Launched in January 2012 and making her debut at the latest Fort Lauderdale boat show, the motor yacht Tsumat (hull T057) is now officially announced as delivered by Trinity. She comes from the successful 49.9 metre all-aluminium series designed by the yard’s in-house team. ABS classed and MCA compliant, the yacht has an interior styled by JC Espinosa and Ramon Alonso of Loguer Design.
'This is the second yacht I have designed for this particular client' said JC Espinosa. 'His request, as in the previous project, was for a clean, modern and elegant design. Since he always travels with family and friends, we provided large outdoor gathering spaces on all decks and an open interior plan with large spaces flowing together within the public areas.'
Her interior layout accommodates 12 guests in six cabins – the usual split-level owner suite enjoying a panoramic front view, a VIP cabin on the bridge deck, and two doubles and two twins on the lower deck. Features include spacious main and dining saloons, complete with bar and wine cellar, an island bar in the galley which allows guests to watch their food being prepared and a full beam alfresco lounge on the aft deck.
'The design team's Latin and European influences and the use of select materials and elements historically found in Mexican architecture such as walnut lattices, solid blocks of stone and hand-stitched leather details with a high level of craftsmanship were the key ingredients in the creation of Tsumat’s interiors. Coupled with the design concept centered on comfort, attention to detail and simplicity, Tsumat blends natural and high-end materials with the latest technology thus creating functional spaces of great elegance,' said Ramon Alonso of Loguer Design.
The crew quarters accommodate 11 members, while a stern garage stores the main tender, allowing more space for guests on the sun deck, which is comprehensively equipped with a spa pool, chaise longues, dining for eight and gymnasium equipment.
The yacht is powered by twin 3,384hp Caterpillar 3516B engines, giving her a top speed of 22.5 knots and a range of 3,700 nautical miles at 10 knots.
While Tsumat is now cruising between Florida and Mexico, Trinity is busy on five other projects scheduled to be delivered in the coming years.