Dehler Yachts has recently published renderings showcasing the interior design and styling of the new Dehler 38. This is the first time Dehler has introduced a contemporary interior to its fleet. It blends well with the sleek exterior giving the quality performer cruiser an overall dynamic look.
The styling in the Dehler 38 is a cool mix of retro modernism. The interior’s new design lines are smooth, contemporary and smart. It’s an inspiring option for the owner looking to make a style statement and go beyond classic yacht interiors.
German designers Judel/Vrolijk created an innovative hull design, which optimises walkways on deck and gives more interior space and headroom below. Dehler is also setting trends in bathroom use for a 38 footer. The multi-functional space offers multiple configurations of the shower, sink and toilet at any time. The simple concept also allows crew to have access to a sink or shower while another passenger uses the head.
The continuous saloon windows are expansive not only adding to the modern look but introducing more light and visibility below. The roomy saloon has a newly designed locker and integrated glass table which goes beyond practicality. Team Windcraft’s John Cowpe will view the 38 concept at the Paris Boat Show mid December and the Dehler 38 will make her world debut at the Dusseldorf Boat Show in January 2013.