Trinity Yachts’ largest-ever...

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Trinity Yachts’ largest-ever...

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She is ‘New Horizon’, a six-deck steel/aluminium 74m full-custom motoryacht; and also happens to be the largest American-built superyacht to launch in 2011.


Gulfport, Mississippi-based Trinity Yachts has launched its largest yacht to date, the 73.8m (242ft) six-deck, full-displacement New Horizon. Formerly know by her yard number T051, she has a maximum beam or 12.2m (40ft 9in).
Her interior was conceived by London-based Evan K Marshall.
She was sold by Bob Cury of RJC Yacht Sales for long-time repeat clients.
MY New Horizon splashed in mid-November and will hand over early next year.
During 2011 Trinity Yachts launched five new projects, more length and tonnage than any other US yard. Beyond New Horizon, its launch list includes Lady Linda and Areti as well as the deliveries of Carpe Diem and Falcon.

Basic Spec – Trinity’s New Horizon...
LOA: 73.8m (242ft)
Max Beam: 12.2m (40ft 9in)
Draught (Half Load): 3.5m (11ft 6in)
Displacement (Trial Load): 1,488LT
Propulsion: 2 x 2,575hp Caterpillar 3516B HD
Max Speed: 15.5 knots
Range: 4,000nm @ 13 knots
Fuel: 243,092L (64,218 US gals)
Owners/Guests: 14 in seven cabins
Crew: 18 in nine cabins
Naval Architecture/Exterior: BMT Nigel Gee/Trinity Yachts
Interior Design: Evan K Marshall
Classification: ABS Maltese Cross A1 Yachting Service, AMS, MCA over 500 IGT
Construction: Steel/Aluminium
Builder/Delivery: Trinity Yachts/2012

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