Mine Games Under Construction at Trinity

Tuesday, May 22, 2007
Trinity announced recently, they are well under-construction with a 164ft., 28ft. beam, aluminum tri-deck motoryacht to be named Mine Games. Designed and built by Trinity Yachts, she will have an interior design by Patrick Knowles, who is designing four of the 18 superyachts presently underconstruction at Trinity.

M/Y Mine Games will debut with a very highly finished custom traditional interior, featuring raised paneling in American Cherry, Maple Burl and Figured Bubinga with a classic and understated hand polished finish. Some of the many unique details are hand forged black iron railings with gold accents, intricate marble medallions at the aft salon entry and under the dining salon table along with many other stunning stone elements throughout her interior. There are also hand painted scenes on the overheads of the main salon, dining salon and sky lounge. An old world painting on canvas featuring an old Italian countryside villa, covers the entire outboard bulkhead of the main deck dayhead. The sky lounge aft deck will have a powered hi-low round table with expanding leaves that are stored under the table top when in the retracted position, a very unique and stunning table. The exterior decks will be appointed in exterior all weather fabrics in shades of green and gold and the furniture will range from teak to woven materials with a deep Java chocolate finish. This sleek yacht with its distinctive lines, will accommodate an owner’s party of 11 in five (5) staterooms and a crew of ten (10) in five (5) cabins. This tri-deck yacht has a split-level master stateroom positioned forward on the main deck, that offers a stateroom with a 180 degree panorama from the bed and, on the lower level, a lounge and his-and-hers bathrooms. Public areas include a combined bar, saloon and dining saloon on the main deck and a more relaxed saloon, also with a bar, on the pilothouse deck. Her exterior decks feature three dining areas, a spa pool, large swim platform at the stern, and ample sunbathing areas. The propulsion will be from twin Caterpillar engines 3516B-HD producing 3,384 hp at 1800 rpm. This will provide a top speed of approximately 24 knots. A minimum of 16,000 gallon (60,566 L) fuel tank will allow a large cruising range of approximately 3,000 nm at 13knots. MINE GAMES will have a stabilizing system featuring the Quantum Zero Speed ™. The yacht will also have a 4,000lb davit with a 14ft. boom and a 150hp bow thruster. MINE GAMES will carry a variety of water toys; a 22 ft. (6.7 m) tender, two (2) jet skis and a small submarine. As another outstanding example of Trinity’s world class yacht building capability, the MINE GAMES will be ABS classed and due to launch in late 2007.


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