Trinity Yachts Delivers the 157 ft. Tri-Deck

Wednesday, October 04, 2006
Trinity Yachts has delivered the 157 ft. (47.9m) tri-deck motoryacht Lady Linda. After completing her sea trials, the Lady Linda, with its deep blue hull and white superstructure, left for the Bahamas for several weeks of cruising with the new owners. Designed and built by Trinity Yachts, the exterior styling includes vertical pilothouse windows, copious exterior deck space and a design emphasizing the wishes of the owners for a yacht that truly incorporates their ideas of style, elegance and performance.

This 157 ft. x 28 ft. (47.9m x 8.5m) motoryacht is powered by two (2) Caterpillar 3512 B rated marine engines at 2,250hp each at 1925 rpm and encased in a heavily insulated engine room. The yacht will be capable of a maximum speed of over 20.5 knots at trial load and a cruise of 18 knots. The vessel will carry approximately 16,700 gallons (63,126L) of fuel and has a fresh water capacity of approximately 2,700 gallons (10,206). Lady Linda can accommodate an Owner’s party of ten in five spaciously planned staterooms in mahogany with en suite baths exquisitely finished with inlaid marble.

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