Dufour Announces New Catamaran Range

Dream Yacht Sales of Florida is named a North American dealer for the new range of cruising multihulls from Dufour Catamarans.
overhead starboard view of dufour catamaran 48 at anchor

Dream Yacht Sales Florida Appointed as a US Dealer for the New Dufour Catamaran

A new range of cruising multihulls will be available from Dufour Yachts, starting with the Dufour Catamaran 48 in 2018 and Dream Yacht Sales has been named a Dufour Catamarans dealer in Florida.

Dufour Catamarans has appointed Dream Yacht Sales of Florida as the first North American dealer for their new range to build on their success as a dealer for Dufour Monohulls. Dufour Catamarans CEO Salvatore Serio recently summarized the new allegiance between the companies as a “natural evolution of our existing relationship.” He continued, “We already work very well together with the entire Dream organization. Their resources and expertise with catamarans is a natural fit for our new venture and we are thrilled to name their Florida office as our first North American dealer for this exciting new range.”

Dufour has been manufacturing yachts in La Rochelle, France since 1964 and the yachts have become renowned for their excellent sailing capabilities and beautiful looks. The first model in the range, the Dufour Catamaran 48 is a collaboration between Dufour and Felci Yacht Design and has already been hailed by some as a “new reference” for cruising catamarans. Trademark Dufour styling is evident in the profile and features which offer luxuriously appointed open spaces with elegant finishes and promise of exceptional handling and performance.

The official debut of the new range is planned for Fall of 2018. In anticipation of the official launch, Dufour Catamarans and Dream Yacht Sales will collaborate on a display in the 2018 Miami Boat Show opening February 15th.

Contact us to find out more about the new Dufour Catamaran 48 or to make an appointment to see us at the Miami Boat Show.

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