Mark Cameron Yachts

Mystic 60


Peformance version this majestic design



Lying: Corfu, Greece

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelMystic 60
DesignerGerman Frers
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
LyingCorfu, Greece


Hull ConstructionGRP
Keel TypeFin Keel


EnginePerkins 6.3544M marine diesel engine 130hp 6 cylinders, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled Borg Warner Velvet Drive hydraulic reversing marine gearbox
Fuel Capacity900l


Drinking Water Capacity800l


The Mystic 60 was the result of 5 years of planning by Alan Morgan, the desire being to create an ocean cruising yacht that would appeal to those looking for something with more spirited performance than the standard cruiser designs. The design criteria in the brief to German Frers was ‘above all. She had to be a classic “proper” yacht designed for cruising an with a sea kindly hull. At the same time she was to be fast on all points of sail, with a rig that could be easily handled by just a two-man crew’. Launched in 1987 the design proved to be an immediate success with 6 boats built in the first 3 years.

ELYSIA is Mystic 60 hull number 7. Commissioned by the highly successful One Ton sailer Tony Vernon she differs from her sisterships with an added focus on performance. The Frers office redesigned the keel and rig, adding additional structure to create a ‘performance’ version of the already quick design. ELYISA boasts a deeper bulb keel and a taller rig to improve performance with a high-performance laminate hull to reduce the weight. Having circumnavigated the world twice and venturing as far north as St Petersberg she has proven to be a highly capable ocean cruiser with her electric winch system making the sail handling easy for the smallest of crews. Extensively re-fitting in 2013/14 by the current owners her inventory highlights include:

Built American Bureau of Shipping 1-A Plus
Approved stability book
Topsides repainted in AwlGrip two-pack paint 2013/14
Teak deck fully replaced in quarter sawn, 12mm Burma teak 2013/14
Underwater hull epoxy coated 2013/14
Perkins 6.3544M marine diesel engine
4-blade, bronze, Max Prop feathering propellor
Kohler 9EFOZ marine generator
Side Power Bow thruster
Dual battery chargers
B&G autopilot system
B&G navigation instrumentation
Garmin UHD2 stand-alone chart plotter
Raymarine radar and chart plotter with display in cockpit and at chart table
Dual VHF radios
Reverse cycle airconditioning/heating system
Force 10 galley range
Gruinart fridge and freezer system
Stainless steel rod rigging, fully replaced in 2014
Reckmann manual roller reefing systems
Andersen electric winches for sheets and halyards
Lewmar electric windlass (2014)
Simpson Lawrecne stainless steel davits
Inflatable dinghy, hard transom (2024)
Original sales brochure, featuring ELYISA is available by request

Lying in Corfu the magnificent Mystic 60 ELYISA OF GLASGOW is available for viewing strictly by prior appointment.

We purchased the Mystic 60 ELYSIA in 2013, immediately commissioning an extensive re-fit at the Manoel Island Boatyard in Malta. Our 10 seasons of ownership have been thoroughly enjoyable. The boat is a joy to sail with the rig beautifully balanced and the helm finger-tip light she is an easy boat to make ocean passages aboard. The Petter Yarn designed interior has taken our appreciation of ergonomics to a new level, every detail of the design has been carefully considered to make life afloat easier. It's with a heavy heart we are now offering this magnificent yacht for sale.

Removal and replacement of teak decks using new quarter sawn, 12mm thick, Burma teak, fully swept deck with wider margin board in traditional style with no shown butt joints, fully bonded
Topsides re-painted in Awlgrip custom mixed blue two-pack paint
Rod rigging replaced in full
All fuel and water tanks drained and cleaned fully
Extensive renovation and replacement of plumbing
Replacement of all FW pumps to single type with spare aboard
Extensive re-wiring of 24VDC and 230VAC electrical systems
New Lewmar electric windlass installed
Underwater hull blasted to remove antifouling
3 coats of International Gelshield epoxy applied to the underwater hull


