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Allures 45.9
$770,000 Euro
48ft 5in

Extremely rare opportunity to take delivery of a Allures 45.9 in September 2022

Hull #32 of Allures Yachting’s dynamic sailing yacht, the 45.9, is currently under construction and will be ready for delivery in September 2022. Designed by the Berret-Racoupeau design office and built by the experienced Allures shipyard, getting this aluminum world cruiser in such a short time-frame presents an incredible opportunity. Highlights include two-cabin layout, insulation above waterline, washing machine, lithium battery package, Hydranet sails, solid windshield and spray hood, air conditioning and diesel hydronic heat, full safety package, solar panels, and complete B&G electronics.

Name of vessel Icecoral
Model Allures 45.9
Year 2022
Builder Allures Yachting
Designer Berret- Racoupeau Yacht Design
Price $770,000 Euro
Location Cherbourg, France
Length (feet) 48
Beam (feet) 14'6"
Draft (feet) 3'6"
Displacement (pounds) 27778
Ballast (pounds) 10583
Engine model Volvo D2-60
Engine horsepower 60
Engine hours 1
Fuel tank capacity (gallons)
Water tank capacity (gallons)
Holding tank capacity (gallons)



Hull in marine aluminum alloy (5083 H111 for aluminum sheets and 6060 T6 for extruded profiles) welded under neutral gas atmosphere through a TIG or MIG process. Welds on hull side are controlled by penetrant inspection and/or radiography. Chainplates and backings welded on the hull/deck structure. Watertight bulkhead welded to the hull.

Deck, roof and cockpit built in GRP (PVC high density foam/felt sandwich) by vacuum infusion process. Interface with hull through gluing and aluminum riveting. Self-draining cockpit

Hull topsides: finish with adhesive acrylic covering. Matt color.

Polyethylene water tank 420 L

Built–in aluminum fuel tank 625L


Mast with double spreaders and boom in anodized aluminum alloy

Deck light, top light, stainless steel halyard outlets

Mast foot with blocks

Genoa furling system

Mainsail halyard running to the cockpit

Genoa halyard

Mainsail sheet running to the cockpit

(2) mainsheet traveler control lines running to the cockpit

Main sail outhaul line running to the cockpit

(2) automatic reef line and 3rd reef with (2) lines control from cockpit

(2) genoa sheets running to the cockpit

Boom vang, line running to the cockpit

Centerboard lifting line

Centerboard down line, running to the cockpit

Standing rigging single strand stainless steel cable

52m² mainsail with 3 reefs

48m² furling genoa


Lewmar deck hatch size 70 (sail locker)

Lewmar flush deck hatches size 44 (1 front cabin, 2 saloon)

(4) Lewmar flush deck hatches size 10 (front cabin)

(2) Lewmar deck hatches size 03 (bathroom and aft cabin)

(2) Lewmar opening side portlight size 2 (1 in aft cabin/one in bathroom)

(8) hull portholes (2 in front cabin, 4 in saloon, 1 aft cabin, 1 in technical locker)

PMMA 10 mm roof front windows

PMMA 10mm roof side windows

Fuel deck fillings, anti-overflow system

Water deck filling

Mainsheet track with traveler, trim tackle and clutch

(2) genoa sheet tracks with lead blocks

(2) ST 50 self-tailing 2 speed primary winches

(2) ST 45 self-tailing 2 speed coachroof winches

(2) locking winch handles (Lewmar One-touch)

(2) storage boxes in the cockpit

(9) single cam Spinlock clutches on coachroof

(2) genoa or staysail foot/lock-off blocks 8 mooring cleats 330 mm welded on deck

Mooring cleat in anchor locker

(2) mooring cleats 160 mm on the arch

(2) 3 metre stainless steel handrails on coach roof

Pushpits, pulpits and stanchions in polished stainless steel 316L with insulation.

