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Dufour 390 sailboat

Steering sensations.

The new generation of Dufour sailboats promises to bring you thrills.

In line with our expertise , we have developed a high-performance, balanced hull for maximum control and incomparable steering finesse. Unrivalled seafaring qualities without compromising on ease of movement or mooring comfort.

The meticulous layout of deck spaces, the immense rear transom, the many sunbathing areas and the famous outdoor galley with griddle and sink will ensure wonderful moments of togetherness on board this tremendous sailboat .

Packed with innovative tricks, technology and optimisation, the Dufour 390, 39-foot sailing yacht,  stands out as the most well-rounded sailboat in its category. A generously equipped yacht with incomparable style, finished down to the last detail.

Dufour 390 - Smart Electric
Smart Elec PackEngines
Fixed propeller
Battery park (lithium battery)
Generator
Interface monitoring
OptionsImproved batteries
12V/230V converter
Hydrogeneration
Folding propeller
Quick charger

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Berths

8

Cabins

3

Heads

2

Pullman cabin

No

Skipper cabin

No

Kitchen

L-shape

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Berths

6

Cabins

2

Heads

2

Pullman cabin

No

Skipper cabin

No

Kitchen

L-shape

dufour yachts 390 grand large

Berths

8

Cabins

3

Heads

3

Pullman cabin

No

Skipper cabin

No

Kitchen

Longitudinal

dufour yachts 390 grand large

Berths

8

Cabins

3

Heads

1

Pullman cabin

No

Skipper cabin

No

Kitchen

L-shape

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Technical specs

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Construction

  • Architect: Felci Yacht Design
  • Hull construction: Fiberglass / contact
  • Deck construction: Injection

Technical specifications

  • Overall length 11.94 m
  • Waterline length 10.50 m
  • Hull length 11.19 m
  • Max beam 3.99 m
  • Light displacement 7700 kg
  • Draft 1.95 m (1.75 m opt.)
  • Keel weight 2100 kg
  • Fuel tank capacity 200 L
  • Water tank capacity 380 L
  • Engine power 30 cv (40 cv opt.)
  • Sail area 66.5 m²
  • Mainsail 36.6 m²
  • Genoa 29.9 m²

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Dufour 390: ‘Responsive, fun & forgiving to sail’

David Harding

  • David Harding
  • August 6, 2021

The Dufour 390 is an impressively roomy cruiser that also offers more performance than you might expect, says David Harding

Dufour 390

Designed by Umberto Felci, the Dufour 390 starts from £151,963 including VAT. Credit: David Harding

Product Overview

  • Surprisingly good sailing performance
  • Good attention to details
  • Excellent cockpit table with stowage
  • Headsail tracks too short with overlapping genoa
  • Loses way quickly
  • Non-slip finish is less grippy than some

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Creating boats that stand out from the competition can be a challenge for builders of modern family cruising yachts.

That means buyers have to scratch beneath the surface to home in on the one that best suits their needs.

Do a little scratching, however, and the differences soon appear.

Take the Dufour 390, for example.

Here is a high-volume cruiser with, at a glance perhaps, much in common with other boats of similar length: lots of freeboard, a broad stern, twin wheels and a modest rig.

You will need to go below and take a look around on deck to see some of what sets the Dufour 390 apart because she’s nicely finished and full of practical features and neat touches.

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Wide side decks run all the way to the stern. The cockpit table incorporates handholds, a light and useful stowage. Credit: David Harding

Going for a sail will also help.

Despite her volume, and statistics that don’t point to a particularly sporty nature, she sails surprisingly well in both light airs and a breeze .

The designer, Umberto Felci, has squeezed more performance out of her than appearances might suggest.

She’s pretty well-mannered, too.

This new addition to Dufour’s range is generously proportioned by almost any standards.

Her substantial beam is carried well forward, giving the Dufour 390 notably broader shoulders than seen in her predecessors.

Dufour 390 on deck

Standard instruments and repeaters will fit in the helm consoles, the plotter living centrally on the aft end of the cockpit table. Credit: David Harding

Combined with the high topsides, this creates a vast amount of space inside a hull that’s not quite 37ft (11.2m) long.

