Elan Impression 434

Elan Impression 434


Designed by renowned Rob Humphreys to Llloyd Germanisher accreditation and CE Standard for unlimited offshore travel

Unique layout with 4 cabins but with a proper master cabin with adjacent private heads / shower 

Double bunk room midships with two large double cabins aft

Second large head area with separate shower

Ducted heating throughout 

Extraordinary storage capacity suitable for live-aboard and long range cruising

Fully re-rigged 2018

New sails 2018

New electronics 2018-2019

New watermaker 2019

Oversized 800L water capacity

New 55HP Diesel engine 2013 kept immaculate by mechanical engineer owner

Bow thruster

460W of solar panels (new in July-2020) on a solid stainless steel arch (installed 2018)

All new Bimini, dodger and cockpit covers 2019/20

Windvane 'Hydrovane' for self-steering in all conditions

Additional electric autopilot

Set up for solo or short-handed sailing / passage-making

All furling sails

Presented in beautiful condition with nothing to spend before moving aboard and going cruising today

A unique opportunity to purchase a yacht comparable to an Oyster or Southerly in terms of seaworthiness, but at an affordable price, fully equipped and upgraded less than 2 years ago.

Available in Fiji now. Long term dry storage booked for summer season 2020-2021 should you chose to keep your new yacht out of the water in a highly desirable insurance-approved cyclone storage location.

Read on for impressive inventory and full details and check our Youtube Video for a full walk-through filmed on location in Fiji September 2020.




Serenity First is a beautifully presented example of the award-winning blue-water cruising yacht the Elan Impression 434, which is set apart from other Elan designs and built especially to suit the needs of serious offshore voyaging and cruising lifestyle for a family or couple.

The Elan Impression is hard to beat in terms of reputation from drawing board to completion. Her designer, Rob Humphreys has brought to the world such iconic blue-water yachts as Oyster and Southerly to name a few, but also bequeathed to the less wealthy sailors such sturdy, pocket-size little gems of endurance and seaworthiness as the beloved Contessa 27, made famous by several intrepid solo-circumnavigators over several decades.

Like many of Humphreys designs, the Elan 434 Impression is built to the standards of the robust Germanischer Lloyd approved construction schedule to ensures structural longevity and which systems and final completed fit-out is further approved for CE standards unlimited offshore travel. There basically isn't an accreditation or award that the Elan 434 failed to secure and maintain!

At Nautilus Yacht Management we are proud to bring you the very best cruising yachts on the current world market and this beautiful Elan 434 Impression really ticks all the boxes with regards to what really makes a blue-water cruising yachts. We have thoroughly inspected and know the boat well, so we can absolutely trust that it will bring you years of joy, safety and freedom on the ocean.

If Serenity First's pedigree as a cruising yacht is unquestionable but furthermore, she presents beautifully and equipment level as she is today is second-to-none.

Other than a little bit of vanishing in traffic areas (minor), this yacht presents without a blemish and can favourable rival a far younger model. Her engine was replaced in 2013 and her current owners, planning a serous cruise from Croatia to Australia cut no corners in making sure that Serenity First was equipped and prepared in a way that they could enjoy their voyage in ultimate safety and comfort. Between 2018 and 2019 the rigging, sails, electronics, ect. were replaced, a new watermaker purchased, safety items added and installed, a smarter and more powerful electrical system designed and put together, etc

Everything is now being passed on to Serenity First's new owners and the boat truly presents as a turn-key option with everything on board, from bedding to kitchen needs to a mountain of spare parts, tools and water toys, etc..(the list is too long to compile here). They have also secured an enviable dry storage spot at Vuda Marina for the 2020-2021 cyclone season, which will bring peace of mind to the new owners should they wish to keep the boat in Fiji during the summer.

Read on for the full description and for more information please contact our friendly team at Nautilus Yacht Management. We are cruising yacht specialists and take a lot of pride in bringing you such a beautiful yacht. Our team in Fiji will be delighted to help answer your questions and organise video inspections on board to circumvent the logistical complication of the Covid-19 travel restrictions.

Our agency has assisted buyers from all around the world with the purchase of the boat of their dream, and a decade of working on an international platform has provided us with the knowledge to help you with all the steps of your purchase and new ownership such as import, delivery, registration etc. 

Purchasing a yacht overseas does not have to be stressful. We are here to help.



