43' (13.11m) Amphitrite Ketch - Nina
The 1984 43' Wauquiez Amphitrite Ketch was built in France by Henry Wauquiez. This quality vessel shows the craftsmanship of what boat building is really about.
- Deltaville Virginia United States
- Amphitrite Ketch
- Fiberglass Hull
The 1984 43' Wauquiez Amphitrite Ketch was built in France by Henry Wauquiez. This quality vessel shows the craftsmanship of what boat building is really about. From safety, to performance,to comfort, the Wauquiez has all the makings of a seaworthy vessel. The Nina has been sailed through the waters of the Pacific, to Panama, through the Caribbean, and in the Atlantic. She is asolid open water boat. The Nina is equipped with everything you need to start a world cruise adventure! Don't miss the chance to view this amazing boat and all she has to offer!
LOA: 43' 0" (13.11 Meters)
Type: Sail - Used
Beam: 13' 6"
Draft Max: 6' 5"
Draft Min: 6' "
Single Berths: 4
Maximum Speed: 12 Knots
Cruise Speed: 7 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 110 Gallons (416.4 Liters)
Fresh Water: 132 Gallons (499.67 Liters)
Holding Tank: Gallons ( Liters)
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ELECTRONICS & HELM
SAILS AND RIGGING
MASTER HEAD, GUEST HEAD & PLUMBING
TENDER & ENGINE
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
- Engine Make: Perkins
- Engine Model: 4.154M
- Engine Year: 1984
- Engine Type:
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 60.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
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