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1998 Ellis Downeast 36 - 36'


 
Year 1998
Length 36ft.
Price USD $185,000
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Location Rockport,
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Fuel Diesel
Contact Information
 
Dimensions
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
Length on Deck: 35 ft 10 in
Draft Drive Up: Direct Drive
Engines
Engine(s): Yanmar
Engine Model: 6LYA-STE
Year: 1998
Fuel: Diesel
Hours: 1485
Engine(s) HP: 350 HP

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Patricia Ann
Dimensions
LOA: 40 ft 5 in
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
LWL: 33 ft 8 in
Length on Deck: 35 ft 10 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 10 in
Engines
Total Power: 350 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1998
Engine Model: 6LYA-STE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine Hours: 1485
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 350 HP
Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Outside Equipment/Extras
Electric windlass

Ellis Boat Company – A Bloodline of Boat Builders

     "Being part of a family business can be a joy and source of pride, especially when your job is to manufacture beautiful custom boats. In 1947, Ralph Ellis embarked on the legendary boat-building venture with Raymond Bunker in Southwest Harbor, Maine. The subsequent partnership of “Bunker and Ellis” established a remarkable legacy of building classic lobster yachts... In the 1980’s, this legacy was passed on to Ralph’s son, Don Ellis, in the name of Ellis Boat Company. Fast-forward to today. There are over 300 custom Ellis Boats traversing the seas, all built with the pride that is inherent with a family-owned business. Don’s two sons, Shane and Anthony, have both settled on Mount Desert Island and maintain a close connection to Ellis Boat Company – Anthony spending time in production and Shane involved with Marketing/Sales. The youngest generation includes seven children, ages 1-9. Cedar Ellis, age 9, wants to be “a builder” when he grows up. Perhaps he will become the 4th generation of Ellis boat-builders?

     If you own an Ellis, you can take pride in owning a vessel crafted in the USA by a family business that maintains an extraordinary legacy of fine craftsmanship..." ~ Ellis Website


Hull

     "The hull is a built-down semi displacement hull with raked stem, round chines, full length keel with fiberglass skeg and full transom. The hull is constructed using solid hand laid-up fiberglass with a reported epoxy barrier bottom coast, full length stringer system and traverse bulkheads"  ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Below Water-Line

  • White bottom paint
  • 5-Blade 23" x 17" left handed propeller
  • Line cutter
  • Hydraulic stern thruster/kicker motor
  • Electric trim tabs
  • Stainless steel rudder supported by fiberglass skeg

     Above Water-Line

  • Blue Awl gripped topsides
  • Blue PVC rub-rails rails with stainless steel cap
  • Blue PVC spray-rails
  • Blue PVC quarter-rails with stainless steel cap
  • Red boot stripe

Mechanical

     "The main engine is a Yanmar 6LYA-STE, 6 cylinder diesel develops 257 KW@330 RPM. Serial number 50280. This engine was installed new in 1998 and the engine hour meter indicates 1485.6 hrs. It is fresh water cooled with a wet raw water exhaust system of proper materials that exits through port quarter. The unit is electrically started, has spin on fuel and oil filters along with an Airsept system.

     The main engine drives an alternator, water pump and Twin Disc MG 5050-A reverse gear turning a 1.75" stainless steel shaft running through an Evolution Drive shaft system

     The engine was started and shifted during this inspection with no indication of leaks noted and the engine fluids were full and appeared normal." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

  • Northern Lights 6kw genset with 1468 hours
  • Espar diesel heater
  • Little Mermaid AC unit
  • (3) Electrical bilge pumps
  • Manual high volume bilge pump
  • Shower sump pump

Electronics

     Upper Helm Station

  • Simrad EQ30 Echosounder with depth, speed and temperature
  • Standard Horizon RAM 3 marine VHF slave
  • Azimuth 1000 electric compass
  • Bow thuster controls
  • Stern thruster controls
  • Windlass controls
  • Trim tab controls
  • Fireboy fire suppressor controls 

