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Dufour 525

52 Foot (15,85 Meters)

SPECIFICATIONS:

 

Cockpit:

  • Self-draining cockpit, with floor in non-slip polyester
  • Large size cockpit benches with teak trim.
  • Safe cockpit coamings with winch areas in teak
  • Large fixed cockpit table fitted with a teak tray and stainless fiddles with hinged leaves
  • Seating around the table
  • A cubby-hole behind each helm console
  • A rope tub at the entrance to the companionway, as well as 2 rope stowages port and starboard for the genoa sheets
  • Sliding Plexiglas companionway hatch
  • Companionway sprayhood (3 brackets) in Dufour Yachts’ colors built in to the coach-roof and fitted with leather covered stainless handrails.
  • Navigation instrument location above companionway
  • Gas cylinder locker
  • Cockpit lighting via dedicated spotlight built in under boom

 

Cabin Accommodation:

  • L-shaped or linear galley
  • Floors are made of Moabi. (Wenge is available - see pricelist)
  • Interior woodwork is in first-grade moabi and Wenge
  • Beadings, trims and cubby-hole door surrounds are in solid wood
  • Ventilation louvers are fitted at the top of cupboard doors
  • Interior lighting via numerous ceiling lights and reading lamps
  • All cushions have easily-removed covers
  • 2 Headroom
  • 2 Shower tray

 

Electrical:

  • Engine starter battery (12 V / 135 Ah)
  • 3 service batteries (12 V /  135 Ah)
  • The set of batteries is fitted with a relay
  • Service batteries stowed beneath floor at foot of companionway
  • 300 W inverter incorporating a socket for a laptop computer
  • High-output 120 Ah alternator
  • Electrical distribution panel with 21 functions on 12 V and 6 functions on 220 V
  • Voltmeter for service battery and engine (220 V and 12 V)
  • Ammeter for consumption
  • Electrical water level gauges
  • Electrical fuel gauges
  • The 12 V electrical circuit is protected by circuit-breakers
  • The 220 V circuit has dual protection, via one thermal-magnetic circuit-breaker per function, and an overall 30m a differential circuit-breaker on the distribution panel
  • 60 Ah battery charger
  • Shore supply socket forward of sun platform
  • Deck flood light
  • LED cockpit lighting on end of boom
  • 220 V power sockets in all parts of the yacht — 2 in forward cabin(s), at chart table, one per aft cabin, in galley
  • Chrome-finish halogen ceiling lights
  • Chrome-finish reading lamps
  • Pre-equipment for optional cable installation

 

Navigations Lights:

  • LED navigation lights port and starboard on bow pulpit
  • LED stern light on stern push pit
  • Steaming and LED anchor lights on mast

 

Galley:

  • Headroom
  • Corian worktop with wooden fiddle round it
  • Double sink with synthetic resin cover doubling as a chopping-board
  • Waste bin below sink
  • Under-sink storage and cutlery drawer
  • Sliding storage bins
  • Stowage cubby holes along side of hull
  • Gimbal-mounted stainless ‘Bretagne Evolution’ 3-burner gas cooker with grill/oven, with stainless fiddle and anchor-point for safety strap
  • Bottle stowage
  • System for securing crockery in dedicated unit fitted with pegs
  • 2 opening ports in coach-roof side
  • 6 ceiling lights and one spotlight
  • 100 l top-opening 12 V-operated cool-box
  • 75 l freezer available as an option
  • 130 l front-opening 12 V refrigerator
  • Headroom
  • Central hull port
  • T60 deck hatch
  • 5 ceiling lights and one spotlight
  • 175 l top-opening 12 V-operated cool-box
  • 100 l freezer available as an option
  • 130 l front-opening 12 V refrigerator

 

Safety Equipment:

  • Open stainless bow pulpit easing access aboard and spinnaker handling
  • 2 stainless stern push pits
  • Bracket for lifebelt, flag, and outboard bracket
  • The boat is ringed by 2 rows of guard rails supported on stanchions fixed to bases bolted to the deck
  • 2 large gates in the guard rails
  • 2 teak handrails on the coach-roof make getting around easier
  • Handrail astern of cockpit table
  • 2 handrails above companionway
  • Chain-plates for safety harnesses
  • All running lines pass beneath the deck, leaving the coach-roof clear

 

Engine Mechanical:

  • 110 hp Volvo engine with prop shaft transmission and folding propeller
  • Carefully-designed foam soundproofing
  • Engine compartment ventilation via 100 mm ducts leading to transom (invisible ventilation openings)
  • Engine sump
  • Engine control lever and engine control panel built into aft sun platform, aft of the port helm position
  • Rev counter and hour meter
  • Fixed three-bladed prop
  • 2 x 250 litre rotomoulded fuel tank beneath aft bunks, with electric fuel gauge remote to chart table
  • Fuel filter with water separator, plus sea-water filter, anti-siphon valve
  • Engine compartment light

 

Hull:

  • The sandwich design of the hull makes for very good thermal and acoustic insulation
  • The lamination of the network of ribs reinforces the hull’s solidity and in this way makes allows very good spreading of the forces from the keel and rigging
  • The inner molding liner with its perfect surface finish produces additional stowage space under the floors and makes for easier cleaning
  • Prevention of osmosis on hull with the use of a NPG gel coat

 

Deck:

  • The deck is produced by infusion for an optimum rigidity/lightness ratio along with excellent thermal and acoustic insulation, and has an inner moulding liner for a perfect finish
  • All working and traffic areas have a ‘diamond-point’ nonslip surface
  • Localized monolithic reinforcing areas are included under deck fittings (winches, tracks, chain-plates, cleats)

Helm System:

  • 2 leather-sleeved stainless steering wheels, 1100 mm in diameter.
  • The steering wheels are easily controllable from a seated position on the helmsman’s side bench seats.
  • Transmission system via chain and cranks connected to the rudder quadrant.
  • The rudder blade is semi-elliptical in shape — taking advantage of the latest research in hydrodynamics — and filled with very high density closed-cell epoxy foam to avoid any ingress of water.
  • The solid stainless rudder stock is mounted on self aligning bearings for greater precision and lightness of the helm whatever the wind conditions.
  • Stainless steel emergency tiller
  • Access deck-plate for emergency tiller.

 

Keel:

  • For maximum life, keels undergo factory treatment before fitting (anti-corrosion and improved finish thanks to epoxy-based paint and coatings).
  • The keel with a large sole-plate is fixed to the boat with a system of stainless backing-plate and bolts.
  • The (bulb) keel is in cast iron: 2.00 m.
  • Mixed cast-iron/lead ballast keel with a draught of 2.35 m allows superior (stiff, close-winded) performance, whilst maintaining an acceptable draught, lowering the centre of gravity, and increasing the boat’s stability
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Dufour 525 | 2009 | 260.000 EUR

 
 
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