Restyled version of the successful 410 Grand Large, she has been designed to maximize the comforts on board, inspired by larger yachts, still keeping in mind, sailing performances and easy to handle characteristic proper to a 40 footer.
The one we offer, is actually an incredible deal.
After just 1 charter season on her hull, will be delivered in October fully tested and fine tuned by the managing company dedicated team of technicians.
Charter investment tailor made programs and full leasing financial assistance available.
Please contact Diego Cerasi at +34 634 325 758
Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
Registrerad i: Italien
LÖA Längd över allt: 41 fot 8 tum
Bredd: 13 fot 9 tum
LWL: 36 fot 7 tum
Max. djupgång: 6 fot 11 tum
Deplacement: 244777 kg
torrvikt: 19709 kg
Total effekt: 55 HP
Motormärke: volvo penta
Motortyp: D2-55 SD
Motor typ: Inombord
Transmission: Segelbåts drev
Motorstyrka: 55 HP
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Manufacturer Provided Description
Evolution of the famous Dufour 410, the Dufour 412 Grand Large places herself among the flagships of the Grand Large range. For this 2017 millesime, Dufour Yacht engineers and Felci Yachts Design have a project guideline to integrate all functionalities thus far reserved to bigger sized yachts.
Ambitious challenge skillfully executed, this starts with the optimisation of the exterior spaces. The new closed cockpit by its aft seats conceals a fully equipped exterior galley with barbecue, sink and refrigerator. This new layout, functional and secure, allows to take advantage of the entire cockpit, and makes the boat more spacious.
The Dufour 412 also benefits from new equipment allowing for more pleasant navigation, in particular the fixed bowsprit to simplify the mounting of downwind sails.
With her new look and her new equipment, the Dufour 412 rejoices in all the attributes of an exceptional yacht, and naturally places herself among the upscale level in her category.
Hull: Hand-laminated in polyester/glassfibre.
Decoration: Decorative stripes on the hull.
Gelcoat: NPG gelcoat with first mat impregnated with NPG resin forming an optimum barrier against osmosis.
Structure: Hull bottom counter-moulded, floors laminated into the hull.
Deck: Sandwich with injected foam core
Ballast: Keel bolts bear on stainless back-plates
Rudder: Semi-elliptical shape, filled with closed-cell epoxy foam.
Emergency tiller: Head of rudder stock beneath helmsman’s floor for fitting the emergency tiller
Worktop: ‘Corian®’ synthetic resin with wooden fiddle.
Sink: Stainless, twin bowls with Corian®C synthetic resin cover
Water: Hot and cold pumped water with chrome-plated brass single-lever mixer tap.
Gas cooker: 2-burner cooker with oven on gimbals, with removable wooden cover and stainless rail
Crockery storage: Dowels to retain crockery when heeling.
Refrigerator access: Via the frontage and the worktop.
Storage: - 3 cubby-hole with closed compartments with formed wood flap - 3-door under-sink unit with cutlery drawer, 2 plastic bins, waste bin - Storage for bottles with locking
Waste bin: Sort compartments
Storage under gas cooker
Rigging and Sails
Mast: Anodized aluminium with 2 levels of swept spreaders
Rigging: 9/10 fractional
Mast stepping: On deck
Lights: Anchor and masthead lights.
Topping lift: Boom topping lift cleats.
Boom: Anodized aluminium fitted with 2 continuous reefers.
Furler: Genoa roller furler.
Standing rigging: Continuous in stainless single-strand cable, chrome-plated bronze rigging screws, comprising: forestay, twin backstay, inter. and lower shrouds.
Running rigging: 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: 2 wide reef strips, with battens and bag.
Dacron Genoa: Furling genoa with UV-protection.
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.