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New Yacht Review - Trade a Boat Review the Dehler 41
"Becoming part of the larger Hanse Group has in no way compromised the build process of Dehler Boats, which has always been renowned for its level of quality and artisanship.
Indeed at this stage Dehler continues to utilise its own manufacturing line at Freienohl near Dusseldorf.
I deliberately avoid the use of the work production as the build process would be considered highly labour intensive by most.
The Dehler 41 is a full vinylester lay up boat with a foam core. this process is much more expensive than polyester and balsa but provides considerable advantages from the point of view of stiffness and lightness, elements key to the success of any cruiser/racer"...
Check out this Yacht Review - Yachting Life Magazine Review the Dehler 41
"London Boat Show's cruiser racer ticks all the performance and comfort boxes. ...the Dehler was the cruiser racer show stopper" writes Yachting Life chief test editor Andi Robertson.
"I am a great believer that when a boat looks right it will sail well and from that view point alone the Dehler 41 has a lot going for it. It is well proportioned, is easy on the eye and really just does look exactly what you would expect from a totally up to date modern cruiser racer.
Dehler have always had a good reputation for quality and we are looking forward to seeing a few more boats, now they are at competitive prices"...
Check out this Yacht Review - Sails Magazine Review the Dehler 41
"Often with so called cruiser-racers the compromises negate one another, leaving you with a bouncy cruiser and an under performing twilight racer.
Not so with the Dehler 41 which really does offer the prospective owner both cruising and racing paths to follow.
The performance cruising route has a flush mounted furler, cockpit table, folding bathing platform, microwave, inverter and moderate draft.
Alternatively with IRC/ORCi racing in mind the second path would be a deep lead keel, carbon or alloy rig with movable bowsprit, open cockpit and forestay taken right to the stem"...
Check out this Yacht Review - TradeaBoat Review the Dehler 29
Although a new arrival down under, the Dehler 29 has been around for a few years...
... Long enough to have won Europes Boat of the Year Award in 1997 and Cruising World Magazines Boat of the Year Award in 1999.
The upswept-port cabin top makes the Dehler 29 fit with newer models in the range.
The impression of space is heightened by the fact that the forward V berth is undisguised clearly visible behind a forward bulkhead...