The number one Leisure Cruising Sailboat
COMFORT AND PEACE OF MIND
Safety is a prerequisite when designing Allures sailing yachts, and the 45.9 is no exception to this rule such as, an aluminum forward bulkhead, rigging led back to the cockpit, and shock-resistant rudders. You can have complete peace of mind on board this globetrotter. . However, onboard comfort has also been thought through right down to the slightest detail, to create a unique experience at sea. This approach, based on the expertise of the Berret-Racoupeau design office, the experience of the Allures shipyard and the feedback from owners of Allures sailing yachts, makes the 45.9 a market leader for anyone planning a long-distance sailing project.
The elegant nature of the Allures 45.9 is immediately obvious to anybody who has seen it during a stopover, or, better still, under full sail. The deck’s foam sandwich composition, as well as the finely crafted insulation of the aluminum hull, will protect you from extreme temperatures – high or low – and prevent any condensation. The Allures 45.9 would not really be an Allures if it did not give you reduced draught, which is accessible in two ways. In fact, for the first time within the range and along with the centerboard version provided for all the Allures, a lifting keel version is making a debut appearance with the 45.9, which provides lightweight displacement and increased performance without compromising the boat’s stability when at sea in any way.
The design for Allures 45.9 lets natural light flood into the interior. The coach roof’s large overhead and side panels enable you to keep a sharp lookout both at sea and when anchored. From the ‘Duo’ chart table to the large saloon which can be turned into a double bed, the galley with a Corian worktop, and the multiple storage spaces, everything has been designed for ocean cruising. Towards the front of the boat, the three versions of the owner’s cabin, each available with a double berth or a mobile ‘twin’ berth, will meet your expectations. Finally, towards the back of the boat, behind the easy-to-access engine compartment, there is a bathroom with a separate shower next to the technical room, which can be accessed from the cockpit via a large opening panel.
|Draught (Centerboard) |
Draught (Lifting Keel)
|1,06 m / 2,90 m
1,06 m / 2,90 m
Displacement (Lifting Keel)
|Freshwater tank capacity||420 l|
|Diesel tank capacity||625 l|