The 84-foot (25.60m) Delta Powerboats luxury motor yacht SEABISCUIT is now for sale with Northrop & Johnson Yacht Broker Bill Titus. The yacht is listed for $2,995,000.
Launched in 2014, SEABISCUIT is the second hull of the Delta Powerboats flagship Delta 88 carbon series. SEABISCUIT presents in turnkey condition as she has been maintained to an exceptionally high level since her launch. The yacht has enjoyed only minimal use since her launch and has been kept in heated storage during the winter. SEABISCUIT was most recently refitted in 2019.
SEABISCUIT is a powerful, high-performance luxury yacht with an innovative design, impressive hydrodynamic performance and a variety of amenities that ensure all aboard will enjoy an exceptionally on-water experience. Delta Powerboats provided SEABISCUIT with a high level of craftsmanship and superior finishings. She has a light, powerful carbon-fiber hull. The yacht’s IPS integration ensures she is powerful with a top speed of 39 knots. This system also provides up to 40 percent in fuel reduction and a reduction in emissions. SEABISCUIT’s joystick controls allow for easy maneuvering and handling.
This semi-custom motor yacht features a Scandinavian-inspired interior with beautiful furnishings, sumptuous seating and a high-level of finishing. SEABISCUIT accommodates up to eight crewmembers in four staterooms. The yacht was originally built for an owner/operator, but one crew cabin can accommodate up to two crewmembers. SEABISCUIT has a spacious cockpit and well-thought-out deck spaces perfect for hosting on-water fun. She also has a fully enclosed flybridge. Her aft deck is custom and can be converted into a sunroom. The yacht is outfitted with a Zero Speed stabilizer to ensure comfort for all aboard. This yacht is primed for a new owner who wants to enjoy the best of the on-water lifestyle.
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