Delphia Yachts are high quality sailing machines built in Poland. The owner has just authorized a $15,000 price decrease and she's now under $100K. At this price you've just got to compare value!
Delphia Yachts are not your typical European coastal cruiser and are generally regarded as high quality performance sailing yachts.
If you are thinking about Hunter, Beneteau, Catalina, Hanse or Jeanneau, then you owe it to yourself take a look at the high quality design, construction and excellent sailing traits of a Delphia. These are not your typical coastal cruisers.
Delphia yachts sail world wide and many have made fast transoceanic passages. Delphia also build world renowned Maxi Yachts.
The 37.2 was originally commissioned here in Florida in 2012 and has been based in South Florida as a private yacht with occasional chartering around Biscayne Bay to offset owners' costs.
She's a joy to look at and she's well equipped with Volvo Penta Diesel, air conditioning, two staterooms, GPS Chartplotter, Autopilot, and good sails. She includes a dinghy, outboard and loads of cruising gear.
The Delphia 37 boasts the same legendary build quality Delphia is renowned for on their larger models. This stunning two cabin yacht offers an abundance of natural light below and 6' 5 inches of headroom in the salon for a very spacious feel. She is comfortable, sea kindly and designed to keep you and your crew safe whether you are sailing in the bay or across oceans. Her comfortable cockpit is deep and safe and features teak inserts in the seats and sole. The 37 is a classic sailing yacht with modern, yet attractive lines. She is outfitted with quality name brand equipment throughout, incorporates thoughtful design features and has excellent layout ergonomics in a very attractive package that make this the perfect midsized yacht.
Call now to inspect the Delphia 37.2 personally.
Builder: Delphia Yachts PL
Designer: Andrzej Skrzat
Rated "A Ocean" EU/Lloyds
Enter the companionway to the salon. Head is to port aft with Navigaion table forward and galley is to starboard aft. There is a private double berth stateroom aft.
The salon provides settees port and starboard and there is a butterfly folding table on centerline.
Forward is the V berth.
Generous storage throughout and good ventilation throughout make this an inviting interior space.
All joinery work is in mahogany
Forward cabin with double berths, standing height 6'2"
Height in salon: 6'5"
Chart table in salon
Private Head aft in salon with holding tank
Aft cabin with double berth and hanging lockers
Spare cabin with space tor stowing sails, bicycles etc.
Stainless steel twin deep sink
Gimbaled twin burner LPG Propane gas stove with oven and Vented tank locker
Xintex S2A Safety switch and solenoid
Large Isotherm Refrigerator 12 V DC
Drawers, bins and racks for stowage of cookery
Single lever faucet for hot and cold water
Work areas in Solid Surface Materials
Opening porthole above the stove
Folding counter/cutting board
Full complement of galley gear is included
Hot water heater
Intergral FRP Fiberglass head with shower for easy cleaning and maintenance
Jabsco electric flush head with holding tank
Hot cold pressure water for sink
Shower with separate sump
Generous storage in head area
Volvo Penta D1-30F diesel engine Fresh water cooled 27 HP Three cylinder
Engine hours; Less than 1100
Single lever throttle and shift control
Gori 3 Blade Folding propeller with overdrive
2 Zone Webasto Air conditioner
Tanks monitor at nav station
Raymarine C70 W widescreen GPS color chartplotter at helm
Raymarine Linear drive autopilot below decks
ST 70 autopilot control head
ST 70 wind and depth multifunction display on hood
Raymarine 49 VHF radio and mic mounted at companionway
Sony AM/FM/CD/USB stereo system with salon and cockpit speakers & remote stereo controls at helm
Suunto Compass at helm
Master electric panel with Circuitbreakers, 12 V DC and 120 V AC
(2) 30 amp shore power cords
Battery monitor, and tank levels
Interior LED lighting
Main switches and indicator of battery charging, voltmeter
Diesel fuel gauge
Battery charger 110V/12V 30 A
3 sockets 11 0 V
1 sockets 12 V
2 x 105 Ah batteries for house
1 x 70 Ah starting battery for engine
GRP Fiberglass hand lay-up; Vacuum bagged hull
Sandwich construction above water line
Aluminum toe-rail with six open chocks
Nine keel bolts M 30 stainless steel
Pre balanced spade eliptical rudder with roller bearings for responsive helm
Rudder main shaft in stainless steel 70 mm
Beavertail shoal draft keel with 5'2" draft
Delta Anchor with chain and nylon rode on stainless steel bow roller.
Quick electric windlass system with wired remote (control up and down)
Jefe Wheel steering with pedestal and stainless steel destroyer type wheel
Canvas Bimini and dodger on stainless steel frame
Walk thru transom with sugar scoop and integral folding SS swim ladder
Outboard motor mount on rail
Twin catbird seats port and starboard at stern
GRP hand lay-up, sandwich construction
Stern fillings with integrated anchor roller
Pulpit and pushpit with navigation lights
Anchor locker with extra reinforcement for
Mooring cleats forward, mid and all
8 stanchions with double Lifelines
1 large and 6 small opening hatches
Side port-lights, panoramic windows in tinted Plexiglas
2 top rails
Two 5 sheave deck organizers
2 Genoa / jib tracks with cars
Mainsheet track with ball bearing traveler car
Large self-draining cockpit with tour lockers
Companionway sliding hatch in Plexiglas
Washboard in one part
2 opening port-lights in to all cabins
Ten rope clutches
Two self-tailing winches No. 48 STA
Two self-tailing winches No. 30 STA
2 winch handles
Teak floor and seats
Propane bottle locker with space for 2 x 2 kg
Steering pedestal with stainless steel protection
bar and compass
Single level engine control
Bathing platform, teak in-laid, with swim ladder
Double spreader 9/10 rig
Main boom w/outhaul with 2 reefs
Solid boom Vang
Furling Genoa aprox 110% on Selden Roller furler; Furlex 200 series
Two full/two half batten Mainsail with two reefing points and lazy bag with lazy jacks
Anchor light, masthead and deck spotlight
All lines lead aft to cockpit
Spinlock line stoppers and Harken winches (2) # 35 two speed ST on cabin top roof
Harken 46 2 speed ST winches for headsail parallell to helm for shorthanded sailing
Mechanical split backstay adjuster
Cockpit line organizers
60 gallons in stainless steel tank
Water pressure pump
Holding tank tor toilet, 12 gallons
1 automatic bilge pump
1 manual bilge pump
Po Box 17141
Aboard SV Windswept at Marina Jack Sarasota
Sarasota, FL 34276