Amaryllis sleeps five with two in the forepeak (twin or with infill) and a double and single in the main cabin.
The galley has a Plastimo Atlantic oven with grill and 2 burners on the hob. There is a fridge and larder, plus hot and cold water to the sink.
The heads also have hot and cold water supplied by a calorifier.
Engine and hull
The original 50hp Perkins engine (model 4108) has a hydraulic drive to a two bladed prop. The 160 litre tank gives a cruising range of around 300nm.
Well-maintained, in 2014 a new sea water pump, shaft, bearing and seals were fitted while the fresh water pump was replaced last year. There is also a new alternator as a spare.
All four batteries are in good condition. The engine and anchor windlass batteries were replaced in 2013 while the service batteries were new in 2015.
In 2008/9 the hull was peeled, dried, relaminated and eventually coated with six layers of epoxy. Supervised by a surveyor, his report says '..I have never known problems to arise in a vessel which has been epoxy/glass-sheathed and epoxy coated below the waterline.'
Deck equipment and sails
Amaryllis has consistently been upgraded over the years. She had a new hatch in 2007, new electric anchor winch in 2008 and new standing rigging in 2015.
Additional to original construction specification are 10W and 80W solar panels, a wind generator, inner forestay and Hydrovane wind steering. In keeping with a vessel used for serious sailing she has two main anchors - a 20kg claw with 60m of chain and a 35lb CQR with 50m of chain.
Her sail locker includes 2 main sails (with three point slab reefing), two genoas and a storm jib.