Amazon Sailing - GBR 9462R

Amazon – Sun Fast 32

Amazon, the Sun Fast 32 was sold in March 2011 to Shane Doran from Plymouth who previously owned another Sun Fast 32 Hippie Chick and after selling her two years ago he decided that a Sun Fast 32 was still the prettiest and best looking boat of that size on the market. We wish him the best of luck and hope he enjoys the boat as much as we did as we are very sad to sell and have had seven great years of ownership.

Amazon was sailed out of Burnham On Crouch for the The Crouch Yacht Club, and sailed locally on the east coast in EAORA, SailEAST and Club regattas. The yacht was purchased by the current owners in September 2003 and sold in March 2011.

Amazon’s sails were supplied by Quantum sails, with a kevlar Fusion number 1, 2, 3 and main and three spinnakers. Her IRC handicap for 2009 was 0.948.

With her wide beam and superbly designed hull from fore to aft, the SUN FAST 32 possessed a uniquely balanced appeal and effortlessly glides through the water. Philippe Briand created an exceptional sailboat. She turns on herself and handles heavy seas with ease, so you can handle her with exceptional comfort. Classically designed, with teak sole and varnished teak woodwork, the SUN FAST 32 proves that one can combine contemporary design with ultimate comfort. The spacious salon, refined to the purest marine tradition welcomes even the most discerning taste. This design is certainly one of the prettiest on the market.

Sail PlanSail Plan
Overall length
9,50 m
31′2″
Hull length
9,35 m
30′8″
Length on waterline
8,05 m
26′5″
Overall Beam
3,30 m
11″
Beam waterline
2,62 m
8′7″
Draft Shallow keel
1,45 m
4′9″
Draft deep keel
1,95 m
6′5″
Shallow keel weight
1310 Kg
2888 lbs
Deep keel weight
1080 Kg
2381 lbs
Weight shallow
3850 Kg
8489 lbs
Weight Deep
3600 Kg
7938 lbs
Engine
9 à 18 Cv
6,6 Kw -13,2 Kw
Water capacity
160 l
42 US gal
Fuel capacity
45 l
12 US gal
Main sail
25,00 m²
268 sq ft
Furling genoa
28,4 m²
305 sq ft
Spinnaker
61 m²
655 sq ft
Homologation
2ème catégorie
Class 2
I
11,60 m
38′1″
J
3,23 m
10′7″
P
11,40 m
37′5″
E
3,60 m
11′10″
     
Architect
Philippe Briand