The new Delphia 31 is designed to be a well-mannered craft, ideal for families seeking adventure on the water. From stem to stern, it is built to be functional, solid and very reliable in harsh weather conditions. Even during long voyages, the D31 guarantees its occupants a sense of high comfort and safety. The self–draining cockpit with two lockers, the specifically designed anti-slip surface on the cockpit floor, the self–tailing winch and roller furling jib are just a few of the wealth of features to ensure the ultimate sailing experience that a craft in its class may offer.
Inside, the D31 is a perfect combination of space and ergonomics. The generously sized cockpit boasts teak laid seats and a bathing platform offering easy access to the water. The all-new interior with sumptuous sofas offers sleeping accommodation for up to six adults while panoramic windows flood the cabin with light. Apart from the exquisite mahogany finish, standard features include a cooker, fridge, shower room and a 150-litre fresh water tank. Below decks there is a 100-litre diesel tank to fuel the 18-horsepower Volvo Penta engine.
The D31 is available with a cast iron keel, recommended for blue water sailing or a swing-keel available on request. Optional extras also include a furling mainsail and a mast lowering kit.
|Length Overall:||9.85 m 32.32 ft|
|Hull Length:||9.48 m 31.10 ft|
|Beam:||3.40 m 11.15 ft|
|Draft:||1.85 m 6.07 ft|
|Weight||5100 kg 11244 lbs|
|Ballast weight:||1650 kg 3638 lbs|
|Main sail area:||23.00 m2 247.57 ft2|
|Genoa area (fock):||22.35 m2 240.57 ft2|
|Category CE:||A - 6|
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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