The expedition-style megayacht Triton, built by Delta Marine, the largest composite yacht built in the U.S. when she was launched in 2004 goes under the hammer on April 26, under order of the United States Marshal. This truly unique invention, a 50 m 163 (ft) capacious composite ship is currently in San Diego.
The balanced boat has been created from a naval architect called Delta Design Group, who has developed an advanced hull laminate schedule utilizing carbon fiber to ensure strength and durability. She is built for action for the adventurous owners which built her and can accommodate sport fishing, deep-sea scuba diving, and water games and various activities.
Other attractive features of Triton: a helipad; a skylounge that can be an indoor-outdoor area; a galley that can be a crew-exclusive area or a comfortable country kitchen; accommodations for 14 in the owner’s party, thanks to pullmans in the four guest staterooms; cabins for a 10-person crew; mahogany paneling throughout; a draft of 9’4” (nearly 2.9 meters); and a beam of about 31 feet (9.4 meters).
Exquisite details meet the eye at every turn. Master bedroom suite creates a haven, a private retreat. Formal writing desk, lounging area, a place to decompress when the yacht is full.
When talking about power, twin 1,000-hp Caterpillar diesels further permit a reported 6,100-nautical-mile range at 12 knots.