After a busy 2011, Trinity is still on a roll. Tsumat, the first launch of 2012, is a custom 164-foot (49.9-meter) tri-deck aluminum yacht. Built for a repeat customer, the yacht includes six staterooms and a tender garage, which allows the oversized sun deck, equipped with fitness equipment, to be dedicated to fun and relaxation.
With a draft of less than 8 feet (less than 2.4 meters) at half load, Tsumat maneuvers easily in shallow water, but a 28-foot (8.5-meter) beam makes sure there is plenty of breathing room on board for all 12 guests and 11 crew. The interior—created by J.C. Espinosa of Espinosa, Inc. and Ramon Alonso of Museotec with input from her owners—is modern and makes good use of the space.
Accommodations include a full-beam, main-deck owner’s suite with adjacent study and walk-up ensuite his-and-hers heads plus four guest staterooms—two queen and two twin—on the lower deck. A fifth queen guest stateroom shares the pilothouse deck. For fun in the sun, the ship’s large sun deck features a hot tub, bar, dining for eight, quad chaise lounging, treadmills, weights, twin sun pads and room for the rescue tender.
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