Day three at the Dusseldorf Motor Show and we continue our tour in search of the world premieres presented at the German show that you have not yet seen. Today we present a small 19-footer the Sailart 19 that will amaze you with the German streamlining of its little more than 5 meters and the Delphia 46 DS designed instead for long sailing.
SAILART 19 A 5-METER BOAT WHERE NOTHING IS MISSING
The German shipyard has always stood out for its trailerable boats that wink at lake or inshore sailing. The features that strike me when looking at the new 19-footer are the pronounced edge in the hull, the fixed bowsprit to rig a 25 sq. m. gennaker with whip, and the carbon fiber mast. The choice of accessories on deck is of the highest quality, with Harken and Spinlock accessories reigning everywhere. A recessed furler is armed at the bow, while at the stern we find the tiller rudder.
Regarding motorization, the shipyard offers, among the options, an electric outboard motor from Torqueedo (rechargeable with a small solar panel), which when not in use can be stored in the locker.
Below decks, the spaces that have been achieved aboard a hull of only 5.70 meters impress: An appropriate four-berth solution was chosen for the bunks Everywhere convenient storage pockets were placed, as well as other storage spaces were made under the cushions. On the tree, on the other hand, run tops that can be used as eating stations. As for the keel, the shipyard offers a dual option: fixed keel or canting keel that reduces the draft from 1.3 meters to just 60 centimeters. The market launch price is 24,900 euros. Lung. 5.70 m; wid. 2.30; fish. 0.60 to 1.30 m; displacement. 730 kg; sup. vel. 22 sq. m.
DELPHIA 46 DS: THE ALLURE OF THE DECK SALOON
A deck saloon with large windows, the Delphia 46 DS is a solid boat with a deep and well sheltered center cockpit, available with two different keels that bring the draft from 2.30 meters of the standard keel to 1.85 meters of the shallow draft keel. The boat is also offered with a retractable keel version.
An 84-square-meter sail plan designed for easy and undemanding handling of the boat that can be run with a small crew.
The engine mounted is a powerful 110 hp that allows a cruising speed above 7.5 knots.
The standard version of the interior includes two cabins, one of which, the aft cabin, features an original configuration with the central bed looking aft and two armchairs and a coffee table in front. In the bow we find a large VIP cabin with a center bed and private bathroom, also equipped with a shower stall. The galley is arranged along the port broadside with considerable storage availability, even below the floor level, where space is not occupied by tanks.<
The market launch price is 420,000 euros including VAT. Lung. 14.48 m; wid. 4.48 m; draught. 2.3 m; displ. 14,300 kg; sup. vel. 120.2 sq. m. en.delphiayachts.eu