Delta Marine have launched their yacht Silver Shalis in 2010 to much secrecy.
The Delta Design Group takes a fresh sheet approach with Project 156039 – though to be yacht Silver Shalis. This chic, Asian-inspired interior will be as beautiful as it is distinctive.
Based on a semi-displacement hull design, this all-composite 156-foot super yacht sports an outside profile that is sleek and stylish to perfectly complement her mod interior. Throughout the interior an array of seamless straight grain woods will be mixed with a monochromatic color palette of Zen earth tones accented with pops of color.
Architectural details are to be minimalist to showcase the furnishings — a sumptuous mix of tone and texture that includes natural fibers, high-quality leathers and tactile materials that are both indulgent yet created for living — as the owners plan to be onboard for long periods at a time.
PROJECT 156039 (superyacht SILVER SHAILS)
LOA: 156’ / 47.5 meters
LWL: 138’ 10 ” / 42.3 meters
Beam: 28’ 8 ” / 8.7 meters (molded)
Draft: 7’ 6” / 2.3 meters (half load)
Displacement: 335 long tons (half load)
Engines: 2 x MTU 16v4000 3,650 Hp @ 2,100 rpm
Max Speed: 23 knots
Cruise Speed: 15 knots
Fuel Capacity: 14,000 US gallons
Range: 3,400 nautical miles @ 12 knots
Generators: (2) Northern Lights 99 kW
Stabilizers: Quantum QC 1800 Zero Speed
Fresh Water Capacity: 2,000 US gallons