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The Alegria is a 45’3” (49’6” including swim platform) express cruiser with a 13’10” beam on a vee hull with 19 degrees of dead rise. The interior layout has two staterooms, two heads, salon with galley to port and above decks are helm and companion seats, port side lounge with table and in the cockpit, an entertainment centre. The Alegria’s innovative design by Christophe Lavigne and the Doral Research and Development people in Grand Mere, broke new ground in many areas. The Alegria does away with the transom in the conventional sense. The seatbacks are the transom and hold substantial storage for lifejackets, fenders, lines, shore power cables and the fresh water wash down. The two-part transom door has custom latch hardware and leads to a full teak cockpit floor that was most impressive. Two floor sections lift for engine room access. The cockpit is one big entertainment area with seating for a dozen or more; lights, sound system and the refreshment centre with ‘fridge, ice maker and an electric grill make this special. At the helm, twin adjustable bucket seats with flip up bolsters, make looking over the windshield easier. Nicely in the driver’s field of view are the analog engine instruments but you will largely be watching the Raymarine colour screen to see your course, speed and far more. There are numerous lit switches including controls for the tabs, bow thruster and the sliding electric windshield.Side decks are walk-around wide and the bow includes a wash down, chain locker and an electric windlass. The anchor is polished stainless steel with the Doral name cut into it. Going below, down four floating steps, the galley is just ahead to port. The main head is conveniently located by the companion way and the aft cabin lies below the helm but has sitting height, twin beds with spring mattresses, port holes and lighting. The salon is special. In fact the joinery work is remarkable. The Doral has full teak and holly sole instead of carpet. The Alegria features a full fiberglass inner liner. This is great for cleaning and keeping musty odors out, adds strength and even a measure of safety. Throughout the cabin, curved varnished wood cabinetry lines the hull sides. Everything is curved. The lounge curves up the starboard side and has a polished cherry table. The cabinetry is all mahogany and African hardwood done in 12 coats of hand-polished, high-gloss Italian varnish that is a mix of polyester and polyurethane. Past the curving forward bulkhead lies the master with private head and shower, huge overhead hatch and the island queen berth. Relax as you watch the flat screen TV or listen to one of the stereo systems. Both heads have vacuum flush.
GPS - Raymarine C120
Radar - Raymarine open radar
Television - 26" LCD flat screen TV in saloon, 14" flat screen LCD TV in master stateroom & aft cabin
Hot & cold water system
Surround sound system - Home theatre system in main saloon
Anchor - Electric anchor windlass
Teak laid cockpit
Hot & cold swimming shower
Hydraulic trim tabs - Electric trim tabs with indicators
Sink & drainer
All the information on this advert is correct to the best of our knowledge, but cannot be guaranteed until the point of sale.
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