Corinthian Catamarans has been building commercial fiberglass catamarans for over 25 years. The Corinthian 72' is the flagship design and the queen of the fleet of this well known builder from Tarpon Springs, Florida (USA) . Originally conceived by naval architect Charles Neville "TRIGANA" became a special project as a custom order to her current owners as a privately owned vessel planned as a huge family boat to accommodate an extensive family and guests, but that could also be used as a charter boat if needed. As matter of fact this model has been designed and built to be able to hold the USCG 149 passengers certificate.
With that in mind this vessel offers a very ample interior and exterior lay-out featuring ample spaces in every area. Powered by twin 3208 CAT diesels, twin Kohler diesel generators, a fly bridge, walk-thru hull's transoms, twin foredeck dinghy cranes, huge foredeck seating area and sun lounge, large galley-up, etc.
This is the right power catamaran for the prospect buyer looking for either a very large and affordable commercial-grade quality family yacht or an exploration-type open lay-out vessel that could perfectly work as a day-charter boat for several passengers.
Aggressively priced, this yacht is a MUST-SEE to truly appreciate the space d\and accommodations it has to offer to her new owner. Please call us to make an appointment to personally inspect this great yacht.
TRIGANA offers a huge FORE DECK lay-out. There's an ample solid fiberglass forward deck that can hold up to two small tenders, already having twin 1000 Lbs hydraulic cranes installed on port and starboard hulls. A very large seating bench is located forward of the front windshield window frame. Wide side decks make a breeze walking thru and commercial-height anodized aluminum side rails, bow and stern pulpits makes this passage very safe under bad weather. The coach roof top is accessed thru twin wide aluminum vertical ladders located at her aft cockpit and features a gigantic sun pad area for up to 8-10 people, if desired.
Aft, at the COCKPIT AREA, there's the raised (mid-level) helm station with two captain's bucket seats and a complete array of electronics at the steering console. On top, there's the small tower with buggy top featuring repeating steering controls and electronics for a superb 360 degrees of water views. The huge cockpit is free of fixed furniture making walking, entertaining and/or large crowds handling very easy. There are two water-tight entry doors (one per side) providing access to the interior cabin, two very wide walk-thru transoms for easy bathing/boarding access, three large (ventilated) fiberglass deck boxes for gear, dock lines, fenders & water toys storage and two large engine room hatches for very easy and convenient access to both engines and generators.
At her interior cabin the first impression is the huge SALON area that is as large as it can be, featuring two very long straight opposite-facing benches (one pre side) divided by a very large center bar/dining center with large book case louvered lockers on each front/end. The large electrical and systems panels is installed in the entry bulkhead between the entry doors providing easy access and reach directly from the cockpit.
Forward of this area is the PILOT HOUSE steering console dividing the salon from the galley. Following is the midship GALLEY UP area, perfectly located so there's minimal sea motion while underway or at anchor. Here there are two commercial-grade refrigerators (stainless steel) and one deep freezer (stainless steel), 3-burner gas stove, deep sinks, microwave and oven, ice maker and plenty of storage bins and counter space to entertain a large crowd. All of this at the convenience of the hull's upper-level, enjoying the entry of bright natural light from the massive front windshield windows.
INTERIOR CABINS are accessed from both sides of the Pilot House/Galley area by means of built-in wide steps. At the PORT HULL there's what it could be considered the owner's master stateroom featuring an athwartships double bed followed by a large loveseat bench (both with storage under) and hanging locker followed by the head with separate stall shower. Then there's the passageway walk-thru to the private office room which's followed by the aft guest cabin. All cabins are provided with flat panel TV's & DVD/audio players.
At the STARBOARD HULL the lay-out is slightly different. The forward guest cabin is almost identical to the one in the port hull, featuring an athwartships double bed followed by a large loveseat bench (both with storage under) and hanging locker with the private en-suite head with separate stall shower. Aft of this there's a double hanging & shelves locker followed by the laundry room with vertical-stacked washer/dryer machine. Next is the 4th head with separate stall shower and last is the aft guests cabin with another hanging locker and storage bins.
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247 SW 8th Street
Miami, FL 33130