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.
Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Architecte: Simonis / Voogd
Forme de la coque: Monocoque
Longeur hors tout: 44 Pied 9 Pouce
Maître bau: 12 Pied 7 Pouce
Longeur de ligne de flottaison: 37 Pied 0 Pouce
Poids à sec: 18700 Livres
Engine Option 1: 1x 55 HP
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: (104 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: (52 Gallons)
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.