Elan 434 'Countess of Sleat'

Launched in 2008, Countess of Sleat, our Elan 434 is category 2 coded for 10 crew; she has a four cabin and two heads layout offering spacious, comfortable accommodation with hot water, shower, CD player, blown air central heating and a large refrigerated food locker, as part of a comprehensive inventory.

Sleeps ten and is a very comfortable yacht ideal for the West Coast of Scotland, a well known yacht around Skye for a number of seasons. She joins us as the ideal boat for those wanting both comfort and ability.

We have fitted top quality electronic navigation equipment throughout, including colour chart plotter, VHF radio with GMDSS, wind instruments, log and depth sounder. The vessel is also equipped with a full range of traditional navigation equipment and paper charts.

Our yacht exceeds the requirements for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency regulations and is equipped with, as a minimum, the following inventory.

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Elan 434 Technical Diagram
Scottish Yacht Charters

434 Specifications

  • Commission Date: 2008
  • Length overall: 13,41m
  • Length waterline: 13.00m
  • Beam: 4,18m
  • Draught: 1,6m
  • Displacement: ca. 10,900kg
  • Ballast: ca.3,300kg
  • Engine: Volvo Penta D2-55E, 55hp
  • Water tank: ca 650L
  • Fuel tank: ca 270L
  • Cabins / Berths: 4/8+2
  • Mainsail / Genoa: 46,47sqm / 52,47sqm
  • Height of mast: 18,37m

Charters Scotland

The rugged beauty of Scotland is of World renown. A yacht charter in Scotland is one of the best ways of exploring the country. The West Coast is sparsely inhabited and many places are only accessible by sea. For this reason, a bareboat yacht charter is an increasingly popular way of visiting the area. The scenery is spectacular and the wildlife unusual and diverse. There are lots of harbours and anchorages. We would challenge anyone who charters Scotland not to be impressed.

Charter West Scotland

One of the great things about Scottish charters is the unrivalled opportunity for peace and solitude. As anyone who has experienced the delights of a Yacht charter West Coast Scotland will testify, there are none of the crowds that are the norm in other popular areas of yacht charter UK. A cruise with Scottish Yacht Charter allows you the freedom to enjoy deserted anchorages should you wish to. The numerous islands to be found in this area mean that there is usually somewhere offering shelter whatever the direction of the wind. However one of the great things about Scottish charters is that, if you wish, there are plenty of charming coastal towns and villages offering opportunities for reprovisioning, visiting local attractions or just a welcoming pub.

Bavaria Yacht Charter

We are ideally placed to offer the perfect location for your yacht charter west coast. Our small fleet of yachts is perfect for Scottish charters, being relatively new and fully equipped. Colour plotters, electric anchor windlasses and single line reefing will all enhance the experience of your Scottish Yacht Charter. As anyone familiar with this area will testify, the diesel heating found on all our boats can be very useful on occasions. For your visit ashore, our yachts are equipped with inflatable tenders and outboard motors at no extra charge. All of these features will help to make your sailing charter Scotland a memorable one.

Yacht Charters Scotland

A widely held misconception is that it always rains in Scotland. Aficionados of cruising the West Coast of Scotland will testify to the long periods of settled weather it is often possible to encounter. Of all the yacht charter UK areas Scottish charters are the ones blessed with the longest daylight hours. In midsummer a lucky sailor who charters Scotland will find that even at midnight it is often not entirely dark. Certainly the weather will usually allow barefoot yacht charters, if that is your fancy. As a result of the effects of the Gulf Stream, temperatures are a good deal higher than is generally appreciated.

Bareboat Charter Scotland

One of the considerations when selecting Scottish charters is the ease of access to our home ports. Craobh Haven and Largs marinas are easily accessible by road, train or even air. Our summer base at Craobh Haven is about 2 hours drive from Glasgow or Edinburgh and is approximately 20 miles from Oban, which is the nearest rail link. Largs Marina, our winter base is about 20 miles from Glasgow which in addition to road and rail links has its own airport. Your yachting charters Scotland will start and end with the minimum inconvenience as a result of the locations we have chosen. Anyone who is a client of ours and who charters Scotland regularly will appreciate the ease of access our sites offer for your sailing charter Scotland.

Boat Charter Scotland

We hope that we have tempted you to sample the delights of yacht charters Scotland. Our aim is to ensure that anyone experiencing charters Scotland does so in an enjoyable and hassle free manner. Whether your holiday aim is to discover quiet unspoiled anchorage's, or to undertake longer more challenging cruises, we hope that your experience will make you agree with us that a Charters Scotland cruise is not one to be missed.

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