The U.S. shipyard Outer Reef Yachts has recently revealed their latest range of superyachts, the Trident 3000 Fast Displacement Motoryacht Series. The series will be comprised of two models: the 29.87 metre Trident 3000, and the 32.3 metre Trident 3200, both designed by Ward Setzer of Setzer Yacht Architects.
Defining characteristics of both models will include expansive entertainment zones, contemporary living spaces, and smart storage areas throughout. The flybridge is set to be a guest-favourite, with a large sunroof, ample seating, an al fresco dining area, a wet bar, sun loungers and companion helm seating.
Inside on the main deck, each vessel will feature a full beam owner’s suite located on the main deck. On the Trident 3200, a transom door opens to a sports cabana, creating a unique inside/outside environment for the owners to fully take advantage of. An additional four spacious cabins are found on the lower deck.
Jeff Druek, President and CEO of Outer Reef Yachts, comments: “Over the years, Outer Reef Yachts has won many awards for building yachts that offer exceptional quality, safety and efficiency; we will now apply these proven practices to the highly anticipated Trident 3000 Series. This megayachts series will be coveted by long range cruisers who dream of a yacht that provides it all.”
Performance-wise, the series will be powered by standard CAT C-18 engines, which will provide a top speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots. CAT C-32 engines are also offered to prospective owners, which will provide an increased top speed of 21 knots, and a cruising speed of 17.5 knots.
Druek concludes, “I am very excited that Outer Reef Yachts has pioneered such a contemporary fast displacement motoryacht of this caliber while underlining our habitual priority: to listen to our customers, who remain at the heart of all that we do, across every segment of the industry we delve into.”
Both models in the series will be built by Outer Reef Yachts’ partner shipyard in Anacortes, Washington. The brand expect that they will move forward with tooling for the series later this Spring.