Dufour 36 Classic – 2003 - £56,950
A very well presented and equipped example of the popular Dufour 36 Classic. This is the sought after 'owner’s' version with two large double cabins and a roomy saloon.
New standing rigging fitted April 2019
New fore & aft cabin berth cushions April 2019
New saildrive gasket fitted April 2019
New 138% Furling Genoa with padded luff July 2019
Contact us at the Barbican Yacht Agency on 01752 228855 in the first instance, while this vessel is berthed close to our office in Sutton Harbour, it is always best to call in advance to arrange a viewing.
Owners layout with up to 6 berths in 2 Double cabins plus saloon berths.
Forward Cabin: Offset double berth to port with large stowage lockers under. Large stowage locker forward with access above foot of berth
Seating area to starboard. Generous hanging and shelved lockers to starboard.
Forward opening deck hatch with vent & roller blind & second smaller ventilation hatch over berth with roller blind.
New thicker berth cushions and covers fitted April 2019
New covers to seating area April 2019
Saloon: with generous & comfortable L Shaped seating to port around a pedestal table. Generous 2 person island seat with internal stowage and a substantial backrest offering a useful handhold. Excellent ventilation and natural light from eight port lights (2 opening) and two overhead hatches.
Galley: Linear Galley along the whole starboard side offers extensive worktop space. Eno 2 burner gas cooker with oven. Double stainless steel sinks with pressurised water supply, supplementary manual pumped outlet for fresh or sea water with changeover valve. Deep, shelved top opening refrigerator with 12v Isotherm cooling plate.
Ample stowage lockers.
A generous wet hanging locker is situated aft of the galley on the starboard side next to the heads door.
Chart Table: A good size forward facing chart table is sited to port with dedicated seat and chart storage. Fixed screen for the built in navigation computer. Adjacent main electrical panel.
Heads: Good size heads compartment aft to starboard with Jabsco sea toilet, basin with pumped H&C fresh water and shower with electric pump out. Holding tank. Opening portlight and overhead opening vent. Hanging rail. Under sink locker contains a centralised location for skin fittings and a freshwater distribution manifold. Fitted with a useful flow meter to display volume of water used.
Aft cabin: Double berth. Double doored hanging locker. Opening portlights
New aft Berth Cushion covers April 2019
Teak & Holly cabin flooring
VDO Radio/CD player with 2 saloon speakers
Eberspacher diesel warm air cabin heating with digital timer, heater outlets in all cabins including heads compartment
At Steering pedestal:
Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Raymarine ST60 Wind speed & direction
Raymarine ST5000+ autopilot control
Raymarine E90/w colour chart plotter/radar display
At Chart table:
Digital Yacht 'Aqua' marine PC with charting software, colour monitor, keyboard & mouse.
Furuno GP32 stand alone GPS display
Northstar Explorer 725 fixed VHF/DSC Radio
Northstar Explorer 705 wireless VHF handset for use in the cockpit, with drop in charging cradle.
Digital Yacht AIT1000 Class B AIS Transponder
Alloy Z-Spars mast and boom
Double swept spreaders with discontinuous Stainless steel standing rigging
New Wire Standing Rigging fitted April 2019
Facnor furling headsail system
Selden rod kicker
All Control lines lead aft to the cockpit via Lewmar rope clutches
2 x Lewmar 30ST self tailing twin speed halyard winches
2 x Lewmar 40ST self tailing twin speed sheet winches
Lewmar mainsheet track with car and traveller system forward of the sprayhood
Slab reefed mainsail with 3 reefs
Removable inner forestay for storm jib
Cruising Laminate fully battened mainsail by Jeckles with three reefing points
Rutgerson roller luff cars to battens
138% Roller furling Genoa in Challenge 7.77oz Marblehead Dacron with padded luff (New July 2019 - Dart Sails)
Spare Dacron 110% cross-cut roller furling Genoa
Asymmetric cruising chute with snuffer
Storm Jib (Hank on)
Volvo Penta MD2030 30hp indirectly cooled diesel engine, driving though a sail drive to a 2 blade Volvo Penta folding propeller.
New Saildrive Seal fitted April 2019
3 x 12 volt domestic batteries, + 1 X engine start battery, all charged by the engine driven alternator, or shore powered battery charger, or wind generator.
Rutland Wind generator mounted on starboard aft rail.
Nasa BM-1 Battery condition monitor at chart table
240v Shore power connection with lead
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Eberspacher diesel warm air cabin heating system with digital timer
Fuel – 170 Ltr
Water – 330 Ltr in 2 tanks
Holding – Yes
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires
Boarding step to pulpit
Lofrans 12v/1000w Electric anchor windlass
Delta Anchor with ample chain and warp
Ample warps and fenders
Blue sprayhood with opening center section for added ventilation - Professionally cleaned June 2020
Blue Bimini cover with zip in sides to create cockpit enclosure - Professionally cleaned June 2020
Blue Lazyjack stack pack - Professionally cleaned June 2020
Whitlock steering pedestal with hide covered wheel
Moulded folding cockpit table
Midships spring cleats
Outboard stowage pad on stern rail
McMurdo Smartfind E5 EPIRB
Manual and electric bilge pumps
SeaSafe 4 man ISO/SOLAS B Liferaft in hard canister (Service due) mounted on coachroof with hydro-static release (Service due)
2 X Horseshoe Lifebuoys
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, 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.
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Constructed by Dufour Yachts in 2003, hull nr 443
Teak laid cockpit seats and cockpit sole
Excellent condition survey from April 2019 available to view at our office
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.