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Hull & Deck
Aerospace technology is used in the sandwich construction of both the hull and deck. A structural reinforcing grid evenly distribues the rigging loads. This design provides great strength and considerable weight savings.
   Hull Sandwich construction fiberglass 20mm Divinycell H80 core, blue boot stripe with 3 sheer lines.
   Deck Sandwiched construction white B.R.P. molding 20mm Divinycell H45 core
   Hull to Deck Joint Stainless steel bolts on 3 inch centers bonded and bolted through toerail
   Fin Keel lead and antimony epoxy treated
Large anchor well
Anchor bowroller
Teak handrails
The Diva 39 has a generous T-shaped cockpit with features that make her a joy to sail - a fixed folding table hat is elegant and functional, a bridge deck sheet storage locker and seats designed for comfort at anchor or under sail.
   Teak folding table with drink holders hinged conveniently to bridge deck
Storage locker for halyard tails and sheets in bridgedeck
Deck hatch to aft storage locker
Two lazarettes
Propane locker vented overboard
Recessed Instrument panel
Contoured seats ans seat backs
Tiller steering standard
Wheel steering (optional)
  Emergency tiller (with wheel option)
  Silva compass (with wheel option)
Faster than most motor sailors, the Diva 39 will motor at close to 8 knots. For ease of maintenance, the Diva's engine box is completely removable.
   Yanmar 18 hp Diesel with shaft drive
Yanmar Special Oil Lube packing box
Folding prop 2 blade
Complete neoprene engine compartment
Engine compartment
  insulated in aluminized mylar
Alarm systems
  Oil pressure
  Battery charge
Level engine controls Single
Fuel tank (10.5 gal) stainless steel
Fuel filters
Tools and tool box
Fire extinguisher
The Diva 39 has an ample fractional rig with double swept back spreaders. The Isomat mast and boom feature internal halyards, even the reefing lines are led aft to the cockpit.

Isomat Mast, tapered anodized aluminum
   Double airfoil spreaders
Internal wire and rope halyards
Main halyard lead aft to cockpit
Genoa halyard lead aft to cockpit
Pilot lines genoa, spinnaker and foreguy

Boom, anodized aluminum with internal halyards
   Two reefing lines lead aft to cockpit
Outhaul wire and rope lead aft to cockpit
Foot flattener lead aft to cockpit

Standard Rigging, stainless steel wire 1x19
   Mainshrouds 06mm
   Intermediate Shrouds     05mm
   Lower Shrouds 07mm
   Headstay 04mm
   Backstay 04mm
   Running Backstay 05mm
The Diva 39 has first quality deck hardware that is complete from the transom mounted swim ladder to the self-tacking jib system.
   Bow Pulpit Stainless steel double rail
Stern Pulpit Stainless steel double rail
Swim Ladder Stainless steel
Stanchions Stainless steel with bases bolted through toerail and deck
Lifelines Double P.V.C. coated
4 Mooring cleats
Slotted alloy toerail
2 Lewmar 40 winches
2 Lewmar 30 self-tailing winches
2 Lewmar 30 winches
2 10" locking winch handles
10 easy lock sheet stoppers
10 turning blocks on coach roof
Rigid boom vand with topping lift
Self-tacking jib with slider and stops
Main sheet Multiple purchase system with matching track slider and stops
2 Genoa tracks with cars
2 Genoa sheet cleats
An oversized electrical panel provides ample room for all your electronics. One battery is isolated for engine only.

Large electrical control panel
Two Battery swiches for electrical systems
2 marine batteries, 75 amp/hr maint. free
Separate battery for engine start only
Blocking diodes for simultaneous charging
Alternator 55 amp/hr changing system
Navigation lights including steaming light
Electrical circuits, port and star, fore and aft

Below the waterline all seacocks are bronse with double clamped hoses.

Bronse seacocks below waterline
Hoses, double clamped below waterline
Water tank stainless steel with deck fill
Bilge pump
Cockpit drains