     Lower Helm Station

  • I-pad for chart-plotter software
  • Robertson AP300X autopilot with Hynautic system
  • Koden MD-3641 36 mile radar
  • Simrad EQ30 Echosounder with depth, speed and temperature
  • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS marine VHF
  • Vet use bow thruster
  • Dickson stern thruster controls
  • Windlass remote controls
  • Lenco trim tab controls
  • Search light controls
  • Fireboy fire suppressor controls 

Deck and Superstructure

     "The deck and superstructure are constructed of molded fiberglass with a reported Corecell foam core. There are white PVC toe rails installed full lenght which are mechanically fastened through the hull to deck joint with stainless steel fasteners...

     The superstructure is white gelcoat with greay rolled non-skid. There is a large Lexan hatch forward and two smaller hatches port and starboard on the cabin trunk top along with three opening ports on each side, which provide light and ventilation below." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Swim Platform

  • Stainless cap protective rail around platform
  • Weaver Davit fittings
  • Fold down stainless steel ladder

     Cockpit

  • Mooring cleats port and starboard on coaming 
  • Single stern cleat center of aft coaming
  • (4) Fishing rod holders in coaming
  • Bright flag staff and deck fitting on aft coaming
  • Stainless steel bimini frame with bimini (see Soft Goods)
  • Stainless steel handrails port and starboard forward
  • Varnished teak sliding doors glass and screen
  • Vented storage lockers port and starboard in aft coaming
  • Storage lockers port and starboard in outboard coaming
  • Stainless steel ladder with teak treads to fly bridge
  • Propane locker for (2) 10-pound steel tanks
  • 120-Volt outlets 
  • 12-Volt outlet
  • High volume whale pump 
  • Deck wash down fitting
  • (3) Inspections ports in deck
  • Large opening deck hatch

     Decks

  • Stainless steel hand rails  outboard of steps to weather decks port and starboard
  • Stainless steel midships cleats port and starboard
  •  Stainless steel bow rail
  • Stainless steel hand rails on coach roof port and starboard
  • Stainless steel Sampson post on foredeck
  • Lewmar horizontal windlass with up/down foot switches
  • Chain locker vents port and starboard
  • Anchor chain hawsing tube
  • Stainless steel cholks port and starboard
  • Fiberglass sprit
  • Stainless steel chafe plates on sprit
  • Single anchor bow roller

     Fly Bridge

  • Stainless steel rail around back half
  • Alloy mast
  • Navigation lights
  • Radio antenna 
  • Radar dome (see Electronics) 
  • Stainless steel bimini frame with bimini (see Soft Goods)
  • Bench seating aft with upholstered cushions and storage
  • Adjustable helm/co-pilot seats port and starboard
  • Hand rail of fiberglass dash
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)

Pilot House

     "The raised wheel house is entered from the cockpit through a sliding aft door on center. The interior is nicely finished with solid teak and Formica/teak veneers with a natural oiled finish. The solid teak cabin sole has payed black seams and (4) flush hatches for accessing machinery space.

     The hardtop is supported by the molded three opening windows front and side panels. All windows are safety glass with aluminium frames which open except on the aft bulkhead."   ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Entering the pilot salon to port, from the cockpit, is the L-shaped settee with drop down dinning table. With fantastic 360 degree views and great ventilation from forward and side opening windows and the opening sliding door aft with screen or glass options, this area also features:

  • Over head dome lighting
  • Opening sliding windows outboard and to port
  • Recent upholstery
  • Table that converts to a double bunk
  • Storage below settee
  • Northern Light genset controls
  • Inverter and generator battery switches

     Continuing forward to port is the co-pilot seat with phenomenal visibility and ventilation. This area boasts:

  • Sliding windows outboard and to port
  • Forward opening window 
  • Large work surface for charts
  • Bench seating
  • Teak built in media rack
  • Flip down foot rest
  • Storage below bench (fridge has been removed but fridge door has been left in place for aesthetics and is the next owner wants to convert back to second fridge)

