The Dehler 35 CWS aft-cockpit sloop was designed by E.G. van de Stadt and built in Germany by Dehler Yachts.
The Dehler 35 CWS is a 10.5-meter yacht that features distinctive, autonomous lines and a sleek profile that gives it a sporty and elegant look. It also has a worldwide patented Dehler CSW system, which stands for Central Winch System. This system allows the helmsman to operate all the halyards and sheets from the cockpit, making it possible to sail the boat single-handedly or with a small crew.
The Dehler 35 CWS is comfortable and spacious, with ample living space below deck, a forward cabin with full standing headroom, and a large aft cabin. It has a well-equipped galley, a navigation station, a dining area and a head with shower.
The Dehler 35 CWS can accommodate up to six people in two separate cabins and the saloon. The forward cabin has a double berth, a hanging locker, shelves and storage space under the berth. It also has an opening hatch and two portholes for ventilation and natural light.
The aft cabin has another double berth, a hanging locker, shelves and storage space under the berth. It also has an opening hatch and two portholes for ventilation and natural light.
The saloon has two settees that can be used as single berths, with storage space under them. The settees face each other across a folding table that can seat up to six people. The saloon has four opening hatches and four portholes for ventilation and natural light.
The galley is located on the port side of the saloon, next to the companionway. It has a two-burner stove with oven, a sink with hot and cold water, a refrigerator, drawers and cabinets for storage.
The navigation station is located on the starboard side of the saloon, opposite the galley. It has a large chart table with storage space under it, an instrument panel with VHF radio, GPS, depth sounder, speedometer, wind indicator and autopilot. The navigation station also has an opening hatch and two portholes for light.
The head is located on the starboard side of the boat, between the saloon and the aft cabin. It has a marine toilet, a sink with hot and cold water, a shower with drain pump, a mirror, shelves and cabinets for storage.
Hull and Deck
The hull of the Dehler 35 CWS is made of fibreglass reinforced plastic (FRP) with balsa core sandwich construction. It has an anti-osmosis treatment and an epoxy coating for protection.
The deck of the Dehler 35 CWS is also made of FRP with balsa core sandwich construction. It has an anti-slip surface and teak wood on the cockpit seats and floor.
The cockpit of the Dehler 35 CWS is spacious and ergonomic, with comfortable seats and backrests. It has a single wheel steering system with an integrated instrument panel on the console.
The deck of the Dehler 35 CWS has a wide and uncluttered foredeck with four opening hatches and eight portholes for ventilation and light.
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