Eluan 44 Grand Soleil | 45 foot sailboat for sale for 97000€

This 45 sailboat for sale is the best example in its class. It was built by an italian ship yard and the quality of the material used makes its superior to anything Hanse, Jeanneau, Bénéteau or Elan can offer. The  performance is very good and it is equipped for blue water sailing. The master cabin is extremely spacious and comfortable.The Eluan 44 was built under license from Gran soleil but with upgraded materials. has a lovely spacious cockpit which is cleverly arranged making it enjoyable to sail. Moreover, the yacht has a sundeck, unique for a sailing ship of this size. The yacht is stable and can sail sharply to the wind. In a sailing race you should not be ashamed of this ship, you quickly sail 8 to 9 knots. Inside it is a good place to be and spacious.

As a family, we enjoy going on holiday with it. That way you really sail something unique. The yacht was designed by the same architect as Grand Soleil, so you will find some similarities with a Grand Soleil of those years and size. The shipyard stopped making this ship because it was too expensive to build, due to the choice of materials.

Volvo D2-55 Hp55 (Diesel)
Sail drive to prop

Led lights

Main sail with furling system, make: Mylar Kevlar 2007 Velman sail, Carbonium
Furling Genoa, make : Elvtrom, Carbonium

Ground Tackle
Anchor ( 59 m chain)
Electric Windlass 

Autopilot, 2017 B&G

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet

Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit table
2 shower
Tender Zodiac + Hondae FB 2.5 4T


Observations on this 45 sailboat for sale

Designer: Sergio Lupoli
Hullshape: Roundbilge
Shape of keel: Finkeel
Building material: GRP
Displacement: ca. 9.3 ton
Ballast: ca. 3300 kg
Hull finishing: werf
Interior Finishing: Anigre
Deck: Teak
Deck-cabins: Teak
Enclosed wheelhaus: –
Number of cabins: 4
Bunks: 6
Mast-clearance: ca. 19.0 meter
Headroom-fore: ca. 1.90 meter
Headroom saloon: ca. 2.00 meter
Headroom aft-cabin: ca. 1.90 meter
Window material: Perspex
Steering: Wheel
ENGINEBrand and type: Volvo D2-55 Hp
Building year: 2005
Vermogen: 55 pk (40 kW)
Fuel: Diesel
Fuelconsumption: ca. 3 liter per hour
Transmission: Saildrive
Cooling: Indirect
Fueltanks material: kunststof
Fuel tanks: 225
R.P.M. gauge: 1
Hourcounter: Yes
Oil pressure gauge: +
Temperature gauge: +
Propellor: Folding propellor
Bowprop: electrisch
Boegschroef merk: Vetus
RIGGINGType of rigging: 9/10
Material of spars: Aluminium
Fittings: Stainless steel
Material stays: Stainless steel
Material of sails: Kevlar
Color: White
Mainsail, fully battened mainsail: Year: 2006
Other sails: Year: 2017Rolgenua
Reefing: maindropsystem
Decksails: sprayhood, bimini
Winches: 3x + 1x electric
Tension: 12 Volt
Shore power: 220 Volt
Generator: Paguro 3000 compact 3kw
Voltmeter: +
Amperemeter: +
Inverter: Victron
Echosounder: Raymarine ST60
Log: Raymarine ST60
Airspeedindicator: Raymarine ST60
Radio: +
Cassette: Sony
CD-player: Sony
Autopilot: Raymarine ST6001
GPS: via kaartplotter
Plotter: Raymarine C80
AIS: +
GAZ AND WATERMaterial watertanks: r.v.s.
Watertanks: 650
Water pressure system: Electric
Hot water system: Boiler
Indoor shower: 2
Shower outside: 1
Toilet: 2
Holding tank: +, 61 liter
Refridgerator: +
Tankwell: +
Stove: 2-flame
Stove fuel: Gaz
Oven: +
ON DECKSecond rudder control: +
Material pulpit: Stainless steel
Safety railing: Stainless steel
Anchorwinch: Electric
Swimming platform: Integrated
Swimladder: r.v.s.
Anchor: 1

Hull shape: Rondspant, Keel type: finkeel, Cabins: 4, Sleeping places: 6, Toilet(s): 2,
Motor brand: Volvo D2-55 Hp, Fuel: Diesel, Power: 55, Driving gear: saildrive, Fuel tank contents: 225 l,
Bath/Shower, Stereo, Refrigerator,
Navigation & electronics:
Converter, Depthsounder, Compass, Autopilot, GPS, Wind instrument, Log, Plotter, Ask for more information

Spray hood and Bimini new this year.

Inverter 3 kilowatts ( no need for generator)

Double alternator.

New bilge pumps this year



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