Hull Construction:
Built in Taiwan by Ta Shing for Alan Morgan Yachts (Mystic Yachts)
Built American Bureau of Shipping 1-A Plus
Approved stability book
Rolly Tasker Sails GRP moulded hull with integrated stub keel and rudder skeg
Sandwich construction
Hand-laid vinylester Kyntex laminate
Divinycell closed cell foam core material
Vinylester laminate formed internal structural members
Additional structure in way of keel pan to provide additional support for the larger keel
Bulkheads laminated to hull with Vinylester laminate overlays, hand consolidated
Laminate teak sheer strake
Underwater hull epoxy coated in 2013/14 refit
Topsides finish in AwlGrip custom mixed blue two-pack paint (2014)

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
GRP moulded deck incorporating coachroof superstructure and self-draining cockpit
Sandwich construction
Hand-laid vinylester laminate
Divinycell closed cell foam core material
Deck moulding finished in Awlgrip two-pack paint
12mm thick, swept planking, Burma teak deck laid in 2014
Burma teak toe rail and capping rails
Stainless steel framed portholes and portlights
Stainless steel cowls for deck ventilator dorade boxes
Keel & Rudder:
Performance version of keel, deeper fin profile with bulb
GRP moulded stub keel
Lead Antimony ballast keel bolted to stub keel
Stainless steel keel bolts
Skeg mounted, GRP moulded, fully balanced rudder
Stainless steel rudder stock


Engine & gearbox:
Perkins 6.3544M marine diesel engine
6 cylinders, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled
Borg Warner Velvet Drive hydraulic reversing marine gearbox
Single lever morse control on the pedestal
Cooling water is provided via sea chest

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine last serviced spring 2024
Engine overhauled in 2011/12
Rebuild works included : head removed, de-coked, new valves and head rebuilt.
Approximately 2,500 hours running since the rebuild
Total running hours approximately 11,000 hours

Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel propellor shaft
4-blade, bronze, Max Prop feathering propellor
Cable drive steering system – spare set of custom-made steering cables stowed aboard
Stainless steel wheel with leather trim
Wooden emergency tiller

Bow Thurster:
Sidepower Thurster
Tunnel mounted
Joy stick type controller on the pedestal

B&G Hydra Autopilot system
Hydraulic drive pump

Kohler 9EFOZ marine generator
9kVA, 50Hz
Yanmar, 3 cylinder, naturally aspirated diesel engine
Remote control and monitoring panel


Voltage systems:
12VDC onboard power system – Provide via dropper for instruments only
24VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system

Shore Power System:
2x Extension lead to connect to shore supply
Adaptors for different supply sockets
Single 32 amp connection point
Hardwired RCD-protected system
230VAC sockets, battery charger, immersion heater

Battery Banks:
Engine Battery – 2x 12VDC, 130Ah, AGM batteries – supplying 24VDC
Domestic Battery – 4x 12VDC, 230Ah, AGM batteries – supplying 24VDC
Genset Battery – 1x 12VDC, 80Ah battery

Battery Monitor:
Mobitronic battery monitor displays for each battery bank

Victron Centaur battery charger
230VAC – 24VDC 60amps

Inverter / Charger:
Heart combi inverter/charger
230VAC – 12VDC, 50amp charger
12VDC – 230VAC inverter, 2000w

Single engine driven 24VDC alternator

Other Electrical:
12VDC charging socket at the nav station


Fresh Water:
Pressuried hot and cold water systems
Filters for pressurised system
Mixer tap in galley
Manually pumped fresh water tap in galley
Mixer tap and dedicated shower and bath taps in master cabin en-suites
Mixer taps extending for use as shower heads in both forward heads
Hot water provide from calorifier heated by engine cooling water or immersion heater

Salt Water:
Manually pumped salt water tap at galley sink

Black Water:
Heads can discharge directly overboard or to holding tanks
Two forward heads connected to the forward holding tank
Aft heads connected to aft holding tank
Holding tanks discharging overboard with macerator pump

Grey Water:
Shower/bath drains all plumbed to holding tank
Forward tank for both forward heads
Aft tank for aft heads
Tanks discharging overboard with macerator pump

Bilge Pumps:
Manual Bilge Pump x2
Electric Bilge Pump – x2, auto and manual switching
Bilge pump operation alarm
Portable electric pump
Petrol salvage pump

