Launch of the new Dehler 38SQ in September
At Dehler, a sports-oriented monohull sailboat brand from the German group HanseYachts, the 2020-2021 season will be marked by the launch of the new Dehler 38SQ, a model of the Dehler 38, which we will be able to discover at the next Cannes Yachting Festival, in the Port Canto basin.
At Dehler, the name SQ, attached to traditional models, is traditionally synonymous with speed and quality! This is what visitors to the next Cannes Yachting Festival will be able to discover, during which the sporting sailboat brand of the German group HanseYachts (Hanse, Dehler, Privilège Marine, Fjord, Sealine) will unveil the Dehler 38SQ.
On the 38SQ, Dehler worked on the rigging, the deck layout, the light on board and new fittings, in order to offer a sailboat that is fun to pilot, which offers great sensations at the helm, while remaining easy to maneuver alone or with a small crew.
Changes to the deck plan of the Dehler 38SQ
Folding footrests at the helm stations, allow you to gain a comfortable and safe footing when sailing upwind. The cockpit is enriched with a new swim platform, lighter and easier to use thanks to an integrated swim ladder that features a folding handrail and large steps for comfortable bathing pleasure.
In addition, the 38SQ can be fitted with sporty steering wheels, electric winches and a removable throttle.
What about the rig of the Dehler 38SQ
The bowsprit has an integrated anchor arm and a non-slip surface, which makes getting on and off the boat safely when moored by forward, and provides an advanced tack for gennaker or Code 0 sails.
Dehler offers the iconic square head mainsail as an option, used on all high tech racing yachts. With its increased efficiency, better adjustment and reduced heeling moment, this pro sail is ideal for cruising.
The backstays of the square head rigging can be easily adjusted. The built-in trolley across the full width of the cockpit allows 100% control of the mainsail. For the very first time, all sails are supplied by Quantum, including the new Tri-radial AC5 and TP6 diaphragm sails.