You have to include the moulded bowsprit -cum-anchor roller to reach the total length of just over 39ft (11.94m).

This boat is built for comfort in harbour and fun, forgiving sailing rather than high-end performance.

As such she doesn’t look exactly over-canvassed.

In fact her sail area/displacement ratio is a modest 16.3, based on the 100% foretriangle; a little less in practical terms if you choose the standard self- tacker and slightly higher with the optional 108% headsail on its FlatDeck furler.

Bulwarks on the Dufour 390

Moulded bulwarks form part of the hull-to-deck joint. Through-deck scuppers help water to drain. Credit: David Harding

When you look at the hull and deck more closely, you notice long chines that start well forward. The topsides are almost vertical down to the chines to maximise internal volume, then they tuck in to give a narrower waterline.

Further indications of performance aspirations include the respectably deep draught of 6ft 5in (1.95m) with the standard bulbed fin keel , or you can plump for the 5ft 9in (1.75m) alternative if you’re prepared to sacrifice a little sprightliness.

The owner of our test boat, Kevin, had chosen the deeper keel.

He also upgraded to the overlapping headsail, gaining the 75sq ft (7sq m) of canvas together with greater sail control and more drive off the wind among other benefits.

Differences in detail

The extra drive from the overlapper would certainly have helped offset the drag from the standard-issue, two-bladed fixed prop .

On our first outing in light airs and flat water the boat readily clocked 3.5 knots on the wind when the shifty breeze occasionally gusted to 6 knots or so.

Don’t expect this if you stick with the self-tacker, however, especially if you plump for in-mast reefing as well.

That will cost you a further 70sq ft (6.5sq m) and, of course, the compromises go way beyond the reduction in area.

Lights set into the bulwarks add a little style at night

Lights set into the bulwarks add a little style at night. Credit: David Harding

It’s the usual choice between maximising efficiency and making sailing simple. Whatever the effects of the easy- handling sail options, they will be more pronounced in light airs and a seaway.

That’s when boats with modest rigs and high-volume hulls tend to suffer,as more performance-orientated designs disappear over the horizon.

In practice, since most cruising yachtsmen will switch on the engine in such conditions, it might not be too much of an issue.

Given the conditions during our first outing, we needed to head out a second time to do the boat- testing equivalent of leaving some rubber on the tarmac.

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When a suitable day appeared, we sallied forth to be greeted by winds that, according to BrambleMet, were gusting to 30 knots around the time we were heading down Southampton Water and remained in the mid 20s for the first hour.

Under full headsail and with one slab in the main, we reached towards Calshot with up to 8 knots showing on the log. It was a promising start, the boat feeling comfortable on a point of sail that tends to show up any wayward tendencies.

Once in clear water, we hardened up and punched into the breeze. Wind and tide together created only a modest chop in the Solent, but the Dufour 390 seemed unfazed by the occasional succession of steeper waves.

Dufour 390 transom

The hinge-down stern platform incorporates a bathing ladder and opens up the liferaft stowage. Credit: David Harding

We seldom felt anything other than the gentlest of thuds or found more than the odd drop of spray making its way back to the cockpit.

Our sail plan seemed about right.

Even keeping the traveller amidships while maintaining plenty of leech tension elicited no serious protests as long as we feathered into the gusts, steered around the waves and took care to avoid stalling, though the boat understandably made it clear that she didn’t enjoy being sailed this way.

Travellers are often not included on family cruisers, making it harder to get them going comfortably and efficiently upwind in a breeze, as well as to maintain pointing in lighter conditions.

It’s good to see that Dufour fits one as standard.

Sailing in a breeze

Life inevitably became easier when we eased it down the track.

Our speed picked up from around 6 knots to 6.4 and any apparent loss of pointing would have been more than compensated for by the extra lift from the foils .

The boat sailed faster and flatter (typically at 15 to 20° of heel) and was more responsive.

In smoother water closer to the shore we picked up to 6.7 knots at times, still tacking through around 75°.

As usual, the polars indicate more pace and pointing than the test boat achieved, in this case showing over 7 knots at 35° in 25 knots of wind.

