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Length Overall 141ft.
Classification ABS Maltese Cross + A1 Yachting Service AMS
MCA as administered by Cayman Authorities
Naval Architect Trinity Yachts, Inc.
Interior Designers Owner's selection and Trinity Yachts
Year Delivered 2004
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This 141 foot tri-deck Trinity Yacht, described by these specifications, is a world-class, semi-displacement design with a 20.5 knot top speed, depending on engine package, with a luxurious interior. The yacht is being offered for construction on a turn-key basis. The yacht is designed with five (5) staterooms for owner and guests and a large panoramic sky lounge and flybridge. The full-beam master is located forward on the main deck and the four (4) guest staterooms are located below the main deck. There is also a spacious captain's cabin behind the wheelhouse along with three (3) crew and engineer's staterooms suitable to accommodate a total crew of seven (7). This yacht has an elegant Cherry wood interior throughout similar to the M.Y. BIG EASY, Trinity Yachts hull 016.

This MCA and ABS fully classed yacht is designed for world-wide cruising with transatlantic range. The design and quality of the materials and equipment used in the construction are of the highest yacht standards. Special attention has been paid to noise reduction and great sea keeping and the exceptional handling characteristics typically found in all Trinity Yachts.

Beam, Molded 27' - 10"
Design Draft, Half Load 6' - 9"
Design Draft, Full Load 7' - 9"
Fuel Oil Capacity , Approx. 10,300 U.S. gallons
Fresh Water Capacity, Approx. 3,200 U.S. gallons
Clean Lube Oil Capacity, Approx. 200 U.S. gallons
Dirty Lube Oil Capacity, Approx. 200 U.S. gallons
Black Water 300 U.S. gallons
Grey Water 2,400 U.S. gallons
Registry Cayman Island
Tonnage: Over 500 G.T. International
Maximum Speed, Approx. 20.5 Knots at half load
Cruise Speed 18 Knots at half load
Long Range 10 Knots; 3,500 Nautical Miles Approx.
10 people in Owner's party including Master suite with his and hers bath, 4 guests' staterooms and 4 guest bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs and showers.

