The boat will be available for viewing since April
The SHARKI 39 (Amel), built in 1988, is a remarkable and beautifully maintained sailboat currently based in Greece. The boat boasts a sophisticated and practical interior design that’s designed to maximize comfort and utility for both short and long journeys. The interior is thoughtfully planned and crafted with an emphasis on functionality and comfort, making it a perfect home on the water.
The SHARKI 39 features a dependable Perkins Prima 50 engine with a recorded 1932.19 running hours and a newly replaced timing belt. The stainless steel shaft line, HURT gearbox, and a new propeller affirm the high maintenance standard of this vessel.
The vessel comes with a variety of sails, including a genoa on a furler measuring 44M”, a mainsail on a furler measuring 22M”, a manual mizzen of 10M”, and a staysail. All sails are meticulously checked and cleaned each year to ensure optimal performance.
Anchoring equipment includes a CQR anchor, two flat anchors, and an 80m chain, all managed by a Lofrans windlass. Additionally, it features a bow thruster for increased maneuverability.
For safety and auxiliary transportation, the sailboat is equipped with a Hercules 3-person dinghy and a life raft. Two Victron Energy solar panels of 115W-12V and one flexible 100W panel ensure sufficient power generation onboard.
For navigation, the SHARKI 39 is kitted with a suite of advanced instruments, including a HECTA speedometer and anemometer, a HECTA depth sounder, FURUNO radar, GARMIN GPS, a FURUNO navigation pilot, and FURUNO autopilot. An additional AUTOHELM 3000 autopilot provides redundancy, while a NAUDET barometer and a RADIO OCEAN AIS transmitter receiver aid in communication and weather tracking.
Onboard comfort features include a new 20L hot water balloon boiler, diesel heating, an ENO stove, and blackout blinds combined with a mosquito net for the perfect sleep environment. The sailboat also boasts a water filter and an inspection hatch to a fuel tank with a capacity of 340L. A substantial water tank with a 750L capacity supports longer journeys.
For controlling the vessel, you have the choice between wheel steering and a tiller. A winter cover and a dedicated cabin for navigating in adverse weather conditions round out the thoughtful features of this well-equipped SHARKI 39 sailboat.