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The deck is clear and easy to move around, and the low gooseneck simplifies mainsail handling. Credit: David Harding

Many of the usual factors would have contributed to the disparity, including the fixed prop, rigging (1×19 all round) that needed tweaking up, tanks that were fairly full, the chop and the standard-issue Dacron sails.

Not helping either were jib tracks that didn’t extend far enough aft.

As I had noticed on the first sail in lighter airs, sheeting in the headsail closed the leech while leaving the foot slack and, of course, the effect was more pronounced in heavier conditions.

Something else that would increase the headsail’s efficiency is the ability to tension the backstay.

By default the 390 comes with twin backstays. A single, bifurcated stay with a tensioner is on the options list.

When you’re testing in a decent breeze it’s always good to see how a boat copes when provoked, so I started by bearing away from a close-hauled course with the sheets pinned in.

Dufour 390 running shots

The view from aloft shows that the beam is carried further forward than on many modern designs. Credit: David Harding

The rudder gripped to around 30° of heel, whereupon we spun through the wind –albeit more gently than on some boats – and ended up hove to on the other tack.

Heaving to is worth checking out anyway, so we let the Dufour settle down and found that she fore-reached at about 3 knots with the wind on the beam.

Although the log was reading 3 knots, most of our speed was sideways.

In any event, it led to enough water-flow over the rudder for the boat to be turned dead downwind – still with the sheets pinned in – gybed, and brought back on to a close-hauled course.

A cockpit on a yacht

Plenty of windows and hatches make for a light and airy interior, here finished in light oak. Moabi is standard and teak the third option. Credit: David Harding

My next act of provocation was to pinch her the point where the sails were still filling but the foils no longer generating lift.

This happened at around 2 knots.

Suitably stalled, she crabbed fairly briskly but once again responded to the rudder when asked, allowing us to re-engage forward gear by putting the nose down a few degrees and giving her a moment.

Keeping the Dufour 390 on track

All told, for a boat that most owners are unlikely to push particularly hard, she performed well and showed a high degree of tolerance, proving responsive, obedient and generally fun to sail.

All we had to be mindful of was her propensity to lose way rapidly, and that’s something you can’t ignore if you want to make life easy for whoever’s wielding the winch handles.

While the overlapping headsail is well worth having on any number of counts (including the ability to heave to without hassle), it does call for a little winching during tacks.

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Hull chines extend well forward to maximising volume. Credit: David Harding

The lazy man’s approach is to let the boat build up speed on the new tack with the sail loosely sheeted in, then head into the wind for a few seconds to take the pressure out of the sail for easy winching.

With a relatively light, high-volume, flat-sectioned design, a few seconds is all you get before she loses way.

To sheet in the headsail, you’re given a pair of Lewmar 40 self-tailers just forward of the wheels that also handle a German-style split mainsheet.

Both sets of sheets run through clutches or jamming foot-blocks.

On the subject of characteristics common to modern cruisers, there’s something else you need to accept with beamy hulls that have a hard turn to the bilge and present a very different immersed shape when heeled.

That’s the need to apply constant corrections to the helm as the boat heels, comes upright and heels again in gusty conditions, and it’s the same downwind in a seaway.

Facnor’s FlatDeck furling system keeps the headsail’s tack reasonably low, but the tracks don’t extend far enough aft

Facnor’s FlatDeck furling system keeps the headsail’s tack reasonably low, but the tracks don’t extend far enough aft. Credit: David Harding

Slimmer hulls and slacker sections make for easier handling and more relaxing sailing in many respects.

Form stability and internal volume are what sell these days, however.

And given the space inside the Dufour 390, she handles pretty well.

She’s also respectably handy under power, even if it does take a while before she steers to port in astern.

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A sink with a difference in the aft heads. The mirror can be tilted – a nice touch. Credit: David Harding

Ahead in a straight line, 2,500 rpm from the 30hp Volvo Saildrive (40hp as an upgrade) pushes her along quietly at 6.2 knots.

As for the ergonomics on deck and in the cockpit, everything works pretty well.

Half-depth cockpit lockers each side swallow a fair amount of kit and the sturdy central table incorporates useful (but rarely-found) stowage for smaller items that need to be readily accessible.

Accommodation on the Dufour 390

For a boat of this size, the Dufour 390 offers a good range of interior layouts.

