Super fast, well built cruiser/racer in the way only Germany can do. The Dehler 36 needs no promotion………these are great boats!
Introduced in 1988 and designed by Van de Stadt, the boat is aimed at providing high performance with relative ease of handling utilising the Central Winch System powerful electric winch and a self-tacking headsail and she can be managed with a small crew. About 800 were built.
She really is a great sailboat designed for fast cruising with Dehler’s unique style.
Call Ross in the Plymouth office for more details
Dehler boats launched November 1989
Boat number 440-106
Whitlock wheel steering
Holding tank to aft head
Synthetic teak system (DECK KING) professionally applied 2017
2 blade folding prop
Adverk charging system
Shore power system
55 amp starter batter
2 x 210 Ah service batteries
Separate battery for anchor windlass (RED FLASH - high output battery)
Sine wave inverter for running laptop
Eberspacher diesel heating system
Hot/Cold pressurised water system from calorifier
Furlex roller furling
Standing rigging replaced 2018/2019
Spinnaker pole & gear
Running rigging replaced as necessary
Self tacking jib track & genoa tracks
Rigging serviced by Hemisphere Rigging Services 2022
Powered sheet and halyard winch (Lewmar) to central track
2 x Lewmar sheet winches
Light grey sprayhood
Cockpit tent extension to spray hood
Stack pack system & lazyjacks (new 2019)
GENOA 110% - Penrose - carbon - 2018
Mainsail - Quantum Pentax - Fully battened - 2006
JIB - Quantum - self tacking - 2006
GENOA - Elvstrom - with furling gear
Strorm Jib - Dacron
Trysail - Dacron
Standard Horizon DSC VHF
NASA battery power monitor
NASA AIS display
NASA Navtex weather
Electronic recording barometer
Evolution autopilot system - recent
LED Nav lights & Anchor lights
6 berths in fwd V double, saloon & aft cabin
3 burner hob & oven
Double S/S sink
Aft heads with basin & connection to holding tank
Fwd heads ensuit to fwd cabin with sink
Clock & Barometer
Life raft in cannister - mounted in pushpit
Bruce kedge anchor
2 x gas bottles
Shore power lead
In the galley, the plates and cups lockers have anti rattle nests for the items. The fridge has an anti-spill inner door to hold the contents in place on port tack. All the galley draws have restraints fitted to prevent them from jumping off the tracks if opened too far when on port tack.
On deck, to make life easy there is a small crane to make mounting the outboard to the dinghy much more convenient and safer. There is a remote operating switch to both lower and lift the anchor without having to leave the cockpit. The 25 meters of self stowing chain is usually quite enough for most anchorages. One touch on the button lowers for a time, about half the chain and another touch lowers the rest. If necessary, a further 50 meters of rope can be deployed. A rail has been added above the guard wires aft of midships making passage from cockpit past the sprayhood to fore deck much safer.
An ‘Evolution’ autohelm with a hydraulic actuator has been installed replacing the wheel pilot which gives much superior course holding in most conditions likely to be uncounted.
The ‘Achilles Heel’ of the 36cws are the under deck turning blocks leading halyards from the centre power cockpit winch to the base of the mast. The original blocks were aluminium with small axels. On Noon Hi these blocks have been massively strengthened and now work extremely well with the result that, combined with a high-tech main halyard, the mainsail will normally fully fall when released without any help from the crew on deck.
Together the improvements listed make Noon Hi exceptionally convenient to sail short and single handed.