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Mustique is a prestigeous custom built Motor Yacht built by Trinity Yachts in the USA in 2005.Built in steel with an alluminium superstructure this full-displacement 80ft /55m motor yacht has an impressive volume of 680 GT - she is much more spacious than most other yachts of a similar length.
Mustique's interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 staterooms, including a full beam Master Suite, a full beam VIP stateroom, 3 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. She is also capable of carrying up to 12 crew.
This well managed RINA classed fully custom displacement yacht also features zero speed stabilisers for added passenger comfort.
Managed and Crewed by EXPERSEA.
Accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 en-suite staterooms all of which except the twin cabin have king sized beds.
Crew accommodation for 13 - including Captains cabin behind the bridge and two engineers cabins aft of the engine control room.
Monitors: Bridge display/Crew mess display
ECR Door Alarms:
Door alarms on all the watertight doors and escape hatches monitored on the engineering alarm system with repeaters in the ECR, Bridge and crew mess.
Fire Fighting Equipment
Consilium system throughout the accommodation and machinery spaces.
Fixed FM 200 System:
UltraFog high pressure water mist covering accommodation and machinery spaces.
2 x portable CO2 fire extinguishers.
Fire Extinguishers: Throughout
Seawater Firefighting Station:
10 fire hydrants
Life rafts: 4 x RFD - 25 person each
2 plain life rings
2 life rings with line
2 life rings with lights
2 life rings with MOB
EPRIBS: 1 float-free McMurdo
SART: 2 x ACR PATHFINDER 3
Operating shipyards in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Gulfport, Mississippi, Trinity Yachts was an American luxury motor yacht builder capable of constructing superyachts in aluminium and steel up to 123 metres in length.
Trinity Yachts’ roots lie in the commercial and military shipyard Halter Marine in New Orleans, which today is still one of the builder’s two facilities. In the 1970s, Olympic sailor John Dane III went to work for Halter Marine and founded Trinity Yachts in 1988; his mission was to expand the shipyard’s operations into the luxury motor yacht sector. In 2000, Trinity Yachts was acquired by John Dane along with partners Billy Smith and Felix Sabates, owner of Victory Lane Enterprises.
The shipyard was highly successful, attracting owners from all over the world, including – thanks to Sabates’ influence – many involved in high-profile motor sports. In the early 2000’s, Trinity’s order book of superyacht projects was in the double digits. Despite the devastation wreaked on the New Orleans shipyard by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which led to the opening of the Gulfport facility, and the global economic downturn of 2008, Trinity Yachts continued to be one of the leading superyacht builders in the U.S.
In the years that followed, difficulties caused by amongst other things exchange rate fluctuations, made selling custom built steel and alluminium yachts to an already saturated market outside the U.S.A. very difficult. The US market had an appetite seemingly only for faster semi-displacement, shallow draft yachts built in GRP, thus leaving Trinity, a once thriving business without a market place.
Trinity had an excellent run for about 20 years and delivered 62 hulls, but the new yacht construction ceased in 2016.