|If you have never seen an Amel, it is hard to appreciate the thought and consideration that has gone into her design. The Amel 46 Santorin is a purpose built passage maker, designed and constructed to effectively deal with the realities of ocean voyaging and long term liveaboard. Watertight collision bulkheads, fully weather protected helm station, full sized engine room with complete and easy access to all maintainable systems, low maintenance exterior, extremely functional interior, lots of storage space both on deck and below, are just some of the features offered by Amel on all models. The yacht is absolutely ready in all respects to step aboard and continue cruising. She comes highly recommended for the serious offshore sailor and now presents the opportunity you've been waiting for.
** NOW SOLD **
||46' 0" - 14.03m|
||Amel Yachts France.|
||Vessel is powered by a VOLVO PENTA MD22L-A 50 HP diesel giving good speed and manoeuvrability under way. Engine room: Fully sound proofed engine bay.
Morse throttle control.
Gearbox by HURTH HBV 250 with new washer (2014)
Propeller Shaft Alternator: VALEO 25a
Propeller x 3 fixed blade.
Bow Thruster: AMEL with new washer and neoprene-rings (2011)
Blower out JABSCO.
Blower in JABSCO (2007)
Pipe saltwater system. (2009)
Internal strap. (2009)
Exhaust silencer: Vetus LP60.(2011)
Rebuild of the main alternator. (2012)
New cover + new pipe heat exchanger exit. (2013)
New salt water pump. (2014)
New water pump. (2014)
New fuel hose. (2014)
Watermaker: DESSALATOR D60 12/230V. (2009) with two new membranes. (2012)
Water filter: WATERGUARD RV-10uc. (2012)
Air heater: EBERSPAECHER D 3L.
Automatic water system pump: JABSCO PAR MAX 2,9 (2008)
Automatic grey-water and bilge pump: MARINA ZZ.
Automatic anchor cleaning pump: JDREX S40.
Manual bilge pump: HENDERSON MARK V.
SPARE PARTS: water pump, bearings for propeller shaft Amel, neoprene rings for bow thruster Amel, Bow thruster spare parts, Spare autopilot drive unit motor, watermaker filter, fuel and oil filters, for toilets, navigation lights, plugs for Mercury and Honda, propeller for Yamaha outboard, 12/19 volt adapter for computer (SPEEDLINK), tools, nuts and bolts ect.
Winch repair spare parts, Shackles, carbines, pegs etc.
||3580h approx at time of listing.|
||CARIBE LIGHT 8 hard bottom. 42 KG (2009)|
||MERCURY 2-stroke 5 HP (new 2014)|
||Stepping out of the safe center cockpit and down the companionway stairs you have the galley to port and the well equipped side facing nav station to starboard. There is a stool at the nav station allowing access to all points. Forward into the main salon you have a long lounge seat just to starboard of center-line and behind this there is another large storage shelf. Both of these can double as sea-berths on a passage if you need to be close to the watch hand. Opposite here you have the main seating around a large timber table. Seating for approximately eight is accommodated easily with the addition of an extra table section. All joinery and linings present in wonderful condition. She has a very strong feel below decks and attention to detail by her designers and builders is second to none. Lots access to areas that are normally built in by production builders, makes for easy servicing of all manner of things.
Forward form here you have a very large hanging and storage locker to starboard and the guests head to port. Stepping forward again into the Vee berth you have one large single to port and another slightly smaller single to starboard. These could be made into a large double with a little thought. Lockers and shelve abound throughout the yacht for all manner of cruising kit. Access to the genuine drop down Amel bow thruster is forward again. Coming back through the salon into the aft owners cabin you have another deep storage area outbound to starboard that is currently being used for storage boxes and opposite here is another deep storage area with hanging space. On into the aft cabin with the double berth on center-line and ensuite forward to port.
The quality of the timber work and veneers are a standout throughout the yacht and will be immediately noticed when stepping down below.
||Owners ensuite shower in aft cabin and separate guests head forward to port. Water Heater: QUICK|
||Aft owners ensuite located to port forward of berth. Vanity with deep basin in both forward and aft ensuites. Guests ensuite located forward of the salon to port. Both heads have deep storage lockers and shelves. Forward and aft head have a fold out washing line that can accommodate a lot of items. Toilets x two JABSCO large bowl. Forward head, new pump, (2014)Aft head, new pump, (2013)|
||Sea kindly galley is to port as you step down the companionway. Everything is at hand as it should be, on a serious cruising yacht designed to be at sea for extended durations. Plenty of storage both below and above benches.
Fresh water backup foot pump.
Gas cooker/oven, ENO 0440, with 2 burners.
Asstd dinnerware and dishes. Amel original.
Separate Sunday best set of plates.
||Cold stores are accommodated in the front opening COOLMATIC 120L fridge /freezer.|
||Electric Windlass, LOFRANS TIGRES 1000 W
Main Anchor, CQR 45LB with 100m x 10mm chain, (2009)
2nd Anchor, ADMIRALTY 22KG with 55m rope (D18) (2009)
ANCHOR-BUOY x ORANGE, with 3 ropes (6m + 9m + 14m) (2009)
Twin Bow rollers.
Anchor winch operated from safety of cockpit.
||EPIRB: ACR GLOBALFIX CAT II 2744, (2009), maintenance done and battery replaced (2014)
Liferaft: BOMBARD BIP OFFSHORE 6 ISO 9650 1 B, (2007), 1st revision (2011), 2nd revision (2014)
Life-bouy: with light, (2014)
IOR PERCHE: (2009)
Help ladder: (2009)
Spotlight: LED XSJ 2000000 CANDLES (2014)
Strobe lights: x 2 XENEC SL-15 (2009)
Torch : x 3 (2011)
Fire Extinguishers: x 2 salon revision (2015), x 1 engine room automatic.
