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|Length||36 ft / 10.97 m|
|Location||Annapolis, Maryland, United States|
|LOA||36 ft 4 in / 11.07 m|
|Length at Water Line||30 ft / 9.14 m|
|Beam||12 ft 4 in / 3.76 m|
|Max Draft||4 ft 11 in / 1.5 m|
|Displacement (Half Load)||13090 lb|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 42 gal (Plastic)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 90 gal (Plastic)|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 20 gal (Plastic)|
When the young couple that own Harmony bought her in late 2016 as a live-a-board and world cruiser they were still learning what type of boat they wanted. Now, after half a year of ownership they realized that the boat they really want is an old Amel 40 for their circumnavigation plans. Harmony, a 2003 Dufour 36, is a lovely boat that is very nicely set up for coastal and Caribbean cruising. They are the third owners of this never chartered boat.
The husband is a marine professional who fixed the few things that showed up on the survey and installed a reverse cycle air conditioning.
She is berthed in Annapolis and ready to show now. She has an October 2016 survey available that was done by one of the most respected surveyors in Annapolis.
The MD 2030 is a marine engine of advanced design manufactured from quality components and designed to fulfill customer requirements. This high quality engine is under the companionway in a very well insulated engine locker.
The MD2030 is fitted with freshwater cooling as standard. This reduces internal corrosion and enables the engine to maintain a consistent and optimal working temperature under all conditions. To avoid galvanic corrosion the engine is equipped with the unique electrical isolation between engine and transmission.
Smooth running with very low vibration levels results from dynamically balanced design incorporating a flywheel of high rotating mass and high efficiency rubber isolation. The engine's high torque provides excellent operating characteristics to aid maneuvering, particularly in confined spaces.
The sideboard galley, while not ideal offshore, is preferred for coast sailing or living aboard. The salon bench seat is an ideal leaning post while underway, and the long counter gives the chef plenty of room to prepare food. At the stainless steel deep double sink you have the convenience of hot and cold pressure water as well as a foot pump for when you are conserving water or battery power. A 5 gallon quick hot water heater under the sink ensures hot water is always available.The two burner propane stove with oven is made by Eno, a well respected French company that brings euro style to the galley.There is ample storage for your stores and the Dufour plates and cups.
Harmony has the preferred two cabin one head layout which is rarely seen on this often chartered design.
Forward Master Cabin
The forward cabin has an offset queen sized berth to port with a luxurious Froli mattress system. For storage, you have a large hanging locker plus many cupboards and shelves. A small settee is a lovely spot to get dressed while underway.
Six can easily sit around the 48" table. There is a L shaped seat to port, and running down the center of the salon is a long bench seat that also makes a nice leaning post for the chef in the galley.
To port and aft of the salon, is a good sized navigation station. All of the electrical panels are hear as well as your radios. At the dock, it is a very nice area for working or taking care of your ships papers.
Aft of the Navigation Station is a good sized guest cabin under the cockpit. There is plenty of standing room for your guests to get dressed. There is a hanging locker plus other storage. For ventilation your guest has two opening ports and an overhead hatch.
The advantage of a single head in a boat this size, is that it leaves the builder plenty of room to install a large shower stall, which Harmony has in spades. For your pleasure, there is hot and cold pressure water at the shower and the sink. The proven and reliable Jabsco head has plenty of elbow room for comfort.
The cockpit on Harmony is well spaced and ergonomically designed. The teak decked seats are comfortable and long enough to nap on. All lines are led aft to make single handing easy. Swim steps make entering and exiting the boat from the water easy. I prefer the single helm at a binnacle over the more common dual helms used today. I think it makes backing the boat much easier.
The double spreader aluminum rig is equipped with a lazy bag and a full batten main sail. This main has two reefs that can be set from the cockpit. She has a roller furling 130% genoa plus an inner forestay for heavy weather work.
For line handling, two Lewmar 40 self tailing winches handle the sheets. On the cabin top to either side of the companion way are the Lemar 30's, also self tailing, for the halyards and other sail controls. 8 spinlock clutches keep everything organized.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.