Trinity resumes work on 164-foot yacht

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Trinity Yachts announced the resumption of construction for hull T-59, a 164-foot motoryacht.

A contract was signed in December 2007, but construction was halted by mutual agreement between Gulfport, Miss.-based Trinity and the customer in August 2009.

Delivery will be in 2012. The postponement has allowed the customer to take advantage of new technology and to make minor design changes, Trinity said.

Trinity has eight yachts in active construction. An additional two partially built yachts are available with a reduced delivery time.

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