the flagship of the range

The new Dehler 46SQ embodies everything that Dehler have learnt over almost sixty years of yacht design. The quality of finish and level of trim leads the fleet, whilst new rigs, a flat furler and optional flying forestay guarantee a capable and exhilarating sail.

“Effortless speed” seem to be the go-to words to describe the 46SQ. Enjoy the coastline with ease or take on the oceans of the world: whichever sailing you plan to do, the 46SQ can be relied upon to handle the challenge. 

thoughtful design

The culmination of the Dehler design heritage, the 46SQ includes some superb new features. The redesigned cockpit area feels clean and uncluttered, with less plastic parts and more elements stowed out of sight in the halyard boxes. 

An integrated footrest offers extra comfort for longer legs at the helm, and folds flush to the deck when not in use. A new, lighter remote-controlled bathing platform, streamlined arch and even a backlit logo feature all add to the sense of carefully considered luxury on board. 

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brighter interior

The new design of the 46SQ is evident below deck, with a big increase in the amount of natural light. Enlarged hull windows and two new windows added to the hull make the saloon a light, airy space. Time onboard shouldn’t be a compromise in terms of comfort and the Dehler 46SQ does everything it can to ensure you love every minute.

From the huge island berth in the owner’s suite, through to the beautifully appointed galley, the 46SQ is wonderfully spacious and comfortable.

bay hopping and horizon hunting

Plans and dreams change but you shouldn’t need to change your choice of boat as they do. Whether your plans include crossing oceans, or they simply may do in the future, the Dehler 46SQ will take whatever you throw at her in her stride.

Her long legged mile eating speed lends itself to passage making and if you get there hours, or even days, ahead of expectations, all the better. 

Surpassing expectations is what Dehler is all about after all.