Deck Wash:
Pressurised salt water wash system
Located forward for washing anchor chain and mooring gear
Fresh water deck wash located forward


Four tanks in total
Stainless steel tank construction
Approximate total capacity 900ltrs
Fuel distribution manifold

Fresh Water:
Four tanks in total
Stainless steel tank construction
Approximate total capacity 800ltrs
Water distribution manifold

Black Water Tanks:
Two independent tanks
Stainless steel tank construction
Not used in current ownership

Grey Water Tanks:
Two independent tanks
GRP tank construction

Tank Monitoring:
Tank level indicators for water and fuel tanks


On Deck:
Depth/Speed/Log – 3 independent B&G Hydra displays
Wind – B&G analogue displays for direction and wind speed
Plotter – Garmin UHD2
Plotter/Radar – Raymarine RL80C Pathfinder series display with 2kw radome scanner mounted on mast

At Chart Table:
Depth/Speed/Log/Wind – B&G Hydra 2000 displays x2
Plotter / Radar – Raymarine RL70C x2
GPS – Cetrek GPS display

Port Forward Cabin:
Repeater – B&G Hydra repeater

Communications Equipment:
VHF – Icom M45EURO
VHF – Raymarine black box system with commandmic at chart table and in cockpit
SSB – Furuno FS1550 receiver – not used in current ownership


Stove – Force 10, 4-burner with oven gas cooker, gimbal mounted
Microwave – Whirlpool Max Microwave 230VAC
Fridge – Built-in, top-loading, Gruinart, sea water-cooled system. Fully insulated
Freezer – Built-in, top-loading, Gruinart, sea water-cooled system. Fully insulated
High-quality crockery, cutlery, pots, pans and galley utensils.
Toilets – Electric flush marine toilets in all three heads
Wash hand basins x3
Mixer taps x3
Shower fittings x3

Heating & Ventilation:
Air conditioning system with reverse cycle to provide heat
Outlets in all cabins, saloon and galley
Mosquito net covers for all deck hatches
Insect screens for all portholes
Mosquito net to cover cockpit

Overhead lighting throughout interior
Engine room lighting
Reading lights in way of all bunks
Low-level courtesy lighting

Radio/CD head unit with speakers in saloon and cockpit
TV in master cabin, connectivity for auxiliary inputs
TV and DVD player in saloon


Summary of Accommodation:
Double cabin forward with jack’n’jill en-suite heads access
Symmetrical twin/triple cabins forward with en-suite heads
Full-width saloon with saloon table and coffee table
Nav Station
Linear galley
Master aft cabin with ensuite heads, including bath
Single-level sole throughout interior with 1.85+ headroom

Accommodation Finish:
Teak joinery work finished in a satin varnish
Bulkheads finished in an off-white paint with varnished teak trims
Hull sides lined in T&G style wood panels, finished in an off-white
Corian worktops in galley
Corian countertop in master cabin en-suite
Brushed stainless steel splashbacks in galley
Vinyl covered panels to finish headlining
Traditional style hardwood soleboards, teak veneer on plywood panels, all lifting to provide access to bilge space beneath
Upholstery throughout covered with denim blue suede Alcantara
Leather effect fitted covers for all seating
Leather effect covers for tables in the saloon
Teak sole gratings in heads compartments
Sprung mattresses for all cabins with zip covers
Curtains for all portlights and port holes
Roller blinds fitted for all deck hatches
Lee cloths fitted to all fixed berths
Lightweight duvets, pillows and bed linen for all cabins
Selection of general linen
Monogrammed hand, bath and beach towels

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Cabin accessed from port cabin and heads
Double V-berth forward
Shelf overhead, outboard, above aft end of bunks
Countertop aft of bunks to port, space beneath for washing machine to be installed if required (plumbing still in place), lockers above countertop outboard
Hanging locker aft of bunk to starboard
Access beneath bunk to bow thruster

Port Midships Cabin:
Accessed from port side of saloon forward
Single berth outboard longitudinally
Lower bunk can convert to an occasional double
Fold down single berth above.
Three, front access lockers beneath lower bunk
Countertop unit inboard centrally with drawers beneath
Hanging locker forward of countertop
En-suite access to heads forward
Walk through heads to access the forward cabin

