Sailing BoatsRacing BoatsDehlerModel 41
This Dehler 41 has had one owner from new. She has a three cabin layout (plus saloon berths) with twin heads, fold down mooring cleats, drop down bowthruster, snazzy blue hull, Coppercoat antifoul system, electric halyard winch, One Sails wardrobe, excellent navigation electronics, central heating, twin wheels and much much more as would be expected in a modern performance cruiser. Looking for a performance offshore cruiser then you are looking at the right boat! Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - - Phone number removed -
Offering up to 8 berths in the more sought-after 'A2' & 'C3' Dehler layout. Upforward is the master cabin with the large double V-berth with good stowage underneath. Hanging locker to port. En-suite heads to starboard, with marine toilet & hand basin. Two fixed hull ports and the deck opening hatch, give the cabin plenty of natural light. There is also the Raymarine 70+ display fitted on the forward side of the hanging locker. In the saloon, there is the large U-shaped settee to starboard, double drop-leafed table to centre and a single settee to port. The over head hatch and hull ports, again add to the light and good ventilation throughout the boat. Good storage all around the saloon. The forward facing chart table is aft of the port settee in the saloon. The table is mounted on rails in order to get more people around the saloon table. The chart table has the main distribution panel, the boats computer, Furuno GPS, Raymarine chartplotter & VHF. Fusion stereo system The galley is located to starboard as you come down the companionway steps. It boasts twin stainless steel sinks, pressurised hot & cold water, a large top & front opening fridge. Neptune 4500 gas cooker with two burns, grill and oven. Plenty of good storage underneath and behind the galley. Opposite to galley to port is the second heads compartment with marine toilet, holding tank, basin & shower. Twin aft double cabins in port and starboard quarters. Both with hanging lockers and storage shelves. LED lighting throughout. Eberspacher D4 cabin heater.
Located under the companionway stairs is the Volvo Penta D2-40 which was the bigger option of the engines. 4 cylinders, 40 hp, fresh water cooled via a heat exchanger. Sail drive transmission to a folding two-bladed propellor. Single lever controls. 110 litre stainless steel fuel tank. Regularly serviced. Sail drive diaphragm is the original. Sleipner retractable bowthruster.
Three 12 volt, 135 amp hour domestic batteries - 2018 One 12 volt, 50 amp hour engine start battery - 2013 Two 12 volt, 135 amp hour bow thruster batteries - 2019 Battery management system 240 volt shower power system with outlets Battery charger Alternator charging Inverter Immersion heater
Spars & Sails
15/16th rigged, bermudan sloop. Keel stepped alloy mast and boom by Selden. Dyform stainless steel standing rigging (2013). Dyneema halyards & terylene running rigging (2013). Manual backstay adjuster. Carbon spinnaker pole. Carbon gennaker pole. Slabbed reefed mainsail with 3 reefing points. Stackpack and lazyjacks. Selden Furlex headsail furling system. Two Harken 46.2 self tailing, manual sheet winches. One Harken 46.2 self tailing, manual halyard winch. One Harken 46.2 self tailing, electric halyard winch. Two Harken 50.2 self tailing, manual sheet winches. Mainsail - One Sails - Vantage membrane - 2013 (good) Jib - One Sails - Technora - 2013 (fair) Jib - One Sails - Technora - 2017 (good) Racing Jib - One Sails - Carbon technora - 2014 (very good) A.P Radial Spinnaker - One Sails - 0.9oz nylon - 2013 (very good) Code Zero - One Sails - Technora - 2013 (good) All valeted by One Sails in 2020
Delta anchor with chain & warp Stainless steel bow roller Lewmar electric anchor windlass Mainsail cover Sprayhood Binnacle cover Halyard bags Bathing platform Various fenders & warps Outboard engine bracket on pushpit Cockpit table
Cockpit Raymarine radar Raymarine Axiom chartplotter with Navionic electronic charts Garmin EchoMap Plus with sonar display Raymarine i70 depth instrument Raymarine i70 speed & log instrument B&G Triton wind instrument Raymarine autopilot Down below Furuno GP32 GPS with cockpit repeaters Raymarine Axiom chartplotter Raymarine multifuction repeaters Raymarine AIS transponder Various papercharts Clock & barometre
Fire extinguishers Engine room extinguisher Fire blanket Jackstays Cockpit harness points Harnesses Lifejackets Decklight Masthead and decklevel navigation lights Spotlight Horseshoe lifebuoy Floating light Danbuoy MOB sling Sea anchor Emergency tiller Manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump First aid kit Radar reflector
Manufacturer Provided Description
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. A real beauty in all waters.
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.
GRP hull with painted blue topsides. GRP decks with white moulded non-slip. Cast iron bolted T-keel with a lead bulb. Coppercoated below waterline from new. Some areas under the waterline does have some anti-foul on now. Twin wheels in the cockpit with cable steering to a spade hung rudder.
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