Delphia Yachts
Q1 Greenogue Business Park, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin, Ireland
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Delphia 40.3

DELPHIA 40.3 is an oceangoing yacht built to RCD Category A, ensuring it meets the highest standards for performance and safety. Delphia 40.3 is available in two, three and four cabin versions with all versions featuring two heads compartments. Below decks, Delphia 40.3 features a very spacious and bright saloon with room to accommodate the whole crew in comfort.
A large fully equipped galley is common to all versions as is a navigation table. Delphia 40.3 has a wide, spacious and well laid out cockpit, perfect for unwinding after a day’s sailing. The teak cockpit features convenient aft access to the bathing platform, ideal for boarding when moored stern to. Delphia 40.3 is available with either a fixed or a swing keel. The fixed keel version is available as either deep or shallow draught and the yacht is also available with either dual or single steering positions. For convenience, it is also possible to order the furling mast system.

Specifications

Keel type:keel
Length Overall:12.35 m 40.52 ft
Hull Length:11.95 m 39.21 ft
Beam:3.94 m 12.93 ft
Draft:2.27 m 7.45 ft
Weight8600 kg 18960 lbs
Ballast weight:2760 kg 6085 lbs
Main sail area:36.50 m2 392.88 ft2
Genoa area (fock):27.10 m2 291.70 ft2
Category CE:A - 10
DesignerAndrzej Skrzat

Technology:

Delphia’s yachts are designed by highly professional craftsmen using state-of-the-art computer software and high-tech equipment such as CNC. The technology team manages the manufacturing preparations and oversees the manufacturing process itself using only the highest quality materials for construction. Our facilities employ infusion technology. Delphia has a long-standing relationship with the Ship Design and Research Centre where our boat prototypes are examined and tested.

Thanks to employing modern manufacturing technologies, we are able to offer our products at extremely competitive prices. Our shipyard has also solved some environmental problems, for example, we have installed dust separators at our joinery completely eliminating the “dust” problem. We have also switched from coal to oil fired boiler systems. To be able to recycle as much waste as possible, we have created a dedicated waste recycling station. Since 2002, we have used environmentally friendly components and materials such as Low Styrene Emission resins.

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