NEW 2021 DELTA 60 OPEN
The 60 Open is the newest addition to the popular Carbon Series by renowned Swedish shipyard Delta Powerboats.
The lightweight carbon fiber hull is powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 800’s, a combination that makes her remarkably responsive and fuel efficient. In fact, the 60 Open is capable of cruising at 30 knots with a range of 500 nm and beyond without refueling.
What sets the 60 apart from the rest of the field? Simple, its fit and finish. Premium details are coupled with the minimalist sensibility of designer Lars Modin. When taken together, those features create the sophisticated aesthetic that discerning owners have come to expect from Delta Powerboats.
Construction financing available!
100% carbon fiber
Twin Volvo Penta IPS 900 600hp each
39 knot top speed
Three (3) double staterooms
Gryo stabilizers and DPG
Handlaid teak decking
Flush skylights and hatches
Dual helm seats, port and starboard
Foldable teak dining tables
Hydraulic tender lift integrated with platform
Oversized sunbed with fixed backrest and hydraulic engine room hatch
Custom canopy sunshade
Hydraulic tender lift for up to 400 kilos
Passerelle gangway/swim ladder integrated with platform
Emergency swim ladder
Hand laid vacuum-glued teak deck
Volvo Penta / Garmin glass cockpit system
Volvo Penta electronic controls, gyro and genset controls
Handcrafted interior with finest selected teak and 8 layers of varnish
Solid teak flooring
Owner stateroom with en suite head
Flexible guest stateroom arrangements, select twin or double berths
Delta Powerboats was founded in 2002 in Stockholm, Sweden. Since then they have delivered 600 boats between 25 and 88 feet to proud new owners all around the globe.
In 2010, Delta Powerboats was the first manufacturer in the motor yacht industry with large scale production of carbon fiber boats. Today the Carbon Series includes the Delta 54, 60 and 88.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.