4 Largest American-Built Megayachts

With the Fourth of July upon us, our thoughts turn to all things American. And what better way to celebrate than to take a look at the four largest American-built megayachts? Aquila. In 2014, the yacht originally known as Cakewalk changed hands, and obviously changed names. At 280’8” (85.6 meters), she made history at launch Continue reading

Trinity Yachts Under New Ownership

UPDATE, JULY 10, 2015: Billy Smith, a co-founder of Trinity Yachts and its longtime vice president of sales and marketing, has rejoined the shipyard. In a statement, Shane Guidry, chairman and CEO of Harvey Gulf, says, Guidry said, “One of the most respected professionals in the maritime industry, Billy brings not just an institutional knowledge Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: Leda, by Trinity Yachts

When a New York developer decided to build a megayacht with a Louisiana-based shipyard not versed in yacht construction, some people raised eyebrows. Following the delivery of that yacht, the 97-foot (29.6-meter) Leda, those same people started paying closer attention. Leda helped put Trinity Yachts on the pleasureboating map. With roots firmly in military and Continue reading