Sailing BoatsElanModel 37United Kingdom
Elan 37 - Built 2004 'Troikka' is a well-known and well set-up Elan 37. Formerly a 'Quokka', she was raced very competitively under IRC, before moving to Scotland where she has been raced locally and used for cruising. Laid out as a three-cabin yacht, she has a large salon, generous galley, and a forward-facing chart table. The Elan's high stability and refined appendages make her really sparkle upwind, while her clean lines and generous hull form make her similarly slippery downwind. The boat is capable of handling very different wind conditions with ease and without needing constant adjustments to the sails to keep the boat on her feet, which is equally important to the cruising family as it is to the race crew.
Length Overall: 11.19m (36' 9") Waterline Length: 9.99m (32' 9") Beam: 3.65m (12' 0") Draft: 2.33m (7' 8") Displacement: 6,300kg
Volvo MD2030 Power: 29 hp Drive: Saildrive Last Service: Beginning of 2019 season Cruising Speed: 6 knots Maximum Speed: 7 knots Flex-o-Fold 2 Blade Prop Saildrive to Hull seal replaced 2017 Prop outer seal replaced 2019 Engine exhaust elbow replaced 2019
Electric and Electronics
100 Ah Engine Start Battery (2019) 2 x 100 Ah Domestic Batteries (2019) Battery Charger Shore Power with Cable Solar Panel Adverc battery monitor
Cherry interior wood with blue upholstery L-shaped galley with top opening 12v fridge (75 L), Eno oven with 2 burner hob and grill, double sink and lockers and drawers above and under the worktop. Pressurised water system with 19L hot water tank, heated from engine and 240v immersion heater. Webasto 3kw diesel heater with outlets in aft cabins, heads and saloon.
Lofrans Project X2 Electric Windlass S/S pulpits, pushpits and stanchions with lifelines 6 mooring cleats Teak toe rail 2 deck organizers 2 sets of clutches 2 halyard winches on coachroof 2 genoa winches 2 genoa sheet tracks with genoa cars adjustable from cockpit Mainsheet traveller track adjustable from cockpit 2 cockpit lockers on port and starboard side
Mast, Rigging and Sails
Fractional rig with twin spreader, anodized aluminium keel stepped mast Dyform stainless steel standing rigging New Mast and Shrouds in 2017 (after surveyor identified manufacturing defect) Rigid boom vang with spring Dyneema running rigging Selden 120 Furler Tuff-Luff available Selden carbon Spinnaker pole Mainsail Stackpack Conventional Over-boom Mainsail cover available Sails: Cruising Mainsail - Saturn Sails - 2010 - Triaxial Laminate Crosscut Racing Mainsail - North Sails - 2006 - 3DL Kevlar Furling Genoa - Saturn Sails - 2016 - Technora Laminate Furling Genoa - Hyde Sails - Pentex Triradial Asymmetric Spinnaker - Hyde Sails - with snuffer Symmetric Spinnaker - Hyde Sails Plus older racing sails - Light Genoa, Code 3 Jib and 2 Spinnakers
1 genoa halyard 1 main halyard 2 genoa sheets 1 main sheet 1 main outhaul 2 main sheet traveller car adjusting lines 2 genoa sheet car adjusting lines 2 reefing lines Dyneema spinnaker sjeets and guys with Tylaska Snap Shackles
Plastimo Binnacle Compass Tacktick Wireless System with 7 Multi-Function instruments showing: Speed True and Apparent wind data SoG and Cog Heading Depth GPS Garmin GPS interfaced to Tacktick system Standard Horizon GX2200E DSC VHF with AIS reciever Standard Horizon CP300i GPS (mounted either at chart table or cockpit binnacle) Raymarine SmartPilot with Linear Drive Vesper Marine XB8000 AIS Transponder with wi-fi (Installed 2018)
15kg Bruce type anchor with 39m of chain and additional warp Sprayhood Boarding Ladder Electric and Manual bilge pumps Various warps and fenders
RadioAsymmetric spinnakerWind speed and directionSwimming ladderCompassVhfSteering wheelHot waterGenoaManual bilge pumpSolar panelBattery chargerMainsail coverSpray hoodRepeaterRefrigeratorLazy bagNavigation centerDepthsounderLog speedometerOvenSpinnakerPlotterGennaker cruising spinnakerTeak cockpitCockpit speakersFurling genoaHeatingElectric bilge pumpAutopilotLazyjacksGpsShore power inletSpinnaker poleBattened mainsailMarine headIn 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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