Delta Marine is not only one of the world’s foremost superyacht builders, it is also one of the few American yards that builds completely custom yachts. This one-of-kind, 124-foot yacht is an excellent example the Pacific Northwest shipyard’s construction technology, craftsmanship, and proven naval architecture. Powered by twin 1,450-hp Detroit Diesel 16V92T engines that give her a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots, she is a seakindly, go-anywhere vessel. Her range at an economical 10-knot speed is 2,300 nautical miles, consuming just 40 gallons per hour. Upgrade Naiad stabilizers ensure those sea miles will be smooth and stable for everyone on board.
The Pavlik Design Group created the 124-foot Delta’s airy interior décor, which has a relaxed, beach house ambiance, filled with warm, light woods and fine stonework. Large windows bring in light and views of the sea around you. There are spacious accommodations eight guests in four staterooms on board. The master suite is located on the lower deck, amidships; the most comfortable spot on the yacht for sleeping in all sea conditions. It features a king berth and ensuite marble his-and-hers heads with a Jacuzzi tub and shower. There are two mirror-image queen staterooms with ensuite marble heads lie aft. A VIP stateroom with ensuite marble head is located forward on the main deck. The Delta also offers roomy accommodations for six crew.
Owners and guests never lack for the perfect place to enjoy a meal, whether casual or formal, open-air or within an air-conditioned salon. The yacht’s tri-deck design, which encompasses a bridge deck with sky lounge topped by a sun deck area, large main and lower decks, offers multiple exterior spaces for entertaining, sunbathing, and enjoying a long soak in the six-person bridge-deck Jacuzzi.
Launched by Delta in 1998, this classic motor yacht has been meticulously maintained by a professional crew. Her soft goods, entertainment systems and equipment have been updated by continuous refits and refurbishments over the past seven years.
|Interior Design:||Pavlik Design Group|
|Exterior Design:||Delta Design Group|
|Draft:||Max 6' 7|
|Main Engines:||2 x 1450hp Detroit Diesel 16V92TA2TA|
|Speed:||Cruising 15 knots Max 17 knots|
Entering the main salon from the aft deck, guests are impressed by the feeling of spaciousness thanks to the large windows and 7’ 2” headroom. Light maple woodwork showcases Delta’s artisanship. A large bar with six stools is to starboard, equipped with a refrigerator, ice maker and wine cooler. Opposite is an inviting seating area and forward, a dining area with a round table for easier conversation. The entertainment suite includes a 42-inch pop-up Samsung Plasma TV, DVD player, Iomaga hard drive with 1,000 movies, digital amplifier, Yamaha receiver, Sony 5-disc exchanger and iPod dock.
Situated to on the main deck to port for ease of service to the dining area, the large galley provides plenty of counter space and separation of “hot” and “cold” zones. A separate dinette area is forward. The long list of galley equipment includes:
A central staircase leads from the main deck to the lower-deck foyer. Aft are the entrances to two, mirror-image queen guest suites, each with marble-trimmed head and cedar closet. Each guest suite features an entertainment system with 22-inch Samsung LCD flatscreen TV, Pioneer DVD player and iPod docking station.
Forward, the master stateroom makes use of the yacht’s full, 26-foot beam. Aft are his-and-hers walk-in cedar closets. The king-size master berth faces a 26-inch Samsung LCD flatscreen TV with Pioneer DVD player. This stateroom also has a Sony Digital Amplifier and iPod docking station. Entrances to the his-and-hers heads are in the bulkhead to either side of the master berth. The marble-trimmed, full-beam head area also encompasses a Jacuzzi tub.
For special guests, a VIP suite is positioned forward on the main deck, with private access from the starboard- side companionway. Graced by large windows, this stateroom has a vanity and an ensuite, marble-lined head. The entertainment center includes a 22-inch Samsung LCD flatscreen TV with Pioneer DVD Player, HD Receiver, and iPod docking station.
Bridge & Sun Decks
The pilothouse has a large, wraparound helm station along with a dinette where guests can relax and watch the waters ahead. The yacht’s extensive list of navigation instruments includes:
Aft is the Skylounge, a great place for playing after-dinner card games and watching TV, or simply enjoying the views around the yacht. The woodwork here is an elegant nautical teak. The entertainment system features a 32-inch Samsung LCD flatscreen TV, Pioneer DVD Player, Sony Digital Amplifier, Yamaha Amplifier, iPod docking station and ONKYO docking station of the exterior deck. An icemaker and refrigerator keeps the drinks cool and handy.
The Skylounge opens onto the Boat Deck, which also features an alfresco dining area served by a stainless steel barbecue grill. Aft, near the tender storage area is a five-person Jacuzzi.
Stairs lead up to the lofty Sun Deck with sunpads for sun worshippers. Doubling as a flybridge, it also has an upper helm station with a full navigation suite, including a VEI 17” monitor for S Band radar, Raymarine ST60T depth indicator, Sea Hail Hailing system, Raymarine ST80 wind anemometer, Nauticomp 12” Monitor for electronic charts, Gyro Repeater, Navipilot V autopilot and Furuno GP-32 GP, Standard Horizon CMP23W, Standard Horizon Matrix GX1280S VHF Marine Transceiver, Furuno GPS - Model GP-32, and RAID Alarm panel monitor.
The captain also can pilot the boat from port and starboard steering stations below during docking maneuvers.
Located forward on the lower deck, accessed via a separate stairway to ensure guest privacy, the crew area spacious accommodations for six. The captain has a large private stateroom with separate entertainment system and ensuite head, while the remaining crew members have bunkrooms forward, sharing an additional two heads. There is a private crew mess with 21-inch Toshiba flatscreen TV and cooking facilities.
The crew mess also is equipped with a JMC RT-2500 VHF Marine Transceiver, ICOM BC-121N Multi Charger (6) for UHF Radios, 2x ICOM IC-F60 UHF Radio Transceivers, and a RAID Alarm panel monitor.
Delta is renowned for its well-laid out, highly functional engine rooms and machinery spaces. Upgrade equipment such as the Atlas Shore Power Converter System with Smart Box and Alfa Laval Fuel Oil Centrifuge ensure that this Delta 124 can make herself at home in any port. Here is the extensive equipment list:
|Fuel tank:||8,300 Gallon Fuel Tanks onboard + 2x 1,000 Gallon Fuel Bladders + 1x (750 Gallon Fuel Bladder)|
|Gear Boxes:||ZF Gear 2.448:1 Reduction, BW195 (Old Model Name), ZF 1950 (New Model Name)|
|Shafts:||Length: 206.50” (5245 mm), Diameter: 3.54” (90mm)|
|Propellers:||5 Blade Fixed Pitch; Diameter: 40”; Mean Pitch 38.55; Style: CX-500|