Trinity Yachts is based in New Orleans, Louisiana and was created in 1990 by John Dane, the former CEO of Halter Marine. Halter, a name synonymous with large seagoing vessels, was the foundation from which a great deal experience and knowledge would evolve, including the marketing brilliance of Billy Smith. In 1995, Trinity entered an agreement with Felix Sabates, the owner of Victory Lane Enterprises, to offer design flexibility in yachts up to 330 feet in length. Together, they have catapulted Trinity into superyacht production and are poised to take Trinity into the next millennium. At Trinity, customers can present an outside design, or work with in-house architects and designers to custom-create a yacht using existing designs. The yachts manufactured by Trinity are made of steel and aluminum, with interior ingredients as vast as the resources on available on earth. Construction and engineering techniques acquired from many years of experience with thousands of boats and ships designed and built by other Halter divisions as well as technology transfers from Halter's ultra fast, ultra quiet military vessels. Trinity's first launch was "Leda" in 1991. A few years later, during the 1997 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Trinity and Victory Lane debuted the first of their Legend Series Motoryachts - the 150' Tri-Deck “Magic” (ex-Noble House). By April of 1998, the second of the series was delivered - the 118' Raised Pilothouse “Marsha Ray” - setting new standards for the popular Raised pilothouse style motoryacht. Trinity Yachts continues to wow the crowds each year at the boat shows with new builds such as the 156' motoryacht “Themis”, the 118' raised bridge motoryacht “Chevy Toy”, the 126' sportfishing motoryacht “Marlena” and the 184' Global Explorer Yacht “Panjaea” (ex-DREAM). Housed within one facility at Trinity are Naval Architects, Marine Engineers, Estimators, Purchasers, Production Control Mangers, Program Managers, production personnel and administration. This facility is situated on 38 acres of waterfront property. The facility includes 200,000 square feet of fabrication area and 84,000 square feet of outfitting area, all undercover.
This 122’ SportFish/Pleasure Yacht joins the ranks of YachtForum's finest with an outstanding introduction; a broad-shouldered, top drawer angling machine, ready to tackle major tournaments; striking fear into fish on sheer size alone. Sporting all the amenities for landing the big ones; as well as pleasure cruising in legendary comfort, she’s the perfect combination to star in any port.
At YachtForums.com, we feature many fine yachts, yet even among those worldwide standouts, a unique few generate extra praise for conspicuous, artful design and innovation. One particular yacht devoted to Trinity’s acclaimed excellence is its latest triumph, “Bacarella” (or ‘little boat’) presenting an elegant, yet informal lifestyle. She also cherishes a fascinating tale to tell.
Trinity 161' "Destination Fox Harb'r Too"Raising The Par... In Destination Fox Harb’r Too, Trinity has delved into its history of past riches to create a classic yacht design; a thoughtful approach which may well represent its finest presentation of private naval architecture over the past century and into the new. by Capt. Chuck Gnaegy
Trinity’s 180’ Mia Elise looms up, lovely, imposing. A commanding presence, she is certain to bring appreciative nods at the world’s most luxurious marinas, as well as some green-eyed envy from the planet’s yachtsmen and women. Her message: You needn’t go to Europe for the finest in steel craftsmanship, because Trinity builds aluminum and STEEL yachts in America!
74-meter superyacht "Cocoa Bean" delivered by Trinity Yachts U.S yard Trinity Yachts has delivered the 74-meter "Cocoa Bean", their largest build today and possibly the largest build for 2014 in the United States. Cocoa Bean was delivered to her owners at the very end of August, the 29th to be exact. She bears design in-house by the yard's team and interior by Evan K. Marshall. Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and boasts accommodation for twelve in six suites. The yacht is both MCA compliant and ABS classed. The owner's suite is full-beam in nature, as you would expect- and is located on the forward main deck, right where those two large flat oval windows are. The other five guest cabins are banished to the lower deck. The next most palatial room is the VIP suite, that is full beam. A pair of CAT 2,626 Horse Power marine diesel engines run this superyacht. Dial back to around 13-knots constantly and Cocoa Bean gives you a potential 6,000 nautical mile range. For more information: Trinity Yachts, LLC 13085 Seaway Road Gulfport, MS. 39503 USA www.trinityyachts.com ***
Trinity delivers 36.7-meter megayacht "Finish Line" American yacht builder Trinity Yachts successfully delivered another custom-built megayacht for an American owner. The 36.7-meter megayacht "Finish Line" is the latest in a line of yachts from Trinity to be handed over to their owner. The raised pilot house motoryacht was built in all-aluminium was designed with performance in mind. Below decks she houses twin MTU 16V 2000 engines which give her a top speed of 23-knots. She has a phenomenal range for a yacht of her size, some 3,600 nautical miles. Finish Line was also built with an as slim as possible draft, only drawing 1.7-meters. Perfect for Bahamian and U.S East Coast locales. There is accommodation for eight guests and owner in a Master stateroom, and three other cabins. For more information: Trinity Yachts, LLC 13085 Seaway Road Gulfport, MS. 39503 USA www.trinityyachts.com ***