Dufour 36 Classic with deep lead keel. This is a fantastic cruising yacht with comfortable accommodation, quick and responsive to sail and setup so she is easy to handle short handed both under power and sail.
Built in 2003, used as the Dufour show boat 2003/4 and commissioned in 2004. She has never been chartered or raced and she is in excellent condition.
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Hand laid hull in GRP with PVC foam cored topsides, vacuum bagged.
Deep lead keel.
Wheel steering, leather covered.
NPG gelcoat over NPG impregnated resin.
Deck in balsa cored sandwich.
Floors laminated to hull.
Teak laid side decks, cockpit seats and sole.
Semi-elliptic rudder on self-aligning bearings.
Stemhead fitting with anchor roller.
Substantial chain locker.
Pulpit with navigation lights.
Pushpit with stern light, outboard and lifebuoy brackets.
Aluminium toe rail with 6 fairleads and multiple stanchion bases.
S/S stanchions and guard rails with port, starboard and stern gateways.
6 Aluminium mooring cleats.
Chainplates for cap and lower shrouds.
Lewmar mainsheet track on cabin top with control lines led aft to cockpit.
Plexiglass sliding hatch and washboards with double action lock (2017).
4 deck hatches.
2 Lewmar 30 AST winches for halyards, mainsheet and traveller controls on cabin roof (under sprayhood).
7 Halyard clutches adjacent to halyard winches.
Deck organisers for halyard returns.
2 Lewmar 40 AST genoa sheet winches.
2 turning blocks with jammers for genoa sheets.
Turning block and jammer for furling control line on toe rail operable from cockpit.
Whitlock steering pedestal with instrument holder, grab bar and folding removable cockpit table.
Teak hand rails on cabin roof.
Lewmar genoa tracks and cars.
2 Cockpit lockers with latches and padlocks.
Removable stern cockpit seat leading to transom and bathing platform.
Cockpit shower located in stern.
2 gas cylinders.
Space under aft cockpit seat for life raft.
Spars, Sails and Rig
Deck stepped double spreader anodised mast with radar reflector.
Aluminium mast heel with turning blocks.
Aluminium Kemp boom with single line reefing for first and second reef points (2012 - dismantled and reefing mechanism serviced 2017).
Twin track roller furling equipment on forestay. All halyards and controls led back to cockpit: Genoa sheets, + 1 spare set. Main halyard Genoa halyard Reefing lines Outhaul Control lines for M/S traveler Kicking strap Main sheet Roller furling control line Burgee hoist to lower starboard spreader.
Tricolour nav light, mooring and steaming lights on mast.
Anemometer, VHF antenna, and windex at masthead.
3 cleats on mast. Sails:
UK sails furling genoa (2004) (new UV strip 2012, serviced and new foot tape 2017).
UK sails main sail (2004) regularly serviced, converted to loose foot (2017).
3 reef points in main sail.
3 Cabin layout with large forward master cabin, saloon with linear galley on starboard side, large aft cabin, aft heads, companion way to cockpit and access to engine from saloon and aft cabin.
Extensive high quality joinery in African Khaya mahogany throughout, trimmed with solid moldings.
Cabin soles in teak and holly striped laminate.
Corian work surfaces. Fore-cabin:
Double berth to port, integral chair to starboard. Forward storage locker, storage and hanging locker to starboard. (These are all large volumes as is the storage bin below the berth.) Ample storage shelves on hull sides and above lockers. Teak and holly ply facing to hull sides. Mahogany mast support.
Access below sole to log and depth sensors. Saloon:
Comprises a linear galley along the starboard side with double aluminium sink, fridge and ample storage lockers for pantry and crockery above.
Between the sink and fridge is an Eno double burner gas stove with grill and oven. Along the port side is a u-shaped sofa around a table that converts to a double berth. There are storage shelves above and the hull sides are faced with mahogany and holly ply.
The navigation area is located at the aft port side with seat and substantial chart table for half size admiralty charts. Storage pocket below chart table.
There are stowage lockers to starboard and storage areas behind and beneath the sofas.
Wine storage area in the table support.
