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Trinity 57M "Lady Linda"

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  1. Yacht News

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    Here's a video of the older "Lady Linda" with the blue hull...quite nice. I guess the new Lady Linda they were alluding to in the video is the recently completed one, the 57-meter?

    Lady Linda - YouTube
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    Oh my goodness, already? That boat hasn't smelled Summer good as yet.
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    Perhaps the owner is sort of client who enjoys buildings yachts more than cruising on them?
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    The link I put at Post #1 shows the owners past boat. Maybe they just see it as investment and business. Put some money in to build a boat, enjoy it for a few months and then put it on the market to make some profit. Some owners are like that.
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    The owners also used to have that Lurssen, Linda Lou, as well. But the 57m Lady Linda has been on the market since September 2010, maybe earlier. It seems like every Trinity is on the market. It doesn't seem like the owners like to hold on to them for very long.
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    We all know you and your asking theory about why so many Trinity built yachts are for sale but it is true!
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    Haha yea I think it's pretty evident that I am not a Trinity fan (I wonder what type of yachts I do like ;)) but if you like them, definitely seems like a buyers market.
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    Owners

    There are some owners who place their new boat for sale as soon as they take delivery, in fact some owners have made vast profits from selling their "slots" at varius builders, not just at Trinity, while their new boats are being built.

    Then there are some owners who have reportedly lost over 100 million with a certain disgraced attorney here in Fort Lauderdale and who have sold one boat and their other one....:cool:
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    Finally real photos of the interior!! Thanks Disco!
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    The "Lady Linda" is being offered for charter as well, 350,000 Euro on the high season.

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    Interior/exterior photos of her on Trinity's front page.

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    Thanks for the stunning high rez photos!
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    No offense, but that interior is disgusting. 5 shades of tan, large joints in the ceiling tiles, and the woodwork is just strange. There are no contrasting colors, it's just every shade of tan........And the throw pillows look like they came from a cat house......but that's just my viewpoint

    For a light color interior with light woodwork, the nicest interior/salon I've seen is on the 105' Johnson "Diamond Girl", with the etched glass that added accent to it.
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    Well Capt J that's your opinion and you can have it! :)
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    Have to say I agree with Capt J, it is pretty bad. With that said, however, I have really enjoyed many of the trinity interiors - Destination Fox Harb'r Too, Mi Sueno, Wheels, Mia Elise. I was aboard Norwegian Queen as well, and have to say that it takes the cake for worst interiors of the Trinity's - definitely not traditional taste and I imagine her owner will have trouble marketing her down the road when it comes time to sell.
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    Pretty crazy seeing a yacht like that get tossed around. Would love to see some video to see how the boat handles the rough waters.
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    Well I posted this here of "Carpe Diem" being sea trialed...she's about 10 feet longer than "Lady Linda" but you get the idea...

    T047 Sea Trial 11-30-10 - YouTube