  • The Impression 434 by Elan was the first of a new dedicated cruising range, evolved out of the company’s highly successful cruiser/racer range but with features that are greatly valued by anyone seeking comfort at the head of their priority list

  • Rob Humphreys’ design pedigree is the best testament for any serious bluewater cruiser - with generous internal volume and extremely spacious accommodation, the lines are nevertheless performance-minded with emphasis on easy and rapid passagemaking

  • Exceptional seaworthiness in her class, well-thought design and layout of deck and hardware allows for easy handling by a cruising couple or family

  • The Impression 434 is a good load-carrier, designed to be mindful of the robust Germanischer Lloyd approved construction schedule that ensures structural longevity, and capable of carrying an abundance of stores and equipment to accompany prolonged cruising


"Choosing a yacht for bluewater cruising involves balancing many different factors, such as seaworthiness, speed, comfort under sail, ease of handling, livability whilst at anchor, space for hosting friends, reliability of mechanical and electrical systems, price etc. As a young cruising couple investing in our first boat, we spent a year looking at all of the monohull options in the 35-45ft range before we came across the Elan 434. We found a yacht that achieved compromises across these factors that no other boat could come close to and immediately knew that this was the right vessel for our three-year voyage from Europe to the South Pacific.

Serenity First has been our home and constant companion for approaching 20,000nm and during that time our appreciation of all that she has to offer, and faith that she will overcome whatever weather comes our way, has just continued to grow. The manufacturer's specification offered a spacious and comfortable coastal cruiser with the necessary seaworthiness for ocean crossings, and we then upgraded all of her system capabilities to turn her into a true bluewater passage maker. 

We have now crossed two oceans on Serenity and explored extensive cruising grounds across the Mediterranean, Caribbean and South Pacific. She has been a delight to handle as just a couple, but has also proved a spacious home for when we have hosted friends or crew. It is with a great sadness that we will be parting with such a trusted friend, but we hope that her next owners will enjoy her company as much as we have."


Hull and deck

  • Elan employs modern construction methods by infusing the hull's outer multiaxial laminate with vinylester resin for osmosis protection and with isophthalic polyester resin on the inner layers. 

  • The hull is solid glass below the waterline, while the topsides and deck are PVC-foam cored

  • The Elan inner structure is one of the most comprehensive reinforced structures on the market thanks to the highest profile of structural frames among boat builders and the highest number of longitudinal and transversal stringers

  • A unique combination of gluing and laminating techniques of the inner mould to the hull joint is a further differentiator proving that Elan yachts are built to last

  • Construction is under the permanent technical supervision of Germanischer Lloyd

Hull to deck joint

  • Hull and deck are joined together by a 3-way technique: gluing of the hull and deck parts together, use of stainless steel bolts for mechanical shear, and fastening and laminating of the joint at the bow and transom areas to allow for greater stiffness and sturdiness

  • 100% reliability with no recorded failure in thousands of miles of tough ocean conditions

  • Chainplate loads are spread via marine stainless steel rods to metal plates incorporated into the inner structure


  • Draft of 1.9m with a cast iron ore lead keel, which is attached to the hull by premium grade stainless bolts that are highly resistant to corrosion

  • The internal structure grid ensures the best possible strength and flexibility in beating to windward, or in severe groundings

  • Before fitting each Elan keel is sealed for protection and smooth finish


  • A central rudder mounted in a highly reinforced structure in the stern is controlled by twin leather-covered wheels that are linked to the rudder quadrant via stainless steel cables

  • The Raymarine linear drive autopilot ram connects directly to the quadrant and therefore provides further steering redundancy

  • Emergency tiller can be mounted directly on the rudder-stock from the cockpit

  • Fitted with a Hydrovane - the world-leading wind vane that steers the boat on a wind based course using a completely independent mechanical system (i.e. non-electrical). Excellent on all points of sail and in all conditions, it also doubles as a auxiliary rudder


  • The spacious self-draining cockpit has twin steering positions with engine control panel, throttle and bow thruster control on the starboard side

  • The floor is angled to support the helmsman’s feet and handrails support the backside if you want to steer from the windward side, or alternatively try the iconic Elan transom seats

  • Sugar scoop on transom with swim ladder and shower (hot and cold water)