Pressurised hot cold water mixer tap to sink.
Fresh/sea water tap to sink, diverter valve below sink along with stop cocks (serviced 2017)
Smoke detectors fore and aft.
Calorifier below nav seat. Heads:
Accessed from the starboard rear of the saloon.
Sink with storage above and below.
Pressurised hot/cold water with mixer tap/shower attachment.
Shower drain pump.
Jabsco toilet fitting (2012 – pump seals 2017).
Holding tank diverter valve .
Stop cocks below sink for heads and sink (serviced 2017).
60 litre black water holding tank in rear starboard cockpit locker, pump out from locker.
Opening port light. Aft cabin:
Accessed from starboard rear of saloon.
Large double berth.
Access to engine batteries and stern fittings.
Shelving on hull side and above engine cover.
Teak and holly ply faced hull sides above shelving.
Opening port light.
Isolators for both battery banks.
Volvo MD2030 29hp freshwater cooled diesel engine.
Volvo 2 bladed folding propeller (2017).
Engine and leg professionally serviced, hull diaphragm replaced (2017).
70 amp alternator.
50 Ah dedicated engine start battery.
2 of 75 Ah household batteries (2015).
Cristec battery charger.
Auto 120W inverter.
Shore power to: battery charger, calorifier and twin 220v sockets with USB chargers in Nav area.
Shore power socket in stern.
Shore power cable.
Household extension cable.
2x 50W solar panel with electrical fittings for a second which is presently stored in forward cabin locker - Battery feed from MPPT solar charge controller with second auxiliary power output (e.g could be used to drive Navtex switching off automatically if battery runs low).
Solar charge monitor at Nav station.
Merlin Smartgauge battery status monitor at Nav station.
2 of Metermaid electricity meters.
NASA BM-1 battery charge counting battery monitor fitted at Nav station, not yet wired in.
12V power supply at Nav station.
2x water tanks - one 160 litres and one 170 litre, polyurethane water tanks with individual isolating valves (under heads sink).
Water deck fillers fore and aft.
Fuel filler aft.
One 160 litre polyurethane fuel tank in starboard cockpit locker with isolation valve at rear.
One 66 litre black water waste tank in starboard cockpit locker, accessible for cleaning, Whale sanitation pump.
Lee-San activated carbon filter sanitation microvent (no smells!).
Plastimo Olympic steering compass.
Raymarine C70 chartplotter.
Raystar 120 GPS.
Autopilot display head and controls.
Raymarine ST 60 wind pilot display.
Raymarine ST 60 Graphic display on cockpit bulkhead. Nav Station:
Furuno GPS/WASS navigator dedicated to GMDSS radio (below).
Raymarine ST60 Tridata display.
Standard Horizon MatrixGX2100 GMDSS VHF with AIS. AIS displays on C70.
Spare ICOM IC-M401 fixed VHF (not mounted).
Nasa Navtex (2016).
Digital weather station/clock on main bulkhead.
Clarion Stereo Radio/ CD player with twin remote speakers.
Hand bearing compass.
Various plotting instruments and local charts.
Raymarine ST5000 Plus Sail Pilot with control at helm.
Various winch handles
Switch panels at nav station for 12 and 240 volt electrics.
Water used, voltage and fuel gauges.
Sprayhood with mount for solar panel (2017).
Original sprayhood as spare/winter cover.
Frameless cockpit tent (2012).
Stack pack with lazy jacks (2017).
Original sail cover as spare.
Wheel cover.Binnacle cover.
Complement of warps and fenders.
Dock side fenders.
Avon rollaway dinghy.
Rig tension gauge.
Hull scrubbing brushes.
Complement of Dufour crockery.
Various galley utensils.
2 of Metermaid electricity meters. Ground tackle:
15kg self stowing anchor.
25m chain plus 40m warp.
Lofrans, Cayman 88, 1000W electric windlass in chain locker with deck controls.
VHF Radios as described
Various fire extinguishers
2 Smoke alarms
2 Life buoys
SEAGO 4 person liferaft (2017)
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
MoB recovery system
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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