NEWS - Azzura Marine wins Trinity superyacht contract

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Australian expertise sought by luxury American superyacht builder.

NEWS - Azzura Marine wins Trinity superyacht contract
NEWS - Azzura Marine wins Trinity superyacht contract

Australian custom yachtbuilder Azzura Marine said it has been sought by Trinity Yachts, one of the United States’ largest luxury superyacht builders, to construct
the interior
of its brand-new
57-metre luxury superyacht.

"This is an exciting project for both companies. Trinity Yachts has a reputation for delivering world class vessels and Azzura Marine’s fitouts and finishes rival the best in the world. The combination of talents will undoubtedly produce a truly superlative vessel," said Azzura Marine principal, Iain Murray.

Azzura Marine said its specialised fitout division, AM Interiors, will design, manufacture and install the new Trinity yacht’s entire owner and guest accommodation.

Conceptually designed by Evan K Marshall, Azzura Marine said the multi-million-dollar interior will be constructed in Australia then packed
and shipped to Trinity’s shipyard on the Gulf Coast of the United States.

It is understood Azzura Marine’s in-house design team has commenced the detailed 3D modeling and computer cutting works for the project.

"The group will employ an additional 25 staff across two Australian states and
several
will travel to Trinity’s shipyard to assemble the interior once complete," said Azzura Marine.

"The tri-deck superyacht will consist of four queen-sized guest cabins and a master suite accommodating up to 10 guests, plus a multitude of stylish seating and TV areas, bars, a luscious dinning room, gym and guest saloon.

"The interior design depicts exceptional detail and workmanship utilising a unique burl wood panelling, handmade
carpets with custom designed boarders, and marble floors for bathrooms and corridors," the company said.

Azzura Marine said it has experience in a diverse range of specialist projects, including; Sydney Yachts, Marten Yachts and Azzura Yachts new builds, the iconic Hamilton Island Yacht Club and adjoining luxury villas, various superyacht refits, commercial vessels, hotels and select private residences.

The group said it achieved international recognition when it won an International Superyacht Society Design Award for the delivery of the
Azzura Yacht Cambria II.


For more information, visit www.azzuramarine.com

Photos: Azzura Marine managing director, David McQueen (left), and Trinity Yachts president, John Dane III (top); Trinity Yachts 57m interior design styled by Evan K. Marshall.


 


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