2009 ENMAR AMBERCAT 210

€630,000 tax not paid

5 cabin plus crew luxury catamaran

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelEnmar Ambercat 210
DesignerEric Lerouge/Marex Birznieks & Linda Bogustoff
Year2009
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price€630,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingCruising, Greece
Reference1638085

Specifications

LOA21.99m
LWL20.99m
Beam10.5m
Draft1.52m
Displacement28000kg
Engine2x Yanmar 4JH3 HTE 100hp
Engine Hours1900
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity1100l
Hull ConstructionGRP
Berths10
Cabins5
Drinking Water Capacity1000l

Description

An incredible, highly equipped luxury catamaran with 5 double cabins + 2 crew cabins (all en-suite)! Perfectly set up for private or charter with water toys, air conditioning, generator, and watermaker.

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

Originally launched in 2009 and with a base build price of circa Euro 1.5m, the Enmar Ambercat 210 is a multihulled superyacht in all respects. With just two owners since new, this particulars example has a great specification orientated towards effortless warm water cruising. A hugely successful crewed charter boat, the Ambercat 210 has five double guest cabins, each with ensuite heads, plus two further crew cabins in the forepeak of each bow (each also with ensuite heads).

Her inventory highlights are many and include:-
• Twin 100hp Yanmar diesel engines with 3-blade Flexofold folding propellers
• Bowthruster
• Carbon fibre rotating wing mast
• Fully-battened mainsail with stackpack
• Carbon Park Avenue style boom
• Electric genoa furler
• Code-0 headsail
• Replacement shrouds
• Air conditioning
• Watermaker
• Mastervolt 16kva generator
• Upgraded 24vDC service battery bank with approx 960Ah @ 24vDC
• Teak to the cockpit sole and swim platforms
• TVs with Satellite system
• BOSE audio system
• 2x ovens
• Washing machine
• Dishwasher
• 2x refrigerators plus dedicated freezer
• 4.70m Console RIB with 75hp Suzuki outboard
• Various water toys

MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

When she was first presented in France at the 2009 La Rochelle Boat Show, the Ambercat 210 was both the largest in The Show and the flagship of the Latvian shipyard Enmar; located on the Baltic Sea coast. She is a 21-metre long catamaran designed by the best Architects and built by professional shipbuilders with a wealth of experience in the yachting industry.

Customisable according to the owner's program, the Ambercat 210 is equipped with the most innovative and progressive navigation technologies. Its ergonomics and refined design have been designed by the best industrial specialists of the moment. The Ambercat 210 is a new model in the range that is a continuation of the Ambercat 200 (a 19.99-meter catamaran). The Ambercat 210 brings even more comfort in navigation and offers a high-end interior and a truly immense cockpit.

All the know-how of the Latvian shipyard has been brought together, by its choices and its approaches, be it the craftsmanship, the experiment, or the technologies. All the pleasures of navigation are thus intelligently combined in the creation of this maritime wonder.

The idea of Ambercat 210 was borrowed from the previous catamaran Ambercat 200. The developers spent 2 years in designing and building the new catamaran. And finally, Ambercat 210 was launched in June 2009.

The new catamaran was created by architect Eric Lerouge, who started designing boats back in 1976 with well in excess of 300 designs up to today, amongst them many fast sailing, blue water cruising catamarans.

The first Ambercat 210 was launched especially for charters and offers a lot of space in the saloon and on the deck with a large galley in the starboard hull. The interior design of the new boat was created by Marex Birznieks and Linda Bogustoff (founder of the Royal Generation Design Agency).

MANUFACTURER’S HISTORY:

The Enmar shipyard is located in Latvia on the Baltic Sea coast close to Riga. Latvia has long been renowned as a major shipping nation because of its advantageous geographical position. The history of the shipyard began in 2002, when three men with several decades of shipping experience, enormous determination and a vision of creating the most perfect catamaran ever combined their powers to realise their dream. In 2003 the first Enmar catamaran was launched.

Specification

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:
• Our understanding is that the vessel is CE certified for category A (unlimited ocean voyages).