(2) pulpits, (2) pushpits, (6) stanchions on sides, portside and starboard side accommodation gates, (2) stanchions on transom.

Double lifelines made of 4 mm single strand stainless steel cable, fixed fork end

GRP cover on coachroof to hide lines

Rope box in cockpit next to companionway with self-drain

Large cockpit locker on starboard side over technical room

Lewmar T70 hatch under port side cockpit seat

(2) lockers under aft cockpit seats

Fire extinguisher

(2) gas bottle storage under aft cockpit seats

Storage for life raft accessible from the swimming platform

Stainless steel bathing ladder and cold and hot shower on the bathing platform

Aft arch/gantry for electronics and use as davits with manual hoist to lift the tender

Steering wheel system with (2) leather sheathed wheels (900mm) in direct transmission with the rudders

(2) NACA profiled rudders with tube welded to the hull and self-aligning bearings

Gas control and (2) compasses

Closed bowsprit with rollers for (1) anchor

Fairlead and cleat for aft mooring

Electric vertical windlass 1000w with warping end

Cockpit seats laid covered with Flexiteek 2G PVC and toe rail with Flexiteek finish

Transparent anti-slip surface on transom


Interior design by Frank Darnet Design

Interior woodwork in Alpi wood, either solid, bonded laminated or marine plywood

Main bulkheads in 19mm and 25mm bonded laminated

Furniture in 10 and 15 mm bonded laminated (bottom trapdoors in 5mm marine plywood)

Head in white laminate Floors in 19mm laminate

Large numbers of opening floor hatches to facilitate maintenance

Linings made from marine plywood (8mm) covered with white vinyl

Furniture hardware for marine use

Door restraint in all cabins

All mattresses and cushions in 120mm thick foam with removable fabric cover


Double berth with slatted mattress and ventilated storage space under berth

Ventilated storage locker

Seat with cushion + fire extinguisher

Shelf unit along hull

Access to electrical panel

Access to steering system

Large access to technical space

Access to engine room

LED deckhead light + switch

(2) halogen swiveling reading lights

220V plug + USB plug


Workbench/worktop with storage boxes

Access to central technical space

Access to steering system

Led light + switch

220V socket


Separated shower closed by Plexiglas door, bath seat and 12V evacuation pump

Marine toilet with manual pump

Black water tank

Wash basin with pressurized hot/cold water mixer tap on counter with storage space

Mirror, (2) LED deckhead lights + switch

Access to engine room


Central settee with seats and backs

Drawers for storage

Bottle storage under the sofa

L shaped settee to starboard (seats and backs) with storage space

Large fixed saloon table with edge

LED overhead spotlights + switch

(2) lampshade lights


(2) stainless steel rectangular sinks

Synthetic stone worktop

Pressurized hot and cold water mixer tap

Seawater foot pump

Stainless steel oven and 3 burners stove on gimbals, electronically lighting, pan holders, stainless steel handrail

Fridge with (2) stainless steel drawers (144L)

(2) overhead shelf units with dresser

(2) large, ventilated storage units, one including plastic removable storage tray

Storage for cutlery

(6) LED overhead spotlights + switch

220V socket

Gas shut-off valve

Fire blanket + Fire-extinguisher


Panoramic two seat chart table with two storage spaces under seats and storage spaces on sides

Stainless steel back with cushion for front seat

(2) bookshelf storage spaces

(2) large drawers under chart table for charts

Anthracite front panel for electronic equipment

Asymmetrical panel for navigation chart-plotter

12V electric panel; 18 functions with double pole circuit breakers, electrical leak detector, voltmeter, navigation light indicators and alarms, 4 220V indicators, bilge pump alarm, main bilge pump control panel, water and fuel gauges

(2) led overhead spotlights,

Spot red/white LEDs (night function)

12V socket + (2) USB, 220V socket


PMMA 8mm retractable door with locker Horizontal PMMA 15mm panel with teak handle

