This superyacht was built, launched and also delivered in secretive fashion by American yard Delta Marine. The 63-meter vessel designed inside and out by Delta Marine is one of their larger yachts but comfortably sits behind their largest, a 72-meter yacht called “Albatross”. Not alot is known about this superyacht and information about the build is limited.
We do know that the superyacht is now called “Satori”. If that name sounds familiar it is probably due to a 50-meter Heesen with the same name, however we cannot confirm a correlation at this time. This new Delta is steel construction for the hull and composite superstructure.
The new Satori is powered by a pair of MTU 12V 4000 M53R and while the vessel completed sea trials we are still not sure what her top speed is. Six cabins are onboard to accommodate twelve guests. A regular crew of 7 are expected to serve onboard. This displacement superyacht is 63-meters LOA with a beam of 11.9-meters and an internal volume of 1,584 GT. Below is a photo of Satori built by Heesen.
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