'Baremka', a 1974 Dufour 34 Sailboat For Sale
by Dave and Robyn
FOR SALE: 1974 Dufour 34 currently located at Falmouth, Cornwall, UK.
Builder: Dufour (La Rochelle, France)
Designer: Michael Dufour
Year Built: 1974
Hull Type: Monohull, fin keel with a skeg rudder;
Construction: White GRP hull, deck and superstructure;
Keel: GRP and iron fin encapsulated keel;
Double skinned roof and decks;
LOA: 33.58 ft / 10.24m;
Beam: 10.75 ft / 3.28m;
Draft: 5.82 ft / 1.77m;
Displacement: 11,400 lb / 5,171 kg;
Ballast: 4,000 lb / 1814 kg;
Interior Headroom: 2.0m (saloon), 1.92m (galley).
- 2006 - Beta 28 BD1005 (regularly serviced);
- TMC 40M gearbox;
- S/S 25mm shaft drive;
- Bronze 3 bladed propeller.
Rig and Sails:
- Seago G-Raft 4 man life-raft (needs servicing);
- Fire blanket;
- Fire extinguishers;
- MT 400 EPIRB;
- Jack stays;
- Radar Reflector.
- Sloop rigged;
- Alloy spars;
- Standing Rigging: Stainless Steel;
- White Dufour slab reefed Mainsail;
- White roller Genoa;
- White and Blue Nylon Roller Jib;
- White Nylon Snuffer Spinnaker;
- 1 x Lewmar Mainsail winch (starboard side of hatch) (serviced 2018);
- 1 x Self-tailing winch (for reefing/topping lift) (port side of hatch);
- 2 x Lewmar Genoa sheet winches (serviced 2018);
- 3 x Lewmar winches on the mast (serviced 2018).
- Binnacle Compass;
- Brookes and Gatehouse Speed Log;
- Brookes and Gatehouse Wind Indicator;
- Brookes and Gatehouse Echosounder;
- Raymarine Autohelm System (fitted May 2015);
- NASA Weatherman Radiotelex five-day weather forecast unit (May 2015);
- Cobra Marina and DSC VHF;
- Hecta Depth Monitor (Brookes and Gatehouse);
- Hornet 4 Sailing Monitor (Brookes and Gatehouse);
- Apelco GPS GXL 1100 (currently not in use).
- 3 x Numax 110ah domestic batteries (2018);
- 1 x Numax 110ah engine battery (2018);
- 12v 20 amp battery charger (2018);
- 240v shore power;
- 120w Solara solar panels;
- Rutland 913 wind generator and regulator;
- All interior lights replaced with LEDs (2018).
- Simpson & Lawrence windlass;
- 15kg Rocna Anchor (2018) with ~50m 10mm chain;
- 18 lb Danforth Anchor with ~90m 8mm rope and chain;
- 12x fenders (various sizes and shapes);
- Folding swim ladder;
- Navigation lights;
- 2 stainless steel fuel tanks (1 main plus 1 secondary, currently not used) approx 45 gallons total;
- 2 flexible plastic water tanks: 135 litres each (270 litres total);
- Plastic holding tank (with macerator - currently not in use).
- Indel B fridge;
- Deep semi-insulated box next to fridge (used as drinks storage);
- Plastimo Neptune 2000 cooker (oven, 2 hobs);
- Stainless steel sink;
- Draining board;
- 2 original Dufour plates;
- 2 original Dufour bowls.
Tender and Outboard:
- Sleeps 6;
- 2 x forward cabin;
- 2 x saloon (port side double berth);
- 1 x saloon (starboard side berth);
- 1 x pilot berth behind chart table;
- Blue upholstery (replaced in 2005 - all in very good condition apart from large v-berth cushion);
- Teak interior joinery.
(available under separate negotiation)
- Accastillage Diffusion AD250 Aero 3 man tender (August 2017)
- Yamaha F2.5 hp outboard (August 2017).
has been our home since May/June 2017. She has safely taken us around Northern Europe over the past couple of years. We left the East Coast of the UK in July 2017 and after a successful trip across the North Sea, visited The Netherlands where we explored Amsterdam and ventured into the Markenmeer. We then headed back out via the North Sea Canal past IJmuiden and followed the Dutch coast south, past Belgium and onto the North and North West coast of France. We thoroughly enjoyed exploring lots of little ports along the way and eating lots of delicious food! We wintered in Jersey, Channel Islands in 2017/18 before crossing the English Channel to Cornwall in April 2018. After an incredible summer exploring the Cornish coast and Isles of Scilly, we spent the winter of 2018/19 in Falmouth. Baremka
is currently moored in Falmouth, Cornwall. The only reason she is for sale is because we are expanding our crew in the near future! She has been an excellent home for us the past couple of years and we will be very sad to see her go. Baremka
is an excellent, solidly built vessel that has proven herself multiple times over and kept us feeling safe on our travels. She has an excellent amount of storage space throughout - we couldn’t believe how much stuff we had stashed away in her lazarettes, lockers and cupboards over the past two years! Before she was our home, she spent the previous 12 years in the Med where the former owners spent the summers aboard exploring the Greek islands and winters stored ashore before returning via the French Canals to the UK in late 2016.
The survey we commissioned in April 2017 and more photographs are available for anyone seriously interested in purchasing Baremka
. More Information: Disclaimer:I have written this listing to the best of my ability and taken great care in its preparation, however, the correctness of these particulars are not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his/her own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or have an engine trial conducted. This vessel is subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.