SS Delphine is a masterpiece of Maritime Affairs and Nautics. Originally launched by the Dodge family in 1921, SS Delphine is now grander and more sophisticated than ever, having incorporated every amenity today’s charter guests desire. This vintage steam-powered super yacht is on the market for $49,571,000 and is the last of its kind still floating.
SS Delphine is officially registered as a passenger ship, able to carry up to 36 of them and host up to 150 guests with 24 crewmembers. When wander through the expansive rooms or around the vast and elegant decks of SS Delphine, you’ll marvel at the seamless blend of old-world style and modern-day comfort and convenience.
Every original detail of the 1921 ship has been painstakingly reproduced. If you love antiques and lots of varnish and brass, Delphine is for you. Delphine is a fully operational yacht, equipped with all of the latest technology to comply with modern SOLAS regulations and to ensure the comfort and safety of her passengers.
Luxuriously furnished guest suites all have en-suite baths, satellite TV, safes, minibars, music systems, and telephones for satellite/intercom use. Wi-Fi is available on the promenade deck, in the yacht’s smoking room, which is replete with oversized tufted leather furniture. On this deck, you can also relax on one of the silk-upholstered, elegantly carved, period sofas in Delphine’s lounge. The yacht’s two classic wooden tenders from the 1920s, still raised and lowered manually, can be found here as well. On the main deck, you’ll find the music room, complete with a baby grand piano. On the deck is large Jacuzzi/swimming pool that can be filled with either sea water or fresh water.
The 78.5 meter SS Delphine was fully restored in 2003. It has a maximum speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots, with a range of 2,500 nautical miles at 10 knots.