Sports-Luxury-Cruiser nominated for European Yacht Award
The new Sunbeam 40.1 which celebrated its world debut at boot Düsseldorf 2015, is the latest project in the continual development of the Sunbeam range. Once again working with Slovenian designer J&J, we have created a striking design and styling that fits perfectly into the new Sunbeam range with modern yet classic hull lines and a sporty, elegant deck design.
Easy handling The aft cockpit is huge with easy access over the stern and huge stowage. Furthermore the new Sunbeam 40.1 has a twin wheel steering system with safe and protected helm positions. Halyards, sheets and control lines are led below deck to the cockpit for easy handling. Main and genoa sheet winches are positioned to enable handling from the helm. The double sided mainsheet is standard, a self-tacking jib is optional.
Easy, fun and comfortable sailing The Sunbeam 40.1 features a large folding bathing platform including a folding ladder with handrail. Teak is standard on the platform and in the cockpit. Between the cockpit and the bathing platform the new Sunbeam 40.1 offers a large sundeck with a vast locker below. Combined with lockers under the cockpit bench seats there is ample stowage space for long periods on board. The Sunbeam 40.1 is designed for easy, fun and comfortable sailing and the same applies to life on board.
Modern, light and airy interior The interior is modern, light and airy. The layout is flexible with a choice of a two or three cabin version. The forecabin can be ordered with a central island bed or with a V-berth and heads/shower compartment. The aft section can be designed with two double cabins or one aft cabin to port and a huge walk in locker/store room to starboard. The L-shaped galley is thoughtfully designed and laid out with many of the features of home.
Technical Specifications: Length over all: 11.99 m Beam: 3,99 m Draft: 2.00 m - 1.70 m Displacement: 8500 kg Engine: max. 55 PS
The Dehler 34 has shaped the company's DNA and revolutionized the global yacht market with the first real Performance Cruiser. The clever combination of sportiness and cruising convinced customers and the Dehler 34 quickly achieved cult status.