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Infused resin vinylester atlac 580 AC300 from DSM
• Fibre multiaxle glass 600 G/M2 and 800 G/M2
• Foam GPC/GSWC30 from DIAB
• Secondary bonds vinylester/glass
• White coloured gelcoat
• Forebeam is of vinyester/foam/glass
• Side and foredeck areas with non-slip
• Teak laid to the cockpit and aft boarding access steps

Rudders:
Rudders are built of a moulded sandwich lamination glass/vinylester core

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
• 2x Yanmar 4JH3 HTE 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, direct injection, vertical water cooled turbocharged engines producing 100hp each
• Fresh water engine cooling via raw water intake with heat exchanger cooling the pressurised intake air from the turbocharger with seawater and increases the intake air quantity
• Engine is mounted within the inner hull grid
• Shaft drive gearboxes

Engine Maintenance:
• Engines’ hours approx. 1,900hrs each as of July 2018
• Engines last serviced April 2018

Propulsion & Steering:
• Self-aligning lower and top bearings
• 5-spoke 1,030mm leather covered steering wheel
• Hydraulic steering system
• 2x Emergency steering tillers
• 3-blade Flexofold folding propellers – diameter 20”; pitch 16
• 1x 24vDC Bowthruster in the starboard hull

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
• 24vDC domestic system with additional 12vDC start circuit and 220vAC system via shore-power or generator

Battery Banks:
• 3x 12vDC 235Ah engine start batteries joined in parallel to supply 705Ah @ 12vDC – 2018
• 8x 12vDC 240Ah service batteries joined in parallel and series to supply 960Ah @ 24vDC
• 4x 12vDC 160Ah winch batteries joined in parallel and series to supply 320Ah @ 24vDC
• 1x 12vDC 160Ah dedicated navigation battery
• 2x 24vDC 160Ah bowthruster batteries

Charging:
• 2x 24vDC 100Amp battery chargers for service battery bank
• 1x 12v 35Amp battery charger
• 2x 12v 10Amp battery charger
• 24v-12v Mastervolt Magic transformer/charger

Generator:
• Mastervolt Whisper Ultra 16kva 1,500rpm diesel generator
• Generator hours – approx. 245 as of July 2018
• Generator last serviced April 2018

Alternators:
• 1x 12v 80Amp Yanmar engine mounted alternator
• 1x 24v 150Amp Mastervolt alternator

Other Electrical:
• 220vAC Shorepower supply
• 220vAC sockets and 12v sockets

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
• Pressurised fresh water system with 12vDC high-pressure pump, compression tank fully automatic in each hull with 2x fresh water pumps
• Hot water supplied via engine-driven calorifier or via 220vAC immersion heater element in 2x well-insulated 75 litre hot water tanks
• Hot & cold pressurised water supply throughout including cockpit shower.
• Freshwater pressurised dock inlet

Watermaker:
• Spectra Newport NP-1000 MkII water maker located on the portside under the Crew Cabin floor – never used

Grey and Black Water:
• Greywater from showers and sinks disposed of through individual grey water tanks via automatic pumps
• Blackwater disposed of through holding tanks

Bilge Pumps:
• 6x 12vDC electric bilge pumps with an automatic bilge switch
• 4x Manual bilge pumps

TANKAGE

Fuel:
• 1,100 litres fuel capacity in two rotomoulded tanks with baffles drain valves and gauges
• Deck mounted stainless steel diesel filler cap
• Fuel filter/water separator on the fuel line
• Two diesel pumps allow pumping of diesel from one tank to another

Fresh Water:
• 1,000 litres fresh water capacity in 2x tanks with baffles drain valves and being integrated within the hull grid and with gauges
• Deck mounted stainless steel water filler caps on each hull

Grey & Black Water:
• Grey water holding tanks
• Black water holding tanks

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
• Raymarine E120 radar GPS chartplotter
• Raymarine 4kw digital radar Raydome
• Nexus NX22 autopilot
• Nexus navigation instruments with wind, speed, depth and log transducers
• Nexus HPC compass
• Nexus compass with rotating sensor
• Nexus NX21970 GPS antenna with NMEA 0183 Out
• Navtex Antenna
• Silva Compass

Communications Equipment:
• Nexus VHF radio

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
• 2x 130 litre refrigerators
• 1x 100 litre freezer
• 220v Miele microwave
• 2x 220v Miele electric ovens
• 220vAC Miele electric hob with extractor fan above
• 220vAC Miele dishwasher
• 220vAC washing machine

Heads:
• 6x 24vDC electric fresh water heads
• Manual freshwater heads to one of the Crew Cabins
• Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with showers in all heads

Air-Conditioning/Heating:
• 220vAC Mave Chiller CIV-15 reverse-cycle air-conditioning system connected to each cabin, saloon and galley with 15kw cooling capacity and 10kw heating capacity

Entertainment:
• Samsung 42” LCD TV
• BOSE Lifestyle 18 home cinema system
• Sterio/CD tuner with Kenwood subwoofer and amplifier in the cockpit
• IMAC 20” computer with TV function in each of the 5 main sleeping cabins
• PC and iMac Notebook in the saloon
• WIFI internet with file server
• Glomex 47cm electronic gyro stabilised parabolic Satellite TV antenna
• Glomex DVBT directive TV antenna

ACCOMMODATION


Summary of Accommodation:
• Sleeps 10 in 5-double cabins plus two additional crew cabins; each with 2x single bunks in the forepeaks and additional occasional sleeping space in the saloon. Each of the 7 cabins has an en-suite heads.