Teak finishes

Companion way steps from marine plywood and anti-slip tape

Access to engine room by central panel on gas springs and lateral trapdoor


Double berth with slatted mattress and ventilated storage space under berth

(2) drawers under bed

(2) high and (1) low shelf units along hull

(2) seats with storage and cushions

(1) commode and mirror on mast bulkhead

(2) ventilated hanging lockers and storage

(3) LED deckhead lights

(2) halogen swiveling reading lights

(1) 220V socket + (2) USB


Pressurized fresh water system

20L water-heater (220V and via heat exchanger)

Water distribution by bronze manifold (to isolate each piping)

Main 12V electric bilge pump

Secondary 12V electric bilge pump

Electrical bilge pump in sail-locker

Manual bilge pump


Volvo Penta D2-60 sail drive 60hp diesel engine

Double-pole engine insulation

Engine compartment soundproofed with engine mounted on silent blocks

Acoustic insulation by viscoelastic mass and absorbing foam

Forced air ventilation

Engine instrument panel with alarms

Three blade propeller (17’’)

Fire alarm


12V-115A alternator on the diesel engine

25m offshore AC extension cord

220V electrical panel with 3 outgoing lines and breaker

Battery charger 220V/12V/30A

Load balancer

(3) outlets

(3) batteries 108Ah (1 for engine, 2 for service)

Windlass battery (60Ah)

Bipolar battery switches 250A

PSM battery manager


(2) sacrificial anodes on hull, (1) sacrificial anode on sail drive, (1) sacrificial anode on centerboard


Length overall: 14.75 m

Hull lenght: 13.70 m

Maximum beam: 4.43 m

Draught when centreboard down: 2.90 m

Draught when centreboard up: 1.06 m

Lightship displacement: 12.6 t

Ballast weight (lead): 4.78 t

Water tank: (approx.) 420 L

Fuel tank: (approx.) 625 L

Rig Dimensions: I: 16.34 m, J: 5.14 m, P:15.67 m, E: 5.47 m

EC certification: A category

Architect:: Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design

Designer: Franck Darnet Design

Construction: Allures Yachting




Outside fabric color: Sunbrella SUNTT 50089 Beige Chine

Lazy bag and headsail UV covers: Sunbrella SUNB P054 152 Titanium

Cockpit cushion color: Silvertex 122402 Sterling

Dinette cushions: Microfiberg TA5014 Sepia

Flexiteek: Teak with black lines


Classic type interior in American cherry Alpi veneer

Separate head and washbasin in forward cabin in lieu of wardrobe and console

Saloon table convertible into an additional bed (table with adaptable pedestal)

Polyester micro-fiber fabric in the salon – Color: TA5000 Sable

Lee cloth for one berth

Integrated fly screens on main hatches – Oceanair hatches for forward cabin, saloon, aft cabin and head

Pleated blinds on cabin windows both sides and forward

Additional porthole starboard side over salon


Hull insulation above waterline

Hydronic heating system with 6 outlets

Triple energy 40l heater – heats from shore power, engine and hydronic heating system

40,000 btu air conditioning in 220v – 8,000 BTU in forward cabin, 27,000 BTU in salon, 5,000 BTU in aft starboard cabin

(8) cabin fans

Extra Vitrifrigo 75l freezer

Microwave oven

Washing machine compact 3kg – 220v

Electric toilet

Selector valve for sea/fresh water at foot pump kitchen

Safe box with code


Dual Racor fuel filters


Solar panels 520w – on arch including 50a MPPT charge controller

(2) Sterling alternator charge boosters

Isolation transformer 3600w – allows input of 110v 60hz or 220v 50hz shore power

Lithium electricity pack

(3) 12v 200ah batteries, 150amp charger/3000 watt inverter and interface


B&G electronics pack:

Starboard helm station:

  • 9” Zeus 3 plotter with pod and handrail at wheel
  • Triton OP12 autopilot controller

Port helm station:

