If you define Delphia Escape 1150 Voyage just a trawler, probably you’re not doing it justice: as the philosophy is certainly that, the exterior look is much more refined than the class’ standard. Trawlers are slowly gaining attention by customers who want cruise in relax, without investing too much money, especially in terms of fuel need. So: livability, seaworthiness, rather small engines, are all features that Delphia Escape 1150 Voyage encloses in a perfect balance.
Delphia Escape 1150 Voyage, the latest model from the Polish boatbuilder, will be launched at 2016 Boot Düsseldorf, to complete the motor boat range in the Delphia Escape lineup. A range declined for boaters who enjoy comfort and safety during navigation, with an eye to the safety/performance/costs balance, which finds a very good execution in this model.
The main pros of Delphia Escape 1150 Voyage are an innovative structure and a hull shape which grant a safe navigation even with small power, from 1×85HP up to 2×225 HP with shaft drives. The cockpit is spacious and boasts removable settees to match different needs, while the passageways allow to easily move all around. As for the roof, the choice is between a fully opening top and a partial one, with the chance to mount solar panels on the fixed half.
The interiors feature a large salon with galley on the same level, and a lower deck hosting two cabins with twin or double beds, and two bathrooms or just one completed with a walk-in closet.
The boat is designed for deep sea navigation as it sports the B certification from CE. Price is another plus, dwelling in the indicative € 125,000 area for the base version with a single 230 HP engine, excluding VAT.