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post #4927 of Old 11-03-2013
EricKLYC
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Re: Beamy modern boats and offshore cruising.

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Originally Posted by PCP View Post
You give the impression that the Dehler 39 (a recent design, the previous model regarding Dehler 41) is a bad boat

Well it isn't, it is even today a very good performer even racing. It is not designed for IOR racing (I guess you don't mean that) but for IMS racing, the ratting that perfected give today's ORC.

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An older narrower design would roll even more downwind and will require a good hand at the wheel ion trying and difficult conditions.

Iíve been unclear about the Dehler 39 CWS, sorry for that.
The one Iím referring to is indeed a much older version, a Van de Stadt design from the 80ís, the cruising version of the Dehler 38 which was then a successful IOR racer (same hull but without the IOR ďbumpsĒ to mislead the gauge, with an added stern platform but a very different rig, deck an interior lay-out).

An excellent upwind performer but a challenge to control downwind, especially with the symmetric spinnaker up and following seas.

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://imagenes.cosasdebarcos.com/barcosOcasion/4/5/6/1/dehler-39-cws-25168052010119849575449569950455x.jpg

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://imagenes.cosasdebarcos.com/barcosOcasion/8/7/2/4/dehler-yachts-dehler-39-cws-05199030111666666857555753534569x.jpg

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://www.bootstest24.de/uploads/user/jpegs/1248620778_1202_Dehler_39_CWS.jpg

Berst regards,

Eric
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