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Trinity Yachts debuts 164-foot vessel

Trinity Yachts, of Gulfport, Miss., announced its first launch of 2012: Tsumat, a 164-foot trideck, custom-built superyacht with an aluminum hull and superstructure.

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Tsumat’s owner is a repeat Trinity customer whose family has enjoyed yachting for many years, the company said.

Tsumat, which has six staterooms, accommodates 12 owners and guests and 11 crewmembers. Its interior design was created by J.C. Espinosa of Espinosa Inc., and Ramon Alonso, of Museotec, with input from her owners.

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