This model will suit the Australian and New Zealand markets where there is a growing popularity in short handed racing. Not only club racing but the longer offshore races such as the NZ SSANZ series and in Victoria the ORCV 2 handed series and – the pinnacle of two handed races – the Melbourne to Osaka . The 200 litre water ballast, structural strength, keel fin and streamlined 9ookg lead keel bulb are all features of a design that maximises speed and stability. Find out more about the boat here
A Hot Performance Cruiser – Ric Hawkins knows his racing and he’s so excited about this new model from Dehler! He has put together this race ready package on hull number 51 which will be arriving in Australia in June. The first one has just arrived in Melbourne.
Dehler 34 # 51 simply looks fast, the black wheels and competition cove lines create an added edginess. You can’t really tell but that teak in the cockpit is actually synthetic – the looks without the maintenance. The side decks are in a light grey anti slip – ideal for that agile race crew of yours.
If you want the best of both worlds you are probably considering the Dehler. It is for sailors who want a performance edge but don’t want a “racing boat” interior… High quality comfort is also a must.
Dehler 42# 68 – optioned with the carbon competition rig for more sail area and less weight and of course the competition design keel & rudder.
Do you like the edgy gun metal wrap? We chose this for the boats Australian premiere at Sydney Boatshow. It looks hot and is sure to make you sail faster…
Prefer white – no worries – we’ll peel the wrap off – after the show and magazine photo shoots.
Down below you will be surprised , the Dehler interior is not what you are expecting – it’s as stunning as the lines of this boat.
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