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Tsumat 49.99m (164') | 2012 USA

Tsumat
Tsumat

Tsumat comes from the successful 50 metre all-aluminium series designed by the Trinity Yachts in-house team. ABS classed and MCA compliant, the yacht has an interior styled by JC Espinosa and Ramon Alonso of Loguer Design. Tsumat is a yacht that combines speed with the owner's love of the outdoors.

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. 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.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: JC Espinosa / Ramon Alonso
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Falcon 49.99m (164') | 2011 USA

Falcon

Falcon is a 50 metre all-aluminium motor yacht designed by the Trinity Yachts' in-house team. ABS classed and MCA compliant, the yacht has an interior styled by Karen Lynn Interiors.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: Karen Lynn Interiors
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Mia Elise 49.99m (164') | 2010 USA

Mia Elise

Mia Elise was delivered in time to make her debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2010. Sistership to Mine Games and Norwegian Queen, she has an interior designed by Patrick Knowles. Her layout accommodates 12 guests thanks to an extra 6th stateroom on the bridge deck.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: Patrick Knowles

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Imagine 49.99m (164') | 2010 USA

Imagine
Imagine

Trinity’s Geoff Van Aller acted as naval architect on Imagine, which is built in aluminum. She features an interior from Sylvie Charest, accommodating guests in five staterooms. Two 2,250hp Caterpillar 3512Bs power Imagine, giving her a top speed of 20 knots and a cruise of 18, with a 4,000nm range.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: Sylvie Charest
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Sapphire 49.99m (164') | 2009 USA

Sapphire

After making her way to Dubai following her launch, Sapphire (ex-Red Sapphire) has reportedly already been sold on to a member of the United Arab Emirates royal family.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: James McFarlane
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Wheels 49.99m (164') | 2009 USA

Wheels

Delivered to her American owner, Rick Hendrick of NASCAR fame, and as such, joins the informal yet exclusive “NASCAR Yacht Club”, comprised of yachtsmen such as Roger Penske and Felix Sabates. She features a full-beam master suite on the main deck, four guest staterooms below, and a fifth stateroom on the pilothouse deck. Twin CATs take her to a 19-knot maximum speed—even NASCAR greats need to enjoy the slower lane sometimes.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: Scott Carpenter

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Norwegian Queen 49.99m (164') | 2008 USA

Norwegian Queen

A sistership to Mine Games, Norwegian Queen offers very similar facilities on deck, but a completely unique interior designed by London-based Evan Marshall. You’ll spot the exterior difference easily, as unlike her sistership, her tenders and toys are carried on the aft portion of the sun deck.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: Evan K Marshall
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Amarula Sun 49.99m (164') | 2007 USA

Amarula Sun
Mine Games - yacht sold by Galati with Moran Yacht & Ship

Amarula Sun (ex-Mine Games) is an all-aluminum tri-deck motor yacht with a Patrick Knowles interior featuring intricate millwork and inlaid marble. Classified ABS XA1 Yachting Service, AMS and MCA compliant, she has superb deck areas for dining, sunbathing, and lounging by her spa pool, as well as an aft flybridge helipad and an extra large swim platform that carries a tender and a submersible. Her interior offers a dining room and main saloon, skylounge, and accommodations for ten guests in a master suite, three double cabins, and a twin. The yacht was recently sold.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Trinity Yachts
  • Exterior Styling: Geoff Van Aller
  • Interior Styling: Patrick Knowles
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Vango 49.98m (163'11") | 2006 USA

Vango

Vango, named after the impressionist Vincent van Gogh, is both Westport Shipyard’s largest ever and also the first of the largest GRP production yachts in the world. This tri-deck, semi-displacement yacht that manages to stay below the 500GRT rule (a notable achievement for a yacht of this size) features a hull design by William Garden with interior design, general arrangement, and exterior styling by Donald Starkey Designs.

Vango is the first hull of Westport’s 50m series, whose spec-built boats feature a cored-composite hull and superstructure, and are powered by twin 3,650hp 16V 4,000 MTU diesels that provide a top speed of 24 knots and a maximum range of over 5,000nm at reduced speed. An innovative arrangement in this series includes a top-deck VIP suite with its own sun deck, and a large formal dining room adjacent to the galley. The main-deck master suite spans the full beam, while the saloon features intimate conversation areas. Just aft is a large covered deck for outdoor gatherings. Vango is lavishly appointed, with an interior color scheme based on a palette inspired by impressionist paintings. She accommodates her owners and up to ten guests in unsurpassed comfort and privacy.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Westport
  • Naval architecture: William Garden
  • Exterior & Interior Design: Donald Starkey
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Evviva 49.98m (163'11") | 2007 USA

Evviva

This Westport 164 motor yacht was built by the Westport yard in 2007. Her exterior styling and interior design are by Donald Starkey. Like her sisters, she can accommodate 12 guests.

  • Builder & Naval architecture: Westport
  • Naval architecture: William Garden
  • Exterior & Interior Design: Donald Starkey

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