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|Class||Centre cockpit sailing boats|
|Offered By||Network Yacht Brokers - Corfu|
Elysia of Glasgow is a beautiful Mystic 60 yacht with her stunning lines. with many upgrades/replacements included in the yacht over the years, including teak decks, Rod rigging, Awlgrip Blue paint (all 2014) etc.
Elysia with a system of electric winches for sail handling making her straight-forward and rewarding to sail and is easily handled by a crew of two.
whilst keeping minimum complexity to reduce maintenance downtime. She has exceptional accommodation for her size.
I would like you to stress that I have the performance version, ie taller rig and deeper bulb keel. She performs perfectly and is extremely well balanced. She has been a great boat for all our family and friends, comfortable, seaworthy and easily handled by two persons in all weathers. She is a proper sailor’s boat and has proved herself with previous owners, including two circumnavigations.
|Length at Waterline||14.55m|
|Fresh Water Tank||4 x 200 l (Stainless Steel)|
|Fuel Tank||4 x 225 l (Stainless Steel)|
|Holding Tank||4 x (Plastic)|
|Engine Model||6.3544 M6|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Shore Power Inlet||✓|
|Wind Speed and Direction||✓|
|Electric Bilge Pump||✓|
|Manual Bilge Pump||✓|
|Fully Battened Mainsail||✓|
|Gennaker Cruising Spinnaker||✓|
Construction - Built 1990 by Ta Shing, Taiwan for Alan Morgan Yachts, now Mystic Yachts Ltd with ABS class 1 certificate, after German Friers designs and interior design by Peter Yran.
Hand laid Knytex and Divinycell, Awlgrip blue hull, lead with antimony keel bolted to stub keel. Balanced rudder mounted on skeg. Teak laid deck, cockpit floor and seats (2014).
Major refit in 2013/14.
Spars/Rigging - Antal Keel-stepped 3 - spreader mast with Harkin mast track.
Mast, boom & spinnaker pole in Awlgrip blue paint (2014). Rod rigging changed (2014).
Stainless steel hydraulic boom vang (2014 new seals).
Reckmann roller reefing system headstay Overhauled 2018)
Reckmann roller reefing inner forestay (new 2003)
2 x running backstays in Spectra
Hydraulic backstay with Navtec control panel in cockpit.
Fully batten Main sail
Furling Genoa and Stay sail
Winches - all Anderson self tailing.
2 x Primaries 2 speed electric type 68ST
2 x Spinaker sheet 2 speed type 58ST
2 x Main sheet 2 speed type 52ST
2 x Halyards 2 speed electric type 52ST
2 x Mast foot 2 speed type 58ST
Perkins 130 HP (6.3544M) 6 cylinder Diesel engine (2,500 hours since rebuild)
Shaft drive to Max Prop feathering propeller
1 x Hydraulic pump for Main, Boom Vang and Backstay.
1 x Hydraulic pump for Auto pilot
2 x Tank level Indicators
Bow Thruster (Side Power)
Fuel capacity - 900 lts in 4 x Stainless tanks with manifold
Water capacity - 800 lts in 4 Stainless tanks with manifold
Holding tanks - 2 x Black + 2 x Gray
Lewmar Electric anchor windless
Electrics - 12v / 24v / 220v including shore supply
2 x Shore power leads + adaptors
4 x Service batteries (AGM) 2 x Engine Batteries (AGM)
1 x Genset Battery
Victron Battery charger and 3 x Mobitronic battery monitors
Heart 2 Kw Inverter / 50 amp charger + portable inverter
Generator - 9 Kw Kohler (9EFOZ 50HZ) 4362 hrs
6 + 2 Berths in 3 double cabins and fore cabin (all en-suite)
All cabins have zip covered mattresses, with lightweight duvets and pillows, and bedlinen.
This included fitted sheets, fleece blankets, top sheets, duvet covers, pillow-cases and protectors, mattress protectors, and hot water bottles. There are monogrammed blue Christy hand and bath towels, plus beach towels.