Port Forward En-suite Heads:
Accessed from the forward end of the port cabin, providing a walk-thru to the forward cabin
Heads provides en-suite facilities for both port forward and forward cabin
Marine toilet mounted outboard aft
Corner countertop unit forward with inset stainless steel wash hand basin
Mixer tap extending out for use as shower head
Vanity lockers with mirror doors outboard above countertop

Starboard Midships Cabin:
Accessed from starboard side of saloon forward
Single berth outboard longitudinally
Three, front access lockers beneath lower bunk
Lower bunk can convert to an occasional double
Fold down single berth above.
Countertop unit inboard centrally with drawers beneath
Hanging locker forward of countertop
En-suite access to heads forward
Starboard En-suite Heads:
Accessed from forward end of starboard cabin
Marine toilet mounted outboard aft
Corner countertop unit forward with inset stainless steel wash hand basin
Mixer tap extending out for use as shower head
Vanity lockers with mirror doors outboard above countertop

Full-width saloon occupying the space between the forward bulkhead and the companionway aft
U-shaped saloon settee to port wrapping around the saloon table
Fixed saloon table with bottle storage in the central section, accessed from top of table
Two swivelling armchairs inboard
Selection of storage lockers outboard of settee forward and aft
U-shaped lounging style settee to starboard wrapping around a coffee table
Fixed teak coffee table inboard of settee
Two teak barrel-style stools for use at table
Storage lockers outboard of settee forward and aft

Nav Station:
To starboard side, aft of companionway
Aft facing navigators seat
Chart table extending aft, table top lifting to provide chart storage
Instruments mounted in cluster wrapping around chart table with plotter/radar displays outboard of navigators seating
Storage beneath navigators seat and drawers below table forward.
Ships switch panel inboard of chart table

To port side aft of the saloon
Linear galley running aft and providing walk-thru to master cabin
Worktops inboard and outboard.
Double stainless steel sinks inset to inboard worktop centrally
Stainless steel splashbacks running the length of worktop
Selection of drawers and lockers beneath inboard worktop
Worktop forward, outboard with in-built, toploading fridge and freezer beneath, front access to fridge below worktop
Gimbal-mounted gas cooker aft
Section of worktop aft of cooker with microwave built in above worktop level, outboard
Storage drawers beneath aft section of worktop
Selection of crockery storage outboard of worktop with lockers above.

Master Cabin:
Located aft, accessed through galley to port side
Island-style double bunk aft
Standing room forward of bunk
Countertops outboard of bunk to port and starboard
Curved single-seat outboard of bunk, forward, to port and starboard
Bookshelves outboard of settee backs with lockers aft
Countertop unit forward of settee to port with drawers beneath and locker outboard
Dresser unit forward of seating to starboard with dedicated, swing-out stool
Access to en-suite heads forward to starboard

Master Cabin En-suite Heads:
Thwart ships heads compartment located to starboard side
Inboard facing toilet located outboard, aft, concealed within moulded seating unit
Countertop forward with Corian moulded wash hand basin and mixer tap
Storage lockers and drawer beneath the countertop
Shower stall at the inboard end of the compartment
Shower tray doubling as a bath if desired, teak plinth surrounding tray with dedicated shower fitting and mixer tap.

Located aft of the navigation station on starboard side.
Workbench outboard with vice
Storage shelves outboard of work bench with storage rack beneath using storage boxes.
Access to engine space inboard.
Engine space can also be accessed by door at forward end in way of companionway with removable panels in galley providing additional access to the port side of the engine


Performance version of rig, approximately 2m taller than standard
Keel stepped, triple spreader, cutter rig.
Alloy mast and spars manufactured by Antal
Spars finished in AwlGrip custom mixed blue, two-pack paint (2014)
Stainless steel rod rigging, fully replaced in 2014
Reckmann roller reefing system on forestay, removed, stripped and overhauled in 2018
Reckmann roller reefing system on the inner forestay, fitted new in 2003
Harken main sail track and car system for slab reefing mainsail
Hydraulic, stainless steel vang, stripped and overhauled with new seals in 2014
Hydraulic backstay tensioner with Navtec remote control panel located in cockpit
Backstay insulators fitted with backstay in use as SSB antenna
Spinnaker pole, stowing on mast track
Running backstays, in spectra, tensioned on cockpit winch
Harken mainsheet track and car system
Harken stainless steel turning blocks for sheets

