Delta's 154' "Mr. Terrible"What's in a name? Owners typically have something in mind which details the passion they feel about their Yachts. This ‘label’ could honor a beautiful wife, an enchanting destination; or perhaps a play on words only peers could grasp. It appears this graceful yacht “Mr. Terrible” may rank within the latter, even though “she” boasts accolades as a highest rated, prize-winning yacht in her class at Monaco and Cannes. Turns out, it’s simpler than it seems. First, why is this yacht so acclaimed? Delta, with the Jones family’s 40 years of boat building, has cemented a reputation for the highest quality as well as innovation. From speedboats to commercial fishing craft, it has turned out vessels made to confront the harsh, turbulent seas of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and the Bering Sea – 800 of them. Since the 1990s, Delta’s 300-person work-force has specialized exclusively in luxury yachts, with its fervent dedication to detail in satisfying customers’ needs.