1984 Wauquiez Amphitrite Ketch

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Deltaville, VA

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Class Sails
Category Center Cockpit, Ketch
Year 1984
Make Wauquiez
Length 43'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Deltaville, VA
43' Wauquiez Engine & Mechanical
The 43' Wauquiez is powered by a Perkins 4.154 60hp diesel engine. With a 110 gallon fuel tank, she averages 1.2 gallons per hour at 7 knots. 2 Altenators Racor Fuel Filter Raw water cooling system Wet exhaust with stainless steel muffler 12 V blower for ventilation Phasor Generator (new 2014) 3.5kW Engine room fire suppression
43' Wauquiez Electrical
4 household batteries, 1 starter battery New 50 amp battery charger Galvanic Isolator LED lights AC panel DC panel Shore power cable CruisAir Air Conditioning Unit
43' Wauquiez Electronics & Helm
SSB Icom Raymarine plotter Raymarine Radar Raymarine GPS Raymarine wind indicator Raymarine Depth indicator Raymarine AutoPilot VHF radio at Nav station VHF handy Stereo/Radio
AIS radar Manual Bilge pump Engine panel with gauges Compass Stainless Steel Helm wheel Bow thruster controls

43' Wauquiez Galley
Alder Barber Cold Machine Stainless Steel sinks Pressurized water and foot pump Salt water pump Eno propane oven Ice maker Cabinets and storage
43' Wauquiez Deck
3 Anchors, stern anchor with spindle Anchor Windlass Anchor chain & Anchor line Stainless Steel Stanchions Lifelines Teak deck Main Mast & Mizzen Mast Radar antenna VHF antenna GPS antenna SSB antenna Dodger and Bimini Full Enclosure  Cockpit cushions Propane locker with 2 tanks Grill mounted on stern

43' Wauquiez Sails and Rigging
Main Mast aluminum Mizzen Mast aluminum Block & tackle boom vang Twin Forestay Twin Backstay Spinnaker pole Aft Traveler  Facnor roller furler 7 Lewmar winches 120 Genoa Full batten mainsail Semi batten mizzen sail Asymmetrical spinnaker Storm Sail Aluminum booms  
43' Wauquiez Master Head, Guest Head & Plumbing
Vacuflush Sealand head in master stateroom Jabsco manual head forward V-berth Pressurized hot and cold fresh water Single sinks in each head Teak grate flooring
43' Wauquiez Hull
Sailing monohull Fiberglass hull  Aluminum Portholes Aluminum frames on portlights 3 bladed Gori Feathering propeller Stainless Steel propeller shaft Full skeg rudder Fin Keel Bronze Thru hole fittings
43' Wauquiez Accomodations
Forward V-berth cabin - sleeps 2 Double Master aft cabin - sleeps 2 Twin quarter Berths to Port Aft - sleeps 2 Convertible Salon - table lowered to double berth Single berth port side Salon 2 heads with showers - 1 forward, 1 aft
43' Wauquiez Safety Equipment
EBIRB Lifering & horseshoe ring Backup manual tiller Life Jackets Manual Bilge pump Bilge alarm Ditch bag Strobe Light Fire Extinguishers Gas and propane sensor and alarm AIS
43' Wauquiez Tender & Engine
Yamaha 4 stroke 2.5 outboard engine 6 person Dinghy
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.
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  • 2014 Highfield
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Engine Make perkins
Engine Model 4.154M
Engine Year 1984
Total Power 60hp
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
HIN LHA431140284
Hull Shape Monohull
1984 Wauquiez Amphitrite Ketch 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 a solid 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! 
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