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Elan 362 for sale in Bangor, Gwynedd, United Kingdom


Dickies of Bangor


Bangor, Gwynedd, United Kingdom




35.07 ft.






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Elan 362

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35.07 ft.

Fuel Type



Bangor, Gwynedd, United Kingdom

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11.75 ft.




6.59 ft.


30.68 ft.


ELAN 362 - Built in 1999 and fitted with a Yanmar 3GM30F 29hp inboard deisel. This wheel steering Fin keel cruiser racer is well equiped and benifits from the well sought after Owners Version Layout. The Elan 362 is a fast and powerful 6 berth performance cruiser. Designed by Rob Humphreys, known for his performance designs and for Oyster and the Volvo Ocean Race 70 yachts. The Elan 362 is the sought after 'Owners' version of the Elan 36. It has a two, rather than the three cabin layout, making the accommodation more indulgent of space with an L-shaped galley, a large comfortable chart/navigation station with berths on both sides of the main saloon and a generous aft cabin. The heads/shower is in the starboard aft quarter and is again very spacious and practical, and includes a super wet locker area connected by hot air trunking directly to the diesel heater. There is up to 6'3" headroom in most places. Cavernous cockpit locker on the starboard side.
Originally spec'd for club racing and fast cruising in and around the Clyde, Scotland, this example has only had four ownerships - the latter two using the boat for short-handed cruising.
'Be Traist' also benefits from a recent (winter 2017/18) replacement set of high spec. working sails, replacement folding propeller, engine mounts and 'Cutless' bearing, all recent canvas work, including sprayhood and a full cockpit canopy.
New Autopilot 2023, rokna Anchor and 2nd chain and warp. Lying ashore Bangor
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Dickies International Boat Sales
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.
Boat Specification
Sleeps 5/6 in 2 double and 1 + 1 single berths in 2 cabins
Light and airy
High quality interior woodwork in Mahogany-style veneer
Dark blue upholstery
Maximum 6'3" headroom
Eberspacher cabin heating
This Elan 362 is the more appealing 'Owners' version of the Elan 36. It has a two rather, than three cabin layout giving the boat a more indulgent accommodation plan featuring an L-shaped galley; a large comfortable chart/navigation station with mid-ship sleeping berths on both sides of the main saloon and a generous aft cabin. The heads/shower is in the starboard aft quarter and is again very spacious and practical while subtly and inoffensively located, rather being a 'great cupboard' imposed upon the the saloon area in common with many boats of this size. It also has a super wet locker directly serviced by a warm air duct from the diesel heater. There is up to 6'3" headroom over much of the accommodation plan.
- Straight seat (starboard) the back of which lifts up to make a very spacious single bunk
- Comfortable U shaped seating area to the port side.
- Table fitted around the mast support post with two leaves that open up to make a very large table. Internal bottle storage.
- Storage behind seating in addition to lockers and shelves with hull ports to both sides.
- Additional storage under the saloon seating area for large items.
- Overhead opening deck hatch above main table.
- 6 x coach roof portlights in the main cabin area, all opening for great cross-flow ventilation.
- Forward bulkhead mounted TV/DVD player (12V DC) with remote control
Navigation area
(forward facing on the starboard side):
- A large chart table is very spacious with a large lifting lid and space for charts within. Well laid out navigation instruments, electrical switches and fuse panel.
- Storage space for books and safety gear outboard
- Inboard there are a further 3 x large drawers.
- Additional storage under the seat and table.
Heads/wet locker:
- Light, spacious and very easily cleaned, tidy and organised with easy wipe surfaces
- 4 x lockers.
- Manual Jabsco toilet.
- Holding tank (fitted 2015) by Tek Tanks of the UK, with both sea outlet and deck pump out.
- Fold down seat/toilet cover for showering but there is 6'3" headroom so fine for standing too.
- Shower has an independent electric discharge pump.
- Wet locker (at rear of heads) which has a direct warmed air feed from the diesel heater.
- Gimballed 3-burner gas hob and oven, with pull-out cover to increase food preparation area when the cooker is not in use.
- Top loading refrigerator with high-efficiency Isotherm ASU cooling unit.
- Twin stainless steel sink units, fed with a hot/cold fresh water mixer tap and a separate sea water tap. One sink unit comes with a chopping board cover the other with a drying rack.
- Cupboards at worktop level, one top-loading (for bottles), two front loading lockers and a cutlery drawer.
- Two further lockers under the sink units and another large drawer.
