completing her sea trials, the stylish Mia Elise
with her graceful exterior sailed left for the
Mediterranean for several weeks of "fun in
the sun" with the new owners.
and built by Trinity Yachts, the exterior styling
includes flush fitting curved glass, vertical
windscreen, copious deck space and a design emphasis
that truly incorporates the style, elegance and
performance envisioned by the owner.
MIA ELISE was launched at the New Orleans shipyard
in February 2005 and was the first large steel
full displacement yacht launched in 70 years in
the United States.
180 ft. x 33 ft. (55m x 10m) motoryacht is the
first of the Trinity displacement series and is
powered by two (2) Caterpillar 3512 B rated marine
engines at 1650 hp each at 1600 rpm and encased
in a sound proof engine room. The yacht will be
capable of a maximum speed of 15 knots at trial
load and a cruise of 14 knots. MIA ELISE will
carry approximately 27,450 gallons (104,000L)
of fuel for her transatlantic crossing and has
a fresh water capacity of approximately 6,300
gallons (23,800L). She is capable of helicopter
operations in the "touch and go" mode
for arriving/departing guests or medical evacuations.
ELISE can accommodate an Owner's party of twelve
(12) in six spaciously planned staterooms with
en suite baths exquisitely finished in mahogany.
of the guests' staterooms are located below deck.
There are three staterooms with king size berths,
one with twin berths and a full beam VIP cabin
with his/her bath. There is also a passenger elevator
servicing four (4) decks.
full beam Owners' suite, accessible through the
owners private office, is located forward on the
main deck and is complete with his/her closets.
There is an elegant sitting area and a luxurious
ensuite bath that includes a whirlpool tub and
large marble shower.
dining on board, the Owner can choose the elegance
of the enclosed dining room or an alfresco experience
on either the air-conditioned aft exterior main
deck or the aft exterior pilothouse deck. The
full beam sky lounge will allow the Owners to
entertain their guests in either a formal or casual