1998 Ellis 28 Extended Top Cruiser with 200-hp TAMD41 Volvo Diesel
PRICE REDUCED to $119,000
1989 Ellis 28’ Lobster Yacht “ELL-IDA” with Cummins 210 diesel
PRICE REDUCED to $125,000
E-tec 90 outboard with under 200 hours, 25-gallon fuel tank under the floor, Garmin Echomap GPS, varnished teak bow seats, varnished teak stern seat, forward storage locker with teak door, spray dodger, stainless Steel on PVC rails…
STARDUST – A Classic 1966 Bunker and Ellis
Builder/Designer Builder: Raymond Bunker & Ralph Ellis
Dimensions LOA: 39′ LWL: 37′ Beam: 11’10”
Displacement: 18,500 lbs, Draft: 3’6″
Engines: 2007 Twin V8 Volvo Penta, 350 hp each (1725 hrs)
Hull: 1 1/4″ mahogany planking over 2 1/2″ x 1 5/8″ oak frames
SALE PRICE: $130,000
At 39 feet with twin-engines and a traditional Downeast hull, Stardust is an extremely maneuverable and seaworthy vessel. She is currently being stored at Ellis Boat Company in Southwest Harbor.
E-tec 90 outboard with only 130 hours, 25-gallon aluminum fuel tank under the floor, Garmin Echomap GPS, varnished teak bow seats, varnished teak stern seat, forward storage locker with teak door, spray dodger, stainless Steel on PVC rails…
Fifty years later, Stardust, a 1966 twin engine 39′ Bunker and Ellis, has arrived back at Ellis Boat Company – back to where she was built at 265 Seawall Road in Southwest Harbor. Don Ellis recalls her beginnings with the famous builders Raymond Bunker and Ralph Ellis, back in 1966, when he was a teenager. In particular, he recalls the mahogany hull – only a few of the Bunker and Ellis hulls were built with mahogany.
Ellis Boat Company has inspected the boat fully and is process of developing a plan for a full restoration. If you are interested in becoming the lucky new owner of this amazing vessel with it’s incredible place in the history, call Shane Ellis at 207-244-9221 (x6) or 207-266-7911. Or email email@example.com. Or click the link below for more details….
We are excited to announce that the Ellis 32 “Otis B” is under new ownership! The day of sea trials with the surveyor was an extremely windy October day with heavy seas and whitecaps – just to make it interesting. The Ellis 32 performed admirably and impressed everyone on board. Look for her next season in the area with a new name and a few upgrades!