31m Compositeworks sailing catamaran Allures

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31m Compositeworks sailing catamaran Allures joins market

15 January 2024 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 30.5-metre sailing catamaran Allures has joined the market with David Legrand of Fraser.

The Bureau Veritas-classed yacht was built in carbon fibre in 2006 by Compositeworks and Technicomposit in France then refitted in 2016 and 2021.

Lying in Saint Raphael, France, Allures is asking €9,000,000

Her exterior design is by Paul Elie Renaud and interior by the experienced owner and F. Delabarre. Naval architecture is by J.J.Coste and the owner was closely involved in the project.

Rich mahogany and fig wood interiors, complemented by leather fittings, feature throughout. A master cabin is situated on the main deck and there are two doubles and two twin cabins in the hulls – one presently configured as a captain's cabin – accommodate an owner's party of eight to ten. There are quarters for four crew in two cabins forward. 

The broker pointed out that Allures sails at an impressive 20 knots in "normal conditions" and has reached speeds in excess of 25 knots under sail. The 36-metre carbon wing mast rotates to allow the highest performance from the Cuben fibre sails. 

The 135GT sailing yacht for sale may also cruise under power at 12 knots with her twin 355hp Cummins diesel engines. Range under power is 1,500 nautical miles at 11 knots. Draught can be reduced from 4.1 metres to 2.2 metres and her beam is 13.1 metres.

Lying in Saint Raphael, France, Allures is asking €9,000,000.

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Compositeworks   30.51 m •  2006

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