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Amel 50

It is possible to cross an ocean in almost anything that will float, just as you could cross the United States on anything with wheels. But to voyage safely, swiftly and comfortably calls for a good deal more than the minimum. That’s where bluewater specialist Amel comes into consideration with vessels like the new Amel 50, the smallest boat in the company’s current product line.

DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

Over the past 50 years, Amel ketches like the Super Maramu have been top choices for sailors who value excellent construction, good open-water performance and a sensible layout for living aboard. The Amel 50 shares many of

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