1982, Amel Maramu

Amel Maramu1982 SOLD

95000.00Jacksonville, FL

Blue Water Cruiser Ready to Go

  • Year: 1982
  • Length: 46'
  • Price: 95000.00
  • Located in Jacksonville, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • YW# 3076944


One of the most desirable blue water sail boats made in the world. This Amel Maramu is in the water and ready to leave as soon as you provision her. She is ketch-rigged for easy single-handing with multiple sail plans and an enviable sail inventory. Her hard dodger with full enclosure wraps you in a dry environment, with all of your navigation electronics positioned for easy viewing. There is a backup system for everything. Two auto pilots (electric and wind vane), two chart plotters, multiple ways to generate electricity with more batteries than one could ever need. No dock queen, WIND WALTZ is a focused, ocean-going vessel that will sail in conditions that keep other boats at anchor or in the marina. She is ready whenever you are! 

This is a work horse of a boat that will take you anywhere in the world.  You won't find a higher value for your dollar in terms of trustworthy construction, tankage, long waterline for speed, and newer rig and engine.  This is a boat for a serious mariner that wants a blue water boat.

Last surveyed in 2016.  Report available.



Designer: Henri Amel
Keel: Fin Keel


length Overall: 46.00 ft
Length Waterline: 35.75 ft
Displacement Measure: 25.00 lb
Ballast Weight Measure: 8.00 lb
Bridge Clearance Measure:55.83 ft
Beam Measure: 13.25 ft


Engine Brand:Yanmar
Engine Model:4JH4E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 2761
Engine Power:55|horsepower


Fresh Water Tanks:1(264 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1(132 Gallons)


Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2


  • Raymarine C-120 GPS and 48 Mile Radar 2010
  • Map chips of the US, Bahamas, and South America and the Caribbean 2012
  • Garmin 441S GPS with chips for US and Bahamas and South America and Caribbean 2012
  • Icom IC -700 SSB radio and tuner
  • Raymarine 7000 Auto pilot 2008
  • Kenwood VHF and mast head antenna
  • Sirrus satellite radio 2012
  • Pioneer CD, AM/FM ,IPOD Radio 2012
  • Bose speakers in cabin 2012
  • Raymarine ST 60 Speed and trip 2010
  • Raymarine ST 60 wind speed and direction 2010
  • Raymarine depth sounder 2010
  • Raymarine CW Wind Speed and Direction 2010
  • Danforth 5 inch compass
  • KVH track sat phone 252 and dome 2010
  • 32 Inch flat screen TV
  • Blue Sky electrical panel 2015

Ground Tackle and Deck Gear

  • Delta 55 lb. anchor with 200 ft. of 10 mm chain on the windless
  • Fortress FX 55 Anchor
  • Fortress FX 37 Anchor with 50 ft. of 10 mm chain and 200 ft. of 1 1/2" rode
  • Bruce 44 lb. anchor
  • Fortress FX 7 Anchor with 10 ft. chain and 150 ft. of rode
  • Six Fenders
  • Sea Anchor
  • Drogue
  • Jack Lines
  • Eight dock lines
  • Lofrans Tigress windless with up and down in cockpit, also on windless and remote (new brushes on motor 2015)
  • All wenches (except jib winches) serviced in 2016

Energy and Batteries

  • 50 foot 50 amp shore power cable
  • Two 130 Watt solar panels
  • Blue sky Solar Boost 2512 I, 2012
  • Air Marine X Wind Generator mounted on arch 2012
  • Wind turbo control 2012
  • Four 6 volt 230 amp batteries February 2015
  • Four 12 volt 110 amp batteries February 2015
  • Two 110 amp batteries hook up to 24 volts for bow thruster 2012
  • Battery charger 24 volts for bow thruster 2012
  • Xantrex 2000 watt inverter so 110 volt devices may be run underway
  • The two engine alternators, along with the wind generator and solar panels make more electricity than one can ever use.
  • Lots of 12 volt outlets for charging tablets and smartphones

Extras and Desirables

  • New Bilge pump 2016
  • Wind vane and auto pilot (rebuilt in 2017)
  • Magna S/S rail mount Barbeque
  • Spectra water maker 13 gal an hour 2010
  • Two Aluminum 20 lb. propane tanks
  • Bow Thruster
  • Hot Water Heater
  • Galley Fridge/Freezer
  • 12 Volt Freezer under salon settee
  • Air Conditioning/Heating system
  • Too many spares to list
  • All linens, dishes, utensils convey with the boat
  • Courtesy flags of different Caribbean countries and quarantine flag

Dinghy and Outboard

  • Stainless steel arch with 5-1 blocks for dinghy lift
  • Edson outboard mount 2012
  • Garhower outbound engine hoist 2012
  • Yamaha 15HP outboard; spark plug and fuel valve replaced 2017

Sails and rigging:

  • Standing rigging new in 2011
  • Aluminum main mast and boom 48 ft. from the water
  • Aluminum Mizzen mast and Boom
  • Stainless standing rigging and turn buckles some replace 2013
  • Mizzen has double back stays. Mast and Mizzen are connected
  • New Mizzen topping lift 2016
  • Harken roller furling and new blocks rebuilt 2015
  • Two down wing poles
  • Boom vang block and tackle S/S 2013
  • One spinnaker halyard
  • One pole topping lift
  • Main halyard and Mizzen Halyard
  • Main sail by Doyle with three reef points, two jiffy reefing
  • Doyle Mizzen sail with one reef and jiffy reefing
  • Doyle stack pack on main sail (no in-mast roller furling)
  • Doyle stack pack on mizzen sail (no in-mast roller furling)
  • Doyle 130 high cut jib with blue cover
  • ATM gale/storm jib 2012 never used
  • Space Mizzen and jib
  • New Genoa 2017

Hull and Deck

  • Bottom paint applied; Interlux Micron CSC July 2016
  • Bow Thruster, propeller, and shaft were primed and painted with propeller paint July 2016
  • New Zincs July 2016
  • Bottom inspected and cleaned by diver every other month since July 2016
  • Stainless Steel Life Rails all the way around the deck
  • 2016 bottom was stripped down to gel coat and spend six months drying then was faired in and three coats of Intelux 2000 was applied and then three coats of bottom paint, the boot stripe was then awl gripped.
  • Long fin keel and skeg hung rudder


  • New forward navigation lights 2016
  • New steaming light 2016
  • New switch panel for the mast lights


  • New joker valves 2016

Safety Gear

  • Lifesling 3
  • Man overboard pole
  • 3 offshore inflatable PFDs
  • 2 new tethers
  • Each PFD has a new water-activated ACR Firefly Strobe Pro
  • Jacklines on either side of the boat
  • 4-man liferaft (needs recertifying)
  • New flare kit (2016)

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.


For additional information or to schedule a showing, please contact Andy Lee, at 904.472.7362  (mobile) or via e-mail at andy.lee@st-barts.com.