Grabau International are delighted to announce the price reduction of the 2009 Enmar Ambercat 210.
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.
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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
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).
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.
Enmar Ambercat 210 – now asking Euro 500,000 ex VAT, reduced from Euro 630,000 ex VAT – full details here
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