A well-maintained example of this highly sought after design; the Elliott 10.5 is the perfect mix of a top performing Category 2 race boat and comfortable cruiser.

Greg Elliott’s comment on this design sums up the boat to perfection; ‘I design boats that go fast and are fun to sail’. The four metre beam gives plenty of thrills on a reach as well as loads of space downstairs; double V-berth, 2 x double quarter berths and 2 x single berths. Plenty of locker storage both downstairs and in the cockpit with 2 huge quarter lockers for sail storage.

Recent additions include: new standing rigging June 2014, , brand new Doyle Technora main and boom bag, as-new Doyle furling headsail with low profile Facnor flat deck furler, , Raymarine autopilot, double-sided Ronstan mainsheet system, and a new VHF radio. The boat has a full ORCi Certificate including polars.

She has been set up for short-handed sailing, and has been successfully campaigned with wins in 2014 club racing,  and the 2014 Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta.

She has also been used for numerous fun and comfortable weekends away around Port Phillip bay, often sleeping up to 8 on board. The owner has overseas travel plans and is keen to sell.