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Old 10-09-2019, 07:29   #1
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delphia sailboat owners

Does anyone know of a Delphia sailboat owners group? I am trying to get in touch with other owners to chat about general issues. I have recently bought a 2013 Delphia 31 and have some questions about the electrical setup which is not clear from the wiring diagrams or is see manual.
I have tried Delphia support but got no response as of yet!

Hope someone can point me in the right direction.
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Old 12-09-2019, 04:08   #2
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Re: delphia sailboat owners

Are you still interested in Delphia owners forum?
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Old 12-09-2019, 08:06   #3
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Hi, yes please let me know if you have any information. Now that Delphia is under the Beneteau umbrella looks like they won't make any sailboats of their own design anymore.
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Hard to say what will happen. So far they offer Boats as before. But maybe they will start to built only hulls per Beneteau design. Old constructions were built to be Blue water yachts. Mostly their yachts were sold in Poland and EU north countries. Do you have any problems with hull ?
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No problems with the hull, all good and like brand new. The issues are with the electrical setup. For example the vessel status on the display doesn't reflect the actual state of the anchor or navigation lights. It always shows them as off even when they are illuminated. Also I am unsure about the engine room blower/extractor. I don't know if it should be always on when the engine is running or if it's on a thermostat. The wiring diagrams are not that detailed.
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Engine room blower is on till power is off.
With electric there must be some mistake in connection so do not need the factory diagram just smart electrician :-).
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Old 12-09-2019, 13:04   #7
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Ok thanks, good to know it's on all the time engine is on, I checked there was no voltage when I first started the engine so will check back and find the fault. The display seems to require a signal input to activate the correct output on the screen and in the setup you can specify the input signal reference but to do this or activate it requires a password which I don't know. I asked Delphia for information but got no response.
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