• Boat type
    Sailboat
  • Boat Length
    39
  • Cabins
    3
  • Max. Guests
    8
  • Build Year
    2010
  • Crew Options
    Not Crewed

About Dufour 405 Grand Large

Boat Features

Layout
  • Up to 8 guests in 3 Cabins
Auxiliary
  • Dinghy
Cabin
  • Bed linen
Deck
  • Bimini top
  • Cockpit table
  • Double steering wheel
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • External loudspeakers
  • Fenders
  • Hot/cold cockpit shower
  • Mooring ropes
  • Spare anchor
  • Sprayhood
  • Swimming ladder
  • Teak cockpit
Kitchen
  • Galley equipment
  • Gas stove
  • Microwave oven
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
Navigation
  • Autopilot
  • Chart plotter
  • GPS
  • VHF-DSC Radio
Other Equipment
  • Bilge pump - automatic
  • Bilge pump - manual
Safety
  • EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons)
  • Emergency signals
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
  • Life jackets
  • Life raft
  • Safety harnesses
Sails
  • Full batten main sail
  • Lazy bag
  • Self tacking jib
Toilet
  • Hot water
Under deck
  • CD player
  • Internal loudspeakers
  • Wine cellar

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Rent this boat
Dufour 405 Grand Large
From the following locations
Horta, Portugal
Note: There may be a surchange when renting from bases other than Horta, Portugal

About Portugal

The charming country of Portugal sits squarely on the western portion of Europe's famed Iberian Peninsula. Notable as a point of departure for 15th and 16th century explorers such as Vasco da Gama and Ferdinand Magellan, Portugal offers a comfortable Mediterranean climate, exceptional sightseeing and deliciously diverse cuisine.

Sailing aficionados find plenty to love about Portugal. Numerous marinas and anchorages dot the coastline from Caminha in the north to Troia on the central coast to Lagos in the south. Sailboat rentals, houseboat rentals and fully crewed boats for hire are available in many if not most Portuguese ports. Clean coastal seas provide a bountiful assortment of seafood and shellfish that local chefs serve with pride. Rent a boat in Portugal and try your luck trolling for a local cod called bacalhau. In Portugal, sailing conditions are generally good with trade winds of up to 20 knots blowing more than 300 days of the year. Twice-a-day tides range roughly three meters. Expect southerly currents in summertime and northerly currents during winter months. Heavy swells are known to shut down smaller ports, especially along the country's rugged northern coast.

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