On our test boat, Kevin had chosen the three-cabin, two-heads version: twin double cabins aft, the communal heads to port opposite the L-shaped galley and an en-suite heads in the forecabin.

One alternative is to have a massive athwartships double cabin in the stern.

Another is a three-cabin, three-heads arrangement with a linear galley to port, and a new option has been introduced with a single heads.

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Full bow sections create an enormous forecabin, which features fiddled shelving and hullside ports. Credit: David Harding

Joinery is Moabi as standard; otherwise teak or, as on Kevin’s boat, light oak.

It’s substantial, nicely finished and all made in-house by Dufour.

Down below under sail, nothing was obviously amiss except that the magnetic catches holding the doors open in harbour didn’t all do quite such a good job at 20° of heel.

There was no creaking or groaning, the boat appeared to stay the same shape on both tacks and handholds were generally in the right places.

Dufour 390 below decks chart table

The modest but adequate chart table can be lowered to extend the port settee berth in the saloon. Credit: David Harding

Welcome details include split mattresses in the cabins to allow lee cloths to be rigged up, and large drawers giving access to the stowage beneath the port settee berth.

Abaft the berth – which is 6ft/1.83m long – the smallish chart table can be lowered in Dufour’s normal style and an infill cushion dropped in to form a berth extension.

Another Dufour special – on the options list this time – is the wine rack under the sole by the companionway.

Dufour 390 test verdict

Seen from a distance, the Dufour 390 is attractive in the modern style but does little to draw attention to herself.

Once you have spent time on board and sailed a few miles, however, you come to appreciate some of the features and detailing that are not found on every boat.

You tend to get more if you pay more, and of course there are many more expensive 39-footers (and 37-footers, with or without a moulded bowsprit) that you can buy.

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A German-style split mainsheet leads the tails aft to each helm console. Credit: David Harding

Nonetheless, the Dufour’s designers and builders have done enough to make her different. You would expect some nice styling touches in a Franco-Italian boat and you get them. Even the door handles are nicely shaped for the hand.

Structurally there’s little that’s high-tech about the Dufour 390: a conventional, hand-laid solid laminate in the hull incorporating NPG resin.

Lifting the cabin sole reveals a stiffening matrix and stainless steel backing plates for the keel bolts.

It’s the parts you can’t see that often make the difference, but Dufour doesn’t have a reputation for cutting corners.

Would the Dufour 390 suit you and your crew?

It was interesting to see the Dufour 390 next to a Bowman 40 in the marina before our first sail: two boats of broadly similar ‘box’ length but the latter epitomising the more traditional style – deeper, narrower and heavier.

David Harding

David Harding has been testing boats for over 25 years. He is also a marine photographer and runs his agency, Sailing Scenes

The Dufour represents all that’s modern, complete with hinge- down bathing platform, provision for an outside galley in the stern, a large fixed window in the coachroof abaft the mast that floods the interior with light, and so on.

In heavy weather or for true blue-water sailing, who wouldn’t choose something like the Bowman?

Yet for what the vast majority of today’s owners want from their boats, the Dufour  390 will be much closer to the mark.

She offers all the lifestyle features we have come to expect, and more besides.

The fact that she also performs well when pushed in conditions that not everyone would choose to go out in is undoubtedly a bonus.

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2019 Dufour 390 Grand Large review

French sailboat maker dufour made a splash at the 2019 sydney international boat show with two australian debuts in its grand large range..

The yacht market has become decidedly more cruising oriented, with an increased emphasis on styling, ease of handling, interior appointments and comfort, and recreational water-based activities. The Dufour 390 covers these bases well, with modern lines; easy-to-handle basic sail plan; an airy, apartment-style interior, with mod cons that include USB points and dimmable LED mood lighting; large saloon and cabins with queen-sized beds; plus a novel swim platform, water toy mini-garage and clever, optional barbecue/sink module.

While the impressively lined 430 Grand Large stole the Sydney limelight with its sheer size, the smaller 390 Grand Large showed you could still get a lot of boat for a lot less money.

The Dufour 390 Grand large features a design with even more interior volume than the model this one replaces. It also brings more living space than before.

