Dehler 44 stands for fast, quality performance sailing. It comes whith many options. It has ad teak deck, Harken winches, North sails, heating, carbon spinnaker boom. It's a 3 cabin version with 2 wet cells. The boat is located in Breskens and ready for viewings. Definitely worth a visit. Contact us for more information: +32485858356
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Dehler Yachts
Designer: Simonis / Voogd
Flag of Registry: Belgium
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 13.70 m
Beam: 3.86 m
Maximum Draft: 2.50 m
Ballast: 3500 kgs
Dry Weight: 9700 kgs
Manufacturer Provided Description
The objective of the Dehler 44 is to become the leading regatta cruiser between 42ft and 46ft. The 44 aims to achieve this by offering the fastest passages, with the smartest exterior as well as interior design. During the design study, there was a strong focus of Simonis & Voogd to achieve a fast and sleek hull with better control and ease of handling. A 21st century yacht to be ahead of the pack. The Dehler 44 has as standard, the innovations as shown in the various images, and will be available in 2 layouts, with options of a u-shaped or longitudinal galley, with interior designs of elegance (stylish) and avant-garde (modern) in 3 different executions : Dehler 44, Dehler 44SQ and Dehler 44 Regatta.
Ergonomic self draining cockpit with open transom and removable utility box for bringing the boat in racing mode.
Two steering wheels on diagonal pedestals integrated in cockpit sole.
Large lockers on starboard and port side.
Cockpit seats covered with teak. Flush teak covered cockpit floor with cockpit table that can be stored totally flush in cockpit floor.
Locker in cockpit floor direct behind saloon entrance with flush hatch covered with teak for life raft storage.
Possibility to open the middle part of removable utility box for easy entrance to cockpit.
From the water via a stainless steel swimming ladder that fits in the cockpitfloor.
Or via a gang-way which is realized by the swim-mingladder.
This entrance can be closed with GRP panels that can be stored in the starboard part of the utility box.
Possibility to entrance the cockpit via the transom when the utility box is in and the middle part is closed via integrated steps covered with teak.
Additional a stainless steel safety boarding ladder integrated in the tran-som
All furniture, lockers, cupboards and drawers are made of light mahogany with straight grane.
Floor made of dark teak with black stripes.
Trims and fiddle?s made of black egger wood.
Bulkheads and hull inside panelling made of light wood.
Ceiling innerliner rough spraypainted in off white.
Ample storage space.
?Southco? Knobs & Handles.
On portside and starboard U-shaped sofas.
Sofa?s covered with Baumann Beige upholstery.
Rounded storage cupboards on both sides.
On starboard side navigation station with large chart table, storage space for charts and nautical books and recessable panel for navigation equipment with carbon look.
Ergo-nomical u-shaped galley.
Spacious double berth, feet towards bow.
On portside a head with pump toilet incl. holding tank (50L) with deck extraction, shower, wash basin and storage cupboards.
On starboard and port side identical aft cabins with spacious double berth and cupboards.
Sail-drive with 2 blade ?Flex-o-fold? folding propeller.
Alternator 14V /115A.
Luxuriously control panel with digital hour indicator, oil pressure, temperature and voltage indicator.
Engine maintenance set.
Dieseltank, approx 200 litres, with indicator.
Hull and deck are built using the hand lay up method after spraypainting the gelcoat in the mould.
The laminated construction consists of hydrolysis proof vinylester resin, multidirectional fabrics and end grain balsa wood core as sandwich material.
All structural internal members are blended in with the interior mouldings into one large hull liner which creates a clean finish inside.
This distributes the keel and rig forces evenly along the laminated construction.
Through hull fittings placed in a recess.
Internally the lami-nate is sealed using topcoat.
Open transom with removable utility box
All sheets and halyards adjustable from cockpit.
Electric anchorwinch installed in anchorbox with foldout anchor roller system, ?Delta? anchor (20 kg) and chain (30 m)
Open pulpit, lifelines and 2 divided pushpits.
6 aluminium foldable mooring cleats ?Nomen?.
Halyard organizers ?Spinlock? on couch roof
12 Halyard stoppers ?Spinlock? mounted on coach roof.
Mainsheet traveller system with continuous adjustable slide, mounted on cockpit floor, ?Harken?.
Geman mainsheet system with sheet lead underdeck on both sides
Genoa tracks, continuous adjust-able from cockpit ?Harken?.
Filler nozzle for watertank (2x)
Filler nozzle for fueltank (2x)
Flush channel as preparation for integrated sprayhood
1 halyard Harken winch HB48.2 STEA electric
1 halyard Harken winch HB48.2 STA manual
2 genoa Harken winches HB60.2 STA manual
2 mainsheet Harken winches HB48.2 STA manual
2 winch handles with 2 winch handle pockets.
Flagstaff with flagstaff holder
Two stainless steel steering wheels covered with leather.
Two magnetic compasses mounted on steering pedestals.
Stainless steel safety boarding ladder in transom under the cock-pit floor
Stainless steel foldable swimming ladder in combination with gang-way
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Warps and fenders
Cockpit table teak flush recessable in cockpit floor
Rollable integrated Sprayhood
VHF preparation (wiring and antenna)
ST60+ package Raymarine consisting of separate displays for Speed, Depth and Wind mounted in garage.
GPS Raychart 435 Raymarine at navigation table
Deck and cabin construction
Deck is produced in vinylester resin.
Sandwich construction with end grain balsa core to provide strength and insulation.
Aluminium reinforce?ments laminated in for all fittings.
The hull and deck are laminated to create an inte-grated structure.
The anchor locker is self-draining and closing with hatch on deck.
TBS on deck and teak on the cockpit floor and seats inclusive.
A 2,20 meters deep led, iron / foam / epoxy bulb keel.
The upper part of the keel consist of a steel construction, covered by 2 GRP shells filled with foam, the lower part consists of a led bulb which provides a extremely low centre of gravity.
The head of the keel is shaped as a cone which is situated in its female opposite inside the hull.
This prevents peeling forces on the floor beams.
The floor beams, laminated into the hull, distribute the keel and rig forces evenly along the laminate con-struction.
Sails & Rigging
Seld?n aluminium, keel stepped, tapered mast with:
3 sets of spreaders
Stainless steel shrouds (compact wire) with roll-formed terminals
Deck tip cups.
Hydraulic backstay adjuster ?Holmatro?.
Roller reefing system for headsail with underdeck drum ?Furlex? type TD 300S.
Spectra main- and jib halyard.
Mainsail outhaul adjustable from cockpit.
Dehler reefing system for reef 1 and 2
Mainsheet led underdeck aft to cockpit to both port and starboard winches
North Sails Mainsail 61 m? C-cut Dacron 2 reefs, 2 full batten, 3 short batten
North Sails Genoa 105% 46 m? C-cut Dacron with rope luff sys-tem and UV protection
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.