The 36-metre motor yacht Delta One has been newly listed for sale with central agent Maarten ten Holter of Mulder Yachting.
Built of aluminium in the Netherlands in 2017 by Mulder Shipyard, Delta One is a ThirtySix model, designed by Claydon Reeves. Her Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) is by naval architects Van Oossanen and the interior design was worked up by Vickers Studio.
Accommodation is for a party of up to 10 guests and includes a full-beam owner's suite forward on the main deck, with a wonderful skylight over the bed and private foredeck access. Of the four further guest cabins on the lower deck, two have additional Pullman berths while a full-beam cabin is effectively a second master suite. There are quarters for a crew of up to six, including the captain.
Delta One's saloon is bright thanks to floor-to-ceiling-windows and benefits from a sit-up bar and plenty of comfortable low-profile seating. A large dining area forward offers uninterrupted views and enjoys a semi-al-fresco feel thanks to the fold-out side balcony. A distinctive and fun design feature is a tyre-tread-patterned sole that extends across the saloon, reaching out onto the teak deck. Further subtle car-influenced details, such as bedside clocks, are found around the yacht, giving additional character.
Winner of a World Superyachts Awards Neptune in 2018, Delta One sports all the features one would find on a larger superyacht, effortlessly packaged into a handsome exterior profile, with plumb bow. Her large aft deck offers plenty of shade for welcome cocktails or an al fresco meal while the generously-proportioned beach club, reached via twin staircases, invites guests to swim or relax at sea level making use of its seating area, day head and shower.
Up on the large sundeck is a further al fresco dining table as well as an eight-person Jacuzzi, wet bar and sunbeds. The sundeck connects directly to the wheelhouse, through a companionway, so guests can easily get involved or request a change of plan.
A transverse garage has space to stow a 6.5-metre tender and a pair of jetskis as well as watertoys. With charter potential, the commercially registered 298GT yacht for sale is powered by twin Caterpillar diesels that give her a top speed of 17 knots, cruising speed of 15 knots and a "transatlantic range" at an economical speed of 10 knots.
Delta One's asking price is upon application. She is lying on the Amalfi coast, Italy.