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    Amel - 54 for sale

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    • Amel - 54 for sale

    Beautifully-maintained and extensively-equipped Amel 54 with custom hardtop and almost every extra you could want or need. Configured for reliable ocean cruising, Amel 54 No.56 is ready for anything and everything.


    Very special one-owner UK-owned Amel 54, ordered specifically for a circumnavigation which has now been completed. With almost every single possible option ticked, totally over Euro 900k on the original Amel invoice, including the essential Comfort Plus Package, plus numerous updates and improvements along the way, CADUCEUS is without doubt one the most complete and ‘ready to go’ Amel 54’s on the market today.

    Her highlights are numerous and include:-
    GRP hardtop in place of original canvas bimini
    Retractable bow thruster
    Brunton feathering prop
    11kw Onan generator
    Second battery charger and high output alternator
    Updated AGM battery banks
    2.5kw inverter
    Solar panels, twin wind generators and Watt & Sea water generator
    Dessalator Duo 24v/220v D100 watermaker
    Diesel-fired heating
    Washer and Dryer
    Fridge & Freezer
    Electric freshwater heads
    TV and Fusion stereo
    Mahogany interior joinery
    Alcantara upholstery
    Complete Raymarine navigation instrument package with digital radar, Evolution pilot etc
    Satcoms and SSB
    Tri-radial sail package
    Cruising chute
    Electric furling for mainsail and both foresails with upgraded Reckmann genoa furler
    Folding aluminium passarelle
    Stainless steel arch for mounting solar panels and antennas with functionality as tender davits
    Tender and outboard
    Full cockpit cushions package
    3-part sun-awning
    Removable security bars fitted to companionway entrance and deckhead hatches
    Dive compressor with dive tanks
    Full safety equipment package

    Serviced and maintained ready to leave again, her owner’s plans have now changed, so CADUCEUS is now offered for sale ashore in Sant Carles, Spain, ready for her next adventure.


    We have owned CADUCEUS from new, she currently has a full UK Registration. She was bought and equipped by us for blue water cruising. She has a comprehensive inventory and has been fully maintained and updated by us. She comes with a large stock of spares.

    We left the UK in July 2010 and crossed the Atlantic with the ARC Rally in November of that year. After three years cruising the East coast of the USA we transited Panama in January 2014 crossing the Pacific and getting to New Zealand in December. 2015 was spent carrying out aid work in Vanuatu before moving on to be in Thailand by Christmas. 2016 we crossed the Indian Ocean and 2017 we sailed up the Atlantic via St Helena, Ascension to the Azores and thence to Gibraltar and Catalonia, NE Spain.

    CADUCEUS has covered 56,000 nm but has undergone a comprehensive maintenance program since we arrived back in the Mediterranean in April 2017, to ready her for anther long trip. Our plans have changed, hence we are offering CADUCEUS for sale. This maintenance program has included work by AMEL at
    Hyères, the replacement of the Bamar genoa furler and the overhaul by Dessalator of the water maker. The main engine has had a new cam belt and the generator has been fitted with a new water pump.

    If you wish to take off long distance cruising, Caduceus is possibly the best equipped AMEL 54 on the market.


    “Like its predecessor, the Super Maramu, the Amel 54 has a conservative sail plan and hull shape designed for comfortable sailing. On a CW test sail last year, in 16 knots on the beam with choppy cross seas off Florida, the 54 logged an effortless 9 knots. Old-school cruisers will appreciate the full-skeg rudder and reaching pole for downwind work. Because safety is Amel's paramount concern, the boat has four watertight bulkheads. The 54's solid hull is laminated to the deck, which has high bulwarks and full-length stainless-steel railings for added security.

    Many Amel customers are older cruising couples, so easy operation is key. "If you can lift 50 pounds, you can do everything on this boat yourself," says U.S. agent Joel Potter. The electric furling main and genoa, electric winches, a bow thruster, and hydraulic pistons to help lift berths to access storage all support his claim…

    …The late Captain Henri Amel's vision of the ideal cruising boat incorporated elegance, safety, comfort, and shorthanded-sailing ease. The new Amel 54 is a distinctive, luxurious, long-legged passagemaker of which the Captain would certainly approve.”
    Cruising World – January 2007


    With over 3,000 yachts built over their 50yrs history, the Amel story is one of the most fascinating in yachting.

