Allow us to introduce to you Marama, the Fijian word for "Lady". This is a full-displacement, long-range expedition yacht built by Delta with exterior styling and interior design by the Setzer Design Group. Marama is being built to an extreme seaworthy criterion permitting her to take on all the challenges of the South Pacific where she'll spend most of her time. Robust and seaworthy, yet without question, a beautiful creation certain to turn heads. She will feature styling elegant and traditional with a mahogany interior full of elements reminiscent of classic sailing yachts. With her 23,600 gallon fuel capacity, Marama's range exceeds virtually any yachts of similar size. This Lady is expected to take her place in the ocean in the beginning of 2008. 


LOA: 124’/37.8 meters
LWL: 114’-8”/34.95 meters
Beam: 28'-3"/8.61 meters (molded), 29'-2"/8.89 meters (extreme)
Draft: 10’-4”/3.15 meters  (half load)
Displacement: 430 long tons (half load)
Engines: (2) CAT 3412E, 650 Bhp @ 1800 rpm
Max. Speed: (half load)13.5 knots
Cruise @80% MCR: 13 knots
Fuel capacity: 23,600 US gallons
Range: 9,200 nautical miles @ 10kt
Generators: (2) Northern Lights 65 kW, (1) Northern Lights 40 kW
Stabilizers: Quantum QC 1800 Zero Speed
Bow thruster: Quantum QT 120 Hp

Fresh water capacity: 2,200 US gallons
Water-makers: (2) Sea Recovery Aquamatic 1800 GPD
Air-conditioning: Dometic Environmental 36 Ton
Paint: Awlgrip
Material: Composite
Owner and Guests: 6
Crew: 6
Naval architecture: Delta Design Group
Exterior styling: Setzer Design Group
Interior Space Planning: Setzer Design Group
Interior Design: Rothschild Designs and Setzer Design Group
Builder/Year: Delta/2008