Marama named finalist for superyacht award

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Setzer Design Group's Marama, a 124-foot full-displacement expedition yacht built by Delta Marine in 2008, is a finalist for the 2010 World Superyachts Awards.

Marama features elegant styling with a mahogany interior reminiscent of classic sailing yachts. With a 23,600-gallon fuel capacity, her range - 9,200 nautical miles - exceeds virtually any yacht of similar size, according to Delta Marine.

Founded by yacht architect Ward Setzer in 1991, Setzer Design Group has received eight International Superyacht Society Design Awards and multiple Showboats Awards.

Winners of the World Superyachts Awards will be announced May 16 during a ceremony at the Guildhall in London.

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