Boat Shows

Elling Yachts will be attending the Southampton Boat show

Friday September 14th – 23rd

Berth M256

New E3 aft Cabin

We designed a new layout together with the owner.
Enough space around the bed and still a nice bathroom on sb side.

This Elling E3 can be visited during the Dusseldorf boatshow in January!

Even more space in the pilot house…

We have developed an insert in the mould of the upper deck, so that people can choose for a large square seat in the pilot house or the rounded version that we used to build as a standard.

The square seat offers the option to lie down and stretch the legs, during long trips. Especially for long crossings, the possibility to take a nap near the skipper.

New Website for Elling!

Elling Yachting are proud to announce their new website has been re-designed and after taking your comments on-board we have created a more user friendly and contemporary site, packed with new features and information.

We hope you like it and look forward to hearing your comments and feedback.

New insulated window frames provide more warmth and comfort

Ever since the first Elling E-series, the Elling has been fitted out with double glazed windows as standard. The excellent insulation of the Elling has been one of the most highly valued properties of the Elling motor-yachts.

This in combination with the water filled Kabola central heating system, has made Elling one of the most comfortable motor-yachts ever built.

Elling has even improved the comfort level by changing to thermal insulated window frames. This ensures that no condensation will be formed on the window frames, not even under extreme winter conditions.

The latest development in decking is Flexiteek®

Elling uses Flexiteek®. This environmentally friendly material is very easy to maintain. You can simply just pressure wash it, when dirty… and it’s good to go!

By using a colour that matches exactly the silver-grey colour of one year old teak, we managed to surprise people on boat shows by mentioning: “This is artificial Teak”. Some reactions we heard were: “I can’t believe that!” even when they were standing on the deck.

The non-slip properties of the material are far superior than real teak, even when the deck is all wet.