New Horizon Splashes at Trinity Yachts

press release
Thursday, December 08, 2011
Yacht New Horizon on the Water.

Largest American Built Superyacht to Launch in 2011.

Trinity Yachts is pleased to announce that its largest custom superyacht to date—and the largest American built yacht in 2011—the 242’ (73.8m) six-deck, full displacement steel hull, New Horizon, launched in mid November 2011. The epitome of the design, naval architecture and engineering that Trinity Yachts incorporates in each meticulously custom superyacht built, New Horizon caps a remarkable year for the U.S. builder. Trinity remains the top U.S. builder with the 2011 launches of New Horizon, Areti and the deliveries of Carpe Diem and Falcon.

With an interior artfully designed by Evan Marshall, New Horizon’s massive size in lineal feet, expansive 40’9” (12.4m) beam and six-deck volume allows her to, by nature, represent the very finest aspects of superyachting. Her main deck features a luxurious aft entertaining area, huge salon and dining area, full width master stateroom, office, study, His and Hers ensuite with wardrobes. Her lower deck includes six guest staterooms all ensuite, eight crew cabins plus captain’s cabin also ensuite, and a vast lazarette.

Deck life aboard New Horizon is unrivalled and easily accessible by elevator. The pilothouse deck includes twin davits for tenders, ample space for toys, a skylounge, an aft deck lounge with al fresco seating for 12 and twin side deck lounges; the observation deck with lounge is located above the pilothouse deck and features a gym, aft deck and hot tub; and, for those wishing a bird’s eye view of the sea, the upper deck offers unmatched visibility.

New Horizon, like all Trinity Yachts, represents the fundamental tenet of this world renowned builder: that a custom superyacht is best approached collaboratively. Sold by Bob Cury of RJC Yacht Sales for long-time repeat customers, the opportunity to bring to life a superlative yacht that is simultaneously the yard’s largest to date, is an engineering feat in six decks and meets with the exacting specifications of her owners, is a hallmark of Trinity Yachts’ boatbuilding prowess. New Horizon delivers in 2012.

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