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A new deck profile introduced with this generation helps maximise headroom below, while below the waterline a redesigned hull features chines that help the yacht to improve its speed.

Price and equipment

The Dufour 390 Grand Large starts from $330,000 for a sail-away yacht.

The base boat you get for that money comes with a three-cabin, two-head fit-out; saloon with eight-seat dinette and chart table; galley with Corian bench and twin sinks; top- and front-opening 12V fridge; two-burner, gimballed LPG stove with oven; twin, tinted companionway doors; 30hp engine with sail drive leg; self-tacking Dacron jib with furler; fully battened Dacron mainsail with two-stage slab-reefing; roof-top halyard and mainsheet winches; drop-down swim platform with ladder; a small garage in the transom; life-raft locker; twin wheels with helm-person’s pop-up foot rests; teak-faced cockpit seats; LED bulwark lighting and a bowsprit with integrated anchor stowage.

You could buy and sail it like that, but most buyers opt for more kit.

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For example, our test boat was set up to appeal to a typical east-coast-Australia buyer who might want to mix cruising and entertaining with twilight racing, and was priced at $395,000.

The equipment list on this boat included: a holding tank for toilet waste; 40hp engine upgrade; deep keel option; 108-percent genoa with track and adjustable cars instead of a self-tacker; reefing lines led to the cockpit; LED navigation lights; leather-covered wheels; shore power kit and 25-amp battery charger; extra battery; 40-litre hot water boiler; electric windlass; cockpit table and teak cockpit floor; rigid boom vang; mainsail boom bag with lazy jacks; mainsheet traveller and German mainsheet system led to twin aft-mounted winches; autopilot, wind instruments and VHF radio; anchor and mooring kit with fenders; outboard motor bracket on the pushpit and a transom-mounted BBQ/sink module.

Hull and engineering

Dufour Grand Large models are hand-laminated in polyester glass fibre, with neopentyl glycol (NPG) resin gelcoat and NPG resin in the first lap mat to form a barrier against osmosis. Floors and bulkheads are laminated into the hull structure. The deck and cabin top are resin-infused sandwich, with polyurethane foam coring.

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A single elliptical rudder is epoxy foam-filled and fitted with a solid stainless bar stock. An emergency tiller is stowed in the cockpit and can be fitted quickly without the need for tools, after a deck cover plate is removed by using a winch handle.

The L-shaped keel is available with 1.50m and 1.95m depths and is bolted to the hull with stainless steel backing plates.

The twin-spreader aluminium mast is a straight, non-tapered section with wire cap shrouds, intermediates and lowers that lead to single chain plates, externally attached to the gunwales. The 9/10 fractional rig has a fixed forestay and twin backstays (an adjustable backstay is optional).

The mast is deck-stepped and supported in the cabin by a keel-stepped, polished stainless steel compression post.

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The boom has three-block mid-sheeting with outhaul and two reefing lines. An optional cabin-top traveller and in-mast furling mainsail are available.

Mast running rigging is led through-deck to recessed jammers on the cabin top, with pre-moused jammers for extra control lines.

Sail control sheets lead to cabin-top winches or aft, in the case of the optional genoa and German mainsheet systems, to sheet winches.

Layout and accommodation

The exterior design of the Dufour 390 is clean and crisp, with nice touches that include flush, rectangular, grey-tinted hull ports that are mounted in a subtle recessed hull moulding.

The bow is plumb, in the modern idiom, and chines feature in the aft sections.

The cockpit is spacious, with vast under-seat bins and ample room for an optional large drop-side table. A lift-up aft seat provides access to the drop-down swim platform. Lifting hand grips make climbing the telescopic swim ladder quite easy.

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An optional barbecue/sink module graces the stern of our test boat. Performance Cruising Yachts says all Australian 390 buyers have opted for it, and we can understand why.

Going below deck on the Dufour 390 Grand Large is easy, with twin opening companionway doors and wide, concave steps.

Ample ambient light gives the saloon and cabins a bright appearance and ‘hidden’ LED lighting kicks in when the sun doesn’t.

The cabin roof features opening hatches and flush-mounted ‘sunroof’ grey-tinted panels fitted with shade blinds, and there are opening ports in the saloon and cabins.

