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An immaculate 1998 example of this fast and comfortable Dufour 41 Classic cruiser. A very sea-worthy boat, with responsive helm and an elegant design, this Dufour 41 has been well maintained and has a spacious interior with a large comfortable saloon and three double berth cabins.
She is well kitted out, in excellent order and benefits from teak decks and cockpit. Tender davits also. - Lying Northern Ireland
This Dufour 41 Classic is a solidly built cruising boat that is capable blue water, fast, offshore passages. Indeed this Dufour 41 Classic has been sailed extensively in the Med and Europe.
A very sea-worthy boat, with responsive helm and an elegant design, this Dufour 41 has been well maintained and has a spacious interior with a large comfortable saloon and three double berth cabins.
She is well-kitted out, in excellent order and benefits from teak decks and cockpit. Tender davits also.
Length Overall: 12.5m / 41'0"
Length at Waterline: 9.96m / 32'7"
Beam: 3.96m / 13'1"
Max Draft: 1.98m / 6'6"
Displacement: 8,069 kg / 17,790 lb
Ballast: 2,549 kg / 5,620 lb
Airdraft: 18.5m / 60'8"
CE Design Category: A Ocean
Volvo Penta 50 hp MD22L-B 4-cylinder, direct-injected, freshwater-cooled marine diesel
Saildrive to MAX prop 3 bladed feathering propeller
Saildrive (120S) gaiter last replaced in 2014
Fuel: 185 l / 49 gal - stainless steel
Water: 370 l / 53 gal in 2 tanks (180 l + 190 l) - stainless steel
Holding tank: no; but there is space to retro fit if required
Large and spacious saloon with three double cabins and two heads.
Forward cabin with double berth, en-suite heads, seat, storage, under berth storage, hanging locker. Door
leading through to saloon with U shaped settee to starboard with fixed central bench seat. Dining table can
convert to provide a double berth. Plenty of good storage under and behind seating. Linear galley to port, aft heads to
port, chart table to starboard. Two aft double berth cabins with hanging locker and storage. Engine access
under companionway with further access from the aft cabins.
Galley: ENO two burner gas stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks with covers
Large fridge, plenty of storage
Hot and cold pressurised water
2nd Heads with wet locker
Both forward and aft heads fitted with,
Jabsco sea toilet, sink, shower and storage
Galley and heads sea-cocks renewed 2012
Sails and Rigging
New main - 2018 - Rolly Tasker
New furling genoa - 2018 - 11 oz Rolly Tasker
Original Main: fully battened mainsail - Elvstrom 1998
Original Furling Genoa - Elvstrom 1998 - 140% Dacron with UV strip
Genoa 160% - UK Sails 2016, tape drive with Kevlar strips - getting old
No 2 genoa
No 3 genoa - 2019 - 100%; like dacron but high tech with vertical battens
Spinnaker 2014 - full symmetric, 120sq m 1.5 oz - as new
Storm jib and Trisail
Main sail stack pack bag with lazy jacks
Two Lewmar 48 s/t sheet winches
Two Lewmar 40 s/t sheet winches
Two Lewmar 40 s/t coachroof halyard winches
Standing and running rigging all replaced in 2014.
12v / 230v with 3 batteries (1 x 70 amp - engine; replaced 2022; 2 x 130 amp domestic; replaced 2021) charged via engine and shore power
Cristec battery charger
Victron Energy battery monitor (2013)
Eberspacher warm air cabin heating
Lofrans Cayman 88 1000W electric anchor windlass
Electric bilge pump
Autohelm ST6000+ autopilot at helm
Autohelm ST50 tridata, log, speed and depth at helm
Autohelm wind at helm
Raytheon ST60 multi at helm
Garmin GPS map720 (2012) at chart table
Furuno 30 GPS at chart table
Simrad RD68 DSC VHF radio at chart table
Navtex 6+ at chart table
Barometer and clock
CD/radio with USB port (Pioneer)
Teak seating and cockpit sole
Wheel and binnacle cover
Sprayhood and Dodgers
Folding cockpit table
Large tailored sun awning/boom tent that reaches to backstays
Port and starboard cockpit lockers
Gas locker, Speakers for CD/radio
Helm seating lifts for easy access to aft platform/scoop
Dinghy davits and outboard bracket
Stern shower and boarding ladder
Two horseshoe lifebuoys
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Liferaft deck cradle - no liferaft
Warps and fenders
1st anchor 16kg Brittany with 40m chain and 30m warp
2nd 10kg Brittany anchor with 20m chain
N.B.: No tender and no outboard included.
Two owners from new; current owner 8 years.
The Dufour 41 Classic is a fast and spacious cruising yacht. Her elegant design has a low-profile coachroof, a well-balanced body, wide side decks that make it easy for the crew to manoeuvre, ergonomic cockpit, and a careful selection of high quality deck fittings and rigging. Dufour's flair for customized building has been adapted to the fresh production vessel series. An elegant performance yacht, the Dufour 41 Classic was available in two machinery options. "Classic" describes well the attention to features and superior condition woodwork found throughout the inside, created in an ageless design and unequaled in any yacht of similar dimensions and class. The luxury is similar to that of larger vessel, with a spacious navigation desk that makes the nav station a key feature, a well-thought galley arrangement, a convivial and well-lit linear galley. The owner's compartment, forward, includes a large front cabin and the two aft visitor cabins also with a front cabin give complete privacy. Without doubt, the Dufour 41 Classic continues the Dufour tradition: a seaworthy yacht, strong and spacious, made for hard-to-please owners who love to sail, both with their families and alone. Construction is approved by Germanischer Lloyd's (A 100) and Bureau Veritas.
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.
|Shore Power Inlet||✓|
|Wind Speed and Direction||✓|
|Electric Bilge Pump||✓|
|Manual Bilge Pump||✓|
|Outboard Engine Brackets||✓|
|Fully Battened Mainsail||✓|
|Gennaker Cruising Spinnaker||✓|
|Engine Make||Volvo Penta|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Length on Deck||39.21ft|
|Max Bridge Clearance||57.09ft|
|Length at Waterline||32.68ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||97.74 gal (Stainless Steel)|
|Fuel Tank||1 x 48.87 gal (Stainless Steel)|