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Elite Mark II
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Review Date: Fri April 14, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 


Elite Mark II is manufactured by Kirie of France. The boat is also known as a "Feeling 920". Kirie is no longer building boats for the US market. The Mark II is a 32', two cabin, cruising boat. It is great for a family, and it has very nice lines, similar to Beneteau and Jeanneau, other French boats. The interior woodwork is elm and beautiful. Interior layout is functional with nav station to port and galley to starboard. The berths are reasonably comforable. Head is aft and to starboard off of galley. Boat has a cooler, but no refrigerator, which would be useful. On deck, everything is controlled from the cockpit, except reefing which must be done from top near mast. Cockpit is comfortable for four. Instuments include Datamarine depth, wind and speed instuments. Only other gauge is fuel. Oil pressure, water temp, tachometer are not provided, and would be a good addition. Boat has very shallow bilge, which is OK. I have a 5'7" draft, which causes one to be careful in the Chesapeake. It sails very nice in 12-15 knot winds, above 15 a reef is warranted. I would recommend the boat highly.
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