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The L-shaped galley is well laid out with a dual-access fridge with sliding plastic bins to ensure there’s no wasted space, large twin sinks with cutting board covers, a slide-out kitchen tidy and gimballed stove.

The test boat has a two-head, three-cabin layout, but the Dufour 390 Grand Large is also available are a three-head, three-cabin plan, with a saloon galley and a two-head, two-cabin layout, with a transverse starboard aft bed and a huge storage area in lieu of the port aft cabin.

Cabin space is generous, particularly the aft pair that can sometimes be claustrophobic, and storage space abounds. The heads are manual standard, but electric operation is optional.

On the water

We motored quietly and with almost no vibration out of Performance Cruising Yachts’ berth in Sydney’s Darling Harbour into a classic 10-15 knot nor’easter on a warm day without a cloud in the sky.

The Dufour 390 handled well under power and reversed with mild ‘prop-walk’ that could be employed to manoeuvre the beamy boat into and out of tight spaces. I reckon most skippers wouldn’t need a bow thruster.

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The mainsail went up with mild effort on the halyard winch once the boat was head-to-wind to ensure the full-length battens didn’t get caught on the lazy jacks. Those who hoist and lower sails regularly might give thought to an electric halyard winch option.

Unfurling the ‘heady’ was simplicity itself, and it also furled with minimal effort thanks to a tape, not rope, furling line and a low-profile drum. With this system, furling line overrides should be a thing of the past.

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With both sails out it was time to assess the balance of the rig.

I was most impressed with the genoa and battened main paring. With the sheets trimmed on broad and tight reaches the boat needed very little helm input.

Running squarer was predictably unexciting and would have been more interesting with a poled-out optional gennaker off the bowsprit.

On the wind I discovered the only issue I had with the boat’s setup: genoa sheeting angle. When close-hauled the tightly-sheeted headsail luffed, but the mainsail tufts showed that it was pulling nicely, with no sing of luffing near the mast.

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I’m sure a tighter sheeting angle on the genoa would have made the headsail work much better on the wind. However, the genoa car tracks are hard up against the cabin sides, so there’s no way of bringing them inboard, other than by disfiguring the cabin top with tracks.

Dufour’s feedback from its cruising yacht customers obviously indicates that sunbaking space on the rooftop is vastly more important than tracks to allow optimised upwind performance.

For owners who want to do some twilight racing as well as cruising the sheeting issue can be solved quite simply by Barber-hauling the genoa sheets when upwind pinching.

Another upwind performance option is the standard self-tacking jib, but my experience with these headies is that they’re perfect for hands-free cruising, but not powerful enough around the cans.

However, when cruising, a partially furled self-tacker can make a great staysail in combination with a bowsprit-flown gennaker.

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The Dufour 390 Grand Large took off in some sharpish gusts, heeling onto its aft chines and ‘digging in’ nicely.

Typical of a wide-stern, twin-wheel boat there was a noticeable lifting sensation at the windward helm position when the boat powered up and the thoughtfully positioned, flip-up floor wedges provided firm footing.

With the wind averaging 12 knots true, the Dufour 390 averaged around six knots on and off the wind and managed 7.2 knots on a broad reach. It felt balanced on all points of sail and even with the genoa-sheeting compromise it tacked happily through 90 degrees.

Gybing can be tricky, but the Dufour 390 turned its stern to the wind with disdain. Mid-boom sheeting kept potentially dangerous bits of rope out of the cockpit and the boom end swung well clear of cockpit standees.

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The optional German mainsheet system worked well, in conjunction with rope jammers near the aft winches, allowing the drums to accept genoa and main sheet tails alternately.

In summary, the version of the Dufour 390 Grand Large as tested is a nice boat that I reckon is well specified for the cruising and twilight racing market.

