Three boats in one hull. The winning recipe of the Dufour 530


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Dufour has always accustomed us to being a cutting-edge shipyard. Suffice it to say that the first mass-produced boat was invented almost fifty years ago by the French shipyard itself with the legendary Arpege. Now Dufour has invented something brand new, a single boat that becomes three separate, different boats.

Dufour shows us all of this at Milan Yachting Week – The digital boat show in the harbor and at Race Nautica‘s booth

The designer recounts the genesis of the Dufour 530

How did they accomplish this? If you want to understand how the famous Dufour shipyard managed to make one model into three different boats go immediately to see the Dufour 530 progenitor of this new production philosophy.

First also go take a look at what the people who designed the boat, the Italian firm Felci Yacht Design, tell us about how they came up with the concept of reconciling ample cruiser space with a sporty spirit in the same boat, with easy handling. In any case.

The three versions for every need

To find out in concrete terms the winning recipe of the new Dufour 530, get on the boat by clicking HERE. You will find a video that instantly shows you what oversize spaces on a 53-footer (m 16.35 x 4.99) the designer Felci and the Dufour shipyard managed to achieve but also the beauty of its ultra-modern lines.

Then, you are given a full explanation of how the three versions of the Dufour 530 differ, which are:

Easy version developed for ease of maneuvering

Ocean version developed for long navigation and super-accessorized

Performance version developed to combine comfort with high sailing performance

Finally discover by visiting the Dufour 530 the ingenious four versions of the interior layout from 3 to 4 cabins + 2 .

Just one click to get in touch

And if you would like to elaborate with a site manager or book a visit via email or whatsapp, you will find buttons in the booth to activate contact with a click.





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