  • Fixed cockpit table with 2 fold-down leaves and bottle-stowage

  • Large cockpit lockers and lazarettes on both port and starboard sides

  • Self-draining gas locker for 2.75kg propane bottles and manual bilge pump

Skin fittings

  • Skin fittings in bronze or stainless steel with fast-closing ball valves

  • Reinforced hoses, mounted with double stainless steel hose clamps


Volvo Penta engine

  • 4 cylinder 55HP marine diesel engine (D2-55F) with saildrive and folding three blade Flexofold propellor

  • Engine replaced by previous owners in 2013 - total hours 3,800 (Sep 2020)

  • Detailed engine maintenance records kept by current owners from start of 2018

  • Secondary alternator (115A) fitted in mid-2019 to supplement primary alternator (also 115A), mounted using official Volvo Penta mounting bracket

  • Engine control box replaced in 2018 (when hours were 2,970)

  • Fuel tank holds 270lt (71 gallons) of diesel, which represents circa 5 days of fuel at cruising rpm (1,600)

Bow thruster

  • Dual propeller bow thruster (Quick BTQ250), with separate bow battery bank


  • Selden deck-stepped mast with in-mast furling mainsail and fractional rig - rigging completely replaced during initial refit in 2018 and individual replacements of lower cap and inner stays with broken strands have taken place in 2019 and 2020

  • All sail controls (excluding main and genoa halyards) are run back to the cockpit, 

  • Selden boom and rod kicker, with outhaul and endless furling line run to separate secondary winches to allow easy mainsail reefing without leaving the cockpit

  • Selden furling system for genoa (Furlex 300S)

  • Selden spinnaker pole and mast track with rigged pole lift and spinnaker halyards

  • Rope backstay tensioner to provide additional rig control without needing to adjust turnbuckles

  • Flag lines on starboard and port spreaders

  • Mechanical and electric windexes

  • Mast, mast support and keel are connected by an electrical conductor

  • Lighting rod fitted to protect antennae and masthead instruments


  • Furling mainsail (39 sq. m) purchased in 2018 from North Sails - no repairs

  • Furling 135% genoa (59 sq. m) purchased in 2018 from North Sails - only minor chafe repairs to foot and at base of bolt rope

  • Foam luff added to genoa to improve reefed upwind sailing performance

  • Leech tell tales added to mainsail to ease sail setting

  • Spare mainsail and spare genoa kept from previous owners - no significant repairs


Ground tackle 

  • Self-draining anchor locker and double roller in stainless steel

  • Electric anchor windlass (Lofrans X2 1000 - fully serviced and cones replaced in 2018)

  • 50kg (110lb) primary Bruce anchor with 60m of High Test 10mm chain that is then spliced to 100m of 18mm three-strand nylon (all purchased in 2018 - gypsy can handle transition from chain to rope and back)

  • 15kg (35lb) secondary Danforth-style anchor with 10m of 10mm chain and 50m of three strand nylon stored in cockpit lockers

  • 20kg (45lb) spare CQR style anchor and 50m of spare 10mm chain stored in lazarette


  • Lalizas Solas Oceano 8-man life raft mounted on coach roof (purchased 2018, serviced mid-2019)

  • Sun deck on foredeck, also suitable for storing the dinghy for longer passages

  • Aluminium toe rails along the entire length of the deck

  • Upgraded stainless steel bow fairleads

  • Six mooring cleats

  • Stainless steel grab rails on coach roof

  • 2 genoa tracks with genoa cars that can be operated from the cockpit

  • High performance LED lighting that meets or exceeds COLREG specifications across anchor light, running light, forward navigation lights, stern light and deck spotlight


  • New bimini (with integrated rain catcher), dodger (with protective window covers) and connector made in 2019/2020 with premium vinyl-backed (waterproof) Sunbrella

  • Raymarine C95 cockpit mounted chart plotter (purchased 2020) with integrated GPS and up to date Navionics South Pacific chart card

  • Separate Garmin GPS receiver (for AIS) and backup Raymarine GPS receiver

  • Raymarine starboard helm instruments: Autopilot (ST6002) and Depth / Speed (ST60)

  • Raymarine port helm instruments: Windex (ST60+) and Depth / Speed (ST60+)

  • Two Harken 46 primary winches and two Harken 40 secondary winches

  • Eight Rutgerson clutches next to secondary winches on the coach roof

  • Solar arch to support 460 Watts of Victron solar panels and Iridium Go external antenna