    Amel is first and foremost the story of one man. The ‘Cap'taine’! Or rather Henri Tonet, his real name. Now recognised as an exceptional naval architect, he started out as a Parisian auto coach maker with a passion for naval construction. A strong-willed, ambitious man, ready to go all-out to fulfil his dreams, and who despite being partially blind for most of his life, continued to invent, develop and design his boats with the same enthusiasm.

    Henri Amel was above all a man of sound judgement, whose simple, fundamental ideas are now considered as a prerequisite by many sailors. As an architect, he believed that the notions of quality, safety and comfort on board should address one objective: being able to navigate across all the world’s seas.

    Henri Amel passed away on April 12th 2005 and his company is today both owned and run by its loyal and long-standing employees. With circa 120 shipwrights, technicians, managers and adminstrators centred around the 11,500sqm Amel shipyard in Périgny, La Rochelle, the shipyard now produces the sloop-rigged Amel 50 and 60.

    AMEL is a true French success story, as beautiful as it is rare. A business story bearing the imprint of true sailor’s courage, made of challenges and humility, of hard work and determination, of dreams to achieve. A story that has succeeded in bringing people together through their love for the ocean and long-distance journeys.


    RCD Status:
    Our understanding is that the yacht is fully compliant with the European Union's Recreational Craft Directive (CE-marking) and is categorised A (unrestricted offshore).

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    Extremely strong and solid one-piece fibreglass laminate for the hull, keel and skeg.
    All laminations incorporate an Amel exclusive flat woven bi-axial fibreglass cloth and are accomplished by hand.
    The deck is hand laminated fibreglass with segmented end grain balsa core in the horizontal surfaces.
    There are substantial solid fibreglass laminated plates beneath all deck hardware that require backing plates.
    Monohull/multi-cellular structure: The hull, deck, bulkheads, and the furniture are all laminated together to form one piece while the vessel is still in the mould. This homogeneous assembly technique provides unsurpassed strength and structural integrity, and eliminates the potential for leaks common in the more typical bolted/screwed together hull to deck joint.
    4 genuine watertight bulkheads with isolating valves.
    Proprietary anti-osmotic treatment below the waterline.
    Hull polished and antifouled – April 2019

    Keel & Rudder:
    L-shaped encapsulated keel with bulb
    Rudder constructed from hand laminated fibreglass shell mounted on a solid stainless steel rudder shaft with stainless steel internal ribs.
    The rudder is attached to the full length skeg and the hull at three points.


    Engine & gearbox:
    Volvo Penta D3-110 5-cylinder turbo-charged diesel engine producing 110hp
    Cockpit controls with electronic throttle and complete alarm system
    Freshwater cooling system via raw water intake and heat exchanger
    Water-cooled exhaust
    Hurth HSW-250-H hydraulic gearbox with shaft brake (shaft brake overhauled 2017)
    Amel drive system with dual gearboxes
    Genuine separate/full sized/stand up engine and machinery room accessed from the cockpit. The engine room is airtight from the interior and can be made watertight by employing the provided valves on the internal drain system.
    24V automatic engine room blower/exhaust fan employed with the main engine. Permanent natural ventilation.
    220V automatic engine room blower/exhaust fan employed with the generator.

    Maintenance and Performance:
    Approx engine hours: 4,460 hours as of Spring 2019
    Date of last engine service: Spring 2019
    Engine cambelt changed Autumn 2018

    Propulsion & Steering:
    Brunton variable pitch feathering propeller
    Spurs ropecutter
    Spare 3-bladed fixed propeller
    Amel retractable 24vDC 11hp bowthruster with joystick control at helm – motor replaced 2011
    Wheel steering with leather covered stainless steel helm wheel
    Emergency steering gear


    Voltage systems:
    24vDC and 12vDC domestic system with 220vAC via shorepower, generator or inverters.

    Battery Banks:
    1x 12v 105Ah Platinum Xtreme AGM engine and generator start battery - 2017
    24v Platinum Xtreme AGM 630Amp service battery bank - 2017

    Dolphin Reya 100Amp 220/24v battery charger
    Mastervolt 30Amp Smart Charger 110/220v 50/60Hz (allowing safe battery charging in the US)

    Mastervolt 2.5kw inverter fitted in machinery space with remote control in galley supplying 220v sockets and microwave oven. Separate master switch to battery bank
    Mastervolt 800w inverter for TV’, laptops, charging phones etc

    12v engine-mounted alternator
    24v 110Amp engine-mounted secondary alternator for service battery bank

    Onan 11kw generator
    Generator diesel engine replaced (2014)
    Generator hours run on new diesel engine approx. 1,230 as of Spring 2019
    Date of last generator service – Autumn 2018 (laid up since)

