Advertisement
Search Boats for Sale

2014 Delphia 46cc

Request Price Listed price: Warszawa, Poland
Make Delphia
Model 46cc
Year 2014
Condition New
Price Request Price
Type Sail
Class Cruiser
Length 48 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Composite
Location Warszawa, Poland
LOA 47 ft 6 in
Beam 14 ft 8 in
Max Draft 7 ft 7 in
Dry Weight 14000 kg
Designer Andrzej Skrzat
Cabins 3
Heads 2
Fuel Tanks 1 x 400 liters
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 600 liters
Holding Tanks 1 x 194 liters

Description

The Delphia 46cc was designed as the ultimate example of synergy between naval architect and boat builder and it's dedicated a specially for customers who above all appreciate the pure art of sailing. This high-end model with a central cockpit features rigging and capstans from the world’s leading manufacturers and uncompromisingly satisfies the expectations of even the most demanding of yachtsmen.
Despite its smooth lines and luxurious feel, the obvious sporting pedigree will not allow you to forget you are aboard a thoroughbred seagoing yacht. The robust hull, designed by renowned designer Andrzej Skrzat and shared by the Delphia 47, ensures unmatched stability in rough sea and achieves excellent speeds upwind. Boasting a big yacht feel, the 46cc provides a relaxed atmosphere while under sail and with the latest technical innovations, is easy to helm even when sitting at the navigation table. 
The elegant and spacious interior is the creation of world-famous designer Birgit Schnaase of Schnaase Interior Design and includes a wealth of exclusive and practical details you would normally expect of a super yacht. Built with utmost attention to quality and detail, the large enclosed guest area with central cockpit table and sumptuous sofas is ideal for dining and relaxing while tackling the challenges of blue water cruising or simply enjoying the vista that it offers. The two-cabin configuration maximises all available space in the stateroom and guest cabin. The berths are placed as close as possible to the center of yaw to ensure maximum comfort when sleeping in open waters. All this, combined with a long waterline, roomy deck and generous saloon, lend this new marvel of yacht design a spacious, light and airy living area with an omnipresent feeling of extravagance more usually expected of much larger craft found in an entirely different price range. Delphia 46cc is available with either a fixed or a swing keel.

Show More…

Hull Construction

  • Colour white, GRP hand lay-up
  • Dark blue water line stripes
  • Hull liner made of galvanized steel connects keel with chain plates
  • Sandwich construction above water line
  • Keel in cast-iron
  • Pre-balanced rudder
  • Bow thruster 8,5 kW / 24 V
  • Non-opening board hatches
  • Antifouling (with epoxy undercoat)

Deck

  • Colour white, GRP hand lay-up, sandwich construction
  • Teak deck
  • Bow fitting with integrated anchor roller
  • Pulpit
  • Navigation LED lights
  • Anchor box
  • Electric windlass 1400W with 20 kg anchor and 70 m 10 mm galvanized chain
  • Aluminum toe-rails with eight open chocks
  • 6 mooring cleats – forward, central and aft
  • 8 stanchions with double lifeline - height of 750 mm
  • Opening gates in lifelines
  • 14 rope clutches
  • 6 deck hatches
  • 9 openable side ports
  • 2 handrails on the coach roof
  • Jib track in front of mast
  • Main sheet track behind cockpit
  • Pre-balanced main sheet tackle traveler
  • 3 winch handles
  • 6 docking lines, 6 fenders
  • 4 eyes to lifelines
  • Cockpit shower hot and cold water
  • Locker for 2 gas bottles, gas installation with gas leaking tester in aft section
  • 2 lockers on aft deck
  • Pushpits
  • Flag staff
  • 2 self-tailing winches 46.2 STA (on the coach roof)

Cockpit

  • Spacious cockpit with teak laid floor and seats
  • Companionway with sliding hatch cover and washboard
  • Opening hatch in aft cabin
  • Steering pedestal with hydraulic system and steering wheel covered with leather
  • Compass on steering pedestal
  • Engine control panel
  • 2 self-tailing winches 46.2 STA (in cockpit)
  • Emergency tiller
  • Hydraulically opened aft platform with ladder
  • Teak cockpit table

