Power & Motoryacht's first impression of the Trinity 120. The 120 looks to be a fine vessel with all the characteristics of a top-notch launch. First and foremost, the 120 will have a striking and contemporary look to her, thanks to the lines provided by exterior designer Geoff van Aller.
Guests who enjoy an attentive crew, mouthwatering meals, and a bevy of watersports should jump right in and cheer for a charter on this renewed boat with the latest amenities.
Photo by Jim Raycroft Fairy-Tale Ending Carpe Diem sails off to her happily ever after. Once upon a time, in a land called Gulfport…” began Capt. Ryan Butterwick as he described to me one of the final sea trials of Carpe Diem before she was handed over to her owners.
What Dreams May ComeTrinity’s latest launch has an elegant interior and new hull form.Mi Sueo was on her way to Boston from Fort Lauderdale when she stopped at Casey’s Marina in Newport, Rhode Island, home to other impressive yachts including the 125-foot Cheoy Lee Namoh and the 157-foot Christensen Nice N’ Easy (currently for
It was midway through the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, and I stood in the Trinity Yachts tent, waiting to tour its newly christened megayacht Mine Games. By all accounts I should've been thrilled: It was my first boat show as a PMY staffer, and I was about to visit a spectacular vessel. But, truth be told, my attitude was decidedly (and unforgivably) sub par. It had poured all
#95: Themis—156’0”Ron Motley, head of the Motley Rice law firm and featured in the Russell Crowe film The Insider, is said to often work aboard his yacht. She’s aptly named for the Greek goddess of justice.Y: 1998; B: Trinity Yachts, USA; N: Builder/ Paragon Design; H: Aluminum; E: 2/2,250-hp Caterpillars
#92: Lady Linda—157'0"Talk about ironies: This yacht was handed over the last week of August, the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which delayed completion of her construction and delivery in New Orleans. No matter now, though, as she’s enjoying her first weeks with her owners, who have previously owned a few yachts. Hopefully they’ll hire a
#40: MIA ELISE—180’0”Log on to Yacht Mia Elise, and you can watch a slide show of various places the yacht has visited on her charters, including Venice and Portofino, Italy. There are also shots of mouthwatering dinners and desserts as well as some funny pictures of the crew dressed in various costumes,
#94: Mustang Sally—156’0”Launched as Lady Florence, Mustang Sally has a leopard-print carpet in her skylounge as well as a twin cabin where one of the beds can be converted to a crib. She also tows a 30-foot Intrepid.Y: 2005; B: Trinity Yachts, USA; N: Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/2,250-hp Caterpillars
#45: Katharine—177'0"Several yachts in this size range have sweeping spiral staircases, but Katharine’s yields special views. When standing at the top of the stairs, guests can look down the center to the lower foyer and see a compass rose inlay in marble. When at the base of the stairs, they can look up to the
#82: Zoom Zoom Zoom—161’0”If you’re a fan of HGTV, then you may have seen Zoom Zoom Zoom and her split-level owner’s stateroom on your TV this fall. But the summer of ‘05 is one that the owner and crew will never forget, as some of the crew and Trinity Yachts’ craftsmen rode out Hurricane Katrina onboard at the
#91: Janie—157'0"Though her hull is blue, it should probably be orange, as her owner is a big fan of the University of Tennessee Vols. If you’re an SEC football fan as well, you can buy the yacht for $31.5 million and change the channels on the 50-inch plasma TV in the saloon and the 61-inch plasma TV in the skylounge—or all nine of the pilothouse