We take a look at the latest projects from one of the biggest superyacht builders in the world, Trinity yachts. Recently Trinity signed the contract for their biggest yacht ever, the 242ft (74m) New Horizonand we are happy to show you the first drawing of this Evan K Marshall designed yacht. Further more, we have the 163ft (50m) Wheels, 186ft (56m) Carpe Diem, 143ft (43m) Big Zip, and the 161ft (49m) Blind Date.
The all aluminium Wheels, with her almost 50m and aggressive looking lines, is a new concept from the Trinity design office. She will be powered by twin 2250 HP Caterpillar 3512B diesels. Wheels (hull T046) will be built to ABS and MCA rules and is scheduled for delivery in 2009.
Carpe Diem is at 56.7m the fourth largest yacht currently under construction at the Trinity Shipyards. The Trinity designed Carpe Diem (hull T047) will have an interior by Carol Williamson & Associates. The hull and superstructure will be of aluminium and she will be classed to ABS rules and MCA compliant.
Large windows dominate the lines of the 43m Big Zip (hull T048) and with her straight windows and big straight radar arch, she looks like a true long range cruiser. She will be powered by twin 1825 HP Caterpillar C-32 diesels and is scheduled for delivery in 2009.
Blind Date can be described as a mixture between the aggressive looking Zoom Zoom Zoom and the more classical lines of Mia Elise. Like most other Trinity yachts she will be built in aluminium and ABS classed. Blind Date will be delivered in 2009 to her owners.
If you take a look at the Trinity order book, one thing you'll notice is that the yachts are getting bigger and bigger, with yachts like the 58m (191 ft) Unbridled and the 59m (196ft) Mine Games. Most recently Trinity Yachts confirmed their position in the top end of the market as they signed a contract for a 74m (242ft) yacht, to be called New Horizon (T051). New Horizon is designed by Evan K Marshall and was sold to a client of Robert J Cury & Associates. The biggest Trinity ever is set for a launch in 2010.