    Solar Power Generation:
    4x Kyocera KCM140 140w solar panels (560w total) - 2012
    MorningStar Tristar 45 MPPT Solar Power Controller

    Wind Power Generation:
    2x Air Breeze wind generators
    Remote control switches at chart table
    Digital ammeter for each wind generator

    Aqua Power Generation:
    Watt & Sea hydrogenator – 2012
    Unit overhauled by Watt & Sea – July 2018
    Digital ammeter monitoring output
    New unused set of rigging lines supplied by Watt & Sea

    Other Electrical:
    50Hz 220vAC shore power system
    220vAC ring main with sockets throughout
    Main AC/DC control panel with volt and amp meters
    Visual alarm for loss of continuity on the positive or negative side of the 24V electrical system.
    12v and 24v sockets
    Anti-electrolysis protection system : All the metallic parts in contact with fluids are connected to the anodes integrated in the rudder.


    Fresh Water:
    24vDC freshwater twin pump system with accumulator – primary pump replaced Autumn 2018
    Hot water supply via engine calorifier or 220vAC immersion heater element in 40 litre Isotemp hot water tank powered by shorepower or generator – Replaced 2016
    Pressurised hot & cold water supplied to galley and heads
    Filtered fresh water supply to galley
    Fresh water hose connection in cockpit

    Dessalator Duo D100 24v/220vAC 100 litre per hour watermaker
    Watermaker membranes replaced 2018 (laid up since)
    Watermaker hours: approx. 1,521 as of Spring 2019

    Bilge Pumps:
    Central electric bilge pump
    Manual bilge pump
    Bilge water level alarm with visual and acoustic alarms
    24v high capacity submergible bilge pump and fold flat hose
    High capacity free standing bilge pump and fold flat hose - these pumps for clearing the boat in the event of swamping

    Grey & Black Water:
    Heads discharge outboard or to black water tanks
    All showers and sinks discharge directly outboard

    Gas System:
    2 gas bottles with solenoid valve mounted in the topside portside watertight deck locker.

    Seawater intake seacock laminated to the hull with strainer and distribution manifold with acoustic and visual alarms for restricted water flow – distribution manifold replaced Spring 2019


    900 litres fuel capacity
    Dual Racor diesel fuel filters with change-over valve

    Fresh Water:
    900 litres fresh water capacity
    AMEL freshwater gauge with float.
    There is a clean out/access door into each of the water tank’s 3 compartments.

    Holding Tanks:
    2x blackwater holding tanks servicing forward and aft heads


    In Cockpit:
    Raymarine E125 12" widescreen MFD at the helm position - 2014
    Raymarine A65 touch screen in the cockpit as a repeater - 2014
    RD424HD 4kw 24" Digital Radar - 2014
    Raymarine EV1 Evolution Heading Sensor 532.44 532.44T - 2014
    RAYE70099 Raymarine ACU200 autopilot control – 2014
    Autopilot motor replaced 2017
    RAYE32153 Raymarine Raystar 130 SeaTalkNG GPS Antenna - 2014
    Interphase colour forward looking sonar
    Brooks and Gatehouse analogue instruments in the cockpit.
    Steering compass

    At chart table:
    Raymarine E127 12" widescreen MFD Chart Plotter with depth sounder, at the chart table - 2014
    B&G Hydra 2000 controller at the chart table. This has been interfaced via an Actisence NMEA0183/2000 converter to the Raymarine NG bus allowing comprehensive display of data on the MFD's
    Echo Class B AIS trans-receiver coupled to the Raymarine bus and with a serial/USB output for use with OpenCPN runningon a laptop
    HS5 Raymarine NetActisense NMEA2000 gateway to NMEA0183 (AIS version) - 2014
    Actisense NGT-1-USB NMEA 2000 Gateway

    Communications Equipment:
    VHF Icom IC-M505 with remote handset at the helm position
    SSB Icom 801E fully unlocked with the original whip aerial and a double dipole attached to the backstay
    Sailor 150, Inmarsat (no current SIM card, last used 2017)
    Iridium fixed unit with antenna built into the starboard rail and handset at the chart table (not currently connected but believed to be fully working)
    Digital Yachts WL510 WiFi amplifier with antenna on the stern arch
    Mailasail Redbox WiFi router integrating and controlling data access to WiFi, G3/G4 USB stick, Satellite data. A small NAS can be connected into this which streams music and video to iPads etc.


