Andrew Weber's boat moored in Rose Bay on a windy day.
A soft-top with stubby windscreen.
Using a Deltacraft as a cabin in the back yard for the mother-in-law. Just upstream of the bridge over the Clarence River at Grafton NSW.
This is my new neighbour at Woy Woy Channel 'BONKERS'.
She looks in good condition, the owners must have given up on the old inboard diesel like I almost did. I guess an outboard is better than no motor.
Solid construction. Note the pulpit, anchor well, mooring bollard, front hatch hinges & rubber stopper, hand rails, ventilator & stubby windscreen. Plus no top.
A quiet sheltered mooring for a hard-top.
Full height windscreen with hardtop.
Darren wrote:- Please find attached two photos of our much loved Deltacraft. We updated from a Mark 1 in 2005 to our current Mark 2 which was built in 1986. As you can see in the photos we have a mast and foresail which we use off the wind. My father and I are no experts, but are happy to offer advice on anything 'delta' if needed.
14 January 2010 - Cruising the canals at Sussex Inlet on the south coast of NSW I captured photos of these Deltacraft Islanders. Thought you may be interested.
The stubby windscreen with soft-top
7 February 2012 - A nice Mark 1 at Woy Woy, not bad for about 40 years old.
May 2014 - The previous owner enjoyed her, "Chrissy De", for 21 years. I have just purchased her and am looking for ideas. Engine is a Yanmar 2QM15 - It has been filled on both sides with timber paneling which I will remove and install canopies.