For sale, our AMEL EUROS 41, 1976.
Thanks for your interest in our boat. We are wanting to purchase a house, hence looking to sell Mahi Mahi.
Happy to consider p/x against a motorhome, trailer sailor boat, motorbike.
Currently, SSR UK registered.
Engine - Volvo Penta MD21a (75hp no turbo), gear driven (no timing belt)
Huge cockpit engine bay with great access.
Flushed fuel tanks. 250l capacity.
Flushed gearbox and main header heat exchangers.
New seawater strainer.
New freshwater coolant.
Oils and filters throughout.
New 3 x 105ah lead acid sealed batteries.
Old dual alternators (one with external rectifier) removed, single new Yanmar 80ah alternator fitted. Bracket for a second alternator still there if you wanted dual again but we didn't.
Starts each time and given it hasn't been lifted, plenty of power even in 40/50 knt winds we had recently when we moved head on to re-anchor.
Bottom end engine rebuild in the past 5 years by the previous owner. Hours on the engine showing 7300 hours, but the clock wasn't reset when they did the rebuild. Owner tells me it was done around 7000 hours and speaking to others that sailed with him at the time, I believe it.
New Vetus battery isolator switch. (1/2/Both/Off)
2 x solar panel. Power unknown (I think approx 130w+150w panels in parallel) but large enough to support us working online with the inverter on all day and diesel heater at night when applicable.
New pure sine wave inverter fitted. 1500w.
New diesel heater plumbed into the saloon and aft cabin.
New Smart Monitor gauge, dual battery check.
New MPPT solar controller (previously two cheap PWM models separate).
Expensive Air Breeze wind vane. New blades but haven't hooked this up yet. To be honest with the solar we have, I was thinking of taking this off and selling anyway.
4 x internal dual sockets installed.
New GPS 1/25w radio with the distress signal button. Would need registering to new owners details.
Usual navigation lights, but the two lights up the mast I haven't had time to look at yet. One is the deck light, the other, the white anchor light at the top. We use an anchor ball with led attached at present.
Internal cabin lights replaced to led bulbs.
Various anchors. 2x delta. Current in use, large. Second smaller but still heavy. Also a Danforth anchor and a collapsable ketch anchor on a stainless chain and warp. New 8mm galvanised Aqua4 chain, 60m. Older and still very good condition 70m of 3B chain from the Caribbean, but wrong size for gypsy. Personally, but boaters, especially liveaboards don't like to remove items, at least one anchor and the 3B chain should be removed to save weight at the bow.
Lot's and lot's of extra various ropes, 2 x mooring springs.
2x new backstays on the main.
2 new cap shroud stays for the main.
Recent forestay (done by Geoff). With the additional stays both masts have, it's incredible. You can do the rigging work without having to take the mast off, unlike the major production boats out there.
New topping lift halyard, mainsail.
New halyard mainsail.
New furler rope. New safety wire for below the solid bars.
New water pipes throughout.
New stainless steel calorifier.
The aft cabin has a sink with water and also a cockpit hose for showering down the decks or yourself.
Single 470L water tank.
Jib/genoa in place, good condition. Spinnaker pole present.
Main and jib sail in good condition.
Storm sail (staysail fitting)
Wet weather jackets/pants.
Lifesaver ring, outer bag sun-damaged. Can purchase new bags if required.
Honda 2hp outboard and Tinker sailor (with sail kit) tender.
1 x in date fire extinguisher. 2 x out of date.
Large first aid kit.
In date, McMurdo EPIRB.
Gimbal 3 burner stove and oven.
4 x Campingaz gas bottles. Usually 6 weeks for two person cooking daily, each bottle, 4eur a fill.
Extensive range of tools, spare shackles/pulleys plus many other misc pieces.
The mid-cockpit area is large and we have a new folding aluminium table which we use when socialising with friends.
The price I think is a very fair price of €19999 given the other Amels on the market. We had intended on listing for more once lifted and painted at some point next year. If it wasn't for us working fulltime also on our business, we would have finished we think. There are various Amels for sale we've been watching, varied price/condition/spec to ours so it all depends on what budget/style you want.
If this slice of history sounds interesting, please get back in touch via email. Our Greek sim is not currently working.