Dehler 60
A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to h

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A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to hard work, being able to imagine a perfect creation paired with a heart breaking identification with the product that made Dehler so successful throughout the times. One does not know! A truth on its own though is the product itself. Dehler boats have made owners around the world a happy and proud family that all share a common idea: Being on water with a boat that breathes the spirit of 50 years of German engineering abilities and testing history on the toughest race courses available. Dehler, identify with quality History!

Dehler 35 SQ
A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to hard work, being able to imagine a perfect creation paired with a heart breaking identification with the product that made Dehler so successful throughout the times. One does not know! A truth on its own though is the product itself. Dehler boats have made owners around the world a happy and proud family that all share a common idea: Being on water with a boat that breathes the spirit of 50 years of German engineering abilities and testing history on the toughest race courses available. Dehler, identify with quality History!

Dehler 35
A history of identification When Willy and Heinz Dehler first decided to construct boats in the middle of Germany’s industrial melting pot Ruhrgebiet 50 years ago, they would never have depicted the impact of their endless emphasis in creating first class boats onto the world of yachting. Steel mills and heavy industry dominated the area and its labour back then. Not an easy venture to make big labour hands treat a fragile component such as GRP into the shape earlier imagined. Maybe it is just the workforce being used to hard work, being able to imagine a perfect creation paired with a heart breaking identification with the product that made Dehler so successful throughout the times. One does not know! A truth on its own though is the product itself. Dehler boats have made owners around the world a happy and proud family that all share a common idea: Being on water with a boat that breathes the spirit of 50 years of German engineering abilities and testing history on the toughest race courses available. Dehler, identify with quality History!

Dehler 32
Crafted elegance 50 years of German craftsmanship paired with a meticulous strive for perfect engineering have created a boat unrivalled in her offer to the proud owner. Dehler, a truly elegant sport-cruiser with a well recognized edge for performance. Whether indulging on a relaxed cruise or competing in a hard fought race: Her merits do not have to be won over and over. She already holds all records of most importance to her owner. She is a boat made for those who know what really matters in sailing. An easy yet fast sail with that extra backup in safety due to her rigid construction is what she can offer to make a swift and safe journey a well remembered event.


Dehler 29
MY BOAT . MY HOME. Excellent sailing qualities and a family-friendly level of comfort are not mutually exclusive. Below deck every last centimetre is put to sensible use. The result is 29 feet that incorporate 6 bunks and plenty of stowage space. Dehler has systematically applied all its experience to produce an optimum layout, where modern design, the use of selected materials and premium workmanship are sure to impress.

Pacer 310 Sprint
The All New Pacer 310 Sprint. Designed as a Cruiser/Racer, with a light displacement, high stability aspects, spacious modern Cockpit and full interior with standing headroom, the Pacer 310 Sprint will appeal to a wide sector of the sailing community. For the Racers, the Pacer 310 Sprint is built as a strict 'One Design' class. For the Cruisers, the full interior with good stowage, 6 berths and comfort levels will answer many questions. The overall thrust of this model, is quality and ease-of-sail.

Pacer 400
The Pacer 400 is offered in the following models: CR - Vinylester Cruiser EP - Epoxy Cruiser Racer (premium finishes) R - Epoxy Regatta Boat The Pacer 400 from the Pacer 376 in that she does not have the hard chines of the '376. She has a completely different hull shape, whilst the proven general deck design layout of the '376 has been retained. Her coachroof arrangement is different, offering a different treatment of the halyards and controls leading back to the cockpit, and the addition of a saloon to deck opening hatch for those hot summer nights. The deckgear arrangement is optimised for performance and shorthanded sailing. The cockpit is spacious and the interior offers a modern, clean look, with the beautiful trims and comforts afforded the Pacer 376. Main difference below decks, with the private owners cabin and direct access to the heads from the saloon, so affording privacy in the forepeak cabin. A beautiful blend of joinery and clean-looking modules below decks create a contemporary look and feel. The fully equipped 'L' shaped Galley offers everything at hand, together with ample stowage. The dedicated Navigation Station with desk and distribution board and instrument panel close at hand is adjacent to the Galley, whilst the saloon is spacious with folding saloon table, grab-handles in the correct positions, offering easy access to the fwd private double berth cabin, or heads.

