Delphia Yachts bids farewell to sailing: from today only motor boats

It’s official: the future of Delphia Yachts (the shipyard founded in 1990 by Polish brothers Piotr and Wojciech Kot) no longer includes making sailboats. This was announced by the management of the shipyard, in a note.

“This choice,” it reads, “is dictated by the decision to follow the market trend, which is currently more than 80 percent represented by powerboats and multihulls, as well as a more intensive plan to develop the offerings of the Escape (formerly Nautika), BluEscape and Nano Line powerboat models.

And further, “We inform that until the end of the warranty period of already purchased sailboats, adequate storage reserves will be retained to provide comprehensive and professional after-sales service.”

The Delphia range included five sail models (the 29, 34, 40.3, 46 DS, and 47) that will no longer be produced. The last projects presented in 2018, signed by Tony Castro (the Delphia 42 and a model over 50 feet) remained, precisely projects.

In July 2018, the French giant Beneteau had taken over the Delphia Yachts brand and the 18,000 sq. m. facility in Poland, securing the strength of a production site that has produced more than 25,000 units for numerous international brands in 30 years.



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