1982, Aluminium fast strong hull, Volvo Penta 160hp diesel inboard installed new in 2011, max speed around 35 knots.
Built in 1982. Aluminium construction with aluminium planing hull and aluminium superstructure, blue painted topsides and decks, cabin with 2/4 berths.
Built by Forgecraft marine in Alton Hampshire. Designed by Stephen Lucas and built by Richard Lucas.
LOA 21' 0" (6.4m) Beam
Headroom 5' 6" Displacement
Volvo Penta 160HP inboard diesel engine installed new in 2011. Freshwater heat exchanger. 25 gallon fuel tank. Alternator charging to one 100 amp/hr 12 volt battery. Outdrive with 4 blade prop. Maximum speed under engine is around 35 knots. Current engine hours approx 200.
Fuel capacity 25 gallons
Cockpit cover/canopy. Cockpit cushions, wheel steering. 7.5kg Bruce anchor with chain and warp. Mooring warps and 4 fenders.
3 lifejackets, distress flares, 2 auto fire extinguishers, electric bilge pump.
Fishfinder, GPS, port and starboard navigation lights.
She has 2/4 berths.
4 wheel galvanized Road trailer.
“Ali-Oops” was purchased by her current owners approx 10 years ago. In 2011 she had a brand new engine and leg, also hood, upholstery, battery and other parts. We believe she is an Elstead 21 built by Fenton Engineering and commissioned in 1982 by a former Bristol powerboat champion. She has competed in various national and international races and has recently been used as a support boat for on the water photography.
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.
The Yacht Harbour
Maldon, Essex, Essex CM9 8SE