Pacer 376 R
The Pacer 376 R (regatta) is the ideal boat for the person who enjoys the cut and thrust of competitive racing, but who also enjoys comfort and premium finishes. This light displacement Epoxy Composite yacht offers Regatta Specification Deckgear, and a clean, modern interior.

Pacer 376 EP
The Pacer 376 EP is the 'complete' Cruiser/Racer. Manufactured to exacting standards using only the very best materials, this Epoxy Composite yacht offers performance AND comfort and quality finishes. Ideal for the person who wants to cruise fast, and who enjoys joining the odd race or rally. This is Yacht with everything and the highest level of comfort in the Pacer 376 range.


Pacer 376 CR
This beautiful yacht is the 'cruiser/racer' of the 376 range. She has a Vinylester composite hull and deck, with a high quality gelcoat finish. Main differences which set her apart from her sister models are the cockpit which is enclosed at the stern, and the fact that all her rigging controls are routed back to the cockpit differently. She is supplied with an alloy Selden rig, North Sails genoa and mainsail, and a 20hp Volvo inboard engine with saildrive and fixed prop.

Pacer 27 Sport
The Pacer 27 Sport is a new generation trailer sailer which offers very exciting sailing and top speeds at a fraction of the cost of boats twice it's size. Designed by Alex Simonis and Maarten Voogd, who also designed the successful Maxfun 25 and which is doing well in Europe, our brief was for a boat which would perform offshore the South African coast (Cape of Storms), and still be great fun on inland waters. It was also important to have a small interior capable of sleeping 2 adults and 2 children for those family units where dad races hard, but still wants to be able to treat the kids to a night or two on the boat.. To make the boat into a One Design class which enjoys good fleets no matter where the sailing venue may be, it was important to ensure that it could be easily slipped and towed. The retractable keel and removable cassette type rudder means that the boat sits low on it's trailer, tucking in behind the tow vehicle, and it's low mass means it can be easily pulled by a 2.5ltr car or light van. The rig is easily dropped or raised, with just 3 persons, and will take about 40 minutes from arriving at the waters edge to launching the boat. Whilst Carbon masts are sexy and all the rage, we opted for a performance alloy rig in order to keep costs down, and after receiving advice from Sparcraft/Southern Spars. The Hull is Gelcoat, Polyester and Foam composite, resulting in a rigid but relatively lightweight boat, whilst the deck is Gelcoat, Polyester, Balsa composite. The area around the chainplates is strengthened and there is a bulkhead beneath the cockpit floor directly under the mainsheet traveller position, plus a partial bulkhead below the companionway. The interior consists of a one-piece tray which has integral berths and supports as well as a 'well' for an off-the-shelf portaloo if required for 'family sailing'. Top SOG measured to date was during Table Bay Week 2006, with North Sails' Rick Nankin driving the boat, at 24.5knots. Exciting? We think so. Rick's comments were that the boat was totally in control at the time -and we have had similar comments from owners, such as Antony Wentworth from Falsa Bay Yacht Club where they enjoyed a fantastic run from Cape Point back to the club, with the bag up and maintaining speeds in the top teens whilst 100% in control in a bumpy sea. Owners who sail their boats on the Vaal Dam, inland, also experience good wind pressure and they too are estatic about the performance. Is it a true 'Sportsboat'? It can certainly be categorized as such but it is not as radical a design as other boats. With it's (limited) interior it tends to offer more than an out-and-out 'Sportsboat' (as many others seem to be large dinghies). So, if you are looking for a reasonably substantial boat, one which can be towed far easier than most, and one which will bring a smile to your face every time you jump on board, then this is the boat for you. Naturally, you will also WIN RACES.

