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Dufour 500 Grand Large
Remarks :
Standard version, three cabins and three heads
Standard version £194,289 ex VAT

Finance available and part exchange considered! 

Many optional extras available to accommodate your chosen spec, contact our sales office for a full price list!

01752 605 377 

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Accommodation :

Interior Finishes:
Woodwork: Real wood veneer in Moabi, solid Moabi (Oak optional)
Floors in Moabi laminate
Doors fitted with twin-bolt anti-vibration locks, cabin doors can be blocked in the open position
Mattresses are in quilted, anallergic fabric
Saloon cushions and cabin mattresses fitted with removable covers
Head-liner lined with wood.

Layout Options:
Three cabins, three heads and an additional shower room (standard version)
Four cabins, three heads and an additional shower room

Glazing and Lighting:
Hull portlights x eight
Coachroof ports x five fixed
Coachroof ports x three opening with curtains
Deck hatches x nine
Indirect lighting under ceiling
Numerous spots and reading lights
Courtesy light, low-level lighting around saloon furniture

Forward Cabin:
Double berth is 200 × 160 cm approx
Mattress is 10 cm thick foam mattress with washable cover
Below berth
Cubby-hole along side of hull
Two x hanging lockers with shelves
Below berth
Two x  tidy pockets
Water tank below berth
Access to navigation instrument transducers 

Forward Heads:
Manual sea toilet + basin with single-lever mixer tap
Wash-basin has a polyester bowl with Corian synthetic resin top
Hot and cold water, chrome-plated brass single-lever mixer tap and shower head
Discharge is direct, via an electric pump
Large mirror
Grating in Corian synthetic resin (std) or teak (option)
Ventilation via deck panel or opening port
Storage unit
Separate shower and toilet

Lateral configuration
Corian Synthetic resin worktop with solid wooden fiddles
Stainless, twin bowl sink in stbd module
Hot and cold pumped water with brushed stainless single lever mixer tap
Three burner gas cooker with oven and grill, on gimbles, with stainless hand rail in the port module
Dowels to retain crockery when at sea
12 V refrigerator storage bin. Seperation bulkhead port module
Front access to refrigerator. Via the worktop for coolbox
Five x cubby holes to port and four x cubby holes to stbd and under floor stowage
220 V microwave oven in stbd hull cubby hole
Sea water pump built in under the floor to stbd
Waste bin with sort compartments, to stbd 

Saloon banquette is U-shaped on the port side
Central banquette slides, with movable back
Three-function saloon table
Stowage under seats and behind backrests
Galley return on stbd side
Four cubby-holes with doors and bookshelf to port and three to stbd
Removable fiddles
Hatches to under-floor stowage
Mast foot is stainless 

Chart Table:
One seat with cushions, it can be angled according to heel.
Chart table can be angled according to heel
Ceiling light
Reading light
Storage column below the chart table with a door
Pivoting console that holds the instruments and electrical distribution panel

Aft Heads:
Manual sea toilet
Wash-basin unit with basin in Corian®C synthetic resin
Hot and cold water, chrome-plated brass single-lever mixer tap and shower head
Discharge is direct, via an electric pump
Cupboards, one high-level and two-door storage unit with mirror
Large mirror
Grating is Corian synthetic resin (std) or teak (option)
Ventilation via deck panel or opening port
Head to port and stbd. Separate shower to port

Aft Cabins:
Double berths are 200 × 165 cm approx
Mattresses are 10 cm thick foam mattress with washable cover
Fuel tank under port and stbd berths
Water tank
Stowage, hanging locker with shelves Cubby-holes along side of hull
Double bulkhead provides acoustic and thermal insulation from adjoining engine compartment
Technical area between aft berths.

