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242’ (73.8m) Six-Deck superyacht New Horizon launched by Trinity Yachts – The Largest American Built Superyacht to Launch in 2011

December 07, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

Trinity Yachts is pleased to announce that its largest custom superyacht to date—and the largest American built yacht launched in 2011—the 242’ (73.8m) six-deck, full displacement steel hull, motor yacht New Horizon, launched in mid-November 2011. M/Y NEW HORIZON is the epitome of design, naval architecture and engineering that Trinity Yachts incorporates in each meticulously... ... read full story

Trinity Yachts to Incorporate Trinity Offshore for two 92m eco-friendly yachts

October 24, 2011

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Trinity Yachts in collaboration with Trinity Offshore presents a new project to build two 92 meter ecologically friendly yachts with ENVIRO+ Green Passport Certification. ... read full story

American Cruise Lines launch Queen of Mississippi sternwheeler nine weeks ahead of schedule

August 01, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

American Cruise Lines (ACL), a leader in small ship cruising, last week announced the launching of the motor yacht Queen of the Mississippi, a brand new sternwheeler built for the Mississippi. At Chesapeake Shipbuilding in Maryland on Sunday, July 17, the launching went picture perfect at nine weeks ahead of schedule. Immediately after the launching,... ... read full story

New sternwheeler named Queen of the Mississippi by American Cruise Lines

April 18, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

American Cruise Lines announced the name of its brand new 140 passenger Mississippi sternwheeler – Queen of the Mississippi – currently under construction and two months ahead of schedule at Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp. in Salisbury, MD. American Cruise Lines has also unveiled the first renderings of the ship’s interior, including those of the future dining salon, Paddlewheel Lounge and passenger staterooms. ... read full story

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