Built of composite GRP in the USA by Delta in 2006, she was designed in-house with an interior by Claudette Bonville Associates. She was refitted in 2018 and her ABS 15-year class survey was completed in 2021.
Accommodation is for 14 guests in seven staterooms. The king-sized master suite is located on the bridge deck aft and opens out onto a semi-private, fully-enclosed aft deck space with removable windows. Two VIP cabins are positioned on the main deck and two doubles and two twin cabins are on the lower deck.
In the main saloon, there is a wet bar to port and a generous buffet to starboard. The seating areas are symmetrically arranged, offering ample seating for up to 14 guests. The 12-person formal dining table takes centre stage, featuring a substantial solid glass tabletop on a custom cantilever stainless steel base. Victoria Del Mar's skylounge offers a comfortable space to unwind, with cozy couches in front of a large-screen TV and inviting port and starboard balconies.
Victoria Del Mar features an "all-decks elevator" and a main staircase crafted from Anigre and Zebrawood. The main deck boasts a full gym, which can be easily converted into a massage or spa room.
The sundeck features an outdoor galley, a bar, and a large HD cinema screen, setting the stage for the perfect alfresco cinema experience. Guests can enjoy the large Jacuzzi, an abundance of sunpads, and an alfresco dining area.
The 781GT yacht for sale is powered by twin 1,650hp Caterpillar engines, that were rebuilt in 2018, giving her a cruising speed of 12 knots, maximum speed of 14 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, USA, Victoria Del Mar is now asking $24,750,000.