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Sailing boat Dufour Grand Large 412

The 12m Dufour Grand Large 412 is an improved version of the Dufour Grand Large 410, one of the flagships of Dufour Yachts.

The updated design incorporates features that are usually reserved for large yachts. The new enclosed cockpit under the aft deck guarantees a high level of safety at sea, while the improved layout provides more space.

With its new construction, refined design, equipment and functionality thought out to the smallest detail, the Dufour Grand Large 412 has all the attributes of an exceptional yacht and is a natural leader in its category.

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Specifications
Length, m12.70
Width, m4.20
Draft, m2.10
Displacement, t8.94
Sail area, m271
Fresh water, l380
Fuel, l200
ArchitectUmberto felci
Engine40 h.p.
Mainsail38 m²
Genoa33 m²
Basic Price224 370 €

* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog

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