Worth the Wait: Trinity Yachts’ Lady Sura

Construction of Trinity Yachts’ 164-foot Lady Sura was delayed when the commissioning client decided to make some changes to the configuration and specs. But the Mississippi-based builder recently handed over the all-aluminum vessel with the split-level main-deck master suite that the owner requested, which is one of a few somewhat distinct layout approaches exhibited on this yacht. Whereas other Trinity yachts, as well as those from other builders, typically position the master suite’s bedroom on the upper level and a lounge-like area on the lower level, Lady Sura has the opposite configuration. As a result, the master suite’s upper-level lounge serves as more of an observation area, offering stunning views. The yacht’s other cabins are four belowdecks staterooms and a VIP stateroom on the upper deck. With a range of approximately 4,000 nautical miles, Lady Sura will let the owner and his guests visit a variety of ports on both sides of the Atlantic. (www.trinityyachts.com)

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