A very nicely kept fresh water sailboat. Has many cruising and racing goodies. Newer Black algrip paint job, Used only once this year.
Kirie commissioned Philippe Harle's design team to make a complete computerized study for the Elite 364. A computer assisted design enables the best ratios of strength to lightness, safety to performance. In this way Kirie is able to offer everything and more on the Elite 364. The standard winches include Lewmar self-tailing primaries, making sail handling and trimming a joy. The mainsheet traveler mounted on the cabintop over the main companionway hatch eases handling without cluttering the cockpit. The standard pedestal steering system, with a compass and single-lever engine controls, provides efficient and easy steering. The Elite 364 has a deep cockpit with contoured, teak-slatted seats and coamings. The standard teak cockpit grate and table are in keeping with the overall concept of traditional and modern design of the Elite 364. Her bow and stern pulpits with double lifelines and standard opening gates give a high degree of confidence in the boat's safety. Her transom, with a molded swim platform and a stainless steel swim ladder, add yet another convenient safety feature. The swim platform and ladder also make it easy to get back aboard, while unloading groceries or gear from the dinghy is no longer a balancing act. While the design of the Elite 364 is European, the boat has been especially devised for the North American sailor. She is built in the US using American technology and components, which make any repair or replacement easy by a local yard or marine supplier. The Elite 364 is hand built of the finest materials available, including modern isophthalic gelcoats on the hull and deck for lasting beauty and durability. A lead keel (elliptical design for deep draft) provides maximum stability under a wide variety of conditions. A strong reinforced deck-to-hull joint bolted together with adhesive bedding compounds prevents leaking. The gentle, bright tone of the elm wood used extensively throughout the interior offers a harmonious contrast with the teak and holly sole. Every shape in the boat is justified not only from an aesthetic point of view but from a functional one as well. The Elite 364's spacious interior layout offers comfortable accommodations for two couples or the whole family. The forward cabin with its double V-berth, hanging locker, drawers, shelves and ample dressing space affords privacy and comfort. The salon's seating arrangement around the drop-leaf table (enhanced with bottle storage and drawers) is roomy and affords comfort for the whole crew. The convertible berth on the port side provides additional sleeping accommodation when needed. The U-shaped galley with double stainless steel sinks, dish draining locker, stainless steel gimballed stove and oven, large icebox with 12-volt Adler Barbour refrigeration, and plenty of storage gives the cook all the amenities to feed a hungry crew. The navigation station with chart table, electrical panel, and circuit breakers also has ample chart storage and locker space. Aft of the nav seat is an additional 32-gallon icebox for food and beverage storage. The head and shower compartment with hand basin, toilet, shower, and wet gear locker (which drains directly to the bilge) is well-ventilated by an overhead vent and opening port. The master stateroom aft is spacious and comfortable with a large double berth, hanging locker, storage shelves, and ample changing room.
704 53rd Avenue
Holland, MI 49423