Elan is focusing on boats that offer comfort, quality, and safety- and still perform well.
With the Impression 434, the designer has drawn an atractive, purposeful boat that hints at a deck-saloon theme and wears it's cruiser label unashamedly. It's high freeboard may increase windage, but it also adds enormously to the interior volume and keeps the decks dry. The hull is uncompromisingly strong, has a seakindly motion, and is capable of carrying realistic payloads. The trendy twin wheel create redundancy in steering and great visibility from the windward helm and don't present an obstacle between steering and sheeting stations. Attached to the cockpit console is a folding table, strong handholds, a stowage cubby, a central navigation display, and a compass binnacle. The raised galley has a three-burner stove, deep double sinks, well-fiddled counter space, and ample stowage. The main saloon has a huge folding table, generous seating, and a forward-facing nav station.