The 124-foot expedition yacht MARAMA was built to travel the world’s oceans safely and comfortably. Full-displacement and long-range, her solid composite hull is based on Delta’s proven naval architecture and is sea-worthy, durable, and strong. Her superstructure, incorporating a complex carbon-fiber mast, was styled by Setzer Design Group. She carries 22,600 US gallons of fuel for her already fuel-efficient CAT 3412 engines, thus giving her a range that exceeds that of virtually any yacht of similar size. Complete with Quantum Zero-Speed stabilizers, Delta designed her to be as comfortable at anchor as she is underway.
The owners, working in collaboration with Ward Setzer and Rothschild Design, created an interior that is breathtakingly elegant and meticulously detailed. Her styling is traditional, with rich mahogany and elements reminiscent of classic sailing yachts. In the main salon, the overheads make quite a statement with mahogany framed planks painted white. Just beyond, an elegantly curving central staircase crafted with mahogany, polished stainless steel, and woven leather offers enchanting transport throughout her levels. Another space equally as impressive as it is intimate is the galley and dining area. The owners sometimes enjoy watching the talented chefs at work in the kitchen, so it was designed as an open space, offering the comfort of a true home on the water.
On her outdoor spaces, she carries her tenders, which are deployed with overhead gantry cranes, aft of the main deck, allowing the upper deck to be open for formal dining or entertaining. The flybridge offers sunbeds and a dining settee, while the crow’s nest provides stunning views. A full complement of modern enhancements provide long-term liveaboard comfort, making MARAMA a master of thrilling adventure as well as unmatched hospitality.