New Horizon Splashes

Trinity Yachts announces the launch of the largest American built superyacht in 2011.

New Horizon

Trinity Yachts

In a recent press release, Trinity Yachts announced the launch of the 242′ New Horizon in mid November 2011. New Horizon is a six-deck, full displacement steel hull superyacht, and Trinity Yachts states that it is the largest American built yacht in 2011.

The interior of this custom superyacht was designed by Evan Marshall, and features a full width master stateroom, an office, six guest staterooms, a gym, a skylounge, and an aft deck with a hot tub.

Trinity Project New Horizon—Primary Specifications
Name/Hull Number:_ New Horizon_, Trinity Yachts Hull No. T051
Type: Six (6)-Deck Motoryacht
Construction: Steel Hull and Aluminum Superstructure
Length: 242′ (73.8m)
Beam, Extreme: 40’9″ (12.4m)
Draft, Half Load: 11’6′ (3.5m)
Displacement, Trial Load: 1488 L.T.
Propulsion: 2x Caterpillar 3516B HD: 2,575hp each at 1600 rpm
Maximum Speed: 15.5 knots, approximately
Range: 4,000 nautical miles at 13 knots
Fuel Capacity: 64,218 gallons (243,092L), approximately
Classification: ABS Maltese Cross A1 Yachting Service, AMS, MCA, over 500 IGT
Naval Architect: Brt Nigel Gee/Trinity Yachts, LLC
Interior Designer: Evan Marshall
Owner/Guests: Fourteen (14) in seven (7) staterooms
Crew: Eighteen (18) in nine (9) cabins
Delivery: 2012