310 Grand Large

On The Water Guide Price - £126,500 inc vat

Quick, fun and responsive

At just over 30 feet (9.67m) The Dufour 310 may be the smallest in Dufour’s Grand Large range but she has bags of character and is great fun to sail.

She follows the same iconic style, features and principles of all her larger Dufour sisters demonstrating superb performance and is easy to steer short-handed or even single-handed. Her easy handling makes it an ideal first boat, especially for couples or a young family, and perfect for cruising coastal waters and snuggling into the best, sheltered havens and anchorages.

As well as offering a lot of performance the compact Dufour 310 makes smart use of the space above and below decks for both practical purposes and fantastic comfort for onboard living.

 

KEY FEATURES

  • Powerful performance from the high aspect ratio sail plan
  • Advanced and balanced keel shape and twin rudders designed to maximise control.
  • Option for lifting keel which draws 0.95 up and 2.1 down.
  • Integrated self tacking headsail as standard with options for 108% overlapping genoa for simple sail handling.
  • Low positioning of gooseneck to help handle and pack the mainsail.
  • Swept back spreaders and full width chain plate attachments negating the need for backstays, creating greater space along the side decks better movement and in the cockpit for improved comfort and access.
  • There are good hand holds around the coachroof and a deep wooden toe rail for extra support.
  • Twin Wheels for optimum visibility and comfortable steering position.
  • On the aft deck there is a generous locker for a life raft and a wide drop down stern bathing platform.
  • Below the starboard cockpit seat is a spacious full depth locker.
  • All control lines are led aft to the two primary winches either side of the companionway.
  • Generous levels of solid wood creating a sophisticated living space.
  • Curved surfaces around the chart table, galley and saloon areas allow smooth movement around the boat.
  • Large master aft cabin with 2m L shaped bed.
  • Cleverly designed forward cabin. The full sized double bed can be made smaller through neatly folding away the first third of the bed.
  • Double forward cabin doors which can open up the entire front bulkhead help create an open communal space.
  • L shaped galley includes a proper fridge and large sink with plentiful stowage areas.
  • Traditional fixed chart table.
  • Spacious heads compartment with a dedicated wet area.

Key Features

  • 2 Cabins / 1 Heads
  • 19Hp Volvo Engine
  • 1.9m Deep cast iron keel
  • Fullbatten mainsail / Self tacking Jib
  • Oak Interior / Grey Corian / Oak Floorboards
  • Hot / Cold cockpit shower
  • 25 amp battery charger
  • Shore power with outlets in saloon and cabins
  • Cockpit roof winches
  • Electric windlass
  • Cockpit table
  • Lazy bag c/w lazy jack lines
  • Cooker with Oven & 2 burners
  • Fridge
  • Solid teak on cockpit floor, seats and opening transom
  • Radio / CD / MP3 Player with internal and external speakers
  • Sprayhood
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Towel and dining set
  • Antifouling
  • Mooring Kit

Raymarine Electronics pack

  • Log Speed Depth & Wind c/w i70 display
  • Evolution Autopilot with rotative drive and p70 control head
  • GPS Axiom 7 on starboard helm
  • Ray 50 VHF aerial
  • AIS 700

Price

€110,579 ex vat
UK Delivery and Commissioning £9,098 ex vat

Full Options and Pricing details available on request.

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LAYOUT & SPECIFICATION

CONSTRUCTION
  • ArchitectUmberto FELCI
  • Year2013
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
  • Overall length9.67 m
  • Waterline length8.70 m
  • Hull length9.35 m
  • Max beam3.31 m
  • Light displacement4900 kg
  • Draft - Standard 1.90 m
  • Draft - Shallow Keel1.60 m
  • Retractable Keel0.95 m - 2.1 m
  • Keel Weight1330 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity90 L
  • Water Tank Capacity 160 L
  • Engine (Volvo) 19 hp
  • Sail Area50.4 m²
  • Main Sail Area33.5 m²
  • Genoa Sail Area16.8 m²

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