Elliott 50 Offshore Cruiser

190,000

Elliott 50 Offshore Cruiser

190,000

  • Built 1997 by Custom Yachts (NZ) & Elliott Boat Design, on exclusive fast cruiser designs by Greg Elliott.
  • Steel keel with lead bulb.
  • Composite hull with Kevlar reinforcement below the waterline.
  • Year1997
  • BuilderCustom Yachts (NZ)
  • Hull Materialcomposite
  • LocationPortugal
  • Contact phone+356 99691169
  • Contact emailinfo@maltayacthing.com.mt
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Additional Specs & Equipments

  • FlagMalta
  • Tax StatusVAT paid
  • Keel TypeFin Keel
  • Rig TypeCutter

Dimensions

  • LOA15.20 M
  • Beam4.50 M
  • Draft2.40 M
  • Displacement17 tons

Engines

  • Engines MakeYanmar
  • Engines No x Power1 x 100 HP
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Fuel TypeDiesel
  • Engine Year1997
  • Engine Hrs4,600 hrs
  • AdditionalMaxPower retractable bow thruster

Propulsion

  • Drive TypeShaft drive
  • Propeller TypeBruntons Autoprop

Tanks

  • Fuel Tanks650 ltrs
  • Water Tanks500 ltrs

Accomodation

  • Cabins3
  • Berths4+1
  • Heads2
  • Showers2

Rigging & Deck Gear

  • Cutter 7/8 rig (sailed as sloop)
  • Keel-stepped mast c/w backward sloping spreaders
  • Alloy mast and boom
  • Carbon spinnaker pole
  • Furlex reefing gear on both forestay and staysail
  • Standing rigging (new 2010): main shrouds 12mm Dyform,
  • Forestay 12mm, backstay 10mm, with split 8mm wire bridle
  • All spars and rigging removed and revised 2010 and 2016

Winches

  • Andersen 52 CEST electrical (central) for halyards, reef lines, topping lift
  • 2 x Andersen 52 ST (genoa)
  • 2 x Andersen 16 S (checkstays)
  • 1 x Andersen 10 S (3d reef)
  • Frederiksen Genoa track system

Sails

  • Mainsail 63m2 fully battened with lazyjacks (new 2009, by North Sails, dropping into boom arms; 3 reefs), Ronstan batten cars
  • Genoa 60m2 (2005)
  • Cutter Staysail 35m2 (new 2009, by North Sails)
  • Asymmetrical spinnaker in snuffer
  • Storm jib (rarely used)
  • Trysail (never used)
  • Full range of snap shackles and snatch blocks included

Electrical Equipment

  • 12v / 220v including shore-supply
  • Services: 3 x 150 Ah 12v heavy duty no-service lead acid [2017]
  • Engine: 145Ah 12v heavy duty no-service lead acid [2016]
  • Bow thruster: 2 Optima batteries, Victron Energy 25A 24v charger
  • 160amp Motorola alternator
  • Trace 1500 inverter/charger 60amp
  • Stirling 30 main engine battery charger
  • Air Marine wind generator 400 Watts
  • Solar panels on fixed bimini top: 2 x 2 Solara semi-flexible SM225M, total peak power 272 watts. Each bank controlled by a Morningstar SS-MPPT-15L regulator
  • Solar panels connexions can be set up to charge all battery banks when boat is laid-up for more than 2 months
Generator:
  • Kohler 8 kW driven by a 15HP 3-c Yanmar engine, w/ starting battery

Domestic / Internal Equipment

  • CHALLENGE YACHTS Watermaker 80 ltrs/hr (new pressure vessel and membrane 2016), with low/ high-pressure control
  • 9000 BTU air conditioning unit
  • Twin s/s sink
  • 3 burner cooker and oven (new 2010)
  • 12V, water-cooled fridge
  • 220V freezer with 12hrs frost holding capacity (compressor is run 40’ twice a day)

Accommodation

4+1 berths in 2 cabins + passage berth. All joinery handmade from kauri with teak capping and some structural oak:
  • FWD CABIN: double bed to stb. 2 side-hanging lockers and bookshelves. Sliding door locks the forward cabin
  • FWD HEADS: to port with manual toilet, wash-basin & heated shower. Ample storage in sliding cupboards above and lower lockers
  • AFT CABIN: lower berth and upper berth. Ample storage lockers, small table with drawers and bookshelves
  • PASSAGE CABIN: well-sized quarter berth with stowage. Computer station & electrical control panel, hanging locker for clothes
  • SALOON: dining table and large U-shaped leather sofa to stb. Hand-laid teak and maple floor. Nav station to portside with chart table & pilot seat. L-shaped Galley to port abaft, plenty workspace & storage
COCKPIT: spacious, well protected, with large seating & spacious stowage lockers. central steering & ropes control laid aft.

Navigation Equipment

  • Garmin GPS 60
  • Chart plotting OPTIONS: Yeoman Plotter or fully configured and documented PC nav system based on Brookhouse NMEA/SeaTalk multiplexer, USB GPS, GpsGate com ports manager, OpenCPN chart plotter, NavMonPC instruments monitoring and plotting.
  • Raymarine Instruments: Speed, Depth, Wind (new 2003 or later)
  • Echopilot 2D Forward Looking Sonar (color)
  • Autopilot: Raymarine SPX-30, ST6002 control unit and wireless mobile control unit, Type 2 hydraulic pump, Octopus hydraulic actuator (all new after 2008)
  • Autopilot (reserve): TMQ AP50, Octopus hydraulic pump, sharing hydraulic actuator with primary autopilot above. Control units at steering and at chart table.
  • 24 NM Furuno Radar
  • Communication: WatchEye class B AIS transponder (connected to OpenCPN chart plotter) (new 2016), Icom 710 HF Radio with backstay antenna and antenna tuner, Icom 59 portable VHF, ICS Navtex (new 2004)
  • Winsat aerial for receiving weather sat pictures directly (requires new modem and software)

Safety Equipment

  • ZODIAC 4pax Liferaft (2016)
  • 4 x Fire extinguishers (2016)
  • 18sqft Sea anchor

Miscellaneous Inventory

  • Maxwell RC12 s/s vertical anchor windlass (new motor & gearbox 2016)
  • Remote control for windlass (up, down) and bow thruster (left, right)
  • ROCNA 32kg main anchor, 45lb fisherman, 35lb Plough kedge & Fortress 12mm chain rod (70m), splice-linked to 20mm rope (30 meters)
  • Spare rod: 12mm chain (30m), splice-linked to 20mm rope
  • 70 M 18 sqft sea anchor c/w 700ft ¾" line
  • Mercury 290 Airdeck dinghy (inflatable with high-pressure floor)
  • 6HP 4S Mercury Outboard
  • Bauer dive compressor & diving cylinders [option priced separately]

Broker Remarks

An absolutely stunning design & construction, sturdy yet performant, custom-built with blue-water cruising in mind. "Kotick" has always been maintained to an exceptional standard and is now being offered for sale with a full inventory and in 'ready-to-go' condition.

Disclaimer

Whilst every care has been taken to ensure accuracy of these details, they are only given in good faith and should not constitute part of an agreement unless specifically agreed. A prospective buyer should instruct their representative to verify this information to their satisfaction.

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