While Delphia isn’t an instantly recognisable brand in our part of the globe, this Polish company have been turning out attractive, well-constructed and crafted yachts since the early 1990s.
Their latest collaboration is with highly respected UK designer Tony Castro, who drew the lines of the 12 identical Clipper 70s, which are punching through the closing stages of their 40,000 nautical mile lap of the planet.
Castro has created very sleek, low profile offerings, with a substantial beam carried all the way aft, fixed bowsprit for a Code Zero or asymmetric, along with twin wheels and rudders. The hulls have a single chine reminiscent of the Oceanis 51.1 hull. They should capably deliver reaching and downhill speeds in the double digits.
The new 42 foot (12.8 metres) model replaces the company’s best-selling Delphia 40.3. The new 50 foot plus model (thought to be around 58 feet or 17.6 metres), will be the first boat over 50 feet for the brand.
Full details and specifications should be released soon, with the first model due to be launched later in the year.
Founded by two Polish brothers in 1990, Delphia Yachts is one of the largest yacht manufacturers in Europe. It has a workforce of around 600, one of the biggest CNC machines on the continent and already produces an impressive array of sailing and motorboats, handling everything in-house. Their attention to detail is apparent in the overall construction quality of every boat they produce.
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