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AMEL YACHTS BY MODEL PRODUCTION YEARS LOA BEAM DRAFT
Amel Santorin 1988 - 1998 46' 0" 13' 0" 6' 5"
Amel Maramu 1977 - 1991 46' 0" 13' 7" 6' 7"
Amel Meltem 1973 - 1980 52' 0" 13' 9" 6' 7"
Amel Mango 1978 - 1990 52' 0" 13' 3" 6' 6"
Amel Super Maramu 1988 - Current 53' 0" 15' 5" 6' 9"
Amel 54 2004 - Current 56' 2" 15' 9" 6' 11"
Amel 55 2010 - Current 56' 10" 16' 4" 7' 3"
Amel 64 2010 - Current 64' 4" 18' 1" 7' 10"

AMEL HISTORY & OVERVIEW

Established: 1965

Located: La Rochelle, France

Construction: Fiberglass

Category: Sailing Yachts, Fiberglass Ketches

Worth Noting: Amel yachts were referred to as the “Model T Ford of yachts” because they only came in one color and with limited options.

In 1965, Henri Amel founded Chantiers Amel shipyard in La Rochelle, France. Henri was a French engineer and wartime Resistance fighter who started the company at the age of 50 and worked until he passed away at the age of 90.

Amel, a sailing yacht manufacturer, produces blue-water fiberglass ketches, which includes the popular 16 meter series: MeltemMangoSuper Maramu and Amel 54. Most Amel yachts were designed by Henri himself, who was referred to as “Le capitaine”.

The Amel shipyard has produced over 2,000 yachts during its legacy. Always ahead of their times with features like electric furling sails and the first bow thrusters, Amels are acclaimed for being the ultimate standard production yacht.

Operating under the motto: quality, rigor, and care, Amel has fulfilled a niche in the cruising sailboat market with a focus on comfort and convenience. The boats run on detailed systems, but come with excellent technical support backed by dedicated service centers.

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