     Directly opposite of the co-pilot station is the helm station to starboard. This area is extremely well laid out with all electrical and mechanical equipment controllable from this central location. This area also features:

  • Forward opening windows on the center-line and to port
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
  • 110-Volt and 12 volt distribution panel inboard
  • Stainless steel destroyer type wheel
  • Single level throttle
  • (2) Fuel gauges
  • Bow and stern thruster controls
  • Xantrex Link 2000 power monitor 
  • Remote windlass controls and breaker
  • Fireboy engine shutdown system
  • Bench seating

     Turning aft and staying to starboard is the ships galley with great access to everyone on the boat, amazing visibility and lots of usable storage and work surfaces. This area also has:

  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Sliding windows outboard and to starboard
  • 12-volt refrigerator under pilot salon settee bench
  • Shelf storage above work surfaces
  • Locker storage outboard and below windows and above work surfaces
  • Trident Gas Control Panel
  • 120-Volt outlets
  • Brushed aluminium double basin galley sink with hot/cold pressurized fresh water double knob mixing head
  • Fresh water spray nozzle with flexible hose 
  •  Force-10 (2) burner stove with oven and broiler
  • Drawer and locker storage below work surfaces

Over/Under Cabin

     "the bunk room which was converted from a second head with upper and lower berths extend into the port hanging locker. There is an opening port and small deck hatch for light and ventilation." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

    Also featured in this area:

  • Over dome lighting
  • Storage under bunk
  • Sliding door access from the companionway
  • Opening door to forward cabin

Head

     The single head is at the base of the companionway steps to starboard. With white paneling and teak trim this area is spacious and clean. This area features:

  • Opening deck hatch overhead
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening port light
  • Vanity mirror
  • Shelf storage outboard
  • Locker storage outboard
  • Single basin sink with pressurized fresh water hot/cold mixer head
  • Hot/cold pressurized fresh water shower wand with flexible hose and bulkhead mount
  • Storage below sink surface
  • Manual marine head

Forward Cabin

     "The cabin is down the three steps from the pilothouse on center. The chain locker bulkhead is most forward in the owner's stateroom and is accessed by way of a hinged door. The "Queen" berth is next aft with ash ceilings and good storage space under the berth. A large overhead aluminum framed Lexan hatch is mounted in the trunk top along with two opening ports fitted with screens port and starboard." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Also featured in this cabin:

  • Overhead opening deck hatch
  • (2) Opening port lights port and starboard
  • Dome lighting under the soffits
  • 12-Volt outlet
  • Shelf storage forward and outboard of bunk
  • Hanging locker to port converted to additional space for over/under cabin to port
  • Drawer and locker storage to port
  • Hanging locker to starboard
  • Drawer and locker storage to starboard

Electrical System

     "The custom distribution panel is located to port of the helm with three position battery switch, a master breaker and 28 labeled breakers in the 12VDC panel. There is also a sub panel to starboard of the lower helm.

     There are also house and engine Guest on/off battery switches located on the front on the settee. Power is supplied by 4D and 8D, 12V lead acid batteries for engine starting and house loads properly secured in the engine compartment with their terminals protected. There is also a 8D lead acid battery boxed and secured under the forward berth, which powers the bow thruster.

     The batteries are charged by the on engine alternator while underway and the Link-Heart 2500 Inverter/Charger when connected to genset or shore power.

     A Northern Lights 6kw diesel generator is installed aft in the engine space with a sound shield and is fitted with a power take off which powers the Dickson Stern thruster. The hour meter indicated 1468 hrs.

     There is a 30 amp 120VAC Gen/Shore Power System panel located below the 12VDC panel on the bulkhead and contains a main 30 amp breaker, reversed polarity indicator light, volt meter, 7 marked breakers and switches for supplying AC from gen set, Inverter or shore power.