Feeling 48
TRAVEL DIFFERENTLY... Aboard the Feeling 48, life is outstandingly oriented to the outside. She is a pleasure yacht, easy to live and ideal to entertain and sail comfortably.

Privilege Series 8
Once upon a time Philippe Jeantot, (twice world champion in single-handed sailing and founder of the famous Vendee Globe round-the-world race), designed the original cruising catamaran for his family to live aboard during their calls : comfort, strength and security were the basic criteria. In 1985, he founded Jeantot Marine and exhibited his first vessel in Paris, more for personal pride than to start a life in marine construction, however the many orders he received encouraged him to set out on this next great adventure! Philippe Jeantot brought all his round-the-world navigation experience to the Privilege brand, creating a superb design in terms of comfort, security and cruising pleasure ! In 1989, the shipyard was the leading builder of cruising catamarans, dominating the American market, and became a benchmark for the profession. Recognition came in the form of: Le Trophée International de la Qualité in 1992,

Privilege Series 7
Once upon a time Philippe Jeantot, (twice world champion in single-handed sailing and founder of the famous Vendee Globe round-the-world race), designed the original cruising catamaran for his family to live aboard during their calls : comfort, strength and security were the basic criteria. In 1985, he founded Jeantot Marine and exhibited his first vessel in Paris, more for personal pride than to start a life in marine construction, however the many orders he received encouraged him to set out on this next great adventure! Philippe Jeantot brought all his round-the-world navigation experience to the Privilege brand, creating a superb design in terms of comfort, security and cruising pleasure ! In 1989, the shipyard was the leading builder of cruising catamarans, dominating the American market, and became a benchmark for the profession. Recognition came in the form of: Le Trophée International de la Qualité in 1992,


Privilege Series 6
Once upon a time, Philippe Jeantot, (twice world champion in single-handed sailing and founder of the famous Vendee Globe round-the-world race), designed the original cruising catamaran for his family to live aboard during their calls : comfort, strength and security were the basic criteria. In 1985, he founded Jeantot Marine and exhibited his first vessel in Paris, more for personal pride than to start a life in marine construction, however the many orders he received encouraged him to set out on this next great adventure! Philippe Jeantot brought all his round-the-world navigation experience to the Privilege brand, creating a superb design in terms of comfort, security and cruising pleasure ! In 1989, the shipyard was the leading builder of cruising catamarans, dominating the American market, and became a benchmark for the profession. Recognition came in the form of: Le Trophée International de la Qualité in 1992,

Privilege Series 5
Once upon a time Philippe Jeantot, (twice world champion in single-handed sailing and founder of the famous Vendee Globe round-the-world race), designed the original cruising catamaran for his family to live aboard during their calls : comfort, strength and security were the basic criteria. In 1985, he founded Jeantot Marine and exhibited his first vessel in Paris, more for personal pride than to start a life in marine construction, however the many orders he received encouraged him to set out on this next great adventure! Philippe Jeantot brought all his round-the-world navigation experience to the Privilege brand, creating a superb design in terms of comfort, security and cruising pleasure ! In 1989, the shipyard was the leading builder of cruising catamarans, dominating the American market, and became a benchmark for the profession. Recognition came in the form of: Le Trophée International de la Qualité in 1992,

Beneteau Oceanis 60
With power and elegance, this large cruising yacht will transport you beyond the realms of the joy of sailing. By embracing a number of innovative solutions, the Oceanis 60 has much to attract in its luxurious accommodation, excellent seakeeping and safety.

Beneteau Sense 57
The Sense 57 is a ocean cruising yacht with an audacious concept. She is the pride of the range and everything about her spells adventure. With really fluid movement on board, unique style and redesigned access to the sea, she delivers outstanding comfort under sail. Getting-away takes on a whole new meaning.

Beneteau Sense 51
The adventurous spirit and powerful profile of the Sense 51 stirs that yearn to explore the seas. From stern to bow, life is organised on board in a new way offering one surprise after another. Well-being and simplicity are the watchwords on all seas and in all weather, conjuring up endless cruises.



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