2014-10-01
Delta presents 26m carbon yacht
PRESSRELEASE

Swedish motorboat brand Delta Powerboats presents Scandinavia’s most ambitious motoryacht project to date – a 26 metre carbon fibre sports cruiser.

It took the Swedish company Delta Powerboats just 10 years to grow from a 25 footer to the new 26 metre flagship.

“It is with great pleasure we announce that we have added a dream to our product portfolio – a 26 metre yacht built from carbon. We have been working over two years to complete the project, and it is with pride we now are able to present the result", says Kalle Wessel, sales manager at Delta Powerboats in Sweden.

During the first seatrial from Estonia to Stockholm, Sweden the top speed was measured 37 knots, and the fuel consumtion around 40% less than the competitors.

“The aim has been to maintain the core values of the Delta brand and build the most beautiful, most fuel efficient and most intelligent boat on the market. And the fact that hull number two is already in production indicates that we are on the right track aiming to create something special”, Kalle continues.

Just like the rest of the Delta fleet the yacht has a characteristic Scandinavian design, all materials are geniune and will age beautifully.

”The task of building a boat of this size was a real challenge, and to succeed we had to start from the base. We had to rebuild the factory and hire new skilled boatbuilders, technicians, and talented craftsmen in various skills to acheive a perfect result. The entire production is adapted for paying attention to environmental considerations. All boats are manufactured using vacuum infusion to get them equally strong and light, and on top both Delta 54 IPS and the Delta Yacht are built from carbon fibre”, explains Lennart Alpstål, owner of the Delta factory

For more information on this yacht please contact your Delta Powerboats dealer.

 
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