  • Fitted with a Hydrovane - the world leading wind vane that steers the boat on a wind based course using a completely independent mechanical system (ie. non-electrical). Excellent on all points of sail and in all conditions, it also doubles as a auxiliary rudder

  • Cockpit speakers connected to bluetooth / USB stereo in saloon / VHF output

  • Horseshoe buoy, floating light and throwing line mounted to pushpit

  • Outboard pushpit mount

Other equipment

  • 2.5m aluminium floor Highfield dinghy (with c.5 patches) with 5HP Seanovo 2-stroke outboard engine and 12lt separate fuel tank

  • Three-strand polyester mooring lines (three x 12m lines and two x 25m lines)

  • Eight regular fenders and one round stern fender

  • Six cockpit cushions and set of inflatables (chair, ring and lilos)

  • Black signal ball and cone

  • 25m of water hoses and 5 micron filter to reduce contamination risk from marina fills

  • 2.4m gangplank

  • Drogue

  • Magma free-standing charcoal BBQ

  • Three 5-gallon diesel jerry cans, two 5-gallon petrol jerry cans and juel filter

  • Bow to stern jackstay


Communications and instruments

  • Iridium GO! satellite phone, email and tracking device, with permanently mounted external antennae on solar arch

  • Moveable WiFi booster / antenna (Solwise Patriot) and separate internal WiFi router

  • Raymarine 54E VHF with toggle for output to cockpit stereo speaker

  • Class B AIS transponder (Weatherdock EasyTRX 2S) connected to separate external Garmin GPS

  • Below deck AIS alarm with toggle switch


  • Ocean Signal EPIRB1 (purchased 2018 - never used, has 8 of 12 GPS tests remaining)

  • Six Lalizas Sigma inflatable life jackets (CO2 canister, manual activation) and eight tethers

  • Full set of flares (2x smoke, 4x parachute, 2x handheld)

  • Three 1kg powder fire extinguishers (forward, galley / engine, cockpit locker) and one fire blanket (galley)

  • 10gpm Jabsco electric bilge pump with float switch and 10gpm manual bilge pump

Water, tankage and comfort

  • Modular Seawater Pro watermaker installed in saloon in 2019 - produces 65 lt / 17 gallons per hour using a 12v DC motor that draws 55 Amps

  • Fresh water capacity of 788lt (208 gallons) split between one bow tank and three saloon tanks

  • Fuel tank holds 270lt (71 gallons) of diesel, which represents around 5 days of fuel motoring continuously at cruising rpm (1,600)

  • Black water tank offers 135lt capacity and is emptied by a Jabsco macerator pump

  • Fresh water pump under sink is Jabsco Sensormax VSD (3.7 gallons per minute)

  • 25lt Jabsco water heater that can be powered using shore power, the AC inverter or through the engine heat exchanger

  • Webasto central heating with inbuilt ducting to every cabin that is powered by highly economical diesel burner connected to the main fuel tank


  • 520Ah main battery bank - four 12v Trojan wet cell batteries (31XHS, purchased in 2018)

  • Separate engine starter battery

  • 200Ah bow thruster battery bank maintained by Sterling Pro Charge B Battery to Battery charger

  • 400A Sterling Alternator to Battery Charger that combines incoming power from both alternators, solar panels and shore power and optimises charging across the three separate battery banks

  • Four 115 Watt 12v Vitron polycrystalline solar panels (totalling 460 watts, replaced under warranty in mid-2020) mounted on solar arch across cockpit

  • Victron solar MPPT controller (BlueSolar 100/30 bought in 2018) connected to Victron MPPT output control mounted in aft starboard cabin

  • 40A Quick battery charger (SBC 500) connected to shore power that works across 110-220 volts

  • 1500 Watt 220v inverter with extension cable that spans full length of boat

  • Separate battery switches that isolate engine, house and bow thruster banks, as well as the anchor windlass / watermaker and inverter power supplies

  • Dedicated electrical equipment cupboard that provides easy access to all non-battery equipment listed above (excluding bow thruster battery charger)

  • Touchscreen digital systems monitoring (Simarine Pico) that provides detailed information on battery bank status, charging and consumption sources, tank levels (water, fuel and holding), temperature and 3 day log of barometric pressure 

