The Boat

SV Wolf is an Optima 92 from the German shipyard Dehler. She was built in 1976 and has a 31 ft or 9.2 m length. 

Back in the day, sail yachts were built much more sturdy than most of today’s shipyards do, and especially the Optima 92 boats are known among German and Dutch sailors as extremely sturdy and robust, seaworthy boats. If you want a bit more action she also can do that and is pretty fast for a cruising boat and is especially well designed for solo sailors. Under deck, she offers space for up to five people to sleep, has a propan stove, a wet room, and pretty much everything you need.

Vessel Data – SV Wolf

LOA: 9.2 m (31 ft)
LWL: 7.4 m (24 ft)
Beam: 3.0 m (10 ft)
Displacement: 3,900 kg
Ballast: 1,900 kg
Draft: 1.65 m (6 ft)
Water tank: 160 l (42.3 gal)

Construction: Fiberglass
Year built: 1976
Model: Optima 92
Designer: Van de Stadt
Bilder: Dehler Yachts

Engine: Yanmar 3YM20 21 hp
Propulsion: Saildrive
Fuel tank: 60 l (15.6 gal)
Reserve fuel: 60 l (15.6 gal)
Total range: 330 nm

Mainsail (17 m²)
Genoa (29 m²)
Jib (21 m²)
Storm jib (6m²)

Gennaker (76 m²)
Spinnaker (72 m²)

Batteries: 2x 110 Ah AGM
Starter battery: 65 Ah AGM
Main power source: 75 Amp alternator
Backup power source: Honda 10i gasoline generator

Soon to be installed:
220 Wp solar panels

Automatic bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Diesel heater

Emergency Equipment:
2x fire extinguisher

Call Sign: OEX5817
MMSI: 203245817

Sailing vessel wolf of skipper jakob lang laying in port.