Trinity Yachts Delivers M/Y Imagine Trinity Yachts delivered the 161 ft. tri-deck motoryacht Imagine. After completing sea trials, the Imagine with its white hull and superstructure left for Fort Lauderdale and then on to the Bahamas. After a short shake down cruise, Imagine will then proceed onto the Caribbean for some private sailing with the new owners. Designed and built by Trinity Yachts, the exterior styling includes the distinctive pilothouse windows, hidden anchor pocket, copious exterior deck space and a design emphasizing the wishes of the owners for a yacht that truly incorporates their ideas of style, elegance and performance. Vertical oval windows on the port and starboard sides allow light into the interior while providing a change of design texture to the smooth continuous horizontal lines. This 161 ft. x 28 ft. motoryacht is powered by two Caterpillar 3516 B (Series II-HD) rated marine engines at 3,384 hp each at 1800 rpm and encased in a heavily insulated engine room. The yacht will be capable of a maximum speed of over 24 knots at trial load and a cruise of 22 knots. Imagine will carry approximately 16,700 gallons (63,215L) of fuel and has a fresh water capacity of approximately 2,700 gallons (10,220). The two water makers will generate 2,400 gpd. (15,898 lpd.) each. For stabilization, she has been fitted with two active fin system with Zero Speed by Quantum. The Imagine features five spaciously planned staterooms in mahogany with en suite baths finished with inlaid marble. The interior decorator was Sylvie Charest with great support from the owner's wife throughout the entire project. Each of the four guest staterooms are located below the main deck. There are two with king size berths, two with twin berths. The full beam Owners' suite, accessible through the owners private office, is located forward on the main deck and is complete with walk-in his/her closets. There is an elegant sitting area and luxurious ensuite master bathroom that includes a whirlpool tub, his and her vanity with etched glass recessed within a marble counter and a large book- matched marble shower as well as heated inlaid marble floors with deep rich earth tones. A large galley is also located on the main deck and has an island dual level display bar with marble counter and seating for three or four guests. W&O Supply Announces Leadership Changes W&O Supply announced a change in leadership aimed at accelerating the overall growth its parent company, Pon Power. David Turner, currently the President and CEO of W&O Supply, has been promoted to the position of Director of Business Development for Pon Power, W&O Supply's parent company, and Chairman of W&O Supply. In his new role, Turner will be tasked with growing the Pon division on a global basis during the next five years. Additionally, Turner will leverage marketing and growth opportunities in existing markets as well as execute against Pon Power's global marine business growth goals. Turner's new position requires his relocation to Holland where he will work out of the Pon Power headquarters in Almere, The Netherlands. In his role as Chairman of W&O Supply, Turner will ensure that both W&O Supply and newly acquired A-T controls maintain sufficient autonomy in pursuit of their aggressive growth strategies. Pon Power's businesses include Pon Power Netherlands, Pon Power Scandinavia, Caterpillar, MaK Marine Engine and W&O Supply. Replacing David Turner as President and CEO of W&O Supply will be Jack Guidry, currently the company's Vice President and National Sales Manager. New Cat Crewboat for GOM Incat Crowther was chosen to design a 165 ft. catamaran crewboat for Seacor Marine. "The speed and stability the catamaran offers to the crew boat market, will enable them to provide a higher level of service," said Brett Crowther, Incat Crowther Managing. The vessel, to be called Seacor Cheetah, will be capable of carrying 150 passengers at speeds between 36 and 42 knots with up to 152 tons deadweight. Crew accommodation is positioned on the mid deck with cabins, heads, galley, mess and laundry facilities to support up to 10 crew. The upper deck contains a large fully equipped wheelhouse offering full 360 degree vision including direct visibility of the aft deck. The vessel will be designed to carry 150 tons of deck cargo on a 2,700 sq. ft. deck, including 13,150 gallons of cargo fuel. Seacor Cheetah will also be built to meet ABS DP2 guidelines for Dynamic Positioning. To aid in these requirements, the vessel has been fitted with 4 x MTU 16V4000 driving 4 x Hamilton HM811's. 2 x 200 hp retractable azimuthing bow thrusters have also been incorporated forward in each hull. The vessel will be built by Gulf Craft and is expected to be in service in late 2007. This will be the fourth Incat Crowther vessel that Gulf Craft have built within the last three years. And the game changes. Seacor Cheetah Particulars Length, o.a. 165 ft. Length, w.l. 144 ft. Beam 38 ft. Draft 6.9 ft. Fuel capacity 52,314 liters Fresh water capacity 14,000 liters Service speed 41.5 knots DWT 50 Max DWT 152 Main engines 4 x MTU 16V 4000 M71 Waterjets 4 x Hamilton HM 811 Passengers 150 Classification ABS Material Aluminum February, 2007 · MarineNews · 13
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