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  1. Delta Debuts A New Build...
    ... and a Building!


    Delta, a world-leader in yacht building, has combined its expertise in composite construction with steel and aluminum hull fabrication to open a new yard dedicated to metal hull construction. The new facility, Delta North, is located just down river from Delta’s current 25-acre site and consists of a high-bay building roughly 400’ long x 100’ wide. This fully enclosed facility allows Delta to build metal hulls over 100-meters in length.

    The 'Delta North' site had been previously used for building ferries and tugs, and had the high overheads and rugged utility infrastructure needed for large scale commercial shipbuilding. Last year, Delta took this facility and renovated it into a modern, fully equipped ship yard. Delta installed new rolling doors, security features, electrical and mechanical systems including two 25-ton overhead gantry cranes, and the latest equipment and tooling for metal fabrication. In addition to the investment in the facility and equipment, Delta compiled a highly experienced metal vessel construction team that represents the best in their field. This team includes skilled fabricators and welders, experienced production managers, and key additional engineers for the Delta Design Group.

    The first hull to be built at Delta North is a 208-foot steel and composite expedition yacht with diesel electric propulsion and dynamic positioning. Responding to the trend for more self sufficiency, Delta has designed a yacht that has no geographic limitations and is designed to the latest in environmental standards, including a comprehensive waste management plan. It has helicopter landing capabilities and is currently designed to include a recessed helicopter garage. With an ice-class designation, this yacht is suitable for luxury entertaining and personal exploration anywhere in the world, or even remote oceanographic research. The interior and superstructure can be custom designed to meet the requirements of the owner. Hull construction is well-advanced with delivery scheduled for 2011.
  2. The quality of work, the experience of the work force and the dedication to building the best yachts in the world are synonymous with the Delta name. Delta North complements this tradition. As each metal hull is completed, it will be transported to Delta’s main site by barge, a distance of only three miles. All outfitting and finish work including electrical and mechanical installation, interior fabrication and painting applications will be completed at the main Delta facility by the skilled artisans and craftsman that have been a part of Delta for decades.

    Although Delta is best known for its all composite construction, in the last several years it has expanded its efforts in building larger metal yachts. These projects include the 240-foot, LAUREL, with a steel hull and a 180-foot semi-displacement motor yacht, currently under construction, with an aluminum hull. With the new facility, Delta is positioned to lead the industry in building metal hulls with entirely composite superstructures. “This allows us to be more innovative, less restricted by history and find unconventional solutions, lightweight, creative forms that are more progressive in design and utility,” says Jay Miner, Delta’s Chief Naval Architect.
  3. About Delta – Delta is a world leader in composite yacht construction, pioneering the use of composite superstructures on metal hulled yachts. Their reputation for building seaworthy, quality vessels is built on years of experience and the drive to create innovative and beautiful yachts. Complete with a team of naval architects, marine engineers and skilled workers with years of experience in specialized fields, Delta expertly combines traditional craftsmanship and the latest technology. They are located just five minutes from Boeing Field, a private jet center, and 10 minutes from Downtown Seattle.

    Specifications:

    LOA: 208’ 0” / 63.4 m
    LWL: 184’ 7” / 57.1 m
    Beam: 42’ 7” / 13.0 m
    Draft: 12’ 8” / 3.86m (half load)
    Displacement: 1550 long tons (half load)
    Material: Steel/Composite
    Owner and Guests: 12
    Crew: 22

    Propulsion and Generators:

    Siemens Diesel Electric with Dynamic Positioning
    (2) Cat 3512 Propulsion Generators 1700 ekW
    (3) Cat C9 Ship’s Service Generators 250 ekW

    Performance:

    Max Speed: 16.6 knots
    Cruise: 15.0 knots
    Range: 7,000 nautical miles @ 12 knots

    Capacities:

    Fuel Capacity: 51,300 US gallons / 194,000 liters
    Fresh Water: 12,300 US gallons / 46,500 liters
    Seawater Ballast Capacity 27,800 US gallons / 105,000 liters
    Black Water: 3,000 US gallons / 11,356 liters
    Gray Water: 3,200 US gallons / 12,113 liters

    Equipment:

    Stabilizers: Quantum QC-2200XT Zero Speed
    Bow & Stern Thruster: Schottel SST 170TLK Bow Thruster 250 kW
    Schottel SPJ 57 Stern Thruster 200 kW
    Air-conditioning: NR Koeling

    Classification:

    Lloyd’s Register Maltese Cross 100 A1 SSC Yacht
    Mono G6 Maltese Cross LMC UMS Ice Class 1D; Large Yacht Code (LY2)
    Special Features Helicopter Hanger with Refueling Station

    For More Information Contact:

    Delta Yachts
    1608 South 96th Street
    Seattle, WA 98108
    206.763.2383
    www.DeltaMarine.com

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