Seychelles is one of the most beautiful places in the Indian Ocean. Here you will have the chance to see wonderful paradise places with your own eyes.
Seychelles is one of the most beautiful places in the Indian Ocean. These are the paradise places that you have only seen in advertising. On our cruise, you have the chance to see these wonderful places with your own eyes.
This sailboat is indeed the hybrid offspring of a high performance racer and a pleasure cruiser. It is the kind of sailboat that races like a demon, cruises like a charm and delights sailors who refuse to compromise on form or function. Sporty appearance is created by a number of well presented details that are the trademarks of this accommodating cruiser, including a full German mainsheet layout, twin steering wheels, sheets and lines that run on covered channels for a clean deck. An easily adjustable Genoa and mainsheet system helps with sail trimming and allows for the Genoa to be furled without the need of a crew forward to adjust the leech. This coupled with the single line reefing mainsail empowers the cockpit with total control of the vessel.
A 3-cabin sailing yacht, Dufour 410 can accommodate up to 8 people in 3 double cabins and in a salon with 2 berths. Pillows, blankets, pillowcases and mattress covers are provided at the charter of the yacht.
Dufour Features: Classic Mainsail, Bimini and External GPS Plotter. There are also Radio, CD / MP3 player, External speakers and Speakers inside the cabin. The kitchen is equipped with an Oven, a Cooker, a Sink and Kitchenware.
Dufuor Shipyard, founded over 50 years ago on the Atlantic coast, plays an important role in the region and is one of the main employers in La Rochelle.
With a production capacity of over 18,000 m² and 420 full-time employees, Dufour Yachts is considered one of the largest shipyards in the world.
All Dufour Yachts models, 100% manufactured in France, are designed and manufactured at La Rochelle, at the company's headquarters. Dufour Yachts produces about 400 sailing boats per year and controls the entire supply chain, from project development to expedition, from installation to woodwork.