- 16 m
- Engine Make
- 4.8 m
- Engine Model
- 600 Turbo
- Draft Max
- 1.3 m
- Engine Count
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
About this Fairey Amira
This Fairey Amira 'Fataam' sleeps six in three cabins and is powered by twin Detroit 600 825Hp Turbo diesel engines (new 2012).
Hull number 1 and the only remaining Fairey Amira, the largest of the Motor Yachts built by Fairey Marine in Hamble, England, 'Fataam' benefits from a sensitive refit by her current owner which includes New decks, mechanical and electrical renovation and general refurbishment work.
MCA coded for commercial chartering with up to ten guests and two crew, this Fairey Amira is equipped for Sports Fishing.
The hull is of cold moulded wood construction with cascover nylon/epoxy sheathing up to gunwhale sheerline.
The four box girder engine bearers with 10 bilge stringers tied to the 28 frames run the length of the boat which, together with subsidiary structures, provide the necessary torsional and longitudinal stiffness, at minimum weight.
The result is a fast easily driven hull with a particularly high strength to weight ratio, having the ability to maintain sustained high speeds in most sea conditions.
An important feature is the fine entry and considerable flare forward which assures a soft dry ride at higher speeds even in adverse weather conditions; but above all the hull provides the highest degree of seaworthiness with unequalled handling characteristics.
Accommodation comprises one double and two twin cabins
Air conditioning (2 systems)
2 x Electric heads
Sea water pump
Twin Detroit 600 825Hp Turbo Diesel engines (2012)
Fuel consumption approx. one gallon per engine / hour
3 blade propeller
Nevigation And Electronics
Wind speed and direction
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 220V
3 x anchor (Danforth, Fisherman's, CQR)
Electric windlass (with remote control)
Liferaft (10 person)
5 x Manual bilge pump
3 x Electric bilge pump