Inventory :

Teak laid cockpit bench seats
Teak laid helmsman’s seat
One large side locker to stbd with strut-assisted closing and fixing for padlock
Wheel diameter 900 mm
Helm console made of polyester
Engine controls at starboard helm position
Compasses x two on columns
Instrumentation on both port and stbd helm positions
Gas locker under port helmsman’s seat
Stern door opens in centre by swinging up
BIB locker under floor, stbd helm position
Tender locker under floor, port helm position
Handrail in stainless, on cockpit table
Shower in aft central section
Shore supply at stbd helm position
Foldaway bathing ladder in stainless steel
Non-slip polyester floor
Emergency tiller with a stainless tiller with deck plate for access

Deck Fittings: 
Shroud chainplates on hull sides
Safety harness chainplates in cockpit floor
Backstay chainplates x two
Midships mooring cleats x two in aluminium
Mooring cleat x four in aluminium.
Rubbing strips x sixin stainless, on hull sheerline
Fuel deck fillers x two
Water deck fillers x three
Mainsheet tracks on coachroof with adjusting car
Genoa tracks x two, genoa sheet tracks, plunger-adjustable low-lead cars
Through-deck fitting is a stainless swan-neck for electrical and electronic cables
Deck organizers x two,
Four x deck organizers for halyard, sheet, and reef line returns
Halyard winches x two on coachroof
Sheet winches x two at helm positions
Jamcleats x two port/starboard level with the companionway
Furler line jamcleats x one at aft end of sidedeck
Sliding companionway hatch in Plexiglass

Two x winch handles with bin
Owner’s pack with Owner’s Manual

Mechanical :

Hand-laminated hull in polyester/glassfibre; sides made from vacuum-bonded PVC foam core sandwich
Hull decals grey
NPG gelcoat with first mat impregnated with NPG resin forming an optimum barrier against osmosis
Hull bottom counter-moulded, floors laminated into the hull
Deck is sandwich with injected PVC foam core
Keel bolts bear on stainless back-plates
Rudder is a semi-elliptical shape, filled with closed-cell epoxy foam
Solid stainless steel rudder stock 
Non-slip structured deck surface
Solid wood, teak handrails on coachroof
Fixed toe rails in solid teak
Anchor locker is self-draining with built-in windlass support and anchor chain eyebolt, lockable hatch cover
Single retractable anchor roller
Bow pulpits in stainless, opening for easy access and for spinnaker handling
Stern pulpits have a jackstaff bracket, navigation light, and opening life-lines with hook
Stanchions with 2 rows of life-lines
Solid wooden toe-rail

Engine power 75 hp Volvo Penta D2-75
Sail-drive transmission
Cooling system has a heat exchanger, anti-siphon valve
Sea-water strainer
Fuel tank with gauge on electrical distribution panel
Fuel filter
Emergency fuel shut-off valve
Engine control panel with hours meter, engine stop, and tachometer
Alternator with battery isolator
Ventilation with 2 natural inlets and electric mechanical extract
Separate engine bilge
Access to the engine from front and both sides
Propeller is a three-blade, fixed (std)
Carefully-designed foam acoustic and thermal insulation

Circuit:12 V
Distribution panel with 18 functions with circuit-breakers, voltmeter
12 V socket on electrical distribution panel
Isolator, 1 per set of batteries in the stbd companionway block 

Water System:
Two x polyethylene water tanks with inspection holes and electric gauges
Electric bilge pump with strainer, controlled from the electrical distribution panel
Manual bilge pump operated from the cockpit
Bilge sump built into the keel, with access to the strainer
Hot water via the heat exchanger
Pressurized hot water pump unit
Shower waste pumped automatically to the sea 

Anodized aluminium mast with two levels of swept spreaders
9/10 fractional rig
Deck stepped mast
Anchor and steaming lights
Boom topping lift cleats
Anodized aluminium boom, fitted with 2 continuous reefers
Genoa roller furler
Continuous in stainless steel, single-strand cable, standing rigging, with chrome-plated bronze rigging screws. Forestay and backstay bridle with twin rigging screws, inter and lower shrouds
Double backstay
Running rigging in pre-stretched textile including: main and genoa halyards, boom topping lift, main and genoa sheets, 2 continuous reef lines, leech tensioner, 2 mainsheet car adjustments, furling line, downhaul tackle.
Mainsail has two wide reef strips, with battens and bag
Furling genoa with UV-protection 

I : 17.25 m
J : 5.59 m
P : 16.20 m
E : 5.60 m
LP : 6 m

Sail area : 100.8 m²
Mainsail : 52.8 m²
Genoa : 48 m²


Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Dufour 500 Grand Large
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:2016
Sales status:available
LOA:14.94 m/49 ft
Length:14.94 m/49 ft
Width:4.57 m/15 ft
Category:fin keel
Engine manufacturer:volvo penta d2-75
No. of engines:1
Material hull:grp
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