    Gimballed 4-burner stove with oven and grill
    24vDC extraction hood
    220vAC microwave oven
    24vDC front opening refrigerator
    24vDC top opening deep freeze
    Original mechanical fridge/freezer thermostats replaced by digital units with temperature alarms – 2013
    Second 24vDC top opening deep freeze located under saloon seating – upgraded cooling plate fitted 2015
    Stainless steel double sink with mixer tap with flexible extension tube and adjustable spray nozzle.
    Seagull fresh water filter supply
    Manual fresh water pump

    Electric freshwater marine heads with holding tanks
    Basins & showers with hot & cold water supply

    220vAC washing machine in forward heads - replaced by Amel 2017
    220vAC dryer in forward heads

    220vAC 50Hz air conditioning systems with three units fitted aft, saloon a forward with electric heating elements (the units have been operated without issue on 60Hz with the 120v legs bonded to give 240v.)
    Air conditioning pump replaced with a magnetic drive pump - 2015
    Webasto 24vDC 5,500w diesel heating in the three areas
    9 x 24v ventilation fans, plus spare unit

    Fusion MS-AV700i in place of the original JVC radio/CD player, zoned for the Bose speakers and sub-woofer in the saloon and cockpit speakers. Connected to the Raymarine bus
    Fusion Unidock for iPod/USB
    Original TV in the saloon, on a hoist, replaced 2015. This is coupled to the original DVD player.
    LCD flat screen TV in the aft cabin with antenna connection and 220v supply from the 800w inverter at the chart table


    Summary of Accommodation:
    7 berths in four cabins consisting of master double cabin aft, double guest cabin forward, twin bunk guest cabin forward and passaging making cabin/berth in walkthrough aft. Two heads.

    Accommodation Finish:
    All interior woodwork in Mahogany with a polyurethane two-component multi-coat varnish.
    The sole has non-skid synthetic teak and holly floor boards.
    Black-out blinds on all the port lights. Black-out blinds and fly screens for all hatches.
    Lee clothes for the berths
    Cream interior Alcantara fabric
    LED bulbs throughout internal lighting.

    Accommodation Extras:
    Colour coordinated bedding, duvets, mattress protectors.
    Aft cabin mattress has always been protected by a mattress topper which will be removed prior to sale.
    3 sets of towels and bath mats
    Set of ceramic dinner plates, side plates, bowls, mugs and wine glasses.

    Description of Accommodation from Forward:

    Portside front cabin:
    Large double berth (1,40 m wide) with lee cloth.
    Hanging locker, shelves, book cases.
    Voluminous storage space under the berth and sole
    Reading lamps and utility lights
    220V outlet.
    220V air conditioning and Webasto diesel heating outlet
    Opening overhead hatch and side opening porthole.

    Starboard front cabin:
    Upper and lower single berths with lee clothes.
    Shelves and storage spaces.
    Reading lamps and utility lights
    220V outlet.
    220V air conditioning and Webasto diesel heating outlet
    Opening overhead hatch and side opening porthole.
    Plenty of dry storage space beneath the sole.

    Forward heads:
    One piece laminated modular assembly (easy to clean).
    Sink with mixer tap.
    Separate stall shower with thermostatic mixer tap.
    Storage, shelves, mirror, towel rack.
    24V electric toilet with freshwater flushing. (holding tank).
    220V outlet
    220V washing machine (6kg capacity) and separate 220V dryer.
    Cleaning supplies locker.
    Opening overhead hatch.
    Forward watertight bulkhead.
    Easy access to all the technical parts.

    U-shaped dinette on the portside with very easy access incorporating a horizontally articulating oval
    Plenty of shelves, book cases, exceptionally generous dry storage space under the dinette, armchairs
    and sole.
    Watertight bulkhead with watertight door
    2 armchairs on starboard flanking the drinks bar storage for glasses and bottles.
    Hand rails, complete curtains and cushions.
    Large opening overhead hatch and 4 fixed side portlights in the hull sides.
    220V outlets.
    Numerous 24V lights (spotlights and wall lamps).
    220V air-conditioning and Webasto heating outlet.
    Opening sole floorboards on hinges and lock-downs.
    Set of loud-speakers for the stereo system.