Primary Winches – 2x Andersen 68, electric, two-speed, self-tailing
Secondary Winches – 2x Andersen 58, two-speed, self-tailing
Mainsheet Winches – 2x Andersen 52, two-speed, self-tailing
Runner Winches - 2x Andersen 52, two-speed, self-tailing
Mast Foot Halyard Winches – 2x Andersen 52, electric, two-speed, self-tailing,
2x Andersen 58, two-speed, self-tailing

Mainsail – Ocean-quality dacron with leather protection in areas of high wear. Fully battened, Harken mast car system. Rolly Tasker Sails
Yankee – Ocean-quality dacron with leather protection in areas of high wear. Roller reefing with white UV strip. Rolly Tasker Sails
Staysail – Ocean-quality dacron with leather protection in areas of high wear. Roller reefing with white UV strip. Rolly Tasker Sails
Cruising Chute – Fitted with snuffer, lightly used

Canvas Work:
Sprayhood – Blue material with windows forward
Bimini – Blue material
Pedestal Cover
Sun Shade – Netting type screen for cockpit
Cockpit Cushions – Fitted set of cushions with backrests in cream material with terry towelling covers
Sun Bathing Cushions – Set of three cushions for use on aft or foredecks
Cockpit Table Cover
Liferaft cover

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – Bruce 120lbs anchor on 12mm chain, 100m long rode
Kedge Anchor – CQR 75lbs anchor on chain/warp rode
Spare Anchor – Lightweight folding type anchor
Anchor Windlass – Lewmar electric windlass with chain gypsy and warping drum
Fenders – Selection, all fitted with socks
Mooring Lines – Selection
Passarelle – Stainless steel folding passarelle with teak grating, mounted on transom.
Anchor Ball day signal
Motoring Triangle day signal

Davits – Simpson Lawrence stainless steel davits
Dinghy – Inflatable dinghy, hard transom (2024)
Outboard – Suzuki 6hp, 4-stroke outboard

Double stainless steel bow roller
Stainless steel pulpit rail with walk-thru boarding step for bow too mooring
Deck-mounted stainless steel stanchions supporting double-tier guardwires
Guardwire gates to port and starboard sides
Stainless steel mooring cleats forward, midships and aft, 8 in total
Anchor lockers forward and aft of windlass, with deck hatches to access
Dorade ventilator to port and starboard of coachroof forward with stainless steel protective hoops and cowls.
Liferaft secured in cradle centrally forward of mast
Stainless steel granny bars fitting to port and starboard sides of mast
Halyard and reefing winches mounted outboard of mast aft to port and starboard
Teak grab rails mounted on coachroof sides
Ventilators to port and starboard sides, aft of mast
Moulded coaming wrapping around the cockpit with teak top
Primary and secondary winches mounted outboard of the coaming
Bench seating to port and starboard sides of the cockpit
GRP helm pedestal housing engine dash panel and plotter/radar display
Varnished, teak cockpit table, folding leaves to port and starboard, central bottle storage and glass rack
Coachroof extending aft of cockpit with mainsheet track and winches mounted on coachroof
Stainless steel folding swimming ladder, deploying on port side at guardwire gate
Lazzarette locker beneath aft deck
Swept stainless steel radar arch bridging transom as part of custom-built pushpit railing, including ‘G&T’ seating to port and starboard
Outboard storage bracket to port


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Life saving:
Liferaft #1 – 8 Person cannisterStowing on stainless steel deck cradle forward of mast with hydrostatic release. Requires service
Liferaft #2 – 6 Person valise. Requires service
Horseshoe lifebuoy x2
JonBouy inflatable danbuoy module
Smoke alarm system
Gas alarm system with integrated shut-off solenoid
Engine space fire extinguisher system with operation alarm. Manual or auto-deployment

In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice

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