The Dehler 39 CWS, a fractionally rigged sloop, was designed by E. G. Van de Stadt and built in Germany by Dehler Yachts.
If you are looking for a boat that combines exceptional sailing performance with a modern and comfortable interior, you might want to check out the Dehler 39 CWS sailboat. This boat is the flagship of the new Dehler yacht generation, designed by Van de Stadt and Partners with an unobtrusive design and equipped with proven outstanding technology.
In this article, we will give you an overview of the main features and specifications of this boat, as well as some of the options and variations that are available for different sailing needs and preferences.
The Dehler 39 CWS is a 39-foot (11.9-meter) sailboat that can accommodate up to six people in three cabins. It has a beam of 12.1 feet (3.7 meters) and a draft of 6.4 feet (1.95 meters). It has a displacement of 7.5 tons (6.8 metric tons) and a ballast of 3 tons (2.7 metric tons). It has a sail area of 807 square feet (75 square meters) and a mast height of 54.8 feet (16.7 meters).
The boat is powered by a Volvo Penta MD2030 diesel engine with 29 horsepower (21 kilowatts) and a saildrive transmission. It has a fuel capacity of 34 gallons (130 liters) and a water capacity of 92 gallons (350 liters). It has a stainless steel steering wheel and a self-draining cockpit with teak seats and floor.
One of the distinctive features of this boat is the CWS system, which stands for Central Winch System. This system allows the halyards and trim lines to be controlled from the center of the cockpit, using two electric winches and a control panel. This makes sailing easier and safer, especially for small or inexperienced crews.
The Dehler 39 CWS has a spacious and contemporary interior, with mahogany woodwork and blue upholstery. The layout can be customized according to the owner's preferences, but the standard version has three cabins: one forward cabin with a double berth and two aft cabins with single berths. There is also a convertible saloon with a U-shaped settee and a folding table that can seat up to six people.
The boat has one head compartment with a marine toilet, a washbasin and a shower. The head is accessible from both the saloon and the forward cabin. The boat also has a navigation station with a chart table, an instrument panel and a seat on the starboard side of the saloon.
The galley is located on the port side of the saloon, opposite the navigation station. It is equipped with a two-burner gas stove with an oven, a refrigerator, a double sink and plenty of storage space.
Hull and Deck
The hull of the Dehler 39 CWS is made of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) with balsa core sandwich construction. The hull is white with blue stripes and has a blue antifouling coating on the bottom. The deck is also made of FRP with balsa core sandwich construction and has an anti-slip surface.
The deck has a flush design, with no raised cabin or cockpit coaming. This gives the boat a sleek and elegant appearance, as well as reducing windage and improving visibility. The deck also has an integrated platform on the stern, which provides safety and comfort when boarding or swimming.
The deck is fitted with stainless steel stanchions, lifelines, cleats, handrails, bow pulpit and stern pushpit. It also has six mooring cleats, four fairleads, two bow rollers, an anchor locker, two dorade vents, two skylights, four opening portholes, two fixed windows, two cockpit lockers, two gas bottle lockers, two cockpit speakers, a cockpit table, a sprayhood, a bimini top and a bathing ladder.
Mast and Rigging
The mast of the Dehler 39 CWS is made of aluminum alloy and is deck-stepped on a stainless steel compression post. The mast has two sets of swept-back spreaders and an internal conduit for wiring. The mast also has an anodized finish and is equipped with masthead lights, steaming lights, deck lights, a Windex, a VHF antenna and a wind instrument.
The rigging of the Dehler 39 CWS is made of stainless steel wire and is configured as a fractional sloop rig. The rigging includes a forestay, a backstay, two upper shrouds, two lower shrouds, two intermediate shrouds, two aft lower shrouds and two running backstays. The rigging also has turnbuckles, toggles, chainplates and tensioners.
The sails of the Dehler 39 CWS are made of Dacron and include a mainsail, a genoa, a jib and a spinnaker.
The sail handling equipment of the Dehler 39 CWS includes two electric winches, two manual winches, two winch handles, two rope clutches, two jammers, two blocks, two tracks, two cars, two travellers, two stoppers, two cleats, two cam cleats, two eye straps, two snap shackles, two sheets, two halyards and two reefing lines.
Keel and Rudder
The keel of the Dehler 39 CWS is made of cast iron and has a fin shape with a bulb at the bottom. The keel is bolted to the hull with stainless steel bolts and nuts. The keel has a draft of 6.4 feet (1.95 meters) and a weight of 3 tons (2.7 metric tons).
The rudder of the Dehler 39 CWS is made of FRP with a foam core and has a spade shape.
The Dehler 39 CWS sailboat is a great choice for recreational sailors who want a boat that can perform well in various conditions and offer a comfortable and versatile living space. The boat has a sleek and elegant design, with an innovative CWS system that makes sailing easier and safer. The boat also has a spacious and contemporary interior, with three cabins and one head. The boat can be customized according to the owner's preferences, with different options for the layout, the rigging, the sails and the equipment.
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