Accommodations

  • All joinery work in natural mahogany wood, slight difference of hue is possible, matt varnish
  • Spacious forward cabin with double berth, seat, wardrobe and separated entrance to the toilet
  • Roomy forward lavatory with electric toilet and 47 L holding tank, separated shower cabin and towel hanger
  • Skipper cabin with single berth
  • Saloon bathroom with electric toilet and 47 L holding tank
  • Table in saloon with sofa
  • Interior LED lighting
  • Upholstery, brown colour
  • Chart table in saloon
  • Spacious aft cabin with french bed, dressing table, wardrobe and with individual access to the toilet
  • Aft bathroom with shower, electric toilet, holding tank 47 L and towel hanger
  • Deck saloon – panoramic windows made of glass

Galley

  • Inox sink
  • 2-burner gas stove (gimbaled) with oven
  • Fridge 64 L
  • Freezer 80 L
  • Cupboards for kitchenware
  • Waste basket
  • Tap for hot and cold water
  • Work surfaces (light colour) made of corian
  • 3 fire extinguishers, 1 fire extinguisher blanket

Engine

  • Engine Volvo Penta D2-55, S-drive
  • Fixed 3-blade propeller
  • Fuel tank 400 L
  • Fire extinguisher in engine chamber
  • Engine room light

Electrical

  • Master electric panel, indicator of battery charging, level gauges for water, waste water and diesel tank
  • Main electrical switches
  • Battery charger 230V/12V/60A
  • 22 m cable and plug to power 230 V installation
  • 1 socket 12V (at chart table)
  • 10 sockets 230 V (forward lavatory, forward cabin, saloon lavatory, skipper cabin, galley, saloon, chart table, aft lavatory, aft cabin)
  • House batteries AGM 3 x 130 Ah, starting battery AGM 1 x 70 Ah, bow thruster battery 1 x 130 Ah
  • Wires in tinned cupper

Electronics

  • Garmin GMI 10; speed, temperature and depth sensor

Rig

  • Selden mast (on keel step) with two spreaders, in two parts
  • Two steps on the mast
  • Boom with single line reef and kicking strap tackle
  • Lazy Jack – grey colour
  • Mechanical backstay tensioner
  • Self-tacking, furling jib in ACL, furler under deck
  • Full-battened mainsail in ACL with cars and two reefs
  • Anchor light, steaming light and deck spotlight

Sails

  • Main sail area 53,65 m2 577,48 ft2
  • Genoa area (fock) 30,50 m2 328,30 ft2

Advertisement

Services

Related Articles

  1. Boat Reviews

    Hanse 505: Sailing into the Future

    Fridtjof Gunkel
    January 20, 2014

    The Hanse 505 is based on the 495. But is it just an old cap with a new feather, or real progress in sailboat evolution? Read More

  2. Boat Reviews

    2014 Bavaria Vision 46: First Look Video

    Duncan Kent
    February 22, 2014

    Duncan Kent was at the 2014 London Boat Show to show us around this Bavaria Vision 46. Read More

  3. Boat Reviews

    2014 Hanse 505: First Look Video

    Staff
    February 18, 2014

    The Hanse 505 is a sailing machine - learn more from UK boat review expert Duncan Kent. Read More

  4. Boat Reviews

    2014 Bavaria Cruiser 51: First Look Video

    Dieter Loibner
    May 3, 2014

    In this First Look Video Dieter Loibner gives you an up-close look at the new Bavaria Cruiser 51. Read More

  5. Boat Reviews

    Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 509: Powerful and Dynamic

    Michael Good
    September 28, 2012

    Elegant and efficient on the outside, voluminous and stylish on the inside, as the flagship of Jeanneau’s cruising line, the Sun Odyssey 509 is intended as a transition to the luxury segment. Read More

  6. Boat Reviews

    Morris Ocean Series 48 GT: Sailing to a Better Place

    Zuzana Prochazka
    October 9, 2014

    Contemporary enhancements to a proven classic add livability, on this Morris Ocean Series update. Read More

Advertisement
Advertisement
You will have noticed some changes! We are building you a new and exciting boats.com. Stay tuned!
close