From renowned American yacht builder Trinity Yachts in Gulfport, Mississippi comes the long awaited launch of the Bacarella superyacht, a project that was supposed to be completed years prior but Hurricane Katrina decided otherwise.
After the extensive damage from the hurricane’s devastation was cleared and the ship yard was fully rebuilt, Trinity Yachts and Vripack, the naval architecture firm who originally was supposed to collaborate with the yacht builder on the project, came together to complete the long awaited 60 meter yacht.
Bacarella’s exterior styling is by Bannenberg & Rowell and Trinity. And Bannenberg & Rowell also designed clean and fresh interiors.
Complete with a helicopter platform, the Bacarella offers a number of impressive features. The yacht’s main saloon is adorned with elm wood, neutral fabrics, and bronze and limestone accents to create a sophisticated and modern look. And the dining saloon is surrounded by a gorgeous glass perimeter that encloses seating for 12 guests. Wine lovers will also appreciate the built-in storage with bronze doors that are capable of holding up to 200 bottles of wine.
The Bacarella’s sky lounge is a rather spacious area for guests to enjoy some of the yacht’s many amenities. View the incredibly large television, listen to the high tech sound system, take advantage of the satellite receivers, relax with a drink at the table-height bar, and enjoy the ocean’s stunning sights and sounds through the huge windows.
Within the grand owner’s suite are natural flood lights that shine through four large oval windows to highlight the relaxing colors and textures used in the elegant cabin and all throughout the yacht.
In the owner’s bathroom, luxury abounds within the spa like atmosphere. Glass and slate surround an infinity tub along with the largest shower you will find on any yacht of this size. The bathroom also offers stunning views with its impressive window that can turn opaque with the touch of a button offering instant privacy.
In the five king staterooms located on the lower deck the luxurious feel continues as no expense has been spared in making guests completely comfortable. And, within the galley is a host of top of the line appliances including a walk-in refrigerator and freezer, an eight burner range, a two speed oven and microwave, grill, ice maker, and two dishwashers.
The yacht also includes seven crew cabins with one queen sized berth in the captain’s cabin in addition to the owner’s suite or king stateroom and the five guest cabins. For easy access to all areas of the yacht, all three decks of the Bacarella are connected by an elevator adorned with stitched rawhide and when the doors open to the bridge’s deck, visitors will be greeted with a beautiful map of the world carved out of slate.
The Bacarella is also made for performance as she is equipped with two Caterpillar engines each capable of delivering 2,012 horsepower and she can reach a top speed of 16 knots making the yacht as powerful as she is beautiful.
Bacarella Specifications at a Glance:
LOA: 196′/60.0 m
LWL: 177′/54.0 m
Beam (max): 35.5′/10.82 m
Draught (loaded): 11.5′/3.5 m
Construction: Steel Displacement Hull with Aluminium Superstructure Above Main Deck
Displacement: 1041.09 l
Main engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3512B HD DITA SCAC Series II, 2012 BHP at 1600 RPM
Speed: 16 knots Max./14 knots Cruise/10 knots Economical
Fuel capacity: 52,632 USG/199,234 liters
Range at cruising speed: 14 knots 5,670 nm Range/10 Knots 11,386 nm Range.
Water capacity: 6,363 USG/24,087 litres
Number of owner/guest cabins: Owner King Stateroom on Main Deck, 5 King Guest Staterooms on Lower Level Including Full Beam VIP
Number of crew cabins: 7 Double Crew Cabins plus Queen Berth in Captain’s Cabin
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