Trinity Yachts launches M/Y Lady Sura

Oct 8, 2012 by Triton Staff

Trinity Yachts launched M/Y Lady Sura, a 164-foot (49.9m) tri-deck custom built yacht with aluminum hull and superstructure. Delivery is scheduled for 2012.

Features include a full beam two-level master suite with forward panoramic windows and an interior designed by Patrick Knowles.

Lady Sura will have a top speed of more than 19 knots with a 4,000 nautical mile range. The 7-foot 8-inch draft (2.4m) will enable shallow water accessible.

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