Constructed in GRP with a carbon mast and boom, Elton was delivered by Windship Trident in 1992. Her sloop-rigged design was penned by Bill Tripp and paired with classic-inspired interiors by Donald Starkey, finished with rich wood panelling and pastel-coloured soft furnishings.
Elton’s last refit was in 2020, which saw an overhaul to the accommodations and a rig service. Up to eight guests can be accommodated on board in four staterooms as well as and three members of crew. A highlight is the al fresco dining area above deck, where guests can enjoy a meal while cruising under sail at a top speed of 12.5 knots.Read More/On board sailing yacht Elton with British entrepreneur Andy Scott
Other features include a formal dining area in the main saloon and a toybox filled with paddleboards, yoga mats, a beach set up and gear for snorkelling, waterskiing and wakeboarding. There is also space on board for a dive compressor and tanks as well as a five metre Novurania rib with a 60hp Mariner engine.
Elton is powered by a six cylinder, 325hp Lugger L6125A engine. She cruises comfortably at a speed of nine knots for a range of 1,900 nautical miles.
Elton is based in the Caribbean and asking €1,250,000.