Imposing Triton Superyacht to be Auctioned
This massive expedition-style superyacht is called Triton, and it was built in 2004 by Delta Marine representing the largest composite-built yacht in the US. The vessel will apparently be put under the hammer on April 26 by order of the US Marshal. It was designed by experts from the Delta Design Group, who decided to use carbon fiber extensively throughout its construction. The material was chosen due to its lightness and strength, giving the vessel a sturdy, reliable feel.
The Triton would surely be appreciated by adventurous-types that have a passion for exploration and water sports, since it can house deep-sea scuba diving equipment, sport-fishing gear and various other items required for water-related activities.
Accommodations include 4 guest rooms with Pullmans that are able to house a total of 14 guests, along with a lavish master bedroom flaunting high-end amenities and sublime decorations. There are also enough housing facilities for 10 staff members along with a lounging area, a formal writing desk, a helipad and a galley that works either as a country kitchen or as a crew-exclusive area.
The power comes from two Caterpillar diesel engines boasting 1,000 horsepower each, ensuring a range of 6,100 nautical miles at a speed of 12 knots.