More details about superyacht Lady Linda by Trinity Yachts


Trinity Yachts has disclosed more details about its latest delivery, the 57m superyacht Lady Linda (hull T050).

Designed by the yard’s in-house team, Lady Linda has been specially designed with a wide 10.2m beam and limited draught of 2.4m, ideal for the shallow waters of Florida and The Bahamas where the yacht is mainly based. Lady Linda is built in aluminium, and she’s ABS classed and MCA compliant.

Her contemporary interior was designed by Evan K Marshall and accommodates up to 12 guests on board. The large master suite is on main deck comprising an office, his-and-her shower rooms, and his-and-her dressing rooms. Four large double guest cabins on the lower deck are oriented towards portholes with sea views. An extra fifth guest cabin is on the bridge deck in place of the usual captain’s cabin (which has been moved to the main deck). Used as a gymnasium, this room can be converted into a cabin for two.

Lady Linda

is powered by twin 3,384hp Caterpillar engines giving a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 10 knots. Special features include a touch-and-go helipad on the sundeck.

Lady Linda is cruising the Med this summer and will be present at the forthcoming Monaco Yacht Show in September.

Written by Boat International Media, leading publisher of super yacht news