- 240v/13Amp power socket.
Forward Cabin:
- Double 'V'-shaped berth.
- 2 x large hanging lockers and shelves running the full length, each side of the berths.
- Overhead opening deck hatch.
- 2 x hull portlight (opening)
- 6'3" standing room.
- 240v power socket + 2 X 240v sockets inside port locker.
Aft Cabin:
- Large double aft berth being over 5'6" wide at the forward end (The mattress has a ventilation mesh layer which minimises common condensation problems).
- Large hanging locker.
- Top loading cupboard.
- Drawer unit.
- Shelving.
- Hull portlight (opening).
- Coach roof portlight (opening).
- Cockpit well portlight (opening).
- 6' 3" standing room.
- Outlet for the diesel heater in this cabin.
- 240v power socket.
Sails and Spars
- Masthead sloop rig.
- Selden anodised aluminium mast with double swept back spreaders.
- Furlex headsail furling system.
- Adjustable genoa cars, 2 sets off.
- Slab reefing main (3 reefs, lead aft).
- Stack pack with adjustable 'Lazy jacks'.
- Selden gas boom vang to support the boom while reefing.
- 1 x 19 stainless steel standing rigging (Rigging condition survey January 2015).
- Mast traveller-mounted spinnaker pole.
- Adjustable back stay tensioner by Selden.
- 2 banks of 6-way rope clutches at cockpit.
- Large diameter lockable helm which makes the boat conveniently steered from either outboard side of the cockpit.
- 2 X Lewmar 44 two-speed self tailing genoa sheet winches
- 2 X Lewmar 30 two-speed, self tailing halyard winches
- 'Classic-cut' in Vectron cloth, fully battened mainsail (new in 2018) by Crusader Sails, with additional roller cars on luff to minimise friction.
- 135% roller-reefing genoa in Vectron cloth (new in 2018) with UV strip, by Crusader Sails.
- Symmetrical 0.75oz Spinnaker by Neil Pryde.
Navigation Equipment
At the helm:
- Raymarine Axiom 7 colour touch screen chart plotter (New June 2017) at helm with AIS overlay.
- Raymarine ST4000
- Raymarine Evolution wheelpilot new 2023
- Steering Compass. Replaced 2023
At Companionway:
- Raymarine ST60 Log/Speed display.
- Raymarine ST60 Depth display.
- Raymarine ST60 Wind speed & direction display.
- Raymarine ST60 C/H Wind display.
At the chart table:
- Raymarine Axiom 9 colour touch screen chart plotter (New June 2017) with AIS overlay.
- Garmin 128 Stand alone GPS back-up. Wired to anchor light used as anchor drag alarm
- Skanti VHF/DSC radio.
- ICS Nav6 Navtex display. (NOT WORKING)
- Comar AST200 AIS splitter.
- Smartfind M10 AIS Class B Transponder by Mcmurdo.
- Electronic logging barometer.
- Brass analogue barometer and clock.
Mechanical and Electrical systems
The bigger option of a Yanmar 3GM30F 3 cylinder, 29hp indirectly cooled diesel engine drives a 2-bladed Varifold folding propeller by Brunton (fitted Dec. 2017) via a conventional stainless steel shaft. The original propeller shaft was replaced with a new high tensile stainless shaft at the same time. A dry lip seal by Volvo Penta is fitted and was last replaced May 2017.
The 2 blade fixed propeller, together with its associated securing nut and anode are retained on board as spare.
New R & D engine mounts were fitted in July 2018 replacing the previous Yanmar mountings, while the P-bracket's 'Cutless' bearing was replaced in Dec. 2018 readiness for 2019 season.
The engine was last serviced in June 2021. A 'Full Service' kit of spares is carried on board.
Electrical Systems:
3 x 12v batteries (replaces July 2023) charged by engine driven alternator, solar panel and 240V AC battery charger. An Adverc battery management system is fitted.
Water System:
- 19 litre hot water tank, heated by 240v shore power and engine circulation.
- Fuel capacity 90 litres in 1 x stainless steel tank (removed from vessel for hot, pressurised cleaning Sept. 2018)
- Fresh water capacity 250 litres in 2 x stainless steel tanks (one port, one starboard).
- Holding tank capacity 50 litres in 1 x Tek-Tank with sea and deck outlets (2015). Tank is installed but not connected
Deck Equipment
Anchoring and Mooring Equipment:
- Quick Electric windlass with wired remote control, under deck fitting.
- Anchor with approx. 70m of chain. New 2023
- Forward/aft and [additional] central mooring cleats.
- Ample Fenders and mooring lines.
- Numerous sheets and control lines.
- Boathook.
- New chain and warp with Bruce anchor as backup
General Equipment:
- Standard Horizon HX851 hand-held VHF.
- 1 off 7kg Calor gas canister fitted, with second 7 kg as a spare; both housed in dedicated gas bottle lockers.
- Teak cockpit seats (Note: worn to underlying laminate in places).
- Very large starboard locker in addition to the standard-sized port locker.
- Cockpit sprayhood (New Autumn 2017)
- Full cockpit enclosure (New Autumn 2017)
- Canvas wheel cover.
- Panasonic RDP965 Radio/CD player, with cockpit speakers.
- Lazy mainsail cover with adjustable lazy jacks.
- Outboard engine storage mount on stern rail
- Walk through access to bathing platform.
- Stainless steel, permanently mounted bathing ladder.
