|Materials||Diab Core Infusion GRP / Vinyl Ester|
|The hull length||10,0 meters|
|Fuel Capacity||550-800 liter|
|Secure Range||250-300 nm (estimate D6 400)|
|Fuel economy||1.6-1.8 l / nm at 30 knots (estimate)|
Engines / Performance
|1 x Volvo Penta D6 400 / 41-43 knots|
|2 x Volvo Penta D3 220 / 41-43 knots|
WORLD PREMIERE 2013!
Delta 33 Open is the second open model in the Delta model programs that we choose to call a unique tribrid of daycrusier, walkaround and family boat.
The boat is a further development of the Delta 26 Open which was designed by Ted Mannerfelt and was awarded the Swedish Forms Design S-prize 2012. Delta 33 Open is Ted’s second boat in the Delta family and the updated classic lines familiar from little sister 26 Open.
Delta 33 Open bidding on major social spaces outdoors or in a well-tailored chapel. Inside the boat we are greeted by the owner’s cabin in the bow with ample stowage space. Bathroom with separate shower is located on the starboard side at the fall and aft we find a generous midcabin with room for 2 adults or 2-4 smaller children.
Up on deck, we find a well-planned and space efficient longitudinal kitchenette. Aft is dining room for up to 10 people. The same seating folds easily into a sun bed and then measure the full 6 square meters.
Delta 33 Open is designed with the most modern vacuum technology with vinylester and divinycell (Diab Core Infusion Technology) and carbon fiber reinforced floor timbers. In combination with the hull’s air-lubricated cross step generates the market-leading low fuel consumption; estimated from 1.6 l / N of 30 knots.
In addition, Delta 33 Open amply equipped. Bow thruster, vacuum glued teak deck, 12 inch color plotter, once heating, double canopy, dual Mastervolt AGM batteries and mixer from Vola are examples of what is included in the basic specification. Options include generator with air conditioning, electric anchor winch in the bow or stern, single or dual installation on the engine side and joystick control for dual assembly.
Delta 33 Open unveiled at All for the Sea 2 to 10 March 2013.