Delta recently launched Katya – a 151-foot full-displacement superyacht built to travel the world’s oceans. Katya is the fifth yacht built out of Delta’s proven full-displacement design and is both Lloyd’s and MCA classed. Her striking exterior is styled by the in-house Delta Design Group, who is also responsible for the entire engineering package. Dominated by a long, raised sheer line with gentle slope, her profile is a combination of classic and cutting edge design.
The main salon is draped with breathtaking views through large windows and curved glass entry doors flanked with a mirrored set of handsome bar cabinets. Guest and service traffic will flow easily forward past the glass encased art displays into the dining salon where a custom mahogany dining table is anchored with a bow-front hutch. Matching buffets both port and starboard are finished in crotch mahogany with stone tops.
The full-width master, located forward on the main deck, again features large hull-side windows perfect for taking in the morning sunshine or enjoying a moonlight starry sky. Below deck are four ample size guest cabins with a watertight passage way for easy access to the crew quarters. Like the main living spaces, the guest areas will feature warm tones, satin finishes, painted overheads and soft upholstered wall panels.
Katya is powered by a pair of Caterpillar 3508 engines and has zero-speed stabilizers with an integrated central hydraulic system. The engine room is complete with an enclosed control room and engineers office. The main tender is stowed in an aft opening garage with a hydraulically actuated cradle for deployment. A second crew tender is stowed on the upper deck with jet skis and toys.
Photos of Katya by Baird / SuperYachtPhoto.com.