Showing posts with label Elling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Elling. Show all posts

June 20, 2016

New Model: Elling E6

Part of the Neptune Marine Group, Elling has gathered a follow up of fans in the last decade with the E3 and E4 models, so the news of a completely new flagship last year has been an important waiting event.  Measuring at over nineteen meters, the new Elling E6 has looks which in pictures dictate it as a stretched out version of the E4.  Obviously that cannot be the case considering the differing in dimensions of about fifteen feet.  The E6 offers an accommodation plan sleeping six in three double cabins which include a full beam midships located master stateroom.  Rightly so some features which have Elling signature. as being self righting yacht is also featured on the E6, unusual in a yacht this size and smaller see E3 and E4 models.  But also important considering the new big Elling just as the smaller ones offers a trans Atlantic range.  Power for the Elling E6 comes from a large main Volvo 900hp set up, and 75hp emergency wing engine.
Technical Data:
LOA - 19.8 m (65ft)
Beam - 5.35 m
Draft - 1.25 m
Fuel Capacity - 5000 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Accommodation - 6 berths in 3 cabins
Engine - 1 x Volvo D13 900hp plus Volvo D2 75 hp wing engine
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 18 knots max, 7 knots max with wing engine only
Construction - Fiberglass build with Aramid Kevlar or Twaron reinforcements
Certification - CE A 

August 11, 2015

Project: Elling E6

Elling present the project for a new flagship for its E-Series the E6.  The new Elling flagship represents the achievements achieved by the Neptune owned brand, in contemporary luxury yacht design and encapsulates the go-anywhere, long range yacht in a convertible concept. This boat raises the bar already set by the E4 and adds an extra five meters of luxury.  This length gives three double cabins below, a crew cabin aft, double saloon, and a galley.  Owners cabin is full beam and is located at midships. The E6 as the smaller sisters will feature a self righting hull, and will reach max speeds up to 18 knots.