Next April 28 is the official launch of the new Elan Impression 354, a racer-cruiser born from the pencil of Rob Humphreys. The “little sister” of the Impression line echoes in a small way the features of the larger boats, especially the Elan 494. A deck saloon will be provided (there are no other 35-foot boats on the market that feature this solution), and the saloon will be brightened by the many windows that will open on the deckhouse. While waiting for a chance to touch it, here is the video presentation of the boat.
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The stern is open, and as an option the swim platform will be available a smoother ascent. The sail plan includes a mainsail mounted on a mast with two tiers of quartered spreaders, an overlapping and asymmetrical genoa to be mounted on the retractable bowsprit. You can choose between two interior layout configurations, with two or three cabins: both will have one bathroom and a functional L-shaped galley.