Amel KIRK 36

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Sailplan
Skizze

Amel Kirk 36 (1974) - €29.500,-

Well maintained sailing yacht, suitable for long trips. Strong classic polyester, well refurbished by the owners and equipped for sailing at sea, which they have done a lot of. Over the years the whole ship has been taken care of: interior, rigging, engine and the equipment has been upgraded to a good level. 

On deck: the ship has a well sheltered middle cockpit with a fixed spray hood. the gangways are well walkable and the ship is equipped with a windvane steering system.

Mainsail with 3 reefs (Hagoort), Halfwinder with proboscis, Stagfok, Laminated genoa 120% (Hagoort), Spinaker with launch bag, Storm jib, High Aspect, Working jib. Harken Mk4 genoa roller. Main and lower rigging replaced in 2013. Backstay insulated as antenna. All lines led aft through low-friction rings, thus completely maintenance free. Dyneema genoa halyard, mainsail halyard, spinnaker halyard, spinnaker sheets, haul line genoa roller, tack line halfwinder. Complete with tweakers, bulletalies, downrigger, crane line. Bearing Harken lap blocks, 6x delayed Barton main sheet block, stepless overflow. Lewmar 42 selftailing genual winches, Lewmar 16 spinnaker winches, Lewmar 8 mainsail winch, Lewmar 8 winch for spreaders and leech puller, Lewmar genual winch (no capstan).

 

The interior is spacious with plenty of storage space. The main cabin is standard with chart table, galley, seats, toilet and front cabin with two berths with Comfortis mattresses on slats. Wet cell with toilet, washbasin, shower curtain, cupboard and hanging locker. Main cabin, all berths have slats. Cushions main and aft cabin 2013, upholstery main cabin 2013. The ship has a separate aft cabin with two berths, length 210cm.

 

The Amel shipyard in La Rochelle is known for building reliable blue water cruisers. Back in the 1970s, Henri Amel already did not understand why ocean sailing had to be humid, uncomfortable and exhausting. This conviction combined with his vast experience at sea resulted in a blueprint for serious, solid and low-maintenance ocean sailing boats like the Kirk. 

 

General

Length: 10.72 m

Width: 3.02 m

Draught: 163 cm

Designer: Henri Amel

Shipyard: Amel, La Rochelle

Hull Shape: Round bilge

Hull colour: Blue

Deck and superstructure colour: White

Deck and superstructure material: Polyester

Cockpit: Middle cockpit

Aft cabin (AK)

Air draught normal: 14,75 m

Load displacement: 5 ton

Ballast: 2 ton

Steering: Helm

Steering position: Outside

Rudder: Single

Keel/Leeboard: Fixed keel

 

 

Accommodation

Headroom: 195 cm (Chart table, Galley)

Cabins: 2

Berths: Fixed: 4 extra: 3

Interior type: Classic, warm

Upholstery colour: Grey

Mattresses

Cushions

Curtains

Water tank & equipment: 250 litre

Water tank gauge

Water system: pressure system

Hot water

Number of showers: 1

Toilets: 1 Manually

Cooking device & fuel: 2 burner(s) Spiritus

Fridge & power supply: 100 litres Electric

 

Engine and electrics

Brand: Mitsubishi

Model: K4F

Year built: 2002

Number of cylinders: 4

Power: 28 hp

Hour counter

Engine hours: 2.700

Fuel: Diesel

Transmission: Propeller shaft

Propulsion: Adjustable propeller

Cooling: Indirect

Fuel tank number: 1

Total fuel tank capacity: 100 litres

Fuel tank gauge

Tachometer

Oil pressure gauge

Temperature gauge

Battery: 4 x 80 Ah

Battery charger

Alternator

Battery monitor

Inverter

Voltmeter

Shore power

Shore power cable

Solar panel: 128 Watt

Voltage: 12V 220V

 

Navigation and electronics

Compass

Log/ speed

Depth gauge

Wind gauge

Windvane gear

Navigation lights

Rudder indicator

Autopilot

GPS

Radar

AIS

Wibe SSB weather chart receiver

VHF

Weatherfax/Navtex

 

Rigging

Type of rigging: Cutter

Number of masts: 1

Mast material: Aluminium

Rigging: Steel wire

Number of sails: 8

Sail material: Dacron

Sailmaker: Hagoort

Mainsail

Genoa

Jib

Headsail furling system 

Storm jib

Spinnaker

Halfwinder, bulbous jib

Manual winches

Selftailing

 

Equipment outside

Anchors & Equipment: Kobra and p[lateen anchor

Anchor fixing: Chain 60m.

Windlass: Hand

Sprayhood: fixed

Exterior cushions

Sea rail

Sermon and stern seat(s)

Swimming ladder

Fenders, lines

Cockpit table

 

Safety

Life raft: in container, must be inspected

EPIRB

Bilge pump: manual + electric

Fire extinguisher

Radar reflector

Selfdraining cockpit