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Alex, I will post some photos, although I am not as talented as you. I do have the 'sliding' hatch, it is convenient, although I need to repair the top piece as it is cracked, these little things that still remain after one and a half seasons. Also, the mast and boom is Dehler, I think that is about the last year they stopped doing the rig.

I have sailed a JV designed Dehler 36, a very nice boat, I really liked the ergonomics, if you know what I mean, things were just 'right". I really like the 39 too, maybe after I get bored with the 33!

When looking, I wanted something different, i did not want a J or Bene, etc., but also something we both could enjoy. The boat has a full interior, with standing headroom in the head (a requirement) and a comfortable cockpit with high seatbacks, and with the traveller behind the tiller and primaries on the coachroof (something I was not sure about but it is ok), it is open and not cramped, especially with the stern locker removed.
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What kind of boat is in your avatar???
looks like a Max Fun 35

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MAx, I know Dehler since one of the very first arrived in 1988. They were absolutely gorgeous but moist where red and white. Today they are not so pretty..oh well

Dehler is very respected in Europe and holds a good value as used boat.

The new ones, are wow........I can't describe...them and the new Grand Soleil are my favorite boats...(by the way, my dream boat is the Swan 45 I bet one day....one day.....one day....), anyway..

I know your boat from a Spanish guy had one for 3 months here.

I know about the mast that's why I said that. The new masts are even better.

By the way, your's is tiller, yes?
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looks like a Max Fun 35
Yugi...no way...its a 1924 Valiant....

go back to sleep....
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hijacked again.. oh well I tried ladies..

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hijacked again.. oh well I tried ladies..
Denise...It wasn't me....I didn't start the HJ

it was SD...I'm inocent....

Will you forgive me??? pleeeease???

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Only the title to your boat will get my forgiveness GIU! LOL

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I won't give you the title, but I'll show my face...will it do???
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your forgiven! still rather have your boat

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Hey...watch it or I lose my Gentlemans coat and photoshop you!!!!

I've done it before...

what's wrong with my face?? Melrna likes it...
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