Big Easy puts owner in the Driver’s Seat

Monday, November 12, 2001
This 126-ft. Raised Pilothouse Trinity Yacht, described by these specifications, is a world-class, semi-displacement 17-knot cruise design with a luxurious interior. The yacht is designed with three (3) guest staterooms and a large owner's stateroom located aft of the guest staterooms. Three (3) guest staterooms are centrally located below the main deck and the full beam master stateroom. There are also three (3) spacious captain, crew and engineer's staterooms suitable to accommodate a crew of six (6). This yacht has an elegant cherry wood interior throughout the Owner's spaces. A detailed description of the interior is available upon request. This yacht is designed for world-wide cruising with transatlantic range. The design and quality of the materials and equipment used in the construction are of the highest yacht standards. Special attention has been paid to noise reduction and great sea keeping and general handling characteristics typically found in all Trinity Yachts. The engine room is fully insulated, on the ceiling, sides and bulkheads. Sound absorbing materials along with thermal insulation material are used together with sound to obtain a good sound insulation between the engine room and the rest of the yacht. Ventilation/extraction ducts are adequately insulated to minimize any noise. In addition, all areas exposed to the weather shall have either fiberglass batten, foamed or sprayed in insulation.

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