MP3 connection, and wireless remote, (December 2007).
Hidden 220v plug for laptop outboard of the chart table
Owner used a Toshiba laptop with a MaxSea NavNet Commander software fully
integrated to the NavNet system via network cable. As backup, also used Maptech
Chart Navigator Pro navigation/plotter/sailing program linked to GP150 GPS, which is
connected to computer via serial to USB converter. Second USB connection from
SSB provides Airmail, Sailmail, and weather fax connections.
Vertically battened main, (May 2009)
Amel trade wind sail with poles & Amel mizzen staysail in cockpit locker
3rd extra (Spinnaker) halyard
UV protection on jib leech, main and mizzen clews
Jib cover/sausage type for long term storage
CREW SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Fixed jacklines, starboard and portside
Life raft Zodiac 6 person life raft with 'easy-launch-system'!
Jonbuoy in reach of the cockpit
Lifesling in hard case in reach of the cockpit
NKE man over board alarm system, (disconnected)
MOB button on Furuno NavNet at both stations
ACR Electronics GPS enabled EPIRIB
ACR Electronics Rapid Ditch abandon ship survival bag
Hand-held waterproof marine radio, rechargeable
Pentax 12X50 binoculars
Two West Marine offshore automatic inflatable life vests with integrated harnesses
Two expandable tethers
Package of 4 West Marine type 2 jackets
Leather covered stainless handhold on main cabin table
Leather covered stainless handhold under ceiling starboard in main cabin
Leather covered stainless handhold starboard inside companionway
Stainless handhold in front of stove with eyes for the cook’s safety belt
Stainless eyes at chart table for navigators safety belt
Fire blanket in galley
Two handholds at stern
Automatic Halon extinguisher in engine room
Manual CO2 extinguisher for engine room, operated from companionway steps
(3) US type hand-held fire extinguishers
Welded Stainless companion way safety shield.
TROPICAL SUNSHINE/COMFORT EQUIPMENT
(3) 220V, 50/60Hz air conditioning/heating units, operate on either generator or shore power. Heating is resistance, not reverse cycle. Aft stateroom unit, new 3/2011. Salon unit, new 8/2011.
Large cockpit Bimini, (canvass replaced 4/2010)
Shade inserts for Bimini to all sides
Standard AMEL self-stowing bimini with two overhead clear view areas
Mast to mizzen main cabin and cockpit Sunbrella sun shade tent
Forward and aft deck sunshades
Deck hatch shade covers
2 extra opening, fresh air side windows in aft cabin
All cabin side windows with fiberglass rain protection covers
3 fresh air scoops for galley and aft cabin side windows
Quick remove stainless deck hatch bars allowing ample ventilation and security
Quick remove companion way bar allowing ample ventilation and security
5 Hella 24 volt fans with 9 mounting points
Mosquito nets for both forward cabin berths and aft cabin berth
Screens in all opening side ports
Net covers for all overhead hatches
Fits nicely on aft or forward decks, easy halyard launch
10’8” AB Inflatable RIB (January, 2010)
18HP Tohatsu 2-stroke, (January, 2010)
Lofrans Tigres 24v anchor winch in January 2007
Heavier stainless Buegel Anchor 88 lbs
Fortress FX anchor
125m, 10 mm stainless anchor chain (conservatively marked each 20’ beginning at 60’)Saltwater anchor wash/valve to switch to saltwater deck wash
Main propeller. Bow propellers with special Amel tool. Bow propeller electronic replacement component,
Large special 'Super Maramu' lifting shackles.
Engine filters and impellers, generator filters and impellers, Racor filter inserts, Seagull filters.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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