The Dehler 36CWS is a superb fast cruiser with club racing credentials which benefits from Dehlers unique Central Winching System, which means all major sail controls are handled from the cockpit with a single powerful electric winch. This makes her idea for short-handed cruising, while also providing comfortable accommodation for six crew. This looks to be a very tidy example which benefits from the shoal wing keel option.
SEE THIS BOAT AND OVER 50+ MORE AT THE WHYBOATS USED BOAT SHOW 16TH - 25TH SEPTEMBER AT DEACONS BOATYARD, 5 MINS FROM M27 J8
DEHLER 36CWS BUILT BY DEHLER YACHTS OF GERMANY TO DESIGNS BY VAN DER STADT
GRP Hull and deck with Kevlar reinforcement
Yanmar 3GMF 27hp marine diesel
Engine and gearbox oils and filters changed Jan 2016
New cutlass and shaft seal in May 2015
Brunton Autoprop with rope cutter
Sterling 40A charger with remote control.
NASA BM1 battery monitor.
Two 220Ah domestic batteries to starboard under front saloon seat.
Fractional rig with self tacking jib option track fitted
Alloy mast boom and spinnaker pole
Dyneema reefing lines
New standing rigging 2006
Furling headsail - new furler 2006
Stack pack main with lazy jacks, and slab reefing,
Removable bowsprit for gennaker with furler and reefing line led back to cockpit
Mainsail - loose footed fully battened by Sanders Sails - 2005
Genoa with vertical battens by Sanders Sails - 2008
Gennaker with furler by Sanders Sails - 2005
Spinnaker - unused
Central two speed electric winch in cockpit
2 x spinnaker winches
Raymarine Radar Pathfinder SL70 with the head visible from the helm.
Raymarine 6001+ Autohelm driving an electric ram with wireless remote.
Raymarine ST50 wind.
Silva log and depth.
GPS repeater at helm.
Garmin GPS 128 coupled to the autopilot for waypoint/route following.
Original GPS as spare
Standard Horizon VHF with remote mike, has ATIS number programmed, needed in Holland.
NASA HF etc radio
SLEEPS SIX IN TWO CABINS PLUS SALOON
Woodwork detail in mahogany
Blinds to all windows and hatches
Forward cabin with large bed and good standing space.
Two wardrobes each side, one used to be a wash basin now converted to a cupboard plus storage space.
Lockers to the front and sides.
The under bed space currently has the spinnaker and genniker but there is still some space left.
Saloon with U-shaped dinette - converts to double berth
Linear galley to port with plenty of working space and fridge under to port.
Four burner gas cooker with oven and grill
Large wall cupboards all round, large drawers under galley work surface and a large floor to roof cupboard at the end of the kitchen.
Dedicated chart table to starboard with navigation instruments, electrical panel and folding stool
Aft cabin with large double bed with some storage underneath.
Lockers and hanging lockers
Heads with manual WC
Basin and shower with pump out to sea.
The toilet goes straight into the large holding tank (8 man days) which is emptied either through the deck fitting or via a macerator pump.
The tank has both a gauge and warning light by the toilet.
2 domestic fire extinguishers plus automatic one in engine compartment, all in date.
Old 121.5 receiver and PLB.
Life ring, light, drogue, RORC danbuoy.
Man overboard recovery device.
Three lobe radar reflector.
Electric anchor winch with rope drum.
Two head gas detector.
Locker with large fenders and warps.
Gas bottles in dedicated storage.
Removable cockpit table.
Bursledon Bridge, Bursledon
Southampton, Hampshire SO31 8AZ