Their brief with the Dehler 41 ?...to produce a performance racing yacht - competitive under the ORC and IRC rules - but also with good all round cruising qualities.
Looking to win a few regattas next season?...
You might want take a look at the new Dehler 41.
This is the first Dehler yacht to be fully developed under the Hanse group designers Judel/Vrolijk.
Judel/Vrolijk designed America's Cup winner 'Alinghi' - so they know a thing or two about making yachts sail fast.
Their brief with the Dehler 41?...
... to produce a performance racing yacht - competitive under the ORC and IRC rules - but also with good all round cruising qualities.
A tough ask!
Team Windcraft is delighted with the way this yacht is shaping up prior to her launch in May this year.
The designers have come up with a fantastic hull. The contemporary stern ensures maximum waterline length when she is fully powered up. This combined with good IRC rating measurements will have you leading the pack.
The long deep T-bulb keel (with all the weight at the bottom) provides a great righting moment and so the yacht can carry a large sail area.
The optional carbon rig, keel and interior configurations allow you to choose how competitive you would like to be.
The trademark Dehler quality finish and interior will give you and your guests comfort on board, and ensure the highest possible re-sale value.
And the price?...
Being part of the Hanse group has clear advantages. More buying power means quite simply that the new Dehler can maintain traditional quality at a very competitive price.
The current strength of the Aussie dollar means Windcraft can offer the new Dehler 41 at a starting price of just $326,000.