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Arianna is Delta Marine’s brand new superyacht

By Adrian Prisca


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Delta Marine’s newest 50 meter superyacht, the Arianna, is one of the most awaited superyachts this year. The ship, with a name that perfectly describes its character, is due to have its debut at this year’s Fort Lauderdale Boat Show. The anxiety level is bound to increase though, as the magnificent vessel will be made available for charter immediately after its maiden voyage.

The engineering and design of the Arianna were conceived by the folk at Delta Design Group, fully following the desires, demands and expectations of the owner. A combination between classicism and modernism, the full displacement Arianna measures 50 meters from bow to stern and provides a lot more internal space than any other superyacht of this size.

Inside, the designers and manufacturers have mixed together subtle lightning schemes, all sorts of ways to allow natural light to flood the innards, plush carpeting, state of the art upholstery, stunning wooden features, of all sorts and species and essences, like Koa and Wenge. In addition, superb textures and stunning palettes have been added to the interiors, each of the cabins boasting with fabric patters or natural grains.

The vast main aft deck is such a cozy spot that absolutely every guest onboard would love to spend some good hours on its large curved sofa or the surrounding tables with chairs. This area is perfectly suitable for cocktail parties, family gatherings, friend reunions or even business discussions.

The Polynesian style main saloon is located adjacently to the main aft deck, with a centrally positioned coffee table in dark tropical hardwood, huge windows which allow ample amounts of natural light to get inside, superb wicker clad armchairs superbly upholstered in clear white and a large, comfy sofa – thus, a stunning lounge area was put together. Resembling the atmosphere of a tropical get-away, the lounge flows in an entirely beautiful manner into a fore, large, formal dining room with a central dark wooden table.

Furthermore, the fore main deck is tied to the main saloon via the main entrance lobby, with an elevator that provides contact between all 4 decks and a central staircase, in addition to the private owner’s area. Yet again, great attention has been given to the presence of wood essences and large windows.

The owner’s area is in fact an informal working environment, provided with a combined office/library starboard, a separate head and lobby. And if you head portside, you can’t help notice another separate head, large sauna and fully endowed gym.

The owner’s suite though is located on the upper aft deck, featuring a full beam stateroom, luxurious en suite bathroom and a lavish, superbly fitted private aft deck. The spot is gorgeously garnished in warm palettes, also providing breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. The bathroom includes two separate toilet areas, hers and his sinks, direct access towards one of the suite’s 2 walk-in wardrobes, tub and a generous separate shower area.

The stalwart owner’s lounge area provides a private environment, alike the main saloon and designed to resemble tropical retreats. Immediately next to it an extra extension of the owner’s quarters can be found, in the form of a large twin suite, including an extra wardrobe and en suite bathroom.

Four lavish guests’ suites are located on the lower deck, all of them featuring warm, welcoming, light designs. Divided into one twin suite and three doubles, the guest staterooms feature en suite bathrooms with either a large shower area or tub, depending on the guests’ choice.

An additional array of amenities have been placed on the cozy sun deck, like sun loungers, sunpads and a large Jacuzzi. A centrally positioned dining table is located adjacently, perfectly fit for al fresco dinners or lunches in the middle of a breathtaking natural ambiance and shaded by the massive radar mast. The sun deck also boasts with a fully endowed bar and a lounging spot, providing state of the art entertainment and one hell of a good time.

Equipped with transoceanic cruising abilities, the Arianna is a staggering means of moving around ocean- or sea-like watery environments and, what’s best, a gorgeous way to enjoy a family vacation away from stress and pollution.


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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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