Trinity Yachts is pleased to announce that Finish Line, its custom designed 120’ (36.7m) raised pilothouse superyacht with aluminum hull and superstructure, has won the World Superyacht 2014 Neptune Award in the Two-Deck Semi-Displacement category. The ninth annual World Superyacht Awards took place 3 May 2014 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Judges are comprised of 20 current and former yacht owners and two independent specialists.
In a near unanimous decision, Finish Line was deemed the winner based on a number of determining factors: performance, customization to owner specification, arrangement of decks and interior, build quality and exterior styling. The finalist class in the category included three aluminum and two composite-built yachts, all of comparable size.
“To win the Neptune for Finish Line is deeply gratifying for us,” says John Dane III, Trinity Yachts President. “Heralded since the day she took delivery, she represents many things: the commitment Trinity has to custom superyacht construction; a truly patriotic American owner; astounding performance and breakthrough engineering in a yacht her size; and the creation of jobs here in the U.S. On behalf of Finish Line’s owner and all of the employees at the yard, we thank the judges and the World Superyachts Awards for this honor.”
120’7” (36.7m) Trinity M/Y Finish Line—Primary Specifications
Name/Hull Number – Finish Line, Trinity Yachts Hull No. T-058
Type – Raised Pilothouse
Construction – Aluminum Hull and Aluminum Superstructure
Length – 120’7” (36.7m)
Beam – 26’2” (8m)
Draft, Half Load – 5’6” (1.7m)
Displacement, Trial Load – 187 L.T.
Propulsion – 2x MTU 16V2000M94 rated at 2,600hp each at 2,450 rpm
Maximum Speed – 23 knots, approximately
Range – 3,670 nautical miles at 10 knots
Fuel Capacity – 9,789 gallons (37,055L), approximately
Classification – ABS Maltese Cross A1 Yachting Service, AMS, MCA, under 500 IGT
Naval Architect – Trinity Yachts, LLC
Interior Designer – Joanne Lockhart, YachtNext
Exterior Designer – Geoff Van Aller
Owner/Guests – Eight (8) in four (4) staterooms
Crew – Five (5) in three (3) cabins
Delivery – 2013