Delta Powerboats was established in 2003 and is run by the Swedes Lennart Alpstål, Lars Modin and Kalle Wessel. As a small and entrepreneurial company with a responsive relationship with its customers, Delta is developing rapidly. Approximately 300 boats, divided into ten different models from 25 to 88 feet, have been delivered during the company’s first ten years. Eight of these models are in production today.
The characteristic soft course, the industry-leading fuel economy, the functional and timeless design are characteristics of Delta that can be traced back to the very first 25-footer when it was introduced.
The Delta 26 Open was developed with the ambition to create a modern and efficient day cruiser with the flair of a classic runabout. She won the prestigious Swedish ‘Design S’ Award.
The Delta 290 SW is a drivers boat. She is a versatile and modern all-weather boat that is just as well suited for fast and safe transport as weekend excursions or sport fishing.
The Delta 33 CE is a fuel economic and responsive cabin cruiser with a panoramic sunroof, unique for its size. Accommodating four people in two cabins, she is fully equipped for both day cruising and family holidays.
The Delta 33 Open is an evolution of the original 26 Open and is a unique hybrid day cruiser with open walkaround decks designed for entertaining, swimming and sunbathing.
The Delta 40 WA and 400 SW are safe all-weather boats for those who appreciate seaworthiness and genuine driving experience, but who also want to be able to use their boat for family holidays and socialising.
Recognised as the 2013 Motorboat of the Year, the Delta 54 is capable of cruising at 30 knots with a range of 500 nautical miles and beyond without refuelling.
The light weight carbon hull of the Delta 60 Open is paired with twin Volvo Penta IPS 800s, a combination that makes her remarkably responsive and fuel-efficient, capable of cruising at 30 knots.