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1970 Dufour Arpege

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The Arpege was built in La Rochelle France by Dufour. It became well known for Half Ton Cup racing. It is a spacious boat, with a 9 ft beam and great use of storage. The companionway is access over the engine cover to the sole. At the foot of the companionway, the navigation station is to starboard and the galley to port. The chart table has a large sloping top with access to a ample chart storage below. The galley is port of the companionway with a 2 burner alcohol stove. The saloon has two settees with storage below and quater berths outboard. The fore peak contains the head, shelf and hanging storage, a sail storage area and the chemical waste treatment holding tank.

Equipment on Board:

Depth sounder, Icom VHF radio, knot meter, new Ritchie Compass, new awlgrip in 2003, Furlex roller furling, spinnaker, Jenoa, working jib and main.

Dufour Arpege
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