Captain's cabin and 3 crew cabins: 2 cabins below deck forward with bunks for four crew with 2 bathrooms with showers; 1 cabin aft with berths for engineer and one crew, with 1 bathroom with shower; Captain's cabin on pilothouse deck with private bath.
Propulsion System (2) Caterpillar 3512 B; 2250 hp each
Propellers/Shafting Reintjes, 3.1:1 ratio
Main Engines (2) Kilo-Pak 99kw; 1800rpm
Reduction Gears 300 U.S. gallons
Bow Thruster 300 U.S. gallons
Piping Systems All systems designed and built per Classification Requirements.
Engine Exhaust (all ) Propulsion system shall have wet exhaust systems with underwater exhaust and by-pass with muffler exiting at transom corners. Muffler shall be DeAngelo or equal. Insulation shall be calcium silicate.
Generator sets to have "water drop" style mufflers with exhaust gas exiting above the waterline and exhaust water below the vessel's waterline; Soundown or equal muffler.
Bilge/Fire Header type system with remote valves and electric-driven pumps. Piping to be Copper Nickel. Two (2) 7.5 hp pumps, one in engine room and one under crew area; One (1) additional emergency engine room suction using main engine seawater pump.
Oily water separator One Village Marine oily water separator.
Fixed Fire Fighting System CO2 flooding system for main engine room and galley hood.
Fuel Oil Transfer System Header type system with one (1) primary and one (1) back-up electric transfer pumps. Four (4) tanks and one (1) service tank with tank level monitoring system. A fuel oil purifier, Alfa Laval, is provided in the transfer system to purify fuel from storage tanks to clean service tank
Fuel Oil Service System Main engine and generators supplied from fuel oil service tanks. Piping system to be configured to allow manual priming of the fuel filters. Racor filters to be provided at each engine and generator.
Lube Oil System Lube oil storage and dirty oil tanks are sized for two oil changes shall be provided along with a clean oil transfer system.
Potable Water System Two (2) Pressure sets with two (2) 80-gallon water heaters, etc. supplying fixtures as shown on the drawings. Piping to be copper tubing. System shall include two (2) hot water loops. Water filtration and UV sterilization are provided.
Sea Water Cooling System Two (2) Main seachests, with a crossover and isolation valves, shall provide seawater supply for main engine, generator cooling and auxiliary systems. Piping to be copper-nickel. Each seachest shall be sized for three times the area required to provide all cooling water requirements for main engines, generators and auxiliary systems.
Compressed Air System Two (2) 3 hp. Emglo air compressors and a 46 gallon air receiver for ship's service air supply. Main engines and generators to be electric start. Piping to be copper tubing.
Sanitary System Freshwater sewage flushing system with thirteen (13) Headhunter toilets, One (1) bidet with sewage holding tanks. A Headhunter waste treatment system shall be installed with three (3) black water tanks. A Macerator type, 1 hp discharge pump transfers sewage to deck, overboard or to sewage treatment plant. Gray water system to drain either directly overboard or to holding tank(s) with automatic pumps.
Stabilizers One (1) set of Koopnautic or Quantum hydraulic digitally controlled fin stabilizers with 3-stage digital control system.
Steering E.M.I., electro-hydraulic, w/full follow-up wheel control and jog lever in pilothouse and jog levers at wing stations. Emergency steering as required by the classification rules.
Engine Controls Electronic, furnished with engines, main control station in pilothouse with controls at wing stations port and starboard, and engine room.
Engine Room Ventilation Forced intake and exhaust, with variable-speed fans and Delta T demisters on intake. Delta-T automatic system will be installed for fan speed control.
Watermakers One (1) 2500 gallon/day Filtration Concepts water makers
HVAC 30 ton seawater cooled chilled-water type air conditioning system with
individual air handler units with each stateroom on yacht will have a thermostat. Reverse cycle heating with supplemental strip heating. Chilled water piping to be copper tubing.
Approximately 400 cfm of fresh air replenishment shall be installed.
Two (2) 16000 BTU units in engine room.
Lazarette is air-conditioned
Central Hydraulic A Quantum central hydraulic system shall be provided to run the davit, bow thruster, stabilizers, anchor windlass and capstans. Power shall be driven off PTO off each main engine reduction gear with an additional 10 hp electric motor for in port use.
Rubrails Trinity Yacht standard aluminum extrusion; painted to match hull.
Corrosion Monitoring A Capac monitoring system shall be installed with two (2) sensors and single panel.
Deck Fittings Stainless; polished.
Handrails Polished stainless steel.
Engine Room Floor Plating Aluminum diamond plate, powder coated, mounted on rubber strips.
Lazarette Stowage Built in, stowage in the lazarette for fishing, diving and boat gear.
Boat Handling One (1) Marquipt or Nautical Structure 3,500 lb. tender davit
with 16 ft. fixed boom on the upper deck as shown;suitable for a 19 ft. Tender.
Anchoring Equipment Two (2) Maxwell or Muir 8,000 lb. vertical hydraulic anchor windlasses. Two (2) 397 lb.Poole anchors; two (2) lengths of 400 ft. 3/4" high test galvanized chain.
Capstans Two (2) Maxwell or Muir3,500 lb. vertical, hydraulic stern capstans
Gangway One (1) 10 -step Marquipt gangways with mounting brackets in four (4) locations.
Passarelle (Optional) One (1) 17.5 ft. Telescoping Marquipt or Opecmarre articulating hydraulic passarelle.
Batteries Two (2) Charles battery chargers; 60 amp and One (1) 40 amp24 volt DC/115 volt AC; Six (6) heavy duty batteries, Odyssey PC 1700 for main engines and generators starting.
Separate 12 V battery system for electronics and ships service.
Alarm System Engine provided alarm system shall be installed. Additionally, a 32-point integrated monitor alarm system shall be provided For fire,smoke and bilge alarms with monitors in engine room and wheelhouse and a single point alarm in the crew mess. Smoke and thermal detectors throughout yacht.
Electronics Allowance included for Navigation, communication, security and alarms as provided in Addendum B attached hereto.
Entertainment/Audio/Visual Allowance provided in Addendum B attached hereto.
Fire Fighting Equipment Suitable portable extinguishers shall be provided.
Life Rafts Two (2) 25-man inflatable life rafts mounted on flybridge.
Windshield Wipers Five (5) Exalto units.
Teak Caprail Foredeck and main deck as shown in plans.
Teak Deck Included as shown on plans.
Tenders, Jet Skis and toys Owner furnished
Electrical System, AC
Main Switchboard
460/208/120 VAC, 60 Hz, 3-phase primary system, One (1) Marine-type, configured for non-parallel operation of the two (2) main generators, or shore power.
Shore Power Two (2) 208 3 phase 60 V AC 80 AMP connections with 100 ft. cable for each connection.

