Allures 45.9 ‘Experience Freedom’
With the Allures 45.9 you won’t have to compromise. She offers you the freedom, ease and performance you expect with the elegance that symbolises the yard’s boats.
A YACHT OF CHARACTER
Which will sail you faithfully wherever you want to go. The Allures 45.9’s size provides comfort, performance and manoeuvrability for a short-handed crew, while maintaining a high level of safety.
Like all Allures yachts, she benefits from a composite deck combined with an aluminium hull, making her elegant, ergonomic, practical, light and very well insulated.
Allures Yachting has always stood out by using aluminium, a material whose resistance and solidity are incomparable. Add to that, a design from the Berret-Racoupeau team and you have a sailboat with pure lines that combines elegance and performance.
In a constant quest for excellence, we have conceived the comfort of this boat down to the last detail to ensure that your experience is unique. Once on board, you will be sure not to run out of space or storage, all the equipment and facilities are ingenious and make your life easier. This elegant model is available in two versions. A centreboarder with reduced draught which can be beached easily, resulting in increased autonomy, and a lifting keel version that reduces the weight by 2,280 kg for those who prefer the speed of a lighter sailboat. The stability of both versions is exactly the same because there is nothing more important to us than your safety.
With the Allures 45.9, we simply offer you freedom.
Centreboard for freedom
Twin rudders for stability and control
Ergonomic cockpit for long distance.
Forward and side windows provide exceptional light and 270° visibility
High-end interior design for an enjoyable life on board at anchor and a functional one at sea
Large storage capacity for self-sufficiency.
Aluminium hull for unsurpassed impact resistance
Watertight forward bulkhead in aluminium
All sail handling manoeuvres led back to the cockpit.
Composite deck for its ergonomics, lightness, insulating properties
Wide, load-carrying hull for its form stability and performance
Aluminium rear arch to optimize peripherals: antennas, solar panels, dinghy
Modern rigging for performance and ease of use.
Like all Allures, the hull of the Allures 45.9 is of course made of aluminium, a material with unequalled resistance, for sailing anywhere, and with complete peace of mind. Are you tempted to beach on this sandbar and go exploring at low tide? Concerned about the possible presence of logs floating as you go up this majestic river? Worried as we approach this narrow pass in the middle of a coral reef to reach this paradise lagoon? In all these cases, proceed carefully but serenely: your Allures 45.9 is ready.
Her composite deck is an exclusive solution, patented by Allures Yachting, and proven for more than 15 years. Not only will you be proud and happy with the elegance of its foam sandwich construction, it will protect you from extremes of temperature, and free you from condensation and a lot of maintenance. Finally, it will give you, in your connection with the shipyard, much more latitude in the positioning of the fittings. But the Allures 45.9 wouldn’t really be an Allures if she did not offer a reduced draught. Or rather two, since for the first time in our range, alongside the immutable centreboard version, a mark of the “Allurien” DNA, a lifting keel version is now available for fans of lightness (2 tonnes gained by the ballast being positioned lower) and therefore performance.
Inside the motto is: “Let the light in!”. The large overhead and side panels of the coachroof not only flood the saloon, galley and chart table with light, they also make it possible to monitor what is happening outside, both pleasant and reassuring.
The “Duo” chart table, the vast saloon that transforms into a huge double bed for watchkeeping or friends come to visit, the galley with Corian worktop and multiple storage spaces, everything has been designed for the blue water cruising. The aesthetics have not overtaken function however, even the exquisite, demonstrating the full talent of the Darnet Design team. Further forward, the three versions of the owner’s cabin, each available with a double berth or a mobile “twin” berth, will certainly meet your expectations. Finally, behind the engine compartment, which is very easily accessed, a large bathroom with separate shower is in front of the traditional and essential technical room, which is also accessible from the cockpit via a large opening panel. Unless you have opted for the three-cabin version, in which case your VIP guests will have the same cabin as on the starboard side, where storage, ample sleeping space, light and ventilation compete to know which of these criteria has won the day in the design. Safe, functional and elegant, the fittings of the Allures 45.9 are particularly adapted to life at sea. The headroom throughout, the remarkable quality, the choice of materials, the natural or artificial light, all offer an exceptional living environment.
|Draft Lift Keel:
|1.06 m / 2.90 m
|Fuel Tank Approx:
|Fresh Water Tanks:
|60/75 HP (Sail Drive)
|Up to 8 Berths
Safe, practical, uncluttered, the accommodation is suited to life at sea. The generous headroom and large portholes create a great living area in exceptional surroundings. At sea, at anchor, the Allures 45.9 is a comfortable yacht.
Owner’s version – Sailing for several months or even years, just the two on board; this version is made for seafarers – the vast technical space on port enable you to stow all the equipment needed for a limitless cruise. The after cabin and the extra berth on a frame, allow you to invite family and friends for a pleasant cruise.
Cruising version – Perfect for sailing as a couple or as a family and invite friends; this plan can accommodate up to 6 persons on board (8 if one uses the convertible bed in the saloon). The en suite in the owners’ cabin offers a welcome privacy on long cruises.
Family version – With 8 berths and 2 washrooms; this configuration has a large capacity of accommodation and is ideal for family cruises. It is easily adaptable to longer passages with a limited number of crew (cabins used for stowage).