Amel Super Maramu

Super Maramu
Name: Super Maramu
Dimension: Length 86 x Width 23 x Height 105 cm.

Construction of the boat:

  • We place a layer of fiberglass on the hull’s planks and painted with acrylic paint.
  • Deck is made with Beech wood.
  • Wooden pieces found on the deck and the masts are made with Acajou wood.
  • Ornaments are made with Solid Brass.
  • Rigging and Sails are made with Cotton and Nylon.

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Amel Super Maramu Yachts

Riggin type: Masthead Ketch

Chantiers Amel is a French shipyard founded by Henri in 1965.

Based in La Rochelle, they are known for its production of ocean-going sailboats.

The Amel super maramu is a two masted sailboat with a mainmast that is taller than the mizzen mast.

A mizzen mast that is stepped forward of the rudder post.

The ketch differs from the yawl in that its mizzen mast is stepped forward of the rudder post.

On the other hand,  the yawl’s mizzen mast is stepped aft of the rudder post. Ketch rigs were commonly used on bigger yachts and working watercraft.

The word ketch is derived from the word catch. The main mast on a ketch is typically stepped forward on the sailboat. On May 8, 1902, Armel narrowly avoided the Mount Pelée eruption in Saint-Pierre.



Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 55 × 18 × 17 cm