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1984 Amel Mango

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Hu Song” has the same functional layout for which all Amels are known. Starting forward the guest stateroom features a V-berth with filler/insert creating a large double berth. There is a locker and drawer storage outboard port and starboard. Next aft to port is the enclosed head with washbasin vanity and opposite to starboard a large hanging locker and storage area.
The main salon features Settee to port dinette with table that seats six comfortably and a locker and drawer storage outboard. Opposite to starboard is a pullman style settee berth that converts to an excellent sea berth and additional bookshelves and entertainment center.
The galley next aft to port, is U-shaped with abundant counter space, double sink, gimbaled stove/oven, numerous locker and drawer storage, convenient to cockpit, comfortable and safe at sea.
Opposite to starboard is the large navigation station with all B&G instrumentation, book storage, chart table and washer/dryer,workshop.
Continuing aft through the starboard passageway is a large pilot berth outboard with ships batteries in sealed compartment below.
The private owners stateroom is aft with a large head with shower to port. A large double berth is to port, sitting area to starboard, An additional deck hatch directly over the berth provides increased ventilation.
All living areas have opening hatches and ports, 12 vdc lighting,110vac outlets, 12vdc Hella fans. All berths have proper lee boards for comfortable safe accommodations at sea,two watertight bulkheads, locker and drawer storage through out. 2 Watertight bulkheads 2 Zone A/C Marine air reverse cycle

U-shaped galley with tiled countertops with storage underneath.
Front access refrigeration
Grunert refrigeration (engine and A/C Driven)
Grunert freezer with holding plates
Double Composite double sinks
Broadwater Marine all

Equipment on Board:

Brookes and Gatehouse Hercules (Model 190) wind speed, wind direction, boat speed, depth (with repeaters in the cockpit and aft stateroom) – 2000
Magellan GPS
(1) Clocks
(1) Barometers
Homer (Model 5 RDF)
Horizon 209
3404 Koden radar – 1997
Icom 735 SSB
Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF
Simrad/Robertson AP11 autopilot
Rudder angle indicator

Batteries replaced March 2004
Northern Lights M753, 8kW
70amp hour alternator for engine start battery
130amp hour alternator for house bank
Small alternator on generator for start battery
Simrad/Robertson autopilot AP11
(2) Battery chargers = (1) 10amp, (1) 100amp
Vessel wired for 120vac, 220vac and 12vdc outlets
Isolation transformer
(2) Heart/Link 20 systems
Spot light

60lb CQR with 300’new 3/8” chain 60 lb Brittany 25’3/8 chain
, 25’ chain x 3/8”
(1) Fortress anchors FX 37
Double box rollers
Anchor wash down
(5) Deck lockers

(3) Lewmar #55 two-speed self-tailing electric winches
(3) Lewmar #40 two-speed self-tailing winches
(7) Lewmar #30 two-speed self-tailing winches
(2) Lewmar #42 two-speed self-tailing winches
(2) Lewmar #8 single speed
(2) Hood lines 12VDC electric line drivers for Genoa card
(3) Winch handles
Electric furling jib and in mast electrical furling main mast
Manual in mast mizzen furling
Oversized cleats (26) on deck, mast and in cockpit
Full deck awnings
Lofrans windlass two bow thrusters

Sails and rigging:
Mast height off water 62.5’
Rigging is Amel oversized stainless steel wire with custom whisker pole support system mounted on mast and shrouds
Mast and rig have been removed and inspected
Main and mizzen mast/booms inspected and painted
Mainsail – 1997
Genoa – 1997
Mizzen staysail (Mule)

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