Amel 64 - TRULY EXCEPTIONAL

The Amel 64 is the embodiment of Amel’s accomplishments, a gem of refinement and comfort and produced in limited quantities each year. This large and elegant yacht produces remarkable performances under sail and its behaviour at sea is second to none. Sail the world on an exceptional yacht, in exquisite luxury, at the touch of a button.

Impressive and majestic

Impressive and majestic

Designed by world renowned French naval architects Berret-Racoupeau, the Amel 64 is a 20m ketch-rigged luxury sailing yacht by the French yacht builder Amel and takes owners into a new level of comfort, ease and sophistication. You’ll forget you’re aboard a 64-footer; electric furlers for all the sails, retractable bow and stern thrusters, electric winches and all the controls centralised in the cockpit ensure that all the manoeuvres are carried out in serenity and always with excellent visibility.

Incomparable and unsurpassed

Incomparable and unsurpassed

  • Berret-Racoupeau luxury finishes above and below deck
  • Easy handling ketch rig
  • Centralised cockpit with electronic controls
  • Quality Reckmann electric furlers
  • Halyard locks on the mast
  • Long-keeled hull
  • Expansive owners’ cabin
  • Fully equipped galley – quality inclusions as standard
Exterior

Exterior

Prolific French designer Olivia Racoupeau has created a sleek hull with tall topsides to maximise volume while retaining the trademark integrated keel gearbox system unique to Amel. Construction is solid GRP and the mast shrouds use tie rods to connect to the GRP/wood hull grid for rigidity.

The Racoupeau design incorporates features that make Amel so unique in the market and popular with blue-water cruisers: a central cockpit, covered helm and ketch rig. The deep cockpit has all lines running into it through gutters to the electric winches for headsails, mainsail and the mizzen.

The main console is overflowing with joysticks that control the furling of all sails and the thrusters at both bow and stern are ideal for handling this long-keeled hull.

The rigid extension of the cockpit shelter is electrically controlled and slides out to protect the whole cockpit area.

Interior

Interior

Thanks to the interior brilliance of designers Berret-Racoupeau, the Amel 64 offers a selection of new interior finishes – clear and bright woodwork for modern and refreshing spirit and classic, deeper coloured wood for warmth and sophistication.

All cabins are bright and spacious, and both layout versions of the Amel 64 (three or four cabins) offer the same luxury of fit and finish to ensure absolute comfort. You’ll enjoy the magnificent owners’ cabin in both versions … wood, stainless steel, leather and refined fabrics embellish all the interior spaces in a subtle and smart style.

The fully equipped galley is exquisite. Ceramic hobs, brushed-steel microwave, Corian worktop, dishwasher and ample refrigeration and freezer, huge, deep, double sink, a cocktail lounge with drinks table and a low-slung coffee table just to add to the list of standard features.

The Amel difference

The Amel difference

Watertight bulkheads run throughout the hull, including the walk-in engine room. All major furniture bulkheads are integrated into the hull to increase rigidity.

Amel yachts are supplied ‘voyage-ready’ and include a thorough seven-day handover period, so owners can be fully familiarised with their boat.

Reviews

Reviews

“Henri Amel has been producing quality cruisers from his renowned yard in La Rochelle on the rugged west coast of France since 1968, when he created an easy-to-sail yacht that would encourage his wife onto the water. There are now more than 1400 models sailing, including the two current models: the Amel 55 and the flagship 64.”

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“Choice is what you’ll get with the new Amel 64, the flagship of the Chantiers Amel fleet, a departure in some sense from the French builder’s traditional approach – and a welcoming of a new era of personalisation. The 64 is a ketch-rigged production cruising sailboat, which is not a new concept for the builder. Amel has always subscribed to the notion that smaller sails are easier to manage. They have offered a split rig since the days of the first Mango and Maramu models. The usual genoa and mainsail are supplemented with a staysail and mizzen. Multiple combinations, goes the theory, provide a choice as to how to manage the wind and therefore emphasise safety offshore.”

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Specifications

Specifications

Dimensions
LOA: 64 ft 4 in
Beam: 18 ft 4 in
LWL: 56 ft 6 in
Maximum draft: 7 ft 10 in
Dry Weight: 74957 lbs

Engines
Total power: 201.15 HP

Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Propeller: Three blade propeller
Drive type: Sail drive
Engine power: 201 HP

Tanks
Fresh water tanks: 264 gallons
Fuel tanks: 369 gallons

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