The Dehler 29 is equally successful as a family cruiser and round-the-cans racer, the 29's snub bow and chopped-off transom make the most of available waterline length and hence speed potential. A knife-like bow helps her slice to windward, flared topsides provide plenty of reserve buoyancy and the narrow waterline beam makes her slippery in light airs. The keel is a deep blade with most of its ballast carried in a torpedo shaped bulb. The powerful 7/8 fractional rig rewards tweaking and tacks through 65 Degrees, but she is easily handled and stands up to her canvas well.
Hull, Deck and Keel
Interior and Accommodations
No space is wasted down below: the foot of the large double berth in the aft cabin goes right to the transom. The main cabin is welcoming and cosy, featuring a semi-circular dinette arrangement. The heads is large with good stowage, the standard galley is efficiently simple.
Timeless Mahogany joinery with blue Upholstery
Systems and electrical
PLUMBING & TANKAGE
Rig, Sails and Deck
Engine/s and propulsion
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