Ellis 20 Open Fisherman – SOLD

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LOA 20’ 2” Beam 7’ 6” Draft 11”
Displacement 1,800 lbs.
Fuel capacity 1 x 33 gallons
Max Speed 30+ knots

FEATURES
Trailer included
Fuel tank – under removable floor hatch
Ellis Floatation Foam outside of main stringers
Solid Fiberglass Hull
Self-bailing

CONSTRUCTION
Hand laid solid fiberglass hull with two 2”x 6” x 16’ stringers and stainless steel bow eye • Hand-laid, solid fiberglass deck with full raised coamings and non-skid surface • Durable PVC guards and toe rails fastened every 6” with stainless steel screws • Self bailing all fiberglass liner with non-skid surface • Forward bulkhead with teak door • Upright and level two-part foam under the liner • Side-mount fiberglass console w/teak door • Custom seating/storage forward.

EQUIPMENT, SYSTEMS, HARDWARE, OTHER
Yamaha 90 outboard • Single fuel tank under the floor (assessable via hatch) • Compass • Bow lights and 360 pole stern light • Mooring Cleat • Bow chocks • Stern cleats • Flag/Pole • Spray dodger • White Hull, red boot, blue bottom

OWNER NOTES…
New fuel tank installed in 2004, custom built by Flowers Boat Works in South Bristol ME. Capacity 33-gallons (location of the fuel intake requires roughly 10 gallons at all times to avoid stalling underway) • Fuel measured using old-school stick method due to inoperable fuel gauge • Average burn rate at 2300 RPMs is 3.1 miles / gallon if running conservatively on a plane • Fill port for the tank is below the hatch in the rear deck • Boat has a Racor filter unit with a sight glass-filter unit likely due for replacement • Installed a blower for added safety • Rubber plugs are included for the scupper • We always removed when at anchor, but installed when boarding to prevent any water from entering if too many persons were in the stern • Owner always added “Yammalube” at every Fueling • A digital compass, cushions, battery, and the dodger are included • Service manual for the motor is well-maintained • Numerous services have been done over the years including impeller replacement, zinc replacements, and new seals on the tilt trim motor. All that work was done by Boothbay Mechanics.

Location: Ellis Boat Company, S.W. Harbor, Maine

Specifications may vary. Information believed to be correct, but not guaranteed.  Listings are subject to prior sale, price changes or withdrawal.