All cabins are en-suite to a head. All cabins have deck-head lights, reading lights and open shelf storage for books and other items.
Forepeak with two bunks forming V shape. Large hanging locker, with full length mirror, on starboard side and vanity unit with lockers on the port side. Under the vanity unit is space for a washing machine, including plumbing and power. Access to this cabin is via the port cabin and heads, or via the large deck hatch.
Port and starboard cabins are mirror images of each other. In each cabin, one wide fixed berth, with adjustable pullman berth above, vanity unit with fold out table, under-berth storage. There is a hanging locker in each cabin, and a full length mirror.
The master cabin has a full size double bed, with a small sofa on either side. On the port side is a hanging locker and extensive drawer space. On the starboard side is a vanity unit, with mirror, storage and a swing out seat. There is a small TV with connections to a DVD player.
Heads - There are three heads on board. The forward port and starboard heads are mirror images of each other. The port head is a jack and jill with the cabin and forward cabin. Both have an electric toilet, wash-hand basin and shower, deck hatch and port light. There is good storage space in lockers, and a mirror.
The after-head is spacious, with a bath which doubles as a large shower. There is a large wash hand basin, with plenty of work top, and an electric toilet. There is extensive storage in various lockers and drawers.
Galley - The galley is large and very well equipped. On the port side are the Gruinart fridge, freezer and Force 10, 4 burner, cooker with oven and microwave. There are generous lockers and open shelving for crockery and glasses.
On the centre line are two large sinks, drawer and locker storage space., electric fresh water with manual fresh and saltwater taps.
There is also a CD and radio, which plays in the saloon and cockpit.
Elysia has some of the original Wedgwood china which the boat had at new. There is crockery and cutlery for 8 with plenty of spares. There are electric and hob kettles, toaster and iron.
There are high quality stainless steel saucepans, and non stick frying pans, plus many items for the keen cook, such as mixing bowls, hors d’ouvre platters, blender, kitchen knifes, chopping boards, corkscrews…………..
Saloon - The seats are all upholstered in denim blue suede alcantara. All the seating is fully covered with
removable navy blue leather effect covers. There are covers, in the same fabric, for the dining
table and the coffee table. There is storage inside both tables, and the footstools. There are tasteful scatter cushions.
There is a considerable glassware stowed in the saloon lockers, crystal and polycarbonate glasses for every occasion, including champagne flutes, whisky glasses and martini glasses.
There is a TV, connected to a DVD player which also operates as a CD player and radio. There is an extensive collection of DVDs and CDs, which will be left on board.
There is under seat storage for sails, first aid equipment, etc.
The chart table is on the starboard side of the saloon, with under seat storage, drawers and lockers.
Workshop - There is a full head room workshop, with a workbench and vice. There is extensive, labelled, spare stowage below and outboard of the bench, including comprehensive electrical and manual tools. This space is plumbed for a water-maker and also contains the Victron 3 outlet battery charger.
Deck cushions - There is a full set of cream coloured cockpit seat and back cushions. These cushions also have a full set of navy terry towelling covers.
There is a set of three full-size after-deck sunbathing cushions. These also double as a forward sofa, when leant against the granny bars forward of the mast.
Miscellaneous - All 8 deck hatches have lightweight mosquito nets, to allow air circulation in comfort. All port lights have metal framed insect screens.
In addition, there is a full size mosquito net to cover the cockpit.
Anchor 120lbs with 100m of 12mm chain
Kedge 75lbs chain + warp
Anchor Ball and Motoring triangle
Anchor chain wash system
Stainless steel portholes + cowls
Stainless steel Simpson davits
Stainless steel Radar arch, swim ladder, mooring cleats x 8
Cockpit sun shade (mostly nets)
Cockpit table in varnished teak
Bimini top / Sprayhood
Wheel + table covers
Suzuki 4hp 4 stroke outboard engine
Goethe Inflatable dinghy
Fenders - 9 plastimo and 6 large deflatible fenders (all with socks)
Bilge pumps - 2 x manual, 2 x Electric + alarm on float switch, 1 x Portable electric and 1 x petrol salvage pump