Trinity Yachts Delivers the 161 ft. Aluminum Tri-Deck

Monday, January 22, 2007
After successfully completing her sea trials, the Imagine left for Fort Lauderdale and then on to the Bahamas. After a short shake down cruise, Imagine will then proceed onto the Caribbean for some private sailing with the new owners.

Designed and built by Trinity Yachts, the exterior styling includes the distinctive slopped pilothouse windows, hidden anchor pocket, 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. Vertical oval windows on the port and starboard sides allow light into the interior while providing a change of design texture to the smooth continuous horizontal lines. This 161 x 28 ft. (49m x 8.5m) motoryacht is powered by two Caterpillar 3516 B (Series II-HD) rated marine engines at 3,384hp each at 1800 rpm and encased in a heavily insulated engine room. The yacht will be capable of a maximum speed of over 24 knots at trial load and a cruise of 22 knots. Imagine will carry approximately 16,700 gallons (63,215L) of fuel and has a fresh water capacity of approximately 2,700 gallons (10,220). The two water makers will generate 2,400 gpd. (15,898 lpd.) each. For stabilization and especially to ensure comfort in an exposed anchorage, she has been fitted with two (2) active fin system with Zero Speed by Quantum. A large galley is also located on the main deck and has an island dual level display bar with marble counter and seating for three or four guests.

While dining on board, the Owner can choose the elegance of the formal dining area on the interior main deck or an alfresco experience on either the air-conditioned aft exterior main deck or the aft exterior pilothouse deck. The full beam sky lounge will allow the Owners to entertain their guests in either a formal or casual atmosphere. There is a full corner bar and four bar chairs along with contemporary furniture and rich fabrics are surrounded by a display of classic black and white photos featuring celebrities. The large extended stern swim platform, is becoming something of a trademark for the Trinity yachts. At approximately 18ft. the platform has developed into a very functional deck and is large enough to allow dining at water level or parking for jet skis.

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