2001 Elling E3 Cockpit, Deck, Exterior
The navy blue Awlgrip painted hull and cream colored pilothouse exterior of Brigadoon immediately draw attention. The main deck is all one level, which give great views from the cockpit seating area, and make it easy to move forward and aft. The freeboard is quite high at 81" at the bow, dropping slightly to 67" at the stern. There are teak toe hole steps built directly into the hull on both sides, which assist boarding.
The cockpit seating area features a convertible wood folding table for an alternative dining area, cushioned built-in seating, an exterior faux teak sole, a barbeque grill with 2 propane tanks in a locker, a canvas bimini top, and 250' stern anchor line on a stainless steel reel.
Teak steps go down to the swim platform, and lift for access to a lazzerette/storage room. The current owner installed an enlarged aluminum swim platform with an aluminum swim ladder and fixed hand rails for added safety.
The Awlgrip painted bow has a large foredeck for storage, and there is a raw water wash-down on the bow. Brigadoon is equipped with a 60 lbs plow anchor including chain counter, with 220' of 5/16" high strength chain.
The pilothouse in entered through a door from the cockpit, and is one step down. The step is covered by a non-skid material. There is also a window that opens from the cockpit into the pilothouse.
2001 Elling E3 Pilothouse
Brigadoon is driven from the pilothouse helm. There is an L-shaped settee to port which converts to full berth, with a folding wood table, which provides seating for guests, and an alternative dining area. Large windows provide clear views. There is a large panel in the roof which opens electrically to let in fresh air and sunshine. When closed, there is a watertight seal created by an automatically inflating gasket, which is proof of the engineering on the Elling E3. The leather, hydraulic Captain's helm chair is air damped, which makes it comfortable for long cruises. All of the electrical controls are located in the pilothouse.
2001 Elling E3 Salon
The pilothouse opens to the salon which is a few rounded steps down. The open configuration keeps anyone below connected to anyone in the pilothouse, and makes the full beam salon light and open. Large curtained windows also allow natural light into the salon. The manufactured teak and holly sole is easy to keep clean.
The salon on Brigadoon features a large rounded settee to starboard, two built-in chairs to port with a television in between, and a beautiful round table, which may become the focal point of your time spent in the salon, and is another alternative dining area. The joinery is exquisite and is indicative of the craftsmanship that went into building the Elling E3.
2001 Elling E3 Galley
The galley is to port, aft of the salon. Every inch of space has been utilized to make an easy to work in galley that features: a large Bosch dishwasher, a 4 burner Bosch ceramic cooktop with a Bosch exterior venting exhaust fan, an upright refrigerator/freezer, a microwave/convection oven, Corian countertops, a "wine cellar" in the floor hatches, ample counter space, and storage cabinets.
2001 Elling E3 Accomodations
The Master stateroom on Brigadoon is aft, and is entered through the galley way. A walk around queen sized bed is situated starboard to port. The large escape hatch aft, and the window to port allow natural light in. A television is on the wall at the foot of the bed, and a hanging locker provides storage.
The V-berth is the guest stateroom, and features a full sized berth, an overhead escape hatch, a full hanging locker, and a built-in bench seat.
The bunk room stateroom is aft to starboard. It can be two bunks, one bunk and storage, or all storage.
Additionally, the pilothouse settee converts to a full size berth for a total of 7 berths.
2001 Elling E3 Head
The single head is forward to port, and is accessed from the salon. It features a tile floor, full shower, sink, storage, exterior venting exhaust fan, and electric fresh water flush head.
2001 Elling E3 Engine Room
Making full use of space, the engine room is amidships. It is accessed by removable wall panels in the galley, and in the bunk room, which give access to both sides of the engine. The panels are well insulated and sound proofed. Additionally, the current owner has added Walker Airseps which assist with keeping the engine area clean and the atmosphere in the salon fresh.
2001 Elling E3 Additional
ELECTRICAL NOTE: Brigadoon has just had her electrical system upgraded to ABYC 250v/50A/60hZ power supply. Several issues with the electrical supply are now resolved.
Onan 9.0kW Generator with 1400 hours
Double panel windows won't sweat or shatter if boat rolls over (Self Righting from 180°)
Smoke and CO alarms wired to alert at dash panel
Automatic Halon fire suppression system in engine room
Dual Windlass Control: Handheld w/ chain counter & built-in flashlight and helm control
Underwater lights & Dimmable cabin lights
Electronics and arch (electric) fold to an air draft of 11'10" at the push of a button
Isolation transformers to isolate shore power faults from boat
Soft start module for shore power inlet
WiFi antenna w/ amplifier to provide WiFi throughout boat
House battery bank 1,100 AMPS and bank monitors for each of the 3 banks
2 batttery chargers (1@45Amp and 1@50Amp)
Duplex fuel filters (Racor switchable) for Cummins with vacuum gauge
Vacuum gauge for generator fuel filter
Speedseal kits on impellers/water pumps
3 variable speed windshield wipers
Weather station and Outside TV antenna
Gauges for fuel, water, and waste tank levels
Full set of covers for outside pilothouse windows and screens for all ports and hatches
Radar display in addition to chartplotter
Extensive spare parts inventory (Approx $5000)
Operating and maintenance manuals for all systems
Remote control spotlight
Two Fresh water pumps. One button switches one pump to the other
Bose speakers for TV in the main salon
AM/FM/CD (5 disc) player with zoned speakers
Wine cellar located in galley floor holds 6-8 bottles
New chilled water AC/heating system
Bottom painted with Interlux Micron Extra paint January 2019