Dufour 37



Hull shapes are continually evolving, take full advantage of the very latest designs which offer a more relaxing sailing experience as well as enhanced volumes down below.

Size isn’t everything and whilst this new model only has a hull length of 10m, she certainly has all the size and feel of a 37 footer.

All the familiar Dufour DNA has been incorporated into the Dufour 37 along with some exciting and interesting innovations.

The interior is bathed in natural light and this has to be the first yacht of its size to offer a true owners master cabin forward where you can sleep with your head forward.

The layout of the cockpit makes it easy to move around the deck and the large cockpit offers a great out doors space where you can entertain in style with the now familiar integrated BBQ.

Exterior Highlights

The 37 benefits from a modern stable hull as you would imagine on a modern racing yacht. The rounded lower hull offers greater sailing comfort whatever point of sail you are on.

The hull is built using the infusion process which offers great strength but also allows more control during the build process.

The mast has been lengthened to to give increased sail area and greater performance.

She has a single rudder and twin steering wheels which offers great visibility at the helm with all the advantages of sail handling and manoeuvrability of a single rudder boat.

You can opt for either a self tacking jib or the 108% overlapping headsail. Adjustable tracks and cars are replaced for barber haulers to control the sheeting angle of the headsail and naturally you can fly Asymetric Spinnakers or Code Zero’s from the dolphin bow.

Interior Highlights 

Down below, the Dufour 37 has large deck windows creating a light and spacious space at any time of day.

She is offered in two layouts. The two cabin layout allows a very large heads and two well balanced accommodation spaces. But naturally if you require more accommodation then you can opt for the three cabin layout. Both layouts offer the option to convert the saloon table into a double bed.

Double doors open up into the forward cabin which has ample standing space and plenty of head room.

The size and comfort of the forward cabin is rarely found on a yacht of this size. There is the option to sleep with your head facing forward or aft as you prefer. The standard configuration is to have you head forward but there are two infil pieces which make the aft end of the bed the full width of the boat.

As you would expect there is a fully functioning galley with generous storage, fridge and 2 burner cooker.