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Inspired by the solutions presented on the Elan GT


longer and wider cockpit

The new vertical transom allows for more cockpit space, a modern look, and a large bathing platform – the size of which also determines either an enclosed transom or a sportier open transom feel.

The addition of two aft storage bInspired by the solutions presented on the Elan GT5, the Elan Impression 45.1 now has a longer and wider cockpit, defined by twin wheels, a split cockpit table, and a foldable sunbed.

Boasting a modern vertical transom, two large cockpit storage boxes were added, which can also be equipped with a grill, sink, or fridge.

Customers can now opt for a sportier look with an open transom configuration or choose the safety and comfort of a closed transom option with a large swim platform. One of the additional changes immediately apparent is the addition of a new window, illuminating the back cabins and building upon her immediately recognizable shape.oxes can be upgraded with a grill, a fridge, or a sink. Still reigning above are the iconic Elan Impression transom seats, which are always taken first by an enthusiastic crew!

The steering pedestals allow for 9″ electronics, and the practical steering wheels are made of light composite. Walking past the large, fold-down table with drink holders is a breeze, as is moving around the cockpit and handling the winches. The table was designed to be accommodating when moored and practical when sailing, thanks to the integrated handrail and cupholders.


Bright and Airy

The Impression 45.1 is bright and airy, thanks to its hull shape and recognisable deck saloon windows. The saloon features a large settee fully surrounding the table without obstructing the pathway.

The Galley has been shifted forward, for more spacious living and larger navigation area. After months of testing, iroko veneer framed with solid iroko wood was chosen as the main interior furniture material, because it was determined to have the best endurance capabilities, a beautiful classic look, and an attractive price point.

The Elan Impression 45.1 will be available in two cabin layouts, one more aligned with the needs of friends and family, and one for demanding charter groups.

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Technical Specification

 Length Overall 13.59 m | 45’5’’ ft
 Hull length 13.00 m | 42’8’’ ft
 Length at waterline 11.44 m | 37’6’’ ft
 Beam 4.18 m   | 13’9’’ ft
 Draft 1.90 m    | 6’3’’ ft,  (opt1.  1.60m | 5’3’’ ft)
 Light displacement (mLCC) 10.420 kg | 23.0 lbs
 Air Draft (incl. antenna) 19.50 m | 63’12’’ ft
 Ballast 3.310 kg | 7.3 lbs or 3.450 kg | 7.6 lbs
 Water capacity (standard) 300 liters | 79,3 US gal
 Water capacity (option) 572 liters | 151,1 US gal
 Fuel capacity 215 liters | 56 US gal
 Engine Volvo (standard) 37 kW | 50 HP
 Engine Yanmar (option) 42 kW | 57 HP
 Engine Volvo (option) 55 kW | 75 HP
 Mainsail 46.79 m2 | 503’6’’ sq ft
 Furling 39.75 m2 | 427’9’’ sq ft
 Genoa 52.47 m2 | 564’7’’ sq ft
 Gennaker 135.45 m2 | 1458’0’’ sq ft
 I 15.90 m | 52’2’’ ft
 J 4.78 m  | 15’8’’ ft
 P 14.80 m | 48’7’’ ft
 E 5,37 m |17’7’’ ft




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