Dufour 485 Grand Large
One owner from new.
Dufour 485 Grand Large for sale | 48'4" | 2008 | 1x diesel 75hp | GRP Construction | Fin underwater profile | 6 sleeping berths | Boat REF# 226731
£159,500.00 (Approx US$223,555.20) ReducedUnder-Offer
|Engine||1 x diesel 75hp, Volvo D2 (2008)|
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|Fuel capacity||55.0 USG Total - 1 Tanks|
|Water capacity||129.8 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x diesel 75hp|
|Engine make and model||Volvo D2 (2008)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 1600|
|Prop(s)||Folding (Rope Cutters)|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||0.7 USG /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||7 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||8 knots|
Volvo Penta 75 D2 with turbocharger and 150S sail drive gearbox working a four x eight inch blade Volvo folding propeller with an Ambassador rope cutter. She will cruise comfortably at 1800 to 2000 rpm giving six or seven knots. The sail drive gaiter was renewed in May 2016. Current engine hours 1595 and the engine and gearbox have just had a professional service/overhaul as of 12th Feb 2017.
Access to the engine is good; lifting the hydraulic assisted companionway ladder exposes the front and top while hatches in both quarter cabins cover the sides and rear where there is a large lit space giving access to the back of the engine, the sail drive gearbox, fuel filters and the battery charger. It should be straightforward to mount a generator here. The 250 litre fuel tank and cut off lever are under the starboard quarter cabin berth.
Sloop rigged Sparcraft Aluminium spars (2008) with Stainless Steel standing rigging (2008)
|Reefing mainsail||Kemp - Inmast (2014)|
|Headsail||Kemp - Furling (2014)|
|Other sails||Crusing Chute (2008)|
Telescopic Selden whisker pole, retractable bowsprit. A rigid boom vang and boom brake friction roller are fitted with a coach roof mounted traveller. New Furlex 2016
12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, solar panels, shore power Electrical distribution control panel with 21 x 12v functions and 6 x 220v including voltmeter, ammeter, water tank levels and fuel gauge. High output 120Ah alternator, Invertor with laptop socket at the chart table. Four 140/800 service batteries and the isolated engine battery are secured below the cabin sole by the companionway with easy access and a battery coupler. Bow thruster battery is below the sail locker. 12v socket by chart table. 220v sockets in all cabins, galley and at chart table. Shore power socket in cockpit Walk-on solar panel on coachroof. 60 ah battery charger with battery condition monitor in engine bay LED navigation, anchor and tri-colour navigation lights on mast. Deck and steaming lights. Electric dinghy inflator point in forward sail locker.
Teak decks and cockpit. Folding transom bathing platform. Large sea lockers in cockpit. Further sail and fender locker on foredeck.
|Total # of berths||6|
|No. of double berths||3|
|Heads||3 heads (Sea Toilet)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
A most comfortable, spacious three cabin and saloon layout. Plenty of light with Moabi wood flooring and hull liner. The beige fabric upholstery has removable covers on the U shaped port banquette and central bench around a fixed 1.2m x 0.9m dining table. There is a further full length banquette to starboard. The long windows and abundant hatches give a deck saloon effect with good visibility of the topsides and sails. There are well placed grab rails and pillars and capacious stowage space. Attractive chrome halogen bulkhead and ceiling lighting. A drinks cabinet, lit and mirror lined, behind the starboard banquette.
Two big double quarter cabins each with shower and head. A spacious owner’s cabin forward with a large shower and heads compartment. Ample hanging and stowage space throughout. The starboard quarter cabin heads are roomy with doors to the saloon and into the cabin also a 45 litre waste tank and controls behind the bulkhead. All hatches have retractable blinds and insect screens. Windows have concertina blinds. Eberspracher D5 heating/ air blower throughout. Emergency torch and 1 kg extinguisher per cabin. 2 kg extinguisher by chart table for the engine.
An L shaped galley with a Bretagne Evolution three burner / oven / grill calor stove. Plenty of workspace. A 75 litre cool box,a 100 litre top opening refrigerator and a 130 litre front loading fridge with ice box which opens aft. 590 litre fresh water supply split between a tank under the port quarter cabin and another in the forward owner’s cabin. Stand-by foot pump and seawater switch-over at the double sink. 60 litres of hot water heater capacity. Water tank controls, fresh water pump and calorifier below the port banquette
The navigation position faces to starboard with good working space and stowage and a comfortable swivelling seat. Electrical systems and heating control panel, vhf radio, cd/radio with 2 speakers, water, fuel and electrical gauges, 12v and 220v sockets, Navtex and E 80 plotter repeater screen with control pad. Automatic bilge pump switch, gas alarm.
4 burner propane Stove
|VHF DSC radio|
Raymarine E80 plotter with Navico Gold charts from UK to Mediterranean, mounted on the cockpit table aft, well visible to the helm. Repeater screen at the chart table with a Raymarine roving control pad.
AIS receiver; ICS Navtex 6; GPS Inmarsat D+; NMNE convertor; gas alarm; Lifetag MOB system. GME 460 EPIRB
IC-M M505 VHF radio with mk3 cockpit command mike.
Echomax radar reflector and Raymarine radar on mast bracket with stainless steel protection cage.
ST 60 log; Speed / depth / wind duplicated port and starboard by the wheels
S2 G autopilot with 6002 control panel starboard. Lewmar Mamba drive motor
2 halyard winches
4 sheet winches
Electric Rider Regal 1.5kw windlass (with remote control)
(25kg Delta & Brittany kedge)
196'10" of chain
98'5" of rode
Honwave T27 dinghy (2009)
Black Harken winches; 2 x 53 electric primaries and 2 x 48 manual spinnaker on the cockpit coaming. 1 x 44 electric halyard / mainsheet and 1 x 44 manual reefing, either side of the companionway together with rope clutches. The mainsheet can be German system rigged if preferred. Genoa car tracks on side decks with control lines to cockpit.
Date of last life raft service: 07-01-2014