The opening sunroof on the Trident 620 Solara differentiates it from the Flybridge version of the 620 that Outer Reef Yachts launched as the debut model in the Trident series. This new “sedan model,” as the builder is calling the 620 Solara, gives owners the option of adding the sunroof to create a sportier vibe when they’re out on the water.
That aside, the two Trident models, both designed by Setzer Yacht Architects, have much in common. When the sliding glass doors are open, the galley aft layout lets the countertop space serve double duty as a bar for the cockpit.
Also like the Flybridge model, the Trident 620 Solara has a three-stateroom, three-head accommodations layout for owner and guests, plus quarters for two crew. Owners can choose from three interior decor options that Outer Reef calls transitional, traditional and modern.
Exterior hull paint options include “moon dust” and “desert sand” (both on the yellow spectrum) along with “ice blu,” “Bahama blu” and “sea foam green.” The Cummins engines with pod drives produce an economical cruise speed of 10 knots, a fast-cruise speed of 20 to 22 knots and a top speed of 26 to 28 knots. What’s next? Trident models from 72 to 106 feet length overall are currently in the pipeline. Stay tuned.