Home port: Amsterdam
Built: 996 (major refit 2017)
Builder: Davenport Yachts
LOA: 20,90 m
Beam: 5,28 m
Draft: 2,90 m
ELINCA is a Challenge 67' class sailing yacht designed by David Thomas for a legendary BT Global Challenge Round the World Race sailed “the wrong way” - against the prevailing winds and currents.
She is exceptionally strong and seaworthy and, like all the other yachts of the Challenge Fleet has an almost legendary reputation for her performance in difficult conditions, comfort at sea and confidence inspiring ability.
The design lends itself to a wide variety of uses, as well as Ocean Racing. The deck layout and accommodation make her suitable for corporate entertaining, adventure sailing, family cruising, chartering and private use.
ELINCA underwent a major refit in 2017, her interior virtually rebuilt. She has a brand new plumbing and wiring system and is now almost in “as new condition”. Accommodation standard was upgraded to four star level and offers comfortable, almost luxurious living and cruising conditions. With her stainless steel superstructure and Cat 0 bulkheads, she is bulletproof and epic wind.
ELINCA is now ready to sail worldwide without limit.