Specifications Model: Dufour 390 Grand Large Length overall: 11.94m Length waterline: 10.50m Beam: 3.99m Displacement: 7700kg Draft: 1.50m (shoal)/1.95m (deep) Sail drive: Leg with two-blade, fixed prop Fuel: 200L Water: 380L Holding tank: 50L Mainsail: 40.0m 2 Genoa: 25.0m 2 Jib: 22.0m 2

Priced from: $330,000 including top- and front-opening 12V fridge; two-burner, gimballed LPG stove with oven; twin, tinted companionway doors; 30hp engine with sail drive leg; self-tacking Dacron jib with furler; fully battened Dacron mainsail with two-stage slab-reefing; roof-top halyard and mainsheet winches; drop-down swim platform with ladder; a small garage in the transom; life-raft locker; twin wheels with helm-person’s pop-up foot rests; teak-faced cockpit seats; LED bulwark lighting and a bowsprit with integrated anchor stowage.

Price as tested: $395,000 including holding tank for toilet waste; 40hp engine upgrade; deep keel option; 108-percent genoa with track and adjustable cars instead of a self-tacker; reefing lines led to the cockpit; LED navigation lights; leather-covered wheels; shore power kit and 25-amp battery charger; extra battery; 40-litre hot water boiler; electric windlass; cockpit table and teak cockpit floor; rigid boom vang; mainsail boom bag with lazy jacks; mainsheet traveller and German mainsheet system led to twin aft-mounted winches; autopilot, wind instruments and VHF radio; anchor and mooring kit with fenders; outboard motor bracket on the pushpit and a transom-mounted BBQ/sink module.

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Dufour has been producing sailing yacht 390 Grand Large since 2018. The hull of the vessel is made of fiberglass, its length is 11.93 meters, width - 3.99 meters, and draft - 1.95 meters. It is equipped with twelve seats and six berths for passengers. The model has international CE (A) certification and can be operated on the high seas.

The ship's captain's post is equipped with two chairs and is located on the cockpit - behind it there is a folding galley with a grill, sink and food boxes. In front of the helm station, there are two sofas with spacious lockers, between which a folding wooden table is mounted. At the stern of the yacht, there is a retractable platform equipped with a ladder for access to the water and a towing attachment. Metal railings are installed along the sides and passages leading to the bow platform are provided.

In the model's main cabin, on the starboard side, there is a main galley with a sink, an oven, a refrigerator and boxes for food and dishes. On the port side of the Dufour 390 Grand Large there is a compact bathroom and a helm station with an electronic panel and a wooden table. Further, there are two soft sofas and a folding dining table, and behind them there is an entrance to a spacious sleeping cabin with a bed for two people, a bathroom and a wardrobe. Next to the entrance stairs are doors leading to two compact cabins with double beds and lockers for personal belongings.

The sail area of the model is 71 m². It is equipped with a stationary 30 hp motor. Fuel tank capacity - 200 liters, water tank - 360 liters.

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This latest midsize cruiser from france packs big boat features in an easy-to-handle and stylish package.

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T he capricious winds of Chesapeake Bay got the best of test sailing following the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland. The mid-October breeze ranged from 40 knots to nil, and that’s just what faced us as we headed out of Back Creek aboard the new Dufour 390. Yet the potential of this midsize family cruiser shone through in spite of the zephyr.

Founded by Michel Dufour in 1964, the company has been building boats for more than 50 years just south of La Rochelle, France. These days it is known for high-quality construction, including hand-laminated fiberglass hulls made in open molds and injection-molded fiberglass decks made in closed, two-piece molds. This system creates strong yet smooth decks that don’t require finishing work such as interior headliners. 

The Dufour 390 GL is one of the first new designs to launch following Fountaine Pajot’s acquisition of the brand in 2018. It falls at the shorter end of the Umberto Felci-designed boats that range in size from 31 to 63 feet, all sharing features such as hull chines and beams that carry the full width aft, creating interior volume and improving stability. 

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The cockpit is large. I had to remind myself that this is essentially a 35-foot boat, with a waterline of 34 feet 5 inches and a length on deck of 36 feet 8 inches. (The bow sprit brings the LOA to 39 feet 1 inch.) It’s clear that comfort was priority No. 1. 

The cockpit seats, while not long enough to fully stretch out on, are comfortable with high coamings, and the folding cockpit table has a built-in ice chest with bottle holders. Underneath the port seat is an enormous lazarette, large enough to swallow the cockpit cushions, fenders, lines, a sail and still has room to stash water toys.

