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Dehler 34/35 SV

Brief details

Builder

Dehler Segenyachten GmbH, Germany

The Dehler 34 SV was introduced in 2007 and was designed by Alexander Simonis and Maarten Voogd of Enkhuizen in the Netherlands. The 2007 version was originally sold in two versions, a 34CR (cruising) and a deeper keeled 34RS (racing version). In 2008 these were retitled simply the 34 SV, which was then promptly renamed the 35 SV to aid marketing

LOA

34' 6" (10.51M)

Sail area

775 sq ft

LWL

30' 9" (9.38M)

Rig

Sloop

Beam

11' 6" (3.49M)

Cabins

2 plus saloon

Draught

5' 4", 6' 5" or 7' 1" keel options

Berths

max 7

Displacement

11,950 lbs

Engine

Volvo diesel

Ballast

4,145 lbs

BHP

27

Keel type

Fin keel and spade rudder

Sailplan

 

There have been a variety of Dehler 34 models since the early 1980s, with designations such as Dehler 34 To, Top Nova, Optima and then the 34 SV and 34 SQ. , and the boat was sold as a Dehler 35SV until 2013, at which time the single large wheel was replaced with smaller twin wheels and the boat became the 35SQ.

The Dehler 34/35 was offered with three keel depths, 1.62M, 1.95M or 2.15M, and a variety of optional equipment packages. The deepest keels are composite iron/lead. The keels of these Dehlers are set into "sockets" in the hull moulding, as well as being throughbolted with large backing plates. On deck the halliards and reefing lines are led under cover back to the cockpit winches, and the companionway washboards drop down into the companionway moulding rather than are loose as is more comon.

There were various options for the engine, interior finish and deck gear, the yacht illustated having a non-standard larger engine, teak instead of mahogany interior, upgraded genoa winches, a carbon gennaker pole and fittings, and removable storage/seating boxes in the aft of the cockpit.

 

Dehler 34 SV for sale

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Ashore February/March 2017

Dehler 34 closehauled - photo this yacht for sale

Deck
Bow
Anchor windlass
Deck aft
Cockpit aft
Cockpit
Cockpit forward
Wheel

The storage boxes either side of the wheel are removable for racing,
as shown in the brochure photo below

 Brochure photo of Dehler 34
Plan
Saloon

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Forecabin

Forecabin detail
Saloon table
Accommodation plan
Saloon aft
Chart table

Galley

Aft cabin looking forward
Engine

One of the optional extras when new was a 27 hp Volvo D1-30 engine instead f the standard D1-20 of 18hp. The engine drives a Flex-o-fold two bladed prop via a Volvo Saildrive.

Closehauled - this Dehler 34 yacht for sale
Ashore Feb/March 2017

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