Safety Equipment
Jan 2019
- 2 off 150N automatic life jackets by Seago, tested and certificate valid until April 2022.
- McMurdo G5 Smartfind EPIRB (Battery in date to Oct 2027)
- Jonbuoy MOB Recovery Module mounted on stern rail (Inspected/serviced April 2021)
- Horseshoe Lifebuoy and light.
- Danbuoy
- Deck safety lines
- Echo Max mast-mounted radar reflector.
- 3 x reserve 5 litre fuel cans.
- Horn.
- Fire extinguishers with individual service certificates valid until 31/5/2022.
- Smoke detector in saloon
- Carbon monoxide detector in aft cabin
- Gas detector (cooker and bilge).
- Electric bilge pump with automatic float switch
- Manual bilge pump
- Emergency tiller extension
Manufacturer Provided Description
Designed by top international yacht designer Rob Humphreys, the Elan 362 succeeds in combining modern technology and expertise with a respect for tradition, elegance, and stylish good looks. When a designer of this calibre joins forces with a shipyard with more than 30 years of boat building experience, the results are bound to be impressive. Elan and Humphreys Design created an elegant and spacious 36-foot cruiser with attractive performance qualities.
Stylish lines conceal a technical structure more than capable of dealing with the forces that will come her way, so that owners can feel safe, and sail fast and comfortably in any kind of weather. The deck layout reflects the many years of designing, building, and sailing experience that were put together to conceive this boat. The clean deck features the very best deck hardware available, while the ergonomically designed cockpit guarantees comfort for both the crew and the skipper. The helmsman's seat cants forward to create easy boarding through an open transom as well as a raised platform for easier visibility.
Overall, the 362 is a well-proportioned boat with a good-sized, comfortable cockpit and plenty of easily worked deck space. The 362 has a large, deep cockpit locker to starboard which will easily swallow spare sails, fenders, dinghy, outboard and have room for more. Down below, the 362 is just as thoughtfully designed and well-laid out. It is considered to be a good size to sail shorthanded - such as the regular husband and wife crew - and yet is big enough to easily swallow a family or another two couples. The 362 is an updated version of the 36 and is more of an owner's model, using a three-cabin layout. Because of the high popularity of its derivative, with a traditional interior layout and an L-shaped galley, the term 362 came in use for the two-cabin version. High-quality joinery, flowing lines, and beautiful finish shine through in every detail.
History and Construction
Built by Elan Marine in late 1999 in Slovenia to a design by
Rob Humphreys, commissioned in May 2000
Hull#: SL-ELA
SSR#: 143305
- White GRP hull and superstructure.
- Bigger (29 HP) engine option.
- Teak sheathed side decks.
- Teak cockpit seats and sole.
- Conventional propeller shaft and folding propeller.
- Wheel steering.
The designer Rob Humphreys describes the boat as follows:
'It is a good size to sail short-handed, by a couple for example, and yet is big enough to accommodate a family or up to six with ease.......
........the 362 is a well proportioned boat with a comfortable cockpit and plenty of easily worked deck space. She has a deep cockpit locker to starboard which will easily take the staysail, fenders, dinghy, outboard and have room for more.
The 362 is an updated version of the 36 and more of an owner's model with a traditional interior layout and an L-shaped galley.'
The current owners
In recent years, 'Be Traist' (Be Faithful' in Scottish Gaelic) has primarily been used for light cruising, east and west along the West Country's south coast and occasional cruises to the Channel Islands. The vessel has been marina-based here in Sutton Harbour, Plymouth with annual lift-outs for cleaning/polishing and underwater maintenance always professionally carried out in Queen Anne's Battery marina next door. This year under the current owner she spent the sailing season in Ireland
There is a 2022 rig survey carried out by Allspars of Plymouth and also a full survey from March 2022. Also there is a Crewsaver Inflatable New 2022 with a Mariner 4 stroke outboard available by separate negotiation.
Summary of additional Work Done in this ownership:-
- New Cutlass Bearing 2022
- Raymarine all interfaced.
- Raymarine Evolution wheelpilot new 2023
- Stack Pack bag re stitched 2022
- All steering cables replaced 2022
- Heads Through hull replaced 2023
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.
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2 Blade, Folding



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Rob Humphreys Yacht Design







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Fin Keel


The Elan 362 is 35 feet long and has a 12 feet beam. This 1999 diesel Elan 362 with 29 horsepower. The Elan 362 is made of fiberglass.



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