Dufour T7


One of the smallest centre-cockpit designs widely available, at 22ft. The T7
appeared in 1980 and sold 250 in two years. With two berths in the saloon
and two in the aftercabin, reached via the cockpit, she was and is popular
as a family cruiser. Her lifting keel gave her a minimum draught of about a
foot, but she had almost full standing headroom (1.8m, just over 6ft). She was
lightly constructed, but a good performer. A smaller, aft-cockpit design, the
Dufour T6, was also produced.


LOA 6.70m (22ft) LWL 6.23m (20ft 5in) Beam 2.50m (8ft 2in) Draught 0.30m to 1.37m
(1ft to 4ft 6in) Displacement 1,018kg (2,240lb)