     The outlets are GFCI protected and all wiring appears to be to ABYC and NFPA 302 standards." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018


Tankage

     "There are two 105+/- gal. rectangular aluminum fuel tanks securely mounted outboard under the cockpit. The fills are properly marked and are mounted in the run decks with vents installed just below the guard rails amidships, -port and starboard-. The fuel manifold is well marked and all fuel lines are of approved rubber hose. The Racor 1000 fuel filter is mounted in the engine space to starboard." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Diesel

  • 210-Gallon total
  • (2) Aluminum tanks

     "A 10 gal. oil reservoir tank is mounted to starboard with tank mounted fill." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Oil reservoir for stern thruster

  • 10-Gallon 

     "Two propane bottles are properly secured in a propane locker mounted in the cockpit under the -fly bridge- ladder. The system has an electric solenoid and gauge installed." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Propane

  • 20-Pounds total
  • (2) 10-Pound aluminum tanks

     "There are -three- plastic ... water tanks mounted in the engine space along with a 12 gal. hot water heater to starboard aft which runs off the engine or electricity." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Water

  • 100-Gallon total
  • (3) Polypropylene tanks
  • 12-Gallon hot water tank

     "A 36 gal. Poly holding tank is also mounted in engine compartment to port forward with overboard and deck pump out capabilities." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018

     Waste

  • 36-Gallon total
  • (1) Polypropylene tank

Soft Goods
  • Interior upholstery ~ completely redone 2003
  • Cockpit bimini ~ 2017
  • Fly bridge bimini ~ refurbished 2018
  • Fly seating cover

Ground Tackle

     "A 35# CQR Plow anchor with 12' length of chain and 20' of 5/8" twisted nylon rode was properly stowed on the anchor pulpit along with a 33# Bruce anchor with 200' of 3/8" chain in the lazarette, both are handled by the Lewmar anchor windlass with three control stations." ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018


Surveyor's Remarks

     "This vessel is hull number three of the Ellis 36 line and was custom built for her -previous- owner in 1998.

     She was originally built for extended cruising and has had several upgrades since that time. This vessel was first seen several years ago while performing an Insurance "Condition and Value" inspection and a "Pre-Purchase Inspection" for here current owner in February, 2011, while in winter storage.

     The topsides have been painted Flag Blue since my last inspection along with the boot stripe and the bottom paint changed from blue to white.

     The starboard topside was seen from the float and appears to be in very good condition with some fender chaffing just forward on amidships. The port side, bottom and running gear were not seen during this inspection. 

     The decks and superstructure were also visually inspected, randomly sounded and checked for elevated moisture readings. There was a small area of gel coat crazing inboard for the port fly bridge wing.

     The only elevated moisture readings were just inboard of the second port stanchion and around the fly bridge base and up 6" to 8". The moisture appears to be entering the core through the stainless steel hand rails screws and inboard screws. This condition is not of structural concern however the screws should be re-bedded to prevent further water intrusion.

     The cockpit deck was also sounded and checked for moisture. The starboard Beckson deck plate area sounded like wet plywood there were slightly elevated readings around the fittings, all of which should be re-bedded. 

     The running lights appear to be under Inland Rules and are properly spaced. 

     The engine appeared to be properly installed with flexible mounts secured to fiberglass covered stringers. The neutral safety switch controlling engine and reverse gear must be checked as the engine started in gear during this inspection. The engine started easily and all readings were normal...

     The Generator started easily and ran with a light load. The hydraulic Stern Thruster did not sound like it was coming up to speed and may have been operator error.  

     The interior is clean and comfortable. The conversion of the port head into a bunk room made a lot of sense. The owner's stateroom door does not close properly and the perforated headliner is sagging. 

     The fly bridge deck indicated dry and no de-lamination was noted" ~ Survey by Steve Bunnell on "Patricia Ann" dated September 22, 2018


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     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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