A MAGNIFICENT SAILING YACHT - DESIGNED BY RON HOLLAND
Voted "Luxury Yacht of the Year 1998" by Cruising World magazine, the thoroughbred Trintella 47 - hand built by the highly respected Trintella shipyard in the Netherlands - demonstrates the absolute finest in traditional craftsmanship embodied in a modern yacht. Combining luxurious cruising comfort with exciting performance, the Trintella 47's track record for long ocean voyages has already established her as a true bluewater cruiser capable of safe and fast passage making.
One yacht alone has covered 26,000 miles in two years, including three transatlantic passages. The 47 offers an irresistible attraction to those who appreciate true character and understated elegance. The hallmark of each Trintella Yacht is undoubtedly the quality of craftsmanship that is evident in every detail of design and construction. Synonymous with advanced design and build quality, Trintella has created more than 1,400 fine oceangoing yachts in over 44 years.
The Trintella 47 is born from a unique blend of Ron Holland's vast experience in designing the world's most prestigious yachts and Rene van der Velden's flair for interior design. The Trintella 47 meets the highest specifications to satisfy the aspirations and expectations of the most demanding owner.
The beautiful Trintella 47 has tried and tested bluewater sailing capabilities. Ease of shorthanded sailing and performance cruising are keywords used to express best what you can expect from a yacht of this pedigree. On deck, the twin distinctive cockpit layout with "hardtop" or "Cuddy" arrangement offers a high degree of comfort and security for guests and crew; moreover, the "sailing" cockpit benefits from all sail controls led aft, with the convenience of electric self-tailing winches falling easily to hand for the helmsman. The modern powerful rig with swept back spreaders and without running backstays has been designed to provide a perfectly balanced sail plan which is delightfully easy to handle and boasts the significant advantage of a self-tacking jib. This combination ensures a yacht which is a true joy to sail.
"Querencia" is all set to take you anywhere in the world you dream of going. Following are just a few of her many features:
|Beam||14 ft 9 in||Max Draft||6 ft 4 in|
|Engine Make||Yanmar||Engine Model||4JH3-TE|
|Fuel Capacity||185 gal||Length at Waterline||37 ft 10 in|
|Length Overall||47 ft 3 in||Cabin Headroom||6 ft 7 in|
|Holding Tank Size||52 gal||Water Capacity||140 gal|
|Engine Hours||1899||Number of Engines||1|
The unashamedly luxurious appointments of the Trintella 47 are both spacious and highly functional, with generous headroom throughout. Quality of craftsmanship is evident in every detail of design and construction throughout the yacht. Practical features abound, including the heavily insulated walk-in engine room that discreetly houses a work bench and vice, a generator, water maker, and hydraulic systems. The light Ash wood combined with overhead hatches, ports and windows make for a light and bright interior. In the evening the many halogen lights overhead and the track lighting along the floor make for a warm and inviting setting.
The Trintella 47 has two large staterooms fore and aft (each with an en-suite head and separate shower compartment). The salon has comfortable seating for six and a spacious galley designed to be safe and secure in heavy seas. A comprehensively equipped navigation station carefully positioned on the starboard of the salon is a feature of the 47 and provides the perfect blend of form and function.
A double berth to port with storage lockers outboard. On the starboard side is a good sized hanging locker, drawers and a locker with shelves providing plenty of storage. Forward of the stateroom is an ensuite head. Features of the head are: separate shower which has an overhead light with exhaust fan in it, a marine head, white Pietraluce counter with a large molded in washbasin, lockers above with mirrors mounted on the front and 2 additional lockers.
The salons L-shaped seating is extremely comfortable. The elegant Burled Maple dining table folds in half to make a convenient cocktail table. On either side of the salon is a continuous pelmet behind which curtain tracks and concealed lighting are fitted. Numerous lockers and drawers are found throughout the salon for storage.
The navigation station positioned on the starboard side of the salon, provides the perfect blend of form and function. In front of and outboard of the nav table is a wraparound console. (See Navigation & Electric Equipment section for more details.)
The spacious galley is positioned aft of the salon on the starboard side. Its layout ensures that you are safe and secure at sea in heavy weather. The cook is undisturbed yet not cut-off from the rest of the salon. (See Galley section for more details.)
The owners stateroom is aft and features a large centerline berth. This berth is split to accommodate lee cloths when required. On either side of the berth are settees, which match the salon upholstery. There is a hanging locker on the starboard side with a shoe locker below. On the port side are three drawers. Additional storage is found outboard in lockers and under the settees. The ensuite head features are: separate shower which has an overhead light with exhaust fan in it, a marine head head, white Pietraluce counter with a large molded in washbasin, lockers above and below the basin and mirrors mounted on either side of the head.
Additional Features are as follows:
The spacious galley is positioned aft of the salon on the starboard side. It's layout ensures that it is safe and secure at sea in heavy weather. The cook is undisturbed yet not cut-off from the rest of the salon. A stainless steel handrail for safety is conveniently located the length of the galley.
Additional Features are as follows:
Excellent access and work area is provided in the well lit full walk-in engine room. In addition to the engine, the main mechanical systems are mounted in this room. The door and room are heavily insulated to minimize noise. A convenient workbench and tool storage is located here. There is an air inlet and forced air extractor for the engine room.
The navigation station positioned on the starboard side of the salon provides the perfect blend of form and function. The chart table is of ample size and has chart stowage below. Additional storage is found below the chart table and beneath the seat. In front of and outboard of the table are the navigational and communication instruments.
Instruments at the Helm in the Aft Cockpit
Instruments in Forward Cockpit
Instruments at the Nav Station
The Trintella 47 has a modern powerful rig with swept back spreaders greatly eliminating the need for running backstays. However, for when there is very heavy weather, Querencia has the additional security of having running backstays. Ron Holland begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting designed her to provide a perfectly balanced sail plan which is delightfully easy to handle and boasts the significant advantage of a self-tacking jib. This combination ensures a yacht which is a true joy to sail!
All control lines are led aft to the cockpit through a clever system of organizers and a large diameter SS tube (which also serves as a handrail) to keep the deck as clear as possible and to make it possible to conduct most sailing operations from the security of the cockpit.
A very large Sail/Chain locker is accessible from the foredeck via a large watertight deck hatch. There is plenty of space for sails, lines and fenders. There is also access to the chain locker. There is a watertight bulkhead immediately aft of this area. This area has its own automatic bilge pump.