Delta is excited to announce the construction of a new 50 metre, full-displacement motor yacht, project 164041. This is the sixth yacht built to Delta’s proven hull design with large tank volumes and extended range needed for transoceanic cruising. Designed and engineered by the Delta Design Group, this sleek motor yacht is more than 750 gross tons ITC with large interior volume, ample deck space, and the ability to safely travel the world’s oceans with fortitude and grace.
A voluminous interior with a beam of nearly 34 feet and over 7,500 square feet of living area provides ample space to bring to life an earthy, yet luxurious Polynesian-inspired paradise. An exquisite mosaic of texture and tactile materials are planned throughout her interior, with a grand play of dramatic, warm tropical hardwoods with Mascassar ebony, Wenge and Koa accents. Inlaid fine wool and silk carpets with clean and refined organic fabrics will complement both wall treatments and furnishings. Balinese inspired touches and tropical floral patterns also factor in the décor’s accent pieces.
Her unique arrangement includes the master on the upper deck and four large guest staterooms below. With the capacity to host 12 guests plus the owners, this impressive superyacht features plentiful room for intimate gatherings, formal dining and secluded sanctuary. The owners’ suite, aft of the pilot house on the upper deck, includes a stately lounge, private outdoor deck and dining area, and large spa bath with rain shower. The result is a cosy haven from the world with wide sweeping views of the surrounding area.
On the main deck is a large aft seating area perfect for alfresco dining. The main salon is open and comfortable with multiple areas to relax, entertain, and admire the view. While the dining salon features a gorgeously crafted contemporary solid slab dining table with natural, unfinished edges. Portside and forward, is a fully equipped gym with generous sauna and just opposite, is private library and office – both spaces with large hull windows equally gorgeous views of the scenery.
The sun deck is designed for entertaining, complete with day head, Jacuzzi tub, sunning chairs, bar and outdoor galley. This deck will offer its guests shade under a lightweight carbon fibre bimini that supports the mast, radar and communication systems. An elevator that travels to all four decks allows guests easy access to this teak-decked oasis.
Mechanically the yacht will be equipped with twin Caterpillar 3512B engines that will give her a cruising speed of 14.5 knots and a maximum speed of 16 knots. She will carry 21,900 US gallons of fuel and have a range of over 5,000 nautical miles. Her main tender will be stowed in a float-in garage with a smaller tender stowed on the sun.