1983 Ellis Downeast Flybridge
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Belfast, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 45,000
"The Ellis 28 was designed by Ralph Ellis to be extremely seaworthy. She is equally successful as a fishing boat, day boat, or weekend cruiser, and her sharp-looking hull will produce a good cruising speed. Many people marvel at the way this boat rides. “She rides a rough sea like she is another 8 feet in length…” and, “she handles like a charm around the harbor…” are two customer comments." ~ Ellis Boat Company
Sea Horse is a comfortable and capable coastal cruiser with good usage of space on deck, in the pilot salon and down below. With her efficient Volvo TAMD engine, upper helm station and strong Maine pedigree this boat is a great New England cruiser.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 28 ft 4 in
Beam: 9 ft 4 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 0 in
Total Power: 200 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: TAMD 41
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1500
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 200 HP
Cruising Speed: 14 knots
Maximum Speed: 15 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (30 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (50 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (20 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
- Yachting ensign and staff
- Stainless steel bow rail and pulpit with anchor roller
- Two bronze skene bow chocks, two 8 inch spring line cleats, one 5 x 5 mooring bit
- Two 5 x 5 bits on transom corners (all bronze)
- Chrome anchor rope deck pipe
- Mahogany handrails and trim on cabin/flybridge
- Swim ladder
- Swim platform
- Two Nicro vents in cabin top
- Cabin heater (when engine is running)
- Lifesling on flybridge aft rail (on bridge)
- Two electric bilge pumps
- Two fire extinguishers
- Halon engine fire suppression system
- Two anchors - 20 lb CQR plow and 13 lb Danforth HT
- Two anchor rodes, each with chain and 200´ ½ inch nylon line
Cabin and Wheehouse
Teak and holly sole, wood lined, sound insulation overhead. 19-inch Bomar hatch. Seven opening ports/windows/hatches with screens plus large screens in aft curtains roll-down, large Plexiglas windows.
- (2) Furuno NAVNET screens (plotter & radar(10" screens))
- Icom M602 VHF
- ECHO Pilot, forward facing sonar (upper and lower helm)
- Custom radar mast with standoffs
- Additional upper helm Icom VHF
Sleeps two. Rope locker forward and large v-berth next aft with shelves over (port and starboard) and varnished birch siding. Storage compartments are under berths. Hanging locker and lockers with shelves are next aft with shelves over. There is an enclosed head (rebuilt 2000) aft of the hanging locker on the starboard side with a large shelf, towel racks, mirror and cuddy storage. Opposite is a galley with sink, hot and cold pressure water, cold water manual pump, storage for food, utensils, dishes, glasses and a two burner stove. Under the stove is a Norcold refrigerator with a freezer compartment.
Up two steps to the wheelhouse with helm station and brass spoked wheel forward on the starboard side. The navigation station is in the center with space for a Chart Kit plotting board. A folding dining table is on the port side as are the ship?s bell and brass clock. There are two folding chairs, a folding helm chair, three halogen overhead lamps.
The flybridge has a new teak helm area and new teak custom bench for 3-4 people with a seat cushion and four red flotation cushions as backrests. There is a shelf for dry storage, a flybridge cover and a custom powder coated electronic mast. The helm contains a spoked wheel, Morse engine shift/speed controls, a Ritchie compass, a tachometer, engine alarm horn, Windlass switch, horn button and a Standard waterproof VHF radio & another NAVNET SYSTEM (Plotter & Radar)
The aft self-bailing cockpit contains a hatch for access to the stuffing box, water heater and hydraulic steering. Line/fender storage lockers are port and starboard under the decking and there is a mount under the stern deck for securing a tender and outboard motor.
12-Volt system. One House battery and one starting battery. Alternator. 110 V shore power hookup with circuit breakers and polarity indicator. 20 amp battery charger on shore power.
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