Accommodation finishes:
• Teak stained Douka wood
• Iroko parquet flooring
• Padded headlinings
• Stainless steel sliding doors with stainless steel frames
• The matresses and cushions are all covered with removable covers and which are edged with piping
• The matresses are made of double density foam, Builtex and Contact of 120mm total thickness
• Slatted bed base to the owner’s cabin
• The seating is triple density foam whilst the seat backs are double density foam
• Cabin and saloon portholes are fitted with a roller blind
• Each deck hatch is also fitted with a roller blind
• Blinds on the panoramic ports above the saloon.

Accommodation Layout from forward:

Portside Forward Crew Cabin with En-Suite Heads:
• Heads accessed through cabin with marine heads, hand basin with combined mixer tap/shower attachment
• A pair of single bunk style berths
• 2x draws under the berth
• Hanging locker
• Goiot Ocean deck ventilation/escape hatch
• Porthole
• Halogen overhead lighting and reading light at the head of the berth
• Locker for the removable chairs in the saloon
• Shelves alongside the hull
• 220v outlet
• 1.92m headroom

Starboard side Forward Crew Cabin with En-Suite Heads:
• Heads accessed through cabin with marine flush heads, hand basin with combined mixer tap/shower attachment
• A pair of single bunk style berths
• 2x draws under the berth
• Hanging locker
• Goiot Ocean deck ventilation/escape hatch
• Porthole
• Halogen overhead lighting and reading light at the head of the berth
• Locker for the removable chairs in the saloon
• Shelves alongside the hull
• 220v outlet

Midships Port side Cabin & En-Suite Heads:
• Double berth positioned to one side with storage under and a step for access to the berth
• Sofa positioned opposite the berth
• Hanging locker
• Teak and holly cabin sole
• Goiot Atlantic opening port holes and Ocean deck hatch
• Halogen overhead lighting and reading lights at the head of the berth
• Shelves alongside the hull
• 220v outlet
• 1.95m headroom
• 4x halogen lights

En-Suite Heads:
• Inset sink to a white coloured countertop with combined mixer tap/shower head and storage cupboards under
• Marine electric flush heads
• Goiot Atlantic Porthole
• Shaving mirror
• Towel rail, glass shelf, toilet roll holder
• 2.00m headroom

Midships Starboard side Cabin & En-Suite Heads:
• Double berth positioned to one side with storage under and a step for access to the berth
• Sofa positioned opposite the berth
• Hanging locker
• Teak and holly cabin sole
• Goiot Atlantic opening port holes and Ocean deck hatch
• Halogen overhead lighting and reading lights at the head of the berth
• Shelves alongside the hull
• 220v outlet
• 1.95m headroom
• 4x halogen lights

En-Suite Heads:
• Inset sink to a white coloured countertop with a combined mixer tap/shower head and storage cupboards under
• Marine electric flush heads
• Goiot Atlantic Porthole
• Shaving mirror
• Towel rail, glass shelf, toilet roll holder
• 2.00m headroom

Saloon:
• To starboard there is a white coloured four-seater sofa with a coffee table and a pair of free standing chairs
• Hanging wet locker to port
• The saloon and chart table are positioned to starboard
• Secondary engine throttle control
• The dining table and stools are on the port side
• Halogen recessed Downlighters
• Courtesy lights
• Sliding glazed door to the cockpit
• Bulkhead mounted flat screen TV
• Glass fronted Cupboard below the TV
• Bose system speakers
• Carpet tiles to cabin sole
• Panoramic porthole above the saloon with integrated blinds
• A pair of opening Goiot Atlantic portholes on the coachroof and Goiot Ocean deck hatches to the forward end of the deck saloon
• Lockers alongside the hull and storage under the settee
• Rounded removable woodwork hides the keel-stepped mast

Chart Table:
• Curved Navigator’s wooden seat with storage locker under faces forward to the chart table.
• Storage in the chart table
• Drawer with tool kit
• Space to mount electronics
• 220v outlet
• Halogen overhead lighting
• 2.05m headroom

Dining Area:
• Table with a built-in centreline bottle rack
• Curved seating along the hullside
• Storage lockers
• 220v outlet
• 2x moveable chairs (can be stored in the crew cabins’ lockers)
• Fixed seats to starboard
• 2.05m headroom