    U shaped galley arrangement.
    Large top loading deep freezer and stainless steel front-loading refrigerator.
    220V microwave oven.
    Gas stove with 4 burners and also an oven/grill fitted on gimbals with a stainless steel safety bar
    Top opening access to the storage for the pots & pans.
    Plenty of shelves and storage for groceries and cleaning products, drawers for flatware and cooking utensils.
    Corian countertop
    Stainless steel double sink, mixer tap with flexible extension tube and adjustable spray nozzle.
    Three 220v outlets
    24v fume/heat extractor hood over the stove.
    Easy access to all the technical parts.
    Opening side porthole.
    24V lighting with spotlights and utility lights.
    Companionway with 3 wide steps and hand rails.
    Vertically sliding companionway door with lightweight 2-part security bars

    Navigation station:
    Large L-shaped chart table.
    Storage for charts and guides. Drawers, shelves and a book case.
    24v and 220v outlets.
    Electronic navigation instruments are fitted to a removable shelf assembly for easy access to the wiring. Space for a laptop/desktop computer.
    Very comfortable, fully adjustable seat with backrest.
    Hanging locker for wet clothes with shelf over the top.
    Easy access to all the technical parts.

    Passage way cabin:
    Very comfortable single berth with lee cloth.
    Shelves, book case, and storage.
    Opening porthole to cockpit.
    Starting and house battery storage under the berth in a watertight/vapor-tight compartment.

    Aft cabin:
    The owner’s stateroom is exceptionally spacious with exceptional ventilation and natural light, yet
    completely self-contained and very privately isolated from the rest of the accommodation.
    The centreline double berth is 2m long and 1,60m wide at the fullest section, is fitted with removable lee protections and easily tilts up on pressurized gas cylinders to access huge volumes of dry storage as well as the rudder quadrant and the ship's lockable safe below.
    The berth is flanked by nightstands both port and starboard.
    The mattress is in two pieces over a slatted base.
    Plenty of shelves and book cases.
    Two hanging lockers.
    Writing desk/dressing table with drawer and mirror.
    220V air conditioning and Webasto heating
    5 side opening portholes.
    220V outlets.
    Plentiful 24V lighting with spot lamps, reading lamps, and utility lighting throughout.
    Private access to the aft head and shower area.
    Watertight bulkhead and door at the entry to the aft stateroom.
    Fixed watertight bulkhead separates the aft end of the aft cabin from the large deck accessed stern lazarette

    Aft heads:
    One piece laminated modular assembly (easy to clean).
    Washbasin with mixer tap.
    Separate stall shower with opening overhead hatch directly over the shower stall.
    24V electric toilet with freshwater flush (holding tank).
    Towel racks, shelves.
    220V outlet.
    Cabin side opening porthole.


    The Amel 54 is rigged as a ketch.
    "AMEL" main and mizzen masts. Both masts are designed and entirely manufactured by AMEL.
    The finish is a 2-component polyurethane paint.
    2 sets of spreaders on the main mast and 1 on the mizzen.
    Reckmann 24vDC electric genoa furler, forestay and foil - 2017
    Bamar 24vDC electric staysail furler
    Mainsail furler gearbox replaced with AMEL supplied unit - 2012.
    Outhaul motor rewound 2014
    Single strand stainless steel standing rigging - 2007 (date of last professional rigging inspection Autumn 2018 with replacements where required)
    Purpose built AMEL booms, finished in polyurethane paint.
    Mast-mounted bearing-out pole with required rigging
    Sheet traveller tracks
    Furling equipment for gennaker
    All the controls (manual and electric) of sheets and mainsail tackle are run to the cockpit.

    Lewmar 2-speed self-tailing winches package
    2x electric genoa winches in cockpit
    2x manual staysail winches in cockpit
    1x electric mainsheet winch in cockpit
    4x winches on main mast
    2x winches on mizzen mast with cleats and rope clutches/line locks
    Electric winches have upgraded Harken switches

    Amel Dacron tri-radial in-mast furling mainsail – 2007 – Vertical battens removed and roach re-cut 2013
    Amel Dacron tri-radial in-mast furling mizzen sail – 2007 - Vertical battens removed and roach re-cut 2013
    Amel Dacron tri-radial furling genoa – 2007
    Amel Dacron tri-radial furling staysail – 2007
    Amel nylon mizzen staysail – 2007 – retrofitted with sock to aid retrieval
    Amel nylon furling gennaker - 2007
    Dolphin Sails 140sqm cruising chute with sock and double sheets - 2010

