Trinity Yachts Deliver Superyacht 'Finish Line'

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Sunday, September 22, 2013
Finish Line: Image credit Trinity Yachts

Trinity Yachts deliver to its American owner 'Finish Line', a custom designed 120’ (36.7m) raised pilothouse superyacht with aluminum hull and superstructure.

With unusual speed for her size, Finish Line’s sleek naval architecture and styling enable her to run in excess of 23 knots with a range over 3,600 nautical miles. With her normal cruising grounds being the East Coast of the United States as well as the Bahamas, the yacht’s draft has been specifically designed to be 5’6” (1.7m) in half-load condition. The shallow draft also enables her owner—a race car enthusiast— to access specific ports like Daytona Beach, Florida.

Arrangements below decks are divided into five watertight compartments. Owners and guest accommodations consist of a full-beam owner’s cabin and three guest staterooms.

Main deck arrangements consist of an air conditioned exterior aft deck with full wet bar, dining table and seating for eight. The main salon—which is accessed through sliding glass doors—also features a full wet bar, entertainment center, L-shaped custom sofas and lounge chairs. The open formal dining is forward of the main salon and gives the owners and their guests full benefit of the views from the large salon windows and aft glass doors.

The sun deck layout features a full helm station on the starboard side. Forward access is on centerline from the pilothouse. The flybridge deck is equipped with a full wet bar and settees with easy chairs and tables for alfresco dining. Aft on the sun deck is a davit to handle the tender and two (2) jet skis. A set of stairs leads down to the exterior aft deck which also features easy access by two (2) sets of stairs to the swim platform.

 
The engine room houses two (2) MTU 16v2000 main engines rated at 2,600 hp each, driving 6-bladed propellers via 6” propeller shafts and ZF 3370 gearboxes. A 100 hp Arcturus TRAC bow thruster assists the captain when handling the yacht in tight quarters and electrical power is supplied by two (2) Kohler 80 kW generator sets.

"Finish Line has been a deeply gratifying build for us,” says John Dane, Trinity Yachts President. “Her owner, truly an American patriot, built the yacht here in the U.S. both to realize the benefits of American craftsmen—whose skills are unsurpassed—and to create jobs. Over the life of the yacht, additional skilled laborer jobs will be created and will perpetuate the economic value that all yachts bring local communities,” he concludes.

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