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New Sailing Yachts 2009
Delphia 26 - two keel options
Aside from the brand new 7.92m Delphia 26, the Polish yard is also presenting as modified versions the Delphia 29.2 and the Delphia 40.2. The Delphia 26 Sport is an economical fast cruiser. A 13.5m2 furling headsail is standard on the Delphia 26s along with an 18m2 mainsail. The Delphia 26 Sport is available in either fixed fin keel or lifting keel versions with an optional mast lowering kit also available. With a basic spec it's ideal for a first boat and inexpensive to own.
The Delphia 29 has had a redesign with an all new deck mould and several interior improvements to bring it into line with the larger models in the range. The new Delphia 29.2 model is now manufactured by the vacuum infusion process. The interior has a light and spacious feel with the main cabin featuring an excellent galley with ample storage and working space. A furling headsail & half battened mainsail are standard on the Delphia 29.2 and all lines lead aft to the spacious cockpit meaning that short handed sailing is simplicity in itself. The boat is available in either fixed fin keel or lifting keel versions with the latter can have a mast lowering kit fitted during build enabling it to be lowered easily for passing under bridges or perhaps to take on a canal.
In the case of the 11.95m long Delphia 40.2 with fixed keel, both the deck and the interior have been modified. The yacht is available with 2-, 3- or 4-cabin layouts, offers two shower units and boasts a saloon with room for seven. As a further option, it can also be supplied with two helms to enable the best possible view over the gunwales when sailing at a tilt.
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