The motor yacht TRIDENT was launched to thrills of excitement at the Feadship Royal Van Lent shipyard in Holland.
M/Y TRIDENT measures 65.22m (214ft) in length and she is a steel hulled superyacht with an aluminium superstructure.
Capable of up to 16 knots in speed her range is 4,700 nautical miles.
Trident’s interior and exterior styling was created by Mr. Donald Starkey and Feadship De Voogt carried out the mega yacht’s naval architecture. The yacht’s design is a clever synthesis of form and function.
Unusually the yacht’s design allows guests to travel up through the entire yacht to the sun deck. Other features include a classic Feadship flared bow and a full beam master suite as well as accommodation for 12 other guests.
The name Feadship comes from a marketing joint venture between Royal Van Lent, Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw and Dutch naval architect De Voogt, which are all Dutch companies.
Royal Van Lent is now owned by French luxury goods group LVMH Moët Hennessy-Louis Vuitton.
From the Feadship Yachts Press:
‘Trident blends a classic Feaship flared bow with modern touches such as the semi circular extensions with glass bulwarks on the aft deck. A visual connection between the three decks is provided by fashion plates on her stern, while TRIDENT’S elegant wings bring a bright look & feels to the top part of her profile.
Along with a fabulous full beam master suite the yacht offers superior accommodation to owners and another 12 guests in seven luxurious cabins.
Motor yacht TRIDENT’s remarkable elevator allows guests to travel up through the entire yacht to the sun deck as if you are inside a solid block of marble.’
TRIDENT has 2x MTU 16V4000M60R engines which run 1400kW @ 1600 rpm and 2x Wärtsilä Fixed pitch 5 bladed propellers.
Her crew can be a maximum of 18, and she comes equipped
with two 6.7m tenders, jet ski, kayaks,a wave runner a laser class sailing dingy as well as dive gear.