    GRP hardtop above structural GRP windscreen – fitted 2012
    Stainless steel tube guardrails around the entire perimeter of the boat with integral wooden outboard engine storage mount
    Open - centre bow pulpit with integrated teak seat.
    Stern pulpit can be fully opened for swimming access.
    Reverse swim platform with integrated stainless steel bathing ladder.
    Hot/cold fresh water shower.
    Deck level running lights.
    7 watertight on deck lockers with secured locks
    5 opening overhead hatches, 15 side opening portholes, 4 fixed side portlights in the hull sides.
    All the controls are located at the helm station (engine, bow thruster, windlass, anchor wash, winches etc)
    Very comfortable helm seat with backrest.
    Large folding cockpit table.
    Secondary removable cockpit table.
    Lights under the hardtop.
    Strong stainless steel stern arch with solar panels, wind generators, Inmarsat antenna, WiFi aerial and dinghy lift. The dinghy lift takes a 3m dinghy, this can be hoisted with the outboard in place or removed for passage making. The hoist is either manual or using an electric cockpit winch.
    Aluminium folding passerelle stored in the lazarette

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    Stainless steel stemhead/bow roller configured to receive and secure two anchors and a mooring line
    AMEL pattern primary anchor with 80m chain
    Primary Lewmar 24vDC anchor windlass: Replaced with secondary little used winch 09/2018. Controlled from the helm position with a chain counter and foot control on the foredeck
    CQR secondary anchor with 50m chain and 100m of warp
    Secondary Lewmar 24vDC anchor windlass: Replaced with main winch fitted with new gearbox 02/2019. Foot controller on the foredeck
    All foot controls and electric winch switches, originally Lewmar switches were replaced with Harken switches supplied by AMEL as a recall.
    Salt water anchor wash: controlled from the helm position
    Kedge anchor: Fortress aluminium, 2m chain and 100m of warp
    10 stainless steel cleats for mooring, mounted on the toerails
    Massive stainless steel foredeck cleat.
    Fender planks: two strong fender planks sized to fit in the lazarette
    Fenders: numerous
    Mooring lines: numerous, some well worn and some virtually new

    Covers & Canvas:
    Three section sun awning, aft, centre and forward
    Hatch and winch covers
    Cockpit cushions

    Tender & Outboard:
    Inflatable tender
    8hp 2-stroke Yamaha outboard motor, overhauled 11/2018 and not used since

    Diving Equipment:
    Dive compressor - Bauer with low hours usage. Will require a service and new filters to recommission
    2 x aluminium dive tanks – Will require recertification


    Navigation Lights:
    Mast head tricolour: LED bulb
    Deck level navigation lights: LED bulbs
    Steaming and foredeck flood: LED bulbs
    Main mast spreader floods: 10w LED
    Stern Arch floods: 2 x 5w LED controlled from the chart table
    Cockpit lighting: 5 x matching LED units, dimmable white/blue selectable

    Fire Control:
    Manual CO2 fire extinguishing system in machinery space, remotely triggered from chart table
    Manual fire extinguishers throughout interior
    Fire blanket

    Stainless steel removable bars on all opening deck hatches
    Lightweight aluminium two-part grill to secure companionway at night when ventilation is required.
    Stainless plate and two padlocks to secure companionway when the boat is left and vulnerable (Original AMEL item).


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    EPIRB Kannad Class 2 - Battery now due for replacement
    Life raft - Zodiac 6 man plus additional Ocean bag – next service due 2020
    Flares - RORC set renewed 2018
    Horseshoe buoy
    Man-overboard recovery stretcher/sling
    Rechargeable searchlight torch
    Ocean Safety Para Anchor Pacific 24 with bridle, strop recover lines and 100m streaming warp and shackles.
    Ocean Safety streaming drogue

    Lying – Sant Carles, Spain

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

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    £ 346,020
    Category:Sailing Boats
    Mooring Country:Spain
    Year built:2007
    Sales status:available
    LOA:17.2 m/56 ft
    Length:17.2 m/56 ft
    Width:4.8 m/16 ft
    Draft:2.1 m/7 ft
    Category:fin keel
    Engine manufacturer:volvo d3-110
    Engine hours:4460
    No. of cabins:4
    No. of berths:7
    Model54Hull typegrp
    Waterline length13.75 metersDesigneramel
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    Mooring CountryItaly
    Year built2002
    Length11.99 m/39 ft
    Weight dry -
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    VAHINÉ 5 is a highly competitive Race example of the popular Grand Soleil 40. Full carbon rig with ...
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    Mooring CountryTurkey
    City/area -
    Year built2008
    Length12.49 m/41 ft
    No. of engines -
    Great spec, 1-owner privately used 2008 luxury & stylish high spec. (A/C & steam shower) boat with ...
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    Mooring CountryUnited States of...
    Year built2005
    Length11.6 m/38 ft
    Weight dry -
    Sail area -
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