The Amer 92’ is esteemed for hull performances, in terms of services, manoeuvrability and the seakeeping. Boat styling has been worked out in harmony with the Amer 86’, maintaining the stylistic continuity without renouncing to exalt its characteristics, more outstretched and rich of sharp-edged surfaces. Greater length has been invested with ability in the creation of a slender and engaging profile.
General Description & layout
The layout of boat has benefited by the greater hull dimensions in each of its parts. From the owner cabin in primis, to the crew area, passing through VIP and the twin guest cabins, spaces has been renewed, expanded and optimized.
New windows grant increased brightness to the living area. The functional distribution of the main deck has been changed both making the dinner area independent from the living room and using an only descent to the lower deck. Galley and wheelhouse, already optimized, has not been changed. It has been chosen to assign greater length in deck, privileging the cockpit and making it an area of full liveableness.
Amer 86’ tender flybridge seat, added to the greater length of the Amer 92’, left space to a fly of generous dimensions on which the wheel house is positioned; afterward, besides a wide sun cushion, a jacuzzi tank has found place. A central relax area is formed by a table and settees, convertible in a sun cushion and service’s furniture’s containing fridge, sink and barbecue.
Spaces of the 92’ allowed positioning of garage tender at stern and a further optimization of all areas. A hydraulic hatch on the transom allows an easy entrance to technical area and engine room. From the weights control with the use of new materials, boat is born light and resistant. It improves Amer 92’ stability at anchor and reduces consumptions.
Main Engines : MAN type V12 1800
2 x 1800 HP
Port engine & Starboard engine: 450 hours (September 2014)