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Dehler Yachtbau was founded in 1966.
In 1970–80 Dehler Yachtbau has been actively building both sports yachts and cruisers.
Dehler Yachtbau did not survive the crises of 1998 and 2008. Fortunately, the brand was saved, although it survived difficult times after the death of its founder in 1999.
Now, under the wing of Hanse Yachts, the shipyard is developing successfully, maintaining its identity.
A unique feature of the Dehler range is that some of the models currently offered have been on the market for decades.
For example, the 29th model was the "yacht of the year" in 1997 and 1999, and the modern Dehler 34. Of course, over the years a lot of changes have been made to the design, but the classics do not become obsolete.
With regard to new developments, the Dehler 38 received an amazing set of awards, becoming the “Yacht of the Year” in 2014 according to the versions of Cruising World, Sailing World and Voile Magazine, as well as the European Yacht of the Year at the show in Dusseldorf.
Like all other Dehler models, the 38th was created taking into account the sports rules for measuring IRC and ORC, which allowed her to become the German champion in ORC races in the same 2014.
Now Dehler Yachtbau is based on the facilities of the parent company Hanse Yachts in Greifswald, on the Baltic coast of Germany.