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Dufour 32: The spirit of the fleet

by The Yacht Sales Co. 5 Nov 2021 22:02 GMT
Dufour 32 © Yacht Sales Co

New to the Dufour Yachts range, the Dufour 32 continues the spirit of the shipyard's fleet with its innovative and sporty design, lively handling and simplicity of manoeuvring.

Like its predecessor, the Dufour 32 delivers outstanding performance, and the yacht's interior has been completely redesigned to afford unprecedented volume for a boat this size.

An innovative deck plan

The Dufour 32 features, for the first time on a 32-foot sailboat, a superb rear sundeck that enjoys adjustable shelter for comfortable relaxing at sea. The cockpit's rear door has been innovatively designed to be removable, creating an expansive area for entertaining that evokes the space of a much larger yacht.

The exterior deck areas are also optimised, with a retractable helm that provides even more exterior space while guaranteeing incomparable rudder thinness and maneuverability at all times.

Remarkable sporting performance

The Dufour 32 delivers impressive performance at the helm.

In the Performance version, take advantage of a removable mainsail hoist: at the bottom of the cockpit or on the roof, depending on your cruising plans.

In the Standard version, the maneuvering plane and mainsail carriage are positioned on the coachroof to deliver eminently comfortable cruising.

Inside: a warm and well-designed space

The interior of the Dufour 32 is extremely generous and has been fitted with large deck portholes for ambient natural light throughout.

Two cabins are a sanctuary for private relaxation, while the central saloon table conveniently converts to an additional berth for extra guests.

Make the Dufour truly your own by selecting your interior décor and one of the three available options for this model.

The Dufour 32 is an outstanding example of a big small yacht, offering incomparable space for couples and families to enjoy time together on the water.


  • LOA: 10.31 m / 33.8 ft
  • Waterline length: 8.7 m / 28.5 ft
  • Hull length: 9.36 m / 30.7 ft
  • Hull width: 3.31 m / 10.9 ft
  • Draft: 1.9 m (1.6 optional) / 6.2 ft (5.2 ft)
  • Light displacement: 4900 kg
  • Ballast weight: 1330 kg
  • Fuel capacity: 90 L
  • Water capacity: 160 L
  • Engine power: 19 HP
  • Sail area: 56 m2
  • Main sail area: 34 m2
  • Genoa sail area: 22 m2

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