PROJECT 164041
Delta is excited to announce the construction of a 50-meter, full-displacement motor yacht built out of Delta's proven hull design.With the large tank volumes and extended range needed for long passages, this yacht will travel the world's oceans safely, with fortitude and grace. A voluminous interior with a beam of nearly 34 feet provides ample space to bring to life a luxurious Polynesian paradise.The natural and comfortable style of the South Pacific islands are adorned with organic and textural fabrics and warm open grain woods in the Khaya and Bubinga families. Designed and engineered by the in-house Delta Design Group, the yacht boasts over 7,500 square feet of living area, and is more than 750 gross tons.Her unique arrangement with the master on the upper deck allows for a spacious gym and office on the main deck.

PROJECT 164041
LOA: 164' 0" / 50 meters
LWL: 147' 7" / 45 meters
Beam: 34' 1" / 10.4 meters
Draft: 9' 7" / 2.9 meters (half load)
Displacement: 552 long tons (half load)
Engines: 2x CAT 3512B, 1,650 BHp @ 1,600rpm
Generators: 2x CAT C6.6 125kW
Max Speed: 16 knots
Cruise Speed: 14.5 knots
Range: 5,000 nautical miles @ 13 knots
Fuel Capacity: 21,900 US gallons

Fresh Water Capacity: 3,000 US gallons
Stabilizers: Quantum QC-1800 Zero Speed
Bow Thruster: Quantum QT 150
Air-Conditioning: Aqua Air 60 ton
Material: Composite
Owner and Guests: 12
Crew: 12
Classification: LR100 A1 SSC Yacht G6 Mono MCH
Naval Architecture: Delta Design Group
Exterior styling: Delta Design Group
Builder / Year: Delta / 2012