"Elessar" is equally at home in blue water or the Intercoastal Waterway. At a 4'6" draft, she is an ideal gunholer for weekend cruising while built for the rigors of open ocean sailing. At 36 feet, she is the big sister to the Seawind, the first fiberglass boat to circumnavigate. She is a three owner northern boat and has been out of the water and covered nearly every winter. Her current owners have done many upgrades including a New SS fuel tank fitted below a removable cabin sole. New dripless stuffing box; New Rudder bearing 2004, New exhaust 2010, Bottom stripped and barrier coated, New Edson wheel brake. "Elessar" is seriously for sale!! ANY SERIOUS OFFERS WILL BE CONSIDERED!!
Office to contact:
Spicer's Brokerage Sales
93 Marsh Road
Noank, CT. 06340
Telephone: Cell (860) 867-6411 Office: (860) 536-4978 Fax: (860) 536-4406
John MacPherson CPYB Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As you come down the steps from the large cockpit, the galley is to starboard with an ample quarter berth and nav station with large work space to port.
Moving forward, the main salon consists of two settees with great storage below and behind the settees and open shelves outboard. There is a large drop leaf table that folds against the bulkhead when not in use, giving the salon the feel of a much larger boat. The port settee opens out to provide a double bunk. Settee and V berth cushions were new in '95 and are in very good condition. The salon has a large opening hatch and two opening ports (all the ports have curtains) and dorade with solar fan. The storage under the settees is accessible from the front so you do not have to dig under cushions to get stuff.
The head is forward to port with shower and storage outboard and behind. The head has doors to both the forward cabin and salon. Ventilation is provided by an opening port and dorade. There is a holding tank and deck fitting and macerator pump for offshore use. Across from the head is a "dresser" with five drawers and opening port.
The forward cabin has a vanity with sink and storage behind to port and hanging locker to starboard there is a king sized V berth with drawers and storage under and shelves outboard. Good ventilation is provided by large opening Bomar hatch and two opening ports. There is a chain locker in the forepeak.
The L shaped galley (to starboard at the base of the companionway) has a well insulated icebox, deep sink with pressure hot and cold water and New Force 10 propane stove with oven. There is storage behind the stove and icebox, under the sink and stove and in a large top opening pot well. There is a fold up surface to provide extra counter space. A wet locker is located in the aft bulkhead next to the engine compartment.
The cockpit is large and comfortable with Edson worm gear wheel steering with a helmsman chair behind. Compass, depth, speed/log, wind and GPS are mounted in cockpit. There is a custom made removable teak cockpit table. The cockpit has a huge lazerette access to starboard with hot water heater forward. Teak trim gives the cockpit a comfortable, traditional look.
The navigation station is to port at the base of the companionway. It includes an upward hinged table with a large work surface and great storage. Below are three large drawers and locker with lots more storage. There is an AM/FM radio mounted in the nav station with speakers that can serve both the salon and cockpit, and remote speakers in the V-berth.
Ketch rig with fully battened main and mizzen and roller furling. There are also 2 genoas, working jib, storm jib and cruising spinnaker. Sail area 604 square feet. Main and mizzen are good condition. Hood asymetrical. Other sails are old, but very lightly used. Stainless standing rigging was new 1993. Masts are anodized aluminum and deck stepped.