  • Triton2 displays with pod and handrail at wheel
  • Triton OP12 autopilot controller

Chart table:

  • Triton2 display
  • V60 VHF radio
  • NAIS400L AIS and antenna splitter


  • NAC3 autopilot computer
  • JEFA DU-DD2 12 power unit
  • 9RTM2 compass
  • Masthead windvane/anemometer
  • ZG100 GPS antenna

B&G Halo 24 radar

Complete second autopilot system – drive with computer, feedback and selection switch

Stereo pack – Fusion RA770 with vhf/hifi switch, two interior and two cockpit speakers


Increased size of winches ST50 to ST55

Electric ST45 Evo winch replacing ST 45 manual model

Adjustable genoa cars in the cockpit

Granny bars at mast

NACA profiled centerboard

Drop leaf cockpit table with bottle box and cover

Cockpit floor covered with Flexiteek include swim aft platform – Color: teak with black lines

Cockpit cushion in Silvertex fabrics – Color: Silvertex 122401 Sterling

Bimini with zip compatible with cockpit tent


Sail pack – full batten mainsail on cars, lazy bag, rigid boom vang

Staysail on a furling system with running back stays

Fittings for asymetrical spinnaker – halyard, sheets, barber haulers and blocks

Spinnaker pole with fittings along mast

Upgrade for Hydranet sails (mainsail and solent)

Upgrade for Hydranet staysail



Mooring pack (6 fenders with socks, 4x10m mooring lines, 2x15m mooring lines, 1 fender step)

Premium anchoring pack (Spade anchor 25kg, 80m of 10mm chain, 2x50m nylon rope, anchor snubber plus Fortress FX37 stern anchor, 1x50m 16mm nylon rope of which 20m is metal weighted, shackle and storage bag for anchor)

Premium safety pack for 6 people (without anchoring and books)

  • Viking RESCYOU UKSL 6 person liferaft
  • grab bag for liferaft
  • jacklines

(6) Spinlock Deckvest 6D inflatable lifejackets with hooks

(6) Spinlock tethers

(1) Foghorn

(1) ocean safety horseshoe set

(1) safety mirror

(1) offshore signal kit

(1) offshore medical kit (to be completed)

(1) hand bearing compass

(1) Cras measuring rule

(1) traditional divider

(2) 10 litre plastic bucket with line

(1) set of wood plugs of different sizes

(1) set of 3 flags (30x40cm) National, N and C

(2) plastic light

(1) black ball signal

(1) black cone signal

(1) safety blanket

(1) lead line

(1) rescue sling

(1) IOR telescopic pole

(1) ICOM watertight floating VHF



Solid windshield with sprayhood

Towing eye welded at forefoot

Flexofold propeller

Bow thruster and windlass in 24v

Second alternator

B&G hailer/fog horn on mast

Navigation/mooring LED light

External sunworker covers for front and lateral windows

Cover for wheels

Force 10 3 burner stove upgrade

Gas and CO alarm with solenoid control panel

Windlass command at pedestal

Welded eye closed on bowsprit

Multi function bracket on transom

B&G WR10 wireless autopilot remote

Boom topping lift upgrade to same size as main halyard

Sonihull ultrasonic antifouling protection system

Additional welded aluminum cleats on top of the aft platform

Chain washing pump in sail locker

Stainless handrails on the aft platform

Watermaker preinstallation (welded through hull with strainer, valve and plug for sea water inlet, overflow through hull, water tank connector, fresh water outlet with valve for rinsing and fitting for HP pump)

Generator preinstallation (welded though hull with scoop, valve and strainer for sea water inlet, welded through hull for engine exhaust, welded fittings for generator)

(3) watertight Scanstrut USB sockets (at port helm, near port speaker and starboard speaker)

(2) USB sockets in the cabin (each side of bed in forward cabin)

(5) additional AC outlets 230v

Upgrade all AC outlets to USB models



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