Dufour 385 for sale - Navigo

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Dufour 385 for sale - Navigo

Post by Michael Boe » Fri May 31, 2019 10:25 pm

Time for a bigger boat before setting out for years of circumnavigation.

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Re: Dufour 385 for sale

Post by Michael Boe » Fri May 31, 2019 10:28 pm

Dufour 385 Grand Large - S/Y Navigo of Rungsted, Denmark

Overall length: 11.72 m
Maximum beam: 3.93 m
Draft: 1.76 m
Displacement: 6980 kg
Paint removal to bare gelcoat 2019, 4 layers of Hempel Light Primer epoxy, 1 layer of Hempel Underwater Primer (tie coat) & 3 layers of International Cruiser anti fouling paint, 100% free from osmosis

Volvo Penta D1 30 with saildrive transmission
Volvo Penta 3-blade folding propeller (makes steering easy when sailing backwards)
1328 engine hours (LED display replaced in 2019)

Ventilated engine room by duct fan
Diesel fuel cleaning system. Special pump circulates fuel from low point in tank through filter and back to tank
Diesel pre-filter
Strainer on engine water intake

Sidepower SP 75 Ti bow thruster installed in tunnel, 75 kg thrust

Two steering wheels, Clyde Marine Leather suede covering, new in 2018

16kg Lewmar Delta anchor + 70m of galvanized 10mm calibrated chain
Quick electric windlass

165 liters fuel in stainless steel tank
320 liters of water in forward and aft polyethylene tanks

5kg fiberglass light weight gas cylinder
4 meter hose connection to optional gas grill

Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom
Salt water outlet - including hose - in anchor locker, for anchor and deck wash. Deck wash pump

9/10 Facnor mast and rigging with double backstays, lazy bag and furler. Mast and rigging dismantled and inspected 2019. Replaced lazy jacks, boom topping lift, main sail halyard and rod kicker inner tube and line
Removable inner forestay
Genoa pole on mast slider
Removable Selden Bowsprit

31.5 m2 Elvstrøm mainsail (original), 3 reefs – reasonable condition
29.7 m2 Far East Sailmakers mainsail, full battened, 2 reefs, Rutgerson wheeled slides and reefing hardware, used 2 seasons
40.2 m2 Far East Sailmakers 135% furling genoa, new in 2014
95 m2 Lee Sails gennaker with snuffer, Spinlock blocks and sheets

Harken, Wichard
2 x winch handle pockets in cockpit

3 cabins with double berths with lee-cloth
Double berth in main salon with table lowered

20" TV on front bulkhead in saloon
Auto CD/tuner with 2 interior speakers and 2 speakers in cockpit
Octofax HiFi/VHF switch. E.G. listen to music in cockpit and have VHF activity cut in

A fully equipped galley
Cooker with 2 burners and oven on gimbals
120 liter fridge
Salt water faucet at zink activated by manual foot pump

Jabsco freshwater pump
Hot water heated by the main engine’s heat exchanger or dockside power
Stainless steel holding tank. Can be emptied at sea by manual pumping or pumped out from deck.
Best quality black water hoses (new in 2019)
All trough hulls and seacocks in bronze (new in 2019) – except engine water seacock (to be changed out next)

Start battery, 77 Ah lead-acid + Service bank 1, 150 Ah AGM +25A /12V Cristec charger
Service bank 2, 600 Ah AGM batteries
60A/12V Victron Centaur charger (from 220V) - for 600 Ah service bank only
Battery management by Victron BMV-600 battery monitors for both service banks
Studer Inverter AJ1000S (12V to 220V), 1000W
32 Amp dockside power cable, 3-core double-insulated PVC, fitted with a 3-pin, 32 Amp plug.

Raymarine ST60+ Wind speed and direction, flush mounted
Raymarine ST60+ Tridata (speed, depth and water temperature), flush mounted
Garmin 4012 chartplotter installed in custom made pod – 360° rotation, lift/lowering and tilt allow view to plotter from any position
Garmin BlueChart g2 Vision EU710L ´16 & EU041R ´08
Garmin GMR18 4kW radar (connected to 4012 chartplotter)
Garmin digital sounder module GSD22, (fishfinder) (connected to 4012 chartplotter)
Digital Yacht AIT250 AIS transponder (class B) (connected to 4012 chartplotter)
Vion A4000.2 electronic marine barometer
McMurdo NAV6 PLUS Navtex, also serves as repeater of SeaTalk and NMEA information
Icom IC-M505 waterproof fixed DSC VHF radio
Compass at each steering wheel

Full navigation lights by Dufour, except for anchor light, which has been removed
Lopolight LED anchor light, new in 2019
Lopolight LED tricolor, new in 2019

Raymarine ST8002+ and S1G corepack. Custombuilt with powerful Jefa rotary drive

(Lalizas life raft for 6 persons - needs repacking!)
Echomax 230 passive radar reflector
Sea-Me active radar reflector with optional alarm in case we are ”hit” by another ships radar, mast top mounted
Rule 1100 bilge pump, 70 litres/min
Rule bilge alarm
2 fire extinguishers
Fire blanket
1 white horseshoe buoy
2 Jackstay deck safety lines

Full size cockpit tent with head room while standing
Eberspächer Airtronic D5 marine heater routed to all rooms
Ocean Air screens on all Lewmar hatches
2 bow mooring lines with shock absorbers
4 mooring lines
Fenders, Danfender, 2 ball type, 6 cylindrical (cylindrical new in 2019)

2 Dorade vents
Sprayhood and lazy bag are close to retirement
Fibertex winter cover
Stayed aluminium stern post for navigation/communications antenna and radar dome on self leveling swivel
Masthead antenna for TV and FM radio
Masthead VHF antenna
LED lamps throughout salon and cabins
Additional Phillippi electrical panel installed for added equipment. Electrical connections are sealed if possible
Teak flag pole and Danish yacht flag

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Re: Dufour 385 for sale - Navigo

Post by Michael Boe » Tue Jul 02, 2019 8:46 pm

S/Y Navigo now has new owners. A very nice Danish family with kids.

Not easy to part with a great boat, but a first step towards new adventures. Eventually we will circumnavigate and we want to go up to around 45 feet. That's the distant goal at the moment. Maybe we can make et a year or two without a boat :)

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