  • AC shore power outlets in every room and 15m integrated retractable shore charging cable (plus extension cable and adapters to most common marina plug fittings)


  • Elan 434s are designed as ‘semi-deck saloons’ that ensure generous headroom and a sense of space down below without compromising on-deck visibility or sailing performance

  • The focus on comfortable passagemaking has resulted in exceptional storage and tankage capacity that makes for an easier life aboard whether on passage or at anchor, either as a cruising couple, family or when hosting additional guests

  • All internal lighting has been replaced with LEDs for reduced energy consumption, and individual fans have been installed in all cabins and communal spaces


  • Double sided folding saloon table that can accommodate 8-10 people when fully extended

  • Lee cloths to convert port and starboard sofas into passage berths

  • Forward opening lockable escape hatch with roller blind and separate mosquito net

  • Skylight and three additional deck saloon windows plus two portlights, all with individual integrated blinds to keep space cool in the heat of the day

  • Port and starboard side adjustable fans plus twin dorades on coach roof to improve ventilation

  • Additional storage behind sofa cushions and under forward sofa seating

  • Seating inset and spare cushion can be used to transform the saloon into a spacious double berth / on passage lounge area

  • LED strip down lighting installed down each side of the saloon to provide softer lighting for entertaining or whilst on night watch

  • Acoustic guitar mounted on forward wall of saloon

  • Ceiling mounted speakers connected to bluetooth / USB stereo


  • L-shaped design that allows multiple users whilst also offering brace points for offshore cooking

  • Working surfaces in solid Corian, edged with an upright profile designed as a grip, with sliding stove cover to provide additional counter space when not in use

  • Three burner gas stove and oven with manual stopcock below and separate electrical solenoid at the bottle (controlled from the nearby electrical panel) 

  • Double, rounded stainless steel sinks fitted with integrated chopping board covers

  • Separate Purewater+ drinking water tap with inbuilt, easy change 1 micron carbon filter, and foot pump operated saltwater rinse tap (doubles as water maker taste tap)

  • 130lt Isotherm front opening fridge with icebox

  • 40lt Isotherm top loading fridge

  • Closable storage lockers along the galley

  • Wall mounted adjustable fan to allow the cook to stay cool whilst using the stove in warmer climates

  • Storage space underneath the floorboards

  • Under Sink trash bin, plastic bag holder and separate storage area

  • Open pantry area with inbuilt spice racks

  • Magnetic knife rack

  • Small oval hatch in ceiling above stove

  • Full set of plates, bowls, cutlery, glasses and mugs for six people

  • Extensive range of kitchen equipment including set of six Tefal non-stick stackable pots and pans, large capacity Tefal pressure cooker, blender, collapsible dish rack, nesting tupperware and magnetic knife rack

Navigation desk

  • Lipped chart table (60cm by 60cm) with spacious seat that provides on passage working area with easy access to VHF, electrical distribution panel, systems monitors and stereo

  • Tablet mount at back of desk for below deck navigational devices - using WiFi can mirror cockpit plotter or run separate navigation software linking to GPS and AIS

  • Two 12v charging points that allow USB charging for up to four separate devices

  • Adjustable reading light with a red filter to preserve vision whilst on night watch

  • In addition to the in-table storage, there is copious storage all around the seating area that is well suited for safety equipment, flares and medical supplies


  • Double berth with bespoke fitted sheets, and reading lights and fans on each side

  • Double-door shelved clothes storage on starboard side topped with lipped shelf, plus full length shelves down both sides

  • Dressing seat that faces the access to additional clothes storage area in the forward bunk room

  • Underbed and underseat storage areas, 

  • Forward opening lockable escape hatch with roller blind and separate mosquito net

  • Two portlights with individual blinds

Forward head

  • Jabsco manual toilet

  • Wash basin with combo hot / cold mixing tap and extendable shower head

  • Electric pump with switch for draining shower water

  • Closable lockers next to the washbasin and separate above-sink caddy

  • Mirror, mounted toilet brush, holder for lavatory paper and towel hanger

  • Small oval hatch in ceiling

Forward bunk room / workshop

  • Two single berth bunks that have been converted by current owners into a workshop and spare parts store

  • Broad range of tools that have allowed current owners to tackle the vast majority of maintenance, repairs and upgrades that are required on a ocean-crossing cruising boats (including installation of hydrovane, watermaker and all electrical upgrades)

