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Currently located in her shed for the offseason in Mystic Connecticut. Orient is a fine example of this classic, handsome Ralph Ellis design. Solid fiberglass hull, ably powered by a 200 HP 1983 Chrysler Marine CM 655TI-III diesel. Raymarine Chartplotter/radar with custom radar mast. Well maintained with several recent upgrades.
Priced reduced to sell this Fall.
Built by Ellis Boat Company, South West Harbor, Maine: Hand laid up solid fiberglass semi displacement hull, plywood cored decks, non-skid deck surface.
Main cabin features two berths with royal blue upholstered cushions (2016), stowage beneath. Enclosed head to starboard. Synthetic (vinyl) teak and holly floor. Stainless steel sink and counter to port abaft, with drawers beneath counter. Portable single burner butane stove. The cabin is trimmed in teak with white bulkheads. Four opening stainless steel ports and overhead hatch for ambient light and ventilation. 5'11' headroom.
Three steps lead up through companionway to enclosed helm deck, Todd ladder backed h captains and co pilot seats (with removable cushions), engine box and open spacious cockpit aft. Teak swim platform. The co-pilots seat has an option to move outboard to port. Upholstered cushion covers engine box and with co-pilots set to one side a custom back support can be installed. 6'3" headroom at helm. EZ Pettit dark blue topsides paint on hull, fresh green bottom paint.
|Engine Make||Chrysler Marine|
|Engine Model||CM 655 TI III|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Length at Waterline||27ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||1 x 15 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||2 x 116 gal ()|
|Holding Tank||1 x 15 gal (Plastic)|