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  1. aviator4512

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    Correct, the old Cocktails (owned by the same couple) was an 85' Hargrave. You may remember it ran aground In Woods Hole, MA (aka Martha's Vineyard) last August. The Trinity is the replacement to the Hargrave and I'm not sure if they were able to salvage the old vessel or not.
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    Maybe "Isaac" was the cause of delay. They had power outage for few days and I think they might have closed down before that as a safe measure.

    Just a maybe!
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    http://www.yachtforums.com/forums/trinity-yacht/19449-news-flash-trinity-yachts-unaffected-hurricane-isaac.html

    This is the PR issue by Trinity. "New Horizon" was launched at the end of 2011 and still hasn't been delivered. Under normal circumstances there is no way a yacht that 'small' shouldn't be completed and handed over by now.
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    Interesting studying the deck plans for hull T061 and she seems not to have no Jacuzzi, well exterior one, that's odd. Owner doesn't like bubbling water?

    She also seems to have alot of cabins for a 50-meter boat... 8 guest cabins and a master? four twins on the lower, two doubles and twins on the upper and a master on the forward main, that's 18 people.
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    Have a look at this photo of the "New Horizon" on Trinity's website... Although I am wondering, if that is really her name. Looking at the covered up name plate on the side..i'm not so sure anymore. Anyone know anything differently?

    http://www.trinityyachts.com/t051/t051-l.pdf
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    Looks as though Trinity launched T061 as well now called "Reem 1"
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    I thought she was the new COCOA BEAN


    regards Ken
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    Really? I don't know. Remember her name in-build was "New Horizon" even very late until before she was launched. However, you would notice, the name New Horizon isn't being used on the Trinity website anymore, just the build number. So that couple with seeing the name covered up leads me to believe that she has a new name.
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    New Horizon is defenitley the new Cocoa Bean.
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    Thanks for the confirmation.

    It seems that "Mi Sueno" has been hauled out with Rybovich's recently acquired floating dock.

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    Looks like "Mi Sueno" has changed central agencies. We know that she has been for sale but she is now with Worth Avenue Yachts. The asking price is $39.95 million
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    As you know, Worth was formed by some former IYC folks, thus the connection there. Worth has done an impressive job marketing and closing deals. Harbour Island and Sovereign were the most recent and I think they have much success in their future.
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    I think I have stumbled upon a video showing the interior of T057, finished as "Tsumat" as I compared a master stateroom rendering with the master stateroom of the yacht I viewed in the video, it has to be her!

    Rendering...

    http://www.trinityyachts.com/t057/15.pdf

    Video of the interior...watch when it shows the master...and compare it.

    Yacht Woodwork Interior - YouTube
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    A new piece on a new contract for Trinity in the works. The boat honestly looks like it could be the new "Carpe Diem". The current one is 57M, the new contract is 59-meter but the styling looks just like Carpe Diem.
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    Hot Lab Design said that they did the interior of the 45-meter Trinity yacht "KayLee", (ex. 43-meter "Chevy Toy". Said it was about to be re-launched when they were in Turkey for the WSA. So this was on May 4th I believe, anyone seen anything about this yacht?
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    Trinity and TY Offshore announce formation of Gulf Coast Shipyard Group

    Trinity Yachts and TY Offshore are pleased to announce the formation of the Gulf Coast Shipyard Group along with its new investment partner, Littlejohn & Co., a multi-billion dollar private equity firm based in Greenwich, CT. Gulf Coast Shipyard Group will own and operate two major Gulf Coast based shipyards engaged in the new construction of commercial, military and luxury yachts. The Company will also operate International Yacht Collection (IYC), a wholly owned yacht brokerage unit.

    Management—which has a long history of building and operating major diversified shipbuilding operations—is enthusiastic about its partnership with Littlejohn, which has a well-established track record of investing in and working with management teams to build significant competitive enterprises in their target industries. In addition to other positive industry dynamics, management and Littlejohn view the growth opportunities in the Gulf Coast as historic in proportion. Felix S. Sabates Jr. will step down as Chairman to become an advisor and consultant to the new organization.

    John Dane III, President and CEO of Trinity Yachts and TY Offshore stated that “Littlejohn has an impeccable reputation along with the ability to bring equity, strategy and experience in order to successfully grow and diversify our operations. In addition, I am also happy to announce that we will be starting a long-planned $9 million capital improvement program to the Gulfport, Mississippi yard which will increase our efficiency and annual output. These improvements will also upgrade our Syncrolift to 4,300 tons in anticipation of ice class vessels for Arctic operations. All told, we expect these events will further establish our operations as a premier builder and major employer.”

    Edmund J. Feeley, Managing Director of Littlejohn, said, “We look forward to our partnership with the Gulf Coast management team to continue the company’s strong growth trajectory into new markets. The company has a strong backlog of orders, and oil and gas drilling and production activity is expected to remain strong with demand for vessels serving this industry expected to continue, as well as vessels targeted for other commercial and military markets.”