  • Stackable storage crates that separate spares and materials for epoxy and paint, electrical connectors, engine spares, lubricants and tapes, high current electrical cabling, and water pipes and pumps

  • Eight by eight drawer organiser for screws and small spares

  • Two large shelved clothes lockers that have been modified to have additional doors through to the forepeak

  • Under bunk storage currently used to store the bunk cushions

  • Small oval hatch in ceiling

Aft head

  • Jabsco manual toilet

  • Wash basin with hot / cold mixing tap and storage caddy

  • Separate shower cubicle with seat, mounted shower head, hot / cold mixer and magnetic door

  • Hanging rail to convert to storage of wet weather gear when on passage  

  • Brackets for storing companionway washboard when not in use

  • Electric pump with switch for draining shower water

  • Closable lockers next to and under the washbasin

  • Mirror, mounted toilet brush, holder for lavatory paper and towel hanger

  • Small oval hatch in ceiling over shower

Aft port cabin

  • Queen sized double berth with bespoke fitted sheets, separating lee cloth, and reading lights and fans for each side

  • Double-door clothes storage (part hanging, part shelves) on port side and single-door shelved clothes storage on the starboard side, topped with lipped shelves plus full length shelf down the port side

  • Two separate vertically opening hatches plus external portlight, all with individual blinds

  • Inspection hatch for engine compartment

  • Spacious underbed storage compartment with additional under floor storage and aft underbed storage

  • Mounting point for storing hydrovane ‘sail’ when not in use

Aft starboard cabin

  • Queen sized double berth with bespoke fitted sheets, separating lee cloth, and reading lights and fans for each side

  • Single-door shelved clothes storage on each side, topped with lipped shelves plus additional full length shelf down the starboard side

  • Two separate vertically opening hatches plus external portlight, all with individual blinds

  • Inspection hatch for engine compartment

  • Underbed storage converted to the dedicated electrical equipment access point

  • Direct access to both aft-head and saloon


  • 2018

    • Total rig replacement

    • Integrated systems monitor and advanced electrical charging

    • Solar arch and Iridium GO! satellite phone / email / tracker device

    • Hydrovane

    • New mainsail and genoa

    • New liferaft and life jackets

    • Gas solenoid

    • AIS and onboard WiFi

    • Fans and LED lighting

    • Lee cloths

    • Drinking water tap in galley with added carbon filter

  • 2019

    • Foam luff on genoa

    • Bimini

    • Watermaker

    • Barrier coat below waterline

    • Folding propellor (Flexofold three blade)

    • Second alternator

    • Leather steering wheel covers

    • Manual salt water rinse tap in galley

  • 2020

    • Bimini rain catcher

    • Chart plotter

    • Solar panels

    • Dodger

    • Dodger window covers

    • Bimini to dodger connector


  • Zinc anodes

  • Filters for watermaker

  • Diesel and oil filters

  • Saildrive and engine oil

  • Hydrovane offshore spares kit

  • Outboard impellers, spark plugs, kill cord, 2-stroke oil

  • Broad range of tools that have allowed current owners to tackle the vast majority of maintenance, repairs and upgrades that are required on a ocean-crossing cruising boats (including installation of hydrovane, watermaker and all electrical upgrades)

  • Stackable storage crates that separate spares and materials for epoxy and paint, electrical connectors, engine spares, lubricants and tapes, high current electrical cabling, and water pipes and pumps

  • Many sets of stainless screws, bolts, loops, shackles, blocks, spare lines etc.

  • and a lot more....


  • Full set of electrical wiring diagrams and a detailed owner’s manual

  • The current owners have also compiled a digital manual library for all listed equipment


  • The upholstery is tired and could do with replacing, although there are no holes or other damage than general fading and lack of tightness. There are excellent local marine trimmers who do a great job for a very reasonable price

  • Some flares will expire soon and the liferaft needs servicing again before the next adventure. Both of these are available through Vuda or Denarau marina.

  • The new solar panels have increased capacity and would benefit from increasing the size of wiring between them and the MPPT to reduce the voltage drop between them

  • The VHF microphone cable is chafed in several areas and ideally should be replaced

  • Since Serenity First has a rotation number all purchases are tax free if ordered online and delivered to a nearby port like Denarau or Vuda






Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.