Dan’s Boating Pages

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“Miss Louisa

Elysian, by Appleyard Lincoln & Co

Appleyard Lincoln & Co of Ely launched the first “Elysian 27” for 1963. This 27ft 2 to 4 berth aft cockpit cruiser was very successful and built over several years. A centre cockpit version was also produced. At the end of production Bounty Boats purchased the mould and derived their own aft cockpit version - see here

The Mk I featured the escape hatch in the bow.

The Mk II appeared in 1969 and is easy to recognise as it has the escape hatch on the roof in the front cabin and a small raised area around the bow.

The Elysian 34 was produced from 1966. A 34ft 4-7 berth cruiser normally built in one of two layouts. Features normally include two toilets, a convertable double in the saloon, with sliding canopy over. Galley with either bathroom or settee/double opposite and a single or twin cabin aft.