Discussion in 'Trinity Yacht' started by Yacht News, Oct 1, 2009.
Bill, sorry but the job is only open to the female persuasion.
Thanks Ron. You know I didn't want to reveal too much as I'm sure there is a review at some point in the future (nudge-nudge to Carl). But I'm sure Mi Sueno is full of surprises all around that will fill a review. Glad to get it on YF.
Always a catch.......
Trinity and the sub-contractors involved always seem to do fine work. I am in stitches waiting on the "Bacarella" review that Carl is going overtime on.
Ron, here's a teaser: I have seen the review that Carl and Chuck have on Bacarella and it's great. It also includes some of my photos from the walkthrough. It is one very impressive yacht. And rumor has it that it was sold but will retain the name.
Bacarella is a good looking boat and as I understand the first Trinity with a Bannenburg and Rowell interior. I like Trinity yachts.
Bannenberg and Rowell do nice interiors, just check their portfolio on their site and you would see. I still think they should have blacked-out the bridge window frames though, it is sticking out like a sore thumb.
Unbridled for Sale
Another one for sale! Unbridled is listed for $66 million through Burgess. This didn't last long with it's owner.
Well I guess it goes...as somebody asked on here why so many Trinity's are for sale but this does not say that "Unbridled" is not a nice yacht.
Here is a shot of Mi Sue~o
n from out on the water today....
It seems to me that most yachts are always for sale even if not listed. These Trinity's keep finding buyers so they must be desirable. Thanks also to the Captain Lady for a nice shot. Mi Sueno has a different look than many of the split level Trinity's. The forward windows of the master stateroom are very shallow and I think that I am liking the look. Also the red water line and name plate are striking. I really like Trinity.
Nice write up on "Bacarella", she really is a pretty boat inside and out!
She is now (finally) in the hands of her Owners, and work is starting to finish the AV/IT systems before loading up and heading for points East. Should be a nice ride, as she is very smooth and can run with the Quantums off at cruising speeds in small seas and "light ship" mode.
Nice pictures of Mi Sueno Tom!
Has anyone seen the "Red Sapphire" (T054) since delivery? Photos would be appreciated! If posting, remember the forums regulations on photo size, i.e: 640 X 480 pixels.
Not sure if I'm allowed. Here's some, but the photos are not very clean.
piem, Thanks for posting and welcome!
Thanks Piem! and welcome on your first post!
Thanks a lot, especially for your forum.
yet another one...
Lovely stuff Piem, if you have more photos, do not be hesitant to post!
hrmm, don't think the owner would appreciate them as much.
That's the point, indeed.
Non Disclosure Agreements can be extended "ad vitam eternam"
Too bad, this ship is lovely. (and flashy)