Life Jackets: 2 X M Quickfit 150 N (fully automatic gas inflation) 2014
4 x traditional life jackets with integrated harness.
Manual Sounding line.
Signal Horn: x 1 manual.
Life lines x 2 (2009)
IOR Emergency extend-able Danbouy.
Emergency tiller steering x "BARRE FRANCHE DE SECOURS"
Asstd Emergency bungs.
Grab Bags x 2 (2009)
Grab Container x 20lt (2009)
Survival Water Jerrycan x 10lt (2009)
||Batteries: E-NEX 100A 12V, (2015), 1 x Start and 4 x House.
Battery Charger: VICTRON ENERGY IP 22 12/30-3.(2015)
Battery Monitor:: VICTRON ENERGY CYRIX-i 12-100 (2009)
Battery Control System: MAGNETRONIC DCC 4000.
Inverter: VICTRON ENERGY PHOENIX 12/750,(2009)
Generator: HONDA EU 10-i 1 KW (2012)
Wind Generator: ELECTRIC ENERGY D400 with regulator GTB12.(2009)
Solar Panels: MONOCRISTALLIN 100W x 3 with regulator. (2009)
Clock: 1 x main chart table BARIGO.
2nd strong LED anchor light for deck (2014)
Brass light fittings on bulkhead in salon.
Handheld Neon light (2009)
Extension cable 240v x 18m on roller (2009)
|Brookes and Gatehouse (B&G): HYDRA 2: FFD Hydra 2000 (2007)
Depth Transducer (2011)
Masthead Unit (2013)
Electronic board for Depth and Speedometer (2014)
Radar: FURUNO M 1831, Magnetron (2005)
Autopilots: AUTOHELM ST 7000 new Drive Unit (2011)
Raymarine SPX 30 (new) as back -up unit and fitted ready to go.
Raymarine ST 6002 (new)
GPS Navigator: FURUNO GP-32 with 2 antennas (2009)
GPS Personal Navigator: GARMIN GPS 72 (2009)
GPS Personal Navigator: GARMIN GPS 75.
Compass: PLASTIMO HORIZON 135.
Compass handheld: AXIUM (2009)
Television Antenna: OMNIMAX (2009)
VHF Marine Transceiver at nav station: ICOM-M505 DSC (2009), main board (2013)
VHF Handheld Transceiver: ENTEL HT 640 submersible (2008)
MF/HF Transceiver: ICOM-M802 DSC (2009) + HF automatic antenna Tuner AT-110,+ active reception antenna for DSC, + Pactor III Modem SCS PTCusb.
NAVTEX :FURUNO NX-300 (2011)
MW-LW-SW Receiver with RDS SANGEAN ATS 909 (2008)
AM-FM RECEIVER + CD Player (JVC 4x22W) with cooling fan.
Salon and cockpit loudspeakers.
||ELECTRIC FURLING SYSTEMS: LEROY SOMER 45A 0,37 KW x 3.
SAILS: All new 2009.
Main, DEME VOILES HYDRANET 26sqm
Genoa, HYDRANET 55 sqm,
Mizzen, DEME VOILES MYLAR 13 sqm
Ballooner, NYLON 60 sqm,
Mizzen jib, NYLON 30 sqm,
Removable Genoa UV cover.
Preventer with tackle x 2 for main boom and mizzen boom.
Andersen Line Tender for main traveller.
Two poles for wing on wing sailing
|Mast / Rigging
||Solid Ketch Rigged Yacht for serious offshore cruising.
Allow masts and booms.
Twin spreaders on main.
Single spreader on mizzen.
Stainless Steel rigging.
||Quality Self tailing winches throughout.
Stainless steel wheel in protected cockpit.
Stainless steel davits with solar above. (2009)
Alloy deck mooring cleats.
Outboard lifter under davit.
Large deck hatches over living quarters.
Opening ports in galley and heads.
Dinghy: with anchor (1,5kg) + 20m rope with manual dinghy pump (2015)
Outboard bracket on rail.
Large lazarette locker aft.
Forward deck lockers at bow.
Extra large deck locker port side amidships.
Extra large locker port side in cockpit. Lockable from inside yacht for safety.
Large engine room hatch in cockpit floor. Lockable from inside the yacht.
Swim ladder with grab rail either side, (AMEL)
Boarding steps in aft transom.
Cockpit shower (cold).
Solid top stainless steel safety rail around yacht.
Amel water gauge using a very simple system that is not electronic.
Amel grey water automatic pump out, again using a very simple float switch.
Mattresses sitting on ventilating base.
Sewing machine, (BERNINA)
||With a powerful bow thruster and controls for the anchor at the helm, the start and end of each sail will be accomplished very easily, even for a shorthanded crew. Once the pick is down, wide decks make great places for sun-worshipping and the sheltered cockpit provides a good space to entertain. This boat has so many extra modifications and additions, of the best standard, you will most impressed on inspection.
She is located in a marina precinct here in SE Qld so very easy to arrange inspections.
If you are considering cruising offshore, whether it be toward the southern oceans or up into the tropics, you will find Amels have "been there done that". The Santorin 46 is the perfect size, for a couple cruising in safety and comfort, be it inshore or out on any of the worlds oceans.
For inspections please contact Rob Devers on 0407112265, Email rob@yachtdomain. Com as I will be delighted to assist.
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.