by Gérard Belliard

ATLANTIC 31 from 1992, Greek Flag.

Price: 20,000 euros

  • Name: Anémos;
  • Location: Greece, Messinia, Kalamata;
  • Material: fibreglass;
  • Dimensions: 9.52m X 3.45m X 1.60m;
  • Displacement: 3800kg;
  • Electronic: 2 new batteries;
  • Equipment: 5° category;
  • Warm water, kitchen with fridge, oven and gazinière;
  • Technical engine control made;
  • Cabins: 2;
  • Beds: 6;
  • Toilettes: 1;
  • Water tank capacity: 250l;
  • Diesel tank capacity: 65l;
  • Architect: J&J Cabinet;
  • Engine: Perkins 18CV. Very good condition;
  • Grand voile: (G2nois enrouleur - Spi.);
  • Autopilot: Simrad TP 32 new;
  • GPS: Garmin 72h New;
  • Radio: Blu.

Sailing boat in very good condition, I am the second private owner.
The boat is out of the sea on its cradle six months in the year.

For more info, contact Gérard at or call 0030 27250 51283

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