LOA: 13.40 m Length: 13 m LWL: 11.45 m Beam: 4.18 m Draft: 1.90 m Weight: 10900 kg No. Cabins: 4 No. Berths: 8+2 No. Bathrooms/Heads: 2 Fuel Tanks Capacity: 270 lit Water Tanks Capacity: 770 lit Engine: Volvo D2 55 Hp Diesel Engine work hours: 3443
The Elan Impression 434 is a cruiser sailboat form Slovenian manufacturer Elan Yachts. This sailboat is known for its spaciousness in the its interior as well as good sailing performance. In large cockpit you will find two steering wheels, a central cockpit table on whose base is also mounted a large GPS plotter. In the interior you will find a spacious saloon which is remarkable for its height of its ceiling and for its large windows. The saloon features a kitchen, a dining table with seating (can be used as two berths, and a chart table with its own seat. The Elan Impression 434 has four cabins; two stern and one bow cabin with double beds and one cabin with bulk bed located on the port side of the interior. For extra comfort, the Elan Impression 434 has two fully equipped bathrooms both with head, shower and sink. With its great comfort the Impression 434 enjoys much popularity as a charter boat and among those owners who seek a boat for long sailing.
This boat is in excellent condition as it has a new main sail and a new genova sail, new bimini top, new spray hood, new batteries, new TV antenna and a new upholstery.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Manufacturer Provided Description
For the dreamers of distant shores, peaceful solitude and the free spirit of the Ocean...
12v circuit // 2 separate main switches with blocking diode // 1 engine battery 70 Ah // 1 service battery 100 Ah // All circuits are protected with individual magnetic circuit breakers // Navigation lights: 2 �� head navigation light on pulpit (star board + port) // stern navigation light on pushpit // steaming light // anchor light and compass illumination // 220V shore power plug and 30m shore power cable // Plug box 220V in each cabin + galley + saloon + heads // 2 x 12V plug on instrument panel // Battery charger 12V / 50A / 50-600 Ah.
Headroom 1990 mm // L shaped working top // Top opening 12V refrigerator (160 liters) // Gimbaled 3 ring cooker and oven with safety rail // Double sink // Mixers tap with pressurized hot and cold water system // Lockers and drawers for appliances // dishes and cutlery above and under the worktop // 1 opening deck hatch 1 large deck portlight // 2 lights with switch and 220V plug.
Diesel engine 56HP with shaft-drive propulsion // Stainless steel fuel tanks (volume approx. 270 litres) // Fuel filter with water separator // Sea water filter // Engine room is sound proofed and insulated with special foam to CE standard // Engine compartment ventilation via 2 ventilators // Fixed 3-bladed propeller // Excellent all round accessibility to engine // Engine mounted on foundation // built into the inner moulding // Engine alternator 60A // Engine hour counter.
Vacuum infused multiaxial laminate with PVC foam core sandwich above waterline for thermo and sound isolation. First two outer layers impregnated with vinylesther resin for superb protection against osmosis. Other layers laminated with isophtalic polyester resin for improved mechanical and chemical properties. NPG (Neo Penttyle Glycol) gelcoat is used for optimum mechanical resistance and mirror finish. Moulded inner structure glued and laminated to the hull. The deck is vacuum infused multi-axial laminate // partly polyester - PVC sandwich construction for thermo and sound isolation. The deck is glued and bolted to the flange on the hull. The joint is protected with custom designed aluminium toe-rail.
Chart table 750 mm x 690 mm // Adjustable reading spotlight // Panel for navigation instruments // voltmeter gauge for service and engine batteries // fresh water and fuel level indicator // Navigation seat with stowage compartment underneath // Lockers.
Stainless steel stem-head fitting with 2 rollers // Self bailing anchor locker with closing facility // Stainless steel forward pulpit with integrated step // Stainless steel aft pushpit with flagpole holder // horseshoe holder and 2��seats // Stainless steel stanchions // 2 rows of stainless steel cable lifelines with turnbuckles // 6 mooring cleats // Special silver anodised aluminium toe rail for protection // 2 stainless steel grab rails on coach roof // 1 sets of deck organisers to port // 5 rope clutches on coach roof to port (main sheet // main outhaul // reef1 // reef 2 // main halyard) // 1 clutch on mast (genoa halyard) // 1 halyard winch 40.2 on coach roof to port // 2 genoa winches 46.2 // 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable genoa cars // Engine control lever at the steering pedestal to stbd // Engine dashboard with RPM gauge near the steering pedestal to stbd // Compass on the cockpit table // 2 winch handles and bins in cockpit // 2 cockpit lockers on port and starboard side // 2 stowage lockers under helmsman���s seat // 1 gas bottle locker under helmsman���s seat // draining outboards // Teak laid cockpit seats // cockpit floor // Fresh water shower at transom // 2 leather covered steering wheels // Mainsheet traveller track with adjusting lines on the coach roof // adjustable from cockpit // Cup holders in cockpit // Transom protected with custom designed permanent fender // Fixed cockpit table with two grab rails // Bathing ladder.
Mast & Standard Rigging
Double spreader deck stepped fractional rig by Selden // Silver anodised aluminium SLR (Single Line Reefing) boom for ease of handling // Genoa furler (Furlex) // Mast step fitting with blocks // Stainless steel standing rigging // Rigid boom vang with gas spring // 2 sets of aft swept airfoil tapered spreaders // Mechanical backstay tensioner.
All halyards // outhauls and sheets (except genoa halyard) running to cockpit. All reinforced electrical cables are running inside the mast. 1 genoa halyard. 1 main halyard. 2 genoa sheets. 1 main sheet. 1 main outhaul 2 main sheet traveller car adjusting lines. 2 reefing lines - outhaul lead back to cockpit.