Profite de la vie: The Amel 64 is a 20m ketch-rigged luxury sailing yacht by the French yacht builder Amel, designed by Berret Racoupeau.

Personally, I like the exterior and interior design. I have visited the yacht for the first time at the boot Düsseldorf 2015 in Germany

As a sailing guy who loves to stand outside with a twin helm station: I missed that. As you can see in the pictures she has just one covered helm station. So she might be a sailing yacht respectively a motor-sailor for people who sail mostly long distances with auto pilot. That arrangement with central cockpit allows more space on the aft deck to relax there or to carry some water toys. One tender with 10/15 HP outboard engine finds his place in a stern garage which is equipped with an electric winch to launch and pull in the tender.

A light and friendly interior with exotic wood, stainless steel and leather welcome owners and guests onboard. The Amel 64 has an owner’s cabin at the bow and two guest cabins at the aft area. One is a double bed cabin, the other one is a single-bed cabin with two beds. Both are equipped with ensuite bathrooms.

In the middle is the main saloon, galley, dining and navigation desk located.

The price for that very comfortable world cruiser starts at EUR 2,100,000.

2017 Interior

Main Specifications AMEL 64

Length over all:19.60 m
Length waterline:17.21 m
Beam:5.60 m
Draft:2.40 m
Exterior Design:Berret Racoupeau
Interior Design:Berret Racoupeau
Main Engine:1 x Steyr 6-cylinder, 150 HP
Fuel Capacity:1,400 l
Fresh Water Capacity:1,000 l
Weight (unloaded):34 t
Main Sail Area:64 m2
Genoa:87 m2
Mizzen Sail:36 m2
Staysail:38 m2

Profile & Layout

Ketch is not the right one? Try the sloop-rigged AMEL 60 or AMEL 50