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Dufour 335GL
Bareboat Charters Sailing
Turkey and Greece

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A handsome and comfortable two-cabin yacht created for the charter market,
the Dufour 335 Grand Large is an ideal choice for a relaxed holiday alone or with another couple. Featuring many innovative and sensible design features, she has a roomy interior while nevertheless maintaining
a hull shape conducive to superb sailing performance.

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Technical Specifications:

Length Over All: 33.7 ft
LWL: 29.5 ft
Beam: 11.4 ft
Draft: 6.2 ft
Sail Area: 581 sq. ft
Engine: 29 hp Volvo
Displacement: 11,990 lbs
Water Tanks: 220 ltrs
Fuel Tanks: 160 ltrs

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Equipment:

Lazy-Jack Mainsail
Furling Headsail
Spray Hood & Bimini Top
Deck Awning
Autopilot, Electric Windlass
Global Positioning System
VHF Radio, CD Stereo
Fully Equipped Galley
Tender w/Outboard


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Dufour Charters Sailing Turkey

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