THE AMEL SPIRIT NEW GENERATION Designed to offer maximum pleasure and simplicity, the AMEL 50 pushes the boundaries but remains faithful to the brand’s fundamentals. Comfort, safety and ease of use combine with performance and a desire for innovation. With this model, the shipyard broadens the scope of use and opens up new prospects at sea.
Amel is a yacht builder that currently has 45 yachts for sale on YachtWorld, including 5 new vessels and 40 used yachts, listed by experienced yacht brokers mainly in the following countries: France, Italy, United States, Croatia and Antigua and Barbuda. Models currently listed on YachtWorld span in size and length from 31 feet to 64 feet.
Amel ( German pronunciation: [aːml̩]; French: Amblève, French pronunciation: [ɑ̃blɛv]) is a Belgian municipality in the Walloon province of Liège, and is part of the German-speaking Community of Belgium ( German: Deutschsprachige Gemeinschaft Belgiens ). On January 1, 2013, the municipality of Amel had a total population of 5,466.
Amel boats for sale 73 Boats Available $ - US Dollar Gallery View Advertisement Amel Sharki Deltaville, Virginia 1980 $68,500 Seller YaZu Yachting 78 1 Contact 804-391-9420 Amel Santorin Annapolis, Maryland 1990 $115,000 Seller David Walters Yachts 39 Contact 954-570-0133 Amel 55 Mamaroneck, New York 2016 $899,000
Amel is a non-governmental and non-sectarian organization, created in 1979 by Dr. Kamel Mohanna and a group of doctors, journalists & activists in response to the Israeli aggression in southern Lebanon in 1978 and the atrocities of the Lebanese civil war.
Amel's Centers. Dignity and justice for all. Amel Association International was founded in the midst of the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990) that destroyed the country and with it an entire nation. Amel, along with the support of people from different backgrounds in Lebanon, faced all odds within the Lebanese society, and worked with enthusiasm in social, medical, development and humanitarian fields.
amel noun am· el ˈaməl plural -s archaic : enamel Word History Etymology Middle English amal, amel, from Middle French esmal, asmol, emal First Known Use 14th century, in the meaning defined above Time Traveler The first known use of amel was in the 14th century See more words from the same century Love words?