Doral Alegria 2006 349 000,00 $ CAD

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349 000,00 $ CAD

Cummins Diesels. Freshwater Moored since New until 2019. High Quality Gorgeous Woodwork and Finishing.


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Warranty: Lifetime
Hull Shape: Modified Vee

LOA: 49 ft 6 in
Beam: 13 ft 10 in
Headroom: 7 ft 0 in
Deadrise: 19 ° at Transom
Dry Weight: 30000 lbs

Total Power: 1708 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: QSC8.3
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 425
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 1208 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: QSC8.3
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 1208
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 500 HP

Cruising Speed: 30 mph
Maximum Speed: 35 mph

Fresh Water Tanks: (92 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (74 Gallons)

Number of double berths: 2
Number of heads: 2

Outside Equipment/Extras
Electric windlass

Manufacturer Provided Description

Doral's sport yacht Alegria has been admired, enjoyed and has set new standards worldwide for what a boat in its class should offer. Carefully crafted, Alegria is designed for the uncompromising boater. Whether you are on deck or down below, this sport yacht exudes the heart and soul of our design team. Their dedication to building a boat with amazing performance without sacrificing your need for comfort and elegance will not go unnoticed. From the carefully crafted design of the cockpit salon to the cabin plan, Alegria shows pride in craftsmanship and guarantees enjoyment for years to come! Whatever your expectations of a boat of this class, Alegria will exceed them.

Canadian Yachting Magazine Review

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. It’s all under a stylish hardtop.

Within that basic envelope you get more tricks and toys than Santa has himself. There’s so much to comment on, that we hope you will forgive us for racing through the basics.

The remarkable features start at a distance. The test boat had the optional colored hull sides. It was our first clue about the effort Doral has put in. It looked like a black gel coat band down the hull sides but as we got closer, the sunlight fell differently and we realized it was midnight blue pearlescent paint. Subtle but impressive.

The Alegria’s innovative design by Christophe Lavigne and the Doral Research and Development people in Grand Mere, breaks 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. This all looks pretty good but it gets better.

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 RL 120 and RayChart with GPS and 12” colour screen to see your course, speed and far more. There are numerous lit switches including controls for the tabs, bow thruster and my favorite; the sliding electric windshield.

When we talked to designer Christophe Lavigne, it was the first thing he mentioned. Hit the switch and the centre windshield section slides forward and under a cover. Slide the cabin hatch door closed (once everyone is out!) and you can fold out a ladder with wide steps leading up through the windshield and out to the deck. The stainless steel hardtop supports act as handholds.

We suspect owners will spend a fair bit of time on front deck enjoying the two built-in teak lounge chairs and the teak seat that is nestled into the peak of the beefy stainless steel bow rail. 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! You won’t want to loose this one!

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 central vacuum system is there too. It is nice but not special.

The salon is special. In fact the joinery work is remarkable. The test boat had a 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 has a remote control vibrating mattress. Relax as you watch the flat screen TV or listen to one of the stereo systems. Both heads have vacuum flush MSDs. Dual zone heat and air conditioning throughout the cabin, adds the final measure of comfort.

With all the features, it is no surprise that the Alegria is a hefty 30,000 lbs but we found the twin 6 cylinder, four-stroke Cummins 500hp diesels moved this boat nicely. The tiny sport wheel and even tinier ZF single lever controls are great. 

From rest, the Alegria gathers speed in a rush that takes the boat to planning speeds in as little as 10 seconds. The Cummins’ are turbocharged and after cooled engines that were quiet and pleasant sounding. The engines are straight shaft installations and that helps keep the bow down while planning off. Tracking was accurate, the ride very solid and we could cruise at around 1,600 rpm doing about 20 mph, with a little tab down.

Top speed was 34.8 mph at 2,660 rpm and we could haul the wheel over hard with little drama. At 30,000 lbs, this is no nimble sport boat but it handled very well for its size. The Alegria seems to do everything well in fact.



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.

Canadian vessels are for sale while located in Canada and are not for sale while located in the USA. Foreign registered vessels are not for sale while located in Canada.

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