Elliott 50 Offshore Cruiser


Elliott 50 Offshore Cruiser


  • 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


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


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


  • Drive TypeShaft drive
  • Propeller TypeBruntons Autoprop


  • Fuel Tanks650 ltrs
  • Water Tanks500 ltrs


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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
  • 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)


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.


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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