Sailing BoatsCruisersElanImpression 434
Elan Impression 434 - Built 2008 'Countess of Sleat' is a well maintained and well spec'ed example of this spacious and easily driven design by Rob Humphreys. Designed for safe and fast passage making, her well thought out design and layout of hardware allows for easy handling. Equipped with a Volvo D2-55hp, 3-blade folding prop, Eberspacher heating, electric windlass tender and 4 cabins, 'Countess' everything a large group will need for comfortable cruising in Scotland
The Impression 434, the first of Elan's Cruising Range is absolutely stunning. Distinct in design and style and destined to be the best in her class. The Impression 434 offers a host of features that will be greatly valued by the blue-water cruising family or couple. The semi-deck saloon exudes supreme comfort with flowing space, welcoming ambience, panoramic windows and light wood interior. The spacious cockpit steps down to a large swimming platform for days of relaxation, entertaining and pleasurable cruising. The latest in design and technology, the strength of the hull, quality of the joinery and fine attention to detail combined with years of skilled craftsmanship are classic examples of Elan's commitment to quality. All that is encompassed in her distinctive style. The emphasis is on both safe and fast passage-making. Exceptional seaworthiness in her class, well thought design and layout of deck and hardware allows for easy handling. Her design pedigree is the best testament for any serious blue-water cruising. On deck she has twin wheels which allow steering in comfort on any point of sailing. This also helps make the spacious cockpit easily accessible via the transom platform and large cockpit steps. All the sail controls are lead back to the cockpit where is there is plenty of space for all the crew. However, should you need to go forward to operate the electric windlass her wide sidedecks ensure that you can work in comfort. In the navigation area full modern electronic instrumentation is provided including Chart Plotter, Navtex and DSC VHF radio. The yacht is powered by Volvo 55HP Saildrive Engine, and, should you require it the steering can be assisted by integrated Auto pilot.
Accommodation below is centred on the bright and airy Saloon with a table large enough to seat all the crew to dinner. Forward of here are a double and a bunk cabin plus a heads compartment whilst at the aft end are two double cabins, one of which is en-suite with the larger heads compartment with a separate shower stall. The massive water tankage of almost 800 liters will allow you to wash weekly (whether you need to or not!) Central heating, fridge, radio/CD and all galley equipment will all be found on board helping you to relax and enjoy sailing this attractive boat. The L shaped galley is safe and easy to work in and the cooker has recently been renewed and has twin burner hob, grill and oven. All safety equipment for 10 crew is provided up to MCA Category 2 charter standards.
Length Overall: 13.41m (44' 0") Waterline Length: 13.0m (42' 8") Beam: 4.18m (13' 9") Draft: 1.6m (5' 3") Displacement: 10,900 kg Ballast: 3,300 kg
Volvo Penta D2-55E Power: 55 Hp Drive: Sail Drive Prop: 3 Blade Folding (2018) Engine control panel in cockpit 270L Fuel Tank
Electric Anchor Windlass ROCNA Anchor and chain Kedge Anchor with chain and Warp Sprayhood S/S pulpit with integrated step and S/S pushpit with integrated seats S/S stem-head fitting with 2 rollers and S/S bow protection 6 mooring cleats 2 halyard Harken 40.2 B STA winch 2 genoa Harken 46.2 B STA winches 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable Genoa cars Mainsheet traveller track adjustable from cockpit 4 cockpit lockers, 2 under helm’s seat and 1 on port and starboard side Cockpit table Teak Cockpit floor, teak steps from cockpit and teak on the swimming platform Various warps and Fenders 3.3m Inflatable Tender
Electronics and Navigation
4 x Raymarine Displays for Speed/Depth/Wind/Multi Chartplotter VHF/DSC Radio Handheld VHF Navtex Autopilot Main compass on the cockpit table Charts and pilot books for area (West Coast of Scotland)
Sails & Rigging
Fractional anodized aluminium deck stepped mast with 2 sets of swept back spreaders Anodized aluminium boom with Single Line Reefing Rigid boom Vang with gas spring Telescopic high spec whisker pole/spinaker pole SAILS Furling genoa with UV strip Standard semi full batten mainsail. 2nd suit of Standard Sails by Nicholson Hughes. (2009) Storm Jib Lazy jacks and lazy bag
12V circuit with control panel and voltmeter for batteries, fresh water and fuel level indicator Battery charger 12V/50A/50-600 Ah Four separate 12 V AGM batteries with switch-over provision (90 Ah engine and 3 x 90 Ah service) Engine alternator 120A Navigation lights according to ColReg 2 x 12V sockets on the control panel and cockpit table 220 V plug in each cabin 220V shore connection with 30m shore power cable
Full equipment levels to maintain vessel to MCA Cat.2 10 man liferaft in cradle with hydrostatic release 12 No. “Pilot” lifejackets (service cert to 12/19) 10 harness lines Offshore Flare pack Bolt croppers - Cat C First Aid Kit and First Aid Manual. Vessel passed full five-year coding in Oct 2017; Full (5yr) renewal of coding if to be maintained would next be due end of season 2022.
PlotterLazyjacksDepthsounderVhfBow thrusterRefrigeratorAutopilotWind speed and directionFurling genoaShore power inletLazy bagBattened mainsailGpsCompassHeatingElectric bilge pumpMarine headLog speedometerRepeaterNavigation centerSpray hoodManual bilge pumpIn this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Note to seller and purchaser: If the boat you are selling or purchasing is registered, please ensure that the registration is completed after the sale of the boat. If the purchaser wishes to cancel the registration is the duty of the seller to contact the Registry and inform them that the registration is to be cancelled. If the purchaser wishes to continue with the registration, it is the duty of the purchaser to complete the relevant forms and post off the bill of sale to the Registrar.
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