The large transom dropped down easily with a block-and-tackle system, exposing what is essentially a patio area with access to the plancha style grill and sink. I could imagine cleaning a freshly caught fish and grilling it up on the spot. Moving forward was swift with uncluttered sidedecks and flush hatches on the cabintop. The molded, self-draining chain locker with an electric windlass is more than adequate for the chain and rode. The fixed sprit provides a tack point for the asymmetrical spinnaker and also keeps the anchor away from the plumb stem to avoid dings.

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  • Capacity 11 persons
  • Length 15.85 m
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  • Water tank capacity 530 l
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Step aboard our D520 GL, Moscow Mule, and experience luxury at its finest. With 3 bathrooms featuring showers , privacy and comfort are guaranteed for all travelers. Equipped with top-of-the-line amenities such as a furling mainsail, bow thruster, barbecue grill, bimini, and a state-of-the-art sound system with exterior and interior speakers , every moment aboard promises to be unforgettable.

Moscow Mule’s fully equipped kitchen boasts a freezer, oven, stove, and high-quality cooking utensils , providing you with the flexibility and convenience to dine onboard or explore the charming restaurants on the islands.

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Embark on an unforgettable journey aboard Moscow Mule, a Dufour 520 Grand Large launched in 2019, now available for charter from Marina Poseidon, Milazzo, nestled on the picturesque coast of Italy. Moscow Mule represents the perfect blend of luxury, comfort, and sailing performance, making it an ideal choice for those looking to explore the stunning Italian seascape and its enchanting islands with sophistication and ease.

Moscow Mule boasts a spacious 3-cabin layout, meticulously designed to comfortably accommodate up to six guests. This generous configuration ensures ample space for everyone on board, offering the ideal mix of private retreats for relaxation and open communal areas for socializing, dining, and creating unforgettable memories. Each cabin is a haven of tranquility, equipped with comfortable bedding, ample storage, and private en-suite facilities, ensuring a restful and rejuvenating stay for all guests.

The interior of Moscow Mule exudes contemporary elegance, with a large salon area that serves as the communal heart of the vessel. Here, guests can gather to dine, unwind, or plan their next adventure in an inviting atmosphere that flawlessly combines aesthetic beauty with functional luxury. Large windows and skylights allow natural light to illuminate the interior, offering panoramic views of the surrounding seascape and enhancing the onboard experience. The adjacent galley is fully equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, enabling guests to prepare and enjoy gourmet meals with ease.

On deck, Moscow Mule offers an exceptional outdoor living experience. The yacht’s cockpit is thoughtfully designed with comfortable seating, a dining area, and ample space for relaxation and socializing. Whether enjoying al fresco dining, soaking up the Mediterranean sun, or taking in the breathtaking vistas, guests aboard Moscow Mule can indulge in the ultimate sailing experience. The yacht’s sleek hull design, powerful sail plan, and advanced navigation equipment ensure smooth sailing performance and easy handling, inviting guests to fully immerse themselves in the joy of sailing, whether navigating through calm waters or embarking on more adventurous voyages.

The Dufour 520 Grand Large is celebrated for its impressive sailing capabilities, offering a perfect blend of speed, agility, and stability for a thrilling yet comfortable sailing adventure. Comprehensive safety features and robust construction provide peace of mind as guests explore the varied landscapes of the Mediterranean.

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  19. Yacht Dufour 390 Grand Large Coast to Coast (9023)

    Compact sail boat Dufour 390 Grand Large Coast to Coast. To rent from Athens - Alimos Marina - Greece. This three cabins boat takes on board 7 persons. Was built in 2021. Small boat 12 m length. Boat is managed by SeaStar Sailing with 19 yachts fleet. This small yacht is the ideal choice for families with children, small groups of friends and ...

  20. Dufour 520 Grand Large, Moscow Mule

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    DUFOUR 520 GRAND LARGE, MOSCOW MULE: SAIL THE SEAS OF THE AEOLIAN ISLANDS IN STYLE AND COMFORT. Discover the extraordinary sailing yacht Moscow Mule, a Doufour 520 Grand Large, launched in 2019 and conveniently berthed at Poseidon Marina in Milazzo, just a stone's throw from the Aeolian Islands. Featuring 4 double cabins, one cabin with a bunk bed, and an additional bed in the spacious ...

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