Another winning creation by Felci Yacht Design, the Dufour 460 is brimming with timeless style and sophisticated touches that take the sailing experience to a new high. This 46-foot monohull is a purebred beauty, true to the Dufour lineage of excellence in both aesthetics and performance.
Striking hull lines are accentuated by pronounced hard chines that help achieve both beauty and balance. Inside, the expansive saloon and galley have the feel of a full-fledged yacht, both in the sheer volume and the refined finishes.
The Dufour 460 is a legendary cruiser that will elevate every onboard experience, whether blue-water sailing or moored in your favorite anchorage.
Form and function harmonize effortlessly on the deck of the Dufour 460. The gentle curves of the coach roof are low enough for excellent visibility from the twin helms, while leaving space for wide side decks for easy movement.
While many will choose the Dufour 460 for its performance, she is an entertaining wonder. Upon mooring, the thick-cushioned bench seats convert to excellent sunbathing beds, and the large aft deck enhances the livability of the cockpit. The drop-down transom does dual duty as a bathing platform and the ideal space to make use of the innovative outdoor galley hidden under the rear seats. The grill master aboard will appreciate the Eno grill, sink, and plenty of counter space.
The front galley layout of the Dufour 460 affords the saloon lounge area an impressive width, further enhanced by plenty of natural lighting. The large dining table with thick-cushioned L-shaped and bench seating, as well as additional reading seat, provide premium comfort for the crew, and the LED lighting enhances the space for a warm ambiance. The owner’s cabin offers unexpected features such as a large queen-size berth and separate water closet.
The designers have made the Dufour 460 available in 4 efficient layouts that are sure to meet every cruising need. The popular forward galley layout offers 3-cabins and 2-baths. Layouts featuring the longitudinal galley to starboard can accommodate larger crews with options for 3-, 4-, or 5-cabins.