One (1) 75 KVA Atlas shore power converter with smart box and seamless transfer capability.
Electrical System, DC 12 VDC and 24 VDC as required for ship's service DC loads,
emergency DC lighting loads and electronics.
The engine room to be fully insulated on the ceiling, sides and on the bulkheads. Sound absorbing materials and other thermal insulation to be used together with sound insulating material to obtain a good sound insulation between the engine room and other rooms. Ventilation/extraction ducts shall be adequately insulated.

Thermal insulation of the superstructure: all areas exposed to weather shall have either fiberglass batten, foamed or sprayed in insulation. Internal insulation: Noise absorbing materials shall be installed in partitions between guest areas. On the lower deck, main deck and upper deck, an isolated floor will be installed and a suitable acoustic carpet underlayment will be installed under the final carpet.
Maple or Cherry - similar to Trinity Hull 016 M.Y. BIG EASY.
The Builder has utilized the services of Van Cappellen Consultancy to make recommendations to reduce noise levels on the yacht. The main features to reduce noise and vibration are as follows:
Provide adequate scantlings and continuity of structure, particularly the foundation of main engines and gears
Soft mount the main engines
Double soft mount the generators
Install reciprocating mechanical equipment on resilient mounts
Install insulation and sound dampening materials overhead in the engine room and on the forward engine room bulkhead
Structural stanchions below accommodations shall be soft mounted on one end and filled with sand
Exhausts shall be flexibly mounted if attached to overhead
Install main piping with isolation supports in the engine room
Install "water drops" for generator engines exhaust system
Acoustical insulation shall be provided and installed throughout the vessel as detailed in the specs.
All plywood sub-floors throughout the accommodations shall be mounted to the deck structure using rubber strips.
All ceilings and walls throughout the accommodations shall bemounted to the structure using rubber strips or other suitable methods.
Db plywood to be installed over the main engine room and on the galley floor
The following is a list of Owner furnished and/or installed equipment or items:
Interior Outfit and loose equipment
Portable lights, standing lamps, chandeliers, dining room table overhead light, table and nightstand lamps. Builder to install.
Art work, framed pictures and paintings, trompe l'oeuil paintings, sculptures, scale models and other personal decorative items.
Decorative stainless steel, gold trims, statues, ornaments, special trims, etc.
China, stemware, crystal, silverware.
Custom china, stemware, crystal and silverware dowel pegging and recessed stowages built into furniture.
Utensils, pots, pans and kitchen utensils.
Chairs, easy chairs, sofa seats, low tables, coffee tables, games tables, dining tables, interior chaise lounge, poufs, moveable appointments, etc.
Portable fans.
Library books.
Bedspreads, linens, sheets, pillows, throws, poufs, towels, etc.
Soft window treatments, electric window treatments, curtains and drapes.
General stores, cleaning equipment.
Spares and tools (in the case of tools, except where supplied by the manufacturer or supplier of material and equipment).
Rope, lines and fenders
Gymnasium equipment.
Tenders, jet skis, water toys and approved rescue tender
The hull and superstructure will be faired using an entire Awlgrip system.
The hull and superstructure will be painted Awlgrip Matterhorn White.