Dehler 41

| January 9, 2012

Dehler 41

50 years of German craftsmanship paired with a meticulous strive for perfect engineering have created a boat unrivalled in her offer to the proud owner. Dehler, a truly elegant sport-cruiser with a well recognized edge for performance. Whether indulging on a relaxed cruise or competing in a hard fought race: Her merits do not have to be won over and over. She already holds all records of most importance to her owner. She is a boat made for those who know what really matters in sailing. An easy yet fast sail with that extra backup in safety due to her rigid construction is what she can offer to make a swift and safe journey a well remembered event.

Dehler 41 sailing

Newest design criterias and methods were used by judel/vrolijk & Co. design to shape the new Dehler 41. The main task was to create a yacht that could easily be used for top level IRC and ORC racing as well as for elegant cruising. Sleek lines, light and narrow appendices were the outcome of the design approach making the Dehler 41 so appealing to the eye. Different keel configurations are of course available so are optional rig materials. In combination with our dearest values in boat building, we created a true and elegant classic. Classic not in its looks or sailing capabilities, but classic how she follows a long tradition of elegant and easy to handle sailing yachts made by Dehler. A modern deck layout with double wheel steering, a roomy cockpit and the possibility to open the transom are just a few details that make this a truly versatile yacht.

Dehler 41 interior

Her steep appendages create room for both crew and material. This results in double transom cabins with enough head space or in a single port cabin with access through the bath if needed. The lavish bow cabin with her roomy cupboards will please any future owner. On board the Dehler 41 the navigator’s seat with its adjustable table has been moved to port. The galley and the L-shaped sofa are placed to starboard. By this we received a clever space concept and perfect weight distribution of the boat.

LOA 12,40 m

LWL: 11,50 m
Beam: 3,93 m
Draft Racing: 2,40 m
Draft Shallow: 1,98 m
Draft Standard: 2,15 m
Displacement Racing: 7.990 kg
Displacement Shallow: 8.390 kg
Displacement Standard: 8.195 kg
Ballast Racing: 2.995 kg
Ballast Shallow: 3.265 kg
Ballast Standard: 2.995 kg
Engine (Volvo): D2-40 (39 hp)
Fresh water: 295 l
Fuel tank: 110 l
Mast length above WL: 19,80 m
Total sail area: 92,00 m²
Mainsail: 55,00 m²
Jib (105%): 37,00 m²
Gennaker: 132,00 m²
Spinnaker: 149,00 m²
I: 16,50 m
J: 4,65 m
P: 16,10 m
E: 5,70 m
Design: judel / vrolijk & Co.

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