|Classe||Bateaux de plaisance|
|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Location||Nuevo Vallarta, Mexique|
|Longueur Hors Tout||14.33 m|
|Longueur à la flottaison||12.19 m|
|Tirant d'eau max.||2.23 m|
|Type de moteur||Inbord|
|Marque du moteur||Volvo|
|Modèle de moteur||Perkins|
|Type d'entraînement||Transmission Sail Drive|
|Réservoirs à eau douce||125 gal|
Amizade is a Bavaria 47 built in Germany in 2000 and commissioned in Seattle, Washington. The boat was used for local cruising and racing. Her feathering propeller, 150% genoa, and asymmetrical spinnaker made her a frequent winner!
Amizade was purchased by the current owner in 2006. Since then equipment has been added, upgraded or replaced to make her suitable for long distance cruising, including; a separate large freezer, water maker, solar panels, a large bank of house batteries, and a unique modified zinc anode protection system for easy maintenance. All lifelines have been replaced by stainless steel hand rails.
Amizade is now a fully-equipped hybrid cruiser and racer. Her new sails allow her to perform exceptionally well close-hauled. The 9-ton fin keel with a bulb and a large spade rudder make the boat highly maneuverable, stable and comfortable.
Amizade is located in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico near the Sea of Cortez, one of North America’s favorite cruising areas.
Engine and transmission:
ENGINE: Volvo Perkins MD 22P 59 hp/44KW S/N 5100704627
TRANSMISSION: Volvo 120S-D Saildrive
Excellent access to engine.
Corrosion Protection: the standard method for zinc anode protection of an aluminum Saildrive "leg" is a split circular anode around the drive shaft. This has been modified by bolting a large plate zinc to hull which is wired directly to the transmission inside the boat. This design has two advantages: (1) the zinc lasts a long time because of its mass, (2) repalcing the zinc by a diver is simple, it is attaced by two (2)3/4" nuts.
PROPELLER: Max Prop feathering propeller brass (17 in/43cm)
Spare standar aluminum Volvo propeller is also supplied.
Note: This is a competition/racing propeller that is also efficient for cruising. Propeller Corrosion Protection: A standard 70 mm cone anode is used.
This is also easily changed by a diver.
Fuel Capacity: 60 US gallons/230 litres
Fuel tanks: One
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Filter: Racor
Raw Sea Water Strainer
On-deck auxiliary tanks (eight (8) 20 litres/5 gallon Jerry jugs)
Fuel Consumption: 1.2 US gallons/4.5 litres per hour @ 6 knots (approx)
Cruising Range with auxiliary fuel tanks: approximately 500 nautical miles.
Engine hour meter.
Three (3) double cabins. Master cabin forward. Two (2) quarter berths
Three (3) manual heads. Two (2) heads with showers and holding tanks.
Linens, towels etc included.
2-burner propane stove with oven
110 V Microwave oven
- ³ (0.21 m³) refrigerator in the galley.
- ³ (0..2 m³) freezer under forward berth with a separate compressor.
Deep double stainless steel sink
Plates, pots, pans, cutlery etc. Fully-equipped. Ready for cruising!
125 US gallons/480 litres in three (3) tanks. Tanks can be isolated. 50 psi pump.
Water Maker: Eight (8) gallons / 30 litres per hour.
Special feature. ‘product water’ from the water maker flows to the two forward tanks to be used for back-flushing. This keeps the back-flushing water pure and chlorine-free. This water is also available for general use.
Hot Water Heater:
Six (6) gallons/23 litres. Operates off shore power and engine heat transfer system.
Water Pump: 50 psl Jabsco.
Village Marine LMW 200 (reverse osmosis)
Output: eight (8) gallons/30 litres per hour.
Note: The system is designed to allow for "product water" from the water maker to flow to the forward tanks to be used for back-flushing. This keeps the back-flushing water very clean and chlorine-free.
Other Equipment Below Deck:
Flat screen TV and DVD player
5 cabin fans
Interior Lighting: LED and fluorescent
Hot water cabin heating system throughout. Operates on diesel fuel supplied from the fuel tank.
Features (on deck):
Large cockpit accommodates eleven (11) persons seated. Two ‘perch’ seats on the stern.
Stern entry to cockpit.
Two steering wheels in cockpit.
Two (2) storage lazarettes under cockpit seats.
Dimmable LED overhead cockpit lights (on dimmer switches) Four white; one red.
Three (3) gates: port, starboard, and stern. Gates are removable.
Stern swim ladder.
Bimini, dodger, railings, stanchions, stanchion bases can all be removed if required
Davit for outboard engine
2- fishing rod holders. One fishing rod.
Sails & Rigging:
Morelli mainsail. In-mast furling
Morelli roller-furling genoa (130%)
Asymmetrical spinnaker c/w ATN sock
ATN 150 ft² storm jib
Four (4) Harken 44 2-speed winches
Two (2) Harken 56 2-speed winches
Mast, boom, boom vang, furling systems and most rigging by Selden
Other rigging by Rutgersen
Manual backstay adjuster
Keel mounted mast
Standing rigging: 3/8 in stainless steel wire
All sail control lines lead into cockpit. The boat is therefore suitable for single-handed sailing.
Lofrens 1200 W electric anchor windlass with hand controller
280 ft (85 m) 3/8 inch galvanized chain
22 kg Rocna anchor
Danforth anchor as a spare and for stern anchoring
Stern anchor rollers
ICOM 803 single sideband radio with GPS
Pactor modem for SSB
Standard Horizon VHF radio with GPS
Raymarine navigation system:
C-series chartplotters. Two (2) One in cockpit, one at navigation station below.
Autopilot Actuator Control Unit (ACU) 400 and EV1 9-axis sensor
Digital Radar Scanner (18”)
Displays for wind, depth, speed, autopilot, vessel speed, rudder angle
Airmar depth sounder
Airmar CS 4500 ultrasonic solid state speed sensor
Two (2) magnetic compasses
Dual helm. Whitlock chain drive steering system
Whitlock autopilot drive
Two (2) stanchion-mounted bow navigation lights
Stern navigation light mounted on bimini frame
Six (6)-person liferaft
Eight (8) adult life vests
Two (2) fire extinguishers
Flares, flare guns
Stern and bow anchor lights
Bilge pump with automatic float switch
Hand (built-in) bilge pump
Portable foot-operated bilge pump
Life ring with attached MOB pole and light
Two (2) jack lines
Two (2) personal safety harnesses
Axe, sledge hammer, machete
12V and 120V systems
120 amp Balmar alternator
Shore power hookup at stern
Three (3) 50 ft 30 amp power cords
Magnum pure sine wave inverter/charger
Xantrex Digital Echo Charger
Seven (7) 80 watt solar panels c/w Prostar 30 controller/monitor
Five (5) AGM house batteries (1040 Ah total)
Stern flood light mounted on bimini frame
Ampair 300 wind generator
Professional Mariner Zinc Saver II Galvanic Isolator
Most recent survey: March, 2015
Most recent haul-out: May 6, 2019. New bottom paint. Max Prop re-built
120 Amp alternator (new)
Freshwater pump (new)
AB Inflatables Ventus 9 VL RIB (hull 2008/new tubes 2019)
Yamaha 6HP 4-stroke outboard (new 2015)
(AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE SEPARATELY)
Honda 1000 portable generator
12V ‘Hooka” with hose and regulator suitable for cleaning/checking entire hull. Operates off vessel house batteries
110V power washer
Two (2) scuba tanks
Scuba diving weights and belt
A wide assortment of power tools, hand tools, spare parts, cruising guides, etc useful for extended cruising.
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.