Galley:
• Galley located to Port
• Worktops to either side and cupboards and draws under
• Inset stainless steel sink and mixer tap
• 2x Refrigerators
• 1x Freezer
• Extractor fan over the stove
• Dishwasher
• Washing machine
• 2x ovens
• Electric stove
• Recessed downlighter
• Goiot Atlantic opening port holes
• Teak & holly covering to the cabin sole
• Recessed downlights

Port Side Aft Cabin:
• Double berth positioned to one side with storage under and a step for access to the berth
• Sofa positioned opposite the berth
• Hanging locker
• Teak and holly cabin sole
• Goiot Atlantic opening port holes and Ocean deck hatch
• Halogen overhead lighting and reading lights at the head of the berth
• Shelves alongside the hull
• 220v outlet
• 1.95m headroom
• 4x halogen lights

En-Suite Heads:
• Inset sink to a white coloured countertop with a combined mixer tap/shower attachment and storage cupboards under
• Marine electric flush heads
• Goiot Atlantic Porthole
• Shaving mirror
• Towel rail, glass shelf, toilet roll holder
• 2.00m headroom

Starboard Side Aft Cabin:
• Double berth positioned to one side with storage under and a step for access to the berth
• Sofa positioned opposite the berth
• Hanging locker
• Teak and holly cabin sole
• Goiot Atlantic opening port holes and Goiot Ocean deck hatch
• Halogen overhead lighting and reading lights at the head of the berth
• Shelves alongside the hull
• 220v outlet
• 1.95m headroom
• 4x halogen lights

En-Suite Heads:
• Inset sink to a white coloured countertop with a combined mixer tap/shower head and storage cupboards under
• Marine electric flush heads
• Goiot Atlantic Porthole
• Shaving mirror
• Towel rail, glass shelf, toilet roll holder
• 2.00m headroom

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
• White painted 28.99m carbon rotating wing mast with fractional rig and Harken low-friction mainsail track and one pair of swept-back spreaders
• Park Avenue style 8.20m carbon fibre boom
• Stainless steel wire standing rigging (2009) with main shrouds replaced 2018
• Dimanonds in stainless steel rod
• Spinlocks jammers
• Adjustable mainsheet track to the aft of the cockpit
• Faconor Electric genoa furler
• Code-0 furler and halyard
• Stackpack bag and lazy-jacks for the mainsail

Winches:
• 2x Harken B980.2 STEH electric primary winches
• 1x Harken B70.2 STEH electric halyard winch mounted on the mast
• 3x Harken 870.2 STA manual winches
• 2x Harken B48.2 STA manual winches

Sails:
• Fully-battened mainsail (approx. 140 m2) – 2018
• Genoa on a roller furler (approx. 91m2)
• Code-0 on furler

General:
• Double stainless steel guardwires with tapered stanchions and side boarding gates
• Bow pulpits with slatted wooden seats
• Stainless steel pulpits
• 4x winch handle holders
• Stainless steel hand rails on the coach roof
• Stainless steel dorade guards
• Folding pushpit quarter seats
• Passarelle
• Cushioned raised bench helming double seat
• Fixed hoop for the mounting of communication aerials and navigation equipment
• The fixed hoop also double as davits for the inflatable tender
• Twin stern boarding ladders
• Teak to the cockpit and stern access steps sole
• Hot and cold cockpit shower
• Brackets for two horseshoe life buoys
• Bracket for a BBQ
• BBQ
• Deck spotlights

Raised Helm Station:
• Bench seat with cushions
• Steering wheel
• Engine instrument panel in front of helmstation under the windscreen
• Panel light, starting key, tachometer, hour meter, oil gauge, temperature indicator, temperature alarm, oil pressure and fuel gauge
• Engine throttle control and shift, which is duplicated in the saloon

Sail Locker:
• T60 lockable deck hatch
• Shelves along the hull sides
• Stainless steel ladder for access

Anchoring & Mooring:
• Stainless steel stemhead fitting with 2x anchor rollers
• Self-draining anchor locker with split hatches
• 12vDC electric Lofrans Titan B 2000 anchor windlass with up/down remote control
• 8x mooring cleats; 2 forward, 4x amidships and 2x aft
• Anchor and chain
• Warps and fenders

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
• Canvas stack pack mainsail cover
• Covers for main saloon windows
• Forward cockpit cushions
• Helm seat cushions

Tender & Outboard and Water Toys/Equipment:
• 4.70m Console RIB with 75hp Suzuki outboard – 2017
• Water skis
• Kite Surf equipment
• Paddle Board
• Kayak
• Diving air bottle with compressor

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

• 16x Lifejackets
• 406 MHz EPIRB

Viewing arrangements

Lying: Cruising around Greece

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: James McNeil – Grabau International (UK)
Tel: +44 (0)7979 907210
Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com

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