Delta started out almost 50 years ago as a manufacturer of commercial fishing vessels. Since then, it has switched to creating custom-made yachts and has consistently built impressive luxury vessels admired by its peers, crews, and customers worldwide.

This family-owned yacht builder based in Seattle has a 25-acre shipyard that contains a state-of-the-art facility for designing and manufacturing the company’s vessels. Delta’s facility also includes a refit and repair station that can accommodate repairs, painting, refinishing, expansions, and new interior work. The shipbuilder also offers customer service and warranty anywhere in the world.

All of Delta’s marine trades are housed on its site and the company uses American-made products as much as possible. To maintain its stellar reputation when it comes to superior craftsmanship, innovation, and advanced technologies, Delta continually invests in equipment upgrades and process improvements.

Delta Design Group, the company’s in-house design and engineering team, is made up of highly experienced designers, marine engineers, and naval architects who are able to breathe life into ideas and design through their expertise in integrating metal hulls with composite superstructures. The team also excels in collaborative ventures — able to work in sync with an external team chosen by the owner for any project.

Delta’s collection includes 29 yachts of varying sizes. The smallest is the 108-foot-long (33-meter-long) Stampede, which the New York Yacht Club awarded the Fairfax Trophy for being the Best Powerboat. This vessel, originally named Princess Gloria, also won the World Superyacht Awards for Refit of the Year. Meanwhile, Delta’s biggest yacht, Laurel, measures 240 feet (73.15 meters) long and is one of the largest custom-built yachts in the USA.