The New Sailing Yacht Dehler 41: A Real Beauty In All Waters

By on September 15, 2010
Dehler 41

At the Dehler-Race-Day of the ORCi World Championships in Flensburg, North Germany, Dehler Yachts and the design-office Judel/Vrolijk & Co will present their latest project Dehler 41.

Dehler 41

Bringing all his design experience from past Americas Cup’s and other premium sailing events along, Rolf Vrolijk himself and his design crew took on the challenge for this new design. The main task was to create a boat that could easily be used for both top level IRC and ORC racing as well as cruising in modern style. No matter if racing with a competitive crew or a double hand weekend, the boat will cater for both those demands. Sleek lines, light and narrow appendices were the outcome of the design approach making the Dehler 41 so appealing to the eye.

Dehler 41

Like all Dehler boats, this Dehler 41 was designed with a passion for sailing and quality in mind. Different keel configurations are of course available so are the optional rig materials. All in all a boat that will get you a lot in return to live your passion.

Specification of the Dehler 41:

LOA: 12.40 m
LWL: 10.75 m
Beam: 3.93 m
Draft: 2.00 m (standard)/2.40 m (racing)
Displacement: 8,000 kg
Ballast: 3,000 kg
Mainsail: 54.35 m2
Jib: 36.80 m2 (100%)

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