Single-handed, well maintained and well equipped yacht: Leisure Furl boom, eletric winches, self tacking jib, generator, inverter, Webasto (radiators)* 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 1,000 fine oceangoing yachts in over 44 years - and the composite construction 47 continues this reputation with panache and grace. Steeped in Dutch craftsmanship, Trintella Yachts builds on its heritage to incorporate the very latest construction techniques and technological advances. The Trintella 47 is borne 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 our most demanding customer. The beautiful Trintella 47 has tried and tested bluewater sailing capabilities, which are as relevant when idling around the finest anchorages of the world, as they are when making serious ocean passages. 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 "Doghouse" 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 optional 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. She can be tacked easily by the helmsman alone, and the rod steering ensures a direct "feel" from the deep spade rudder. While her comforts and luxurious appearance are her most obvious attributes, her performance is further enhanced by the application of the most sophisticated technology. Computer aided design dramatically improves hull and keel profile providing superior stability and speed, while the use of aramid composites makes for enhanced safety characteristics. A sandwich construction, utilizing the technologically advanced SCRIMP process, ensures great strength and lightweight qualities. The application of vinylester resin significantly contributes to osmosis protection and is further promoted by the SCRIMP construction process. The unashamedly luxurious appointments of the Trintella 47 are both spacious and highly functional, with generous headroom of 1.95 m (6 feet 7 inches) or more throughout. Practical features abound, including the heavily insulated walk-in engine room that will also discreetly house options such as a work bench and vice, a generator, water maker, and hydraulic systems. Thoughtful but less obvious details include standard features such as cedar lined hanging lockers in each cabin which keep your clothing fresh and moth-free and an entertainment center boasting TV-Video and CD player. Above all, Rene van der Velden's particular talent combines careful planning of the interior spaces with the delicate art of selecting woods and fabrics to create an environment that makes extended cruising a constant delight. Finely styled, and elegant without being ostentatious, you can choose a wide selection of upholstery fabrics and materials to create a yacht that is as comfortable as your home. Available in two layouts, the Trintella 47 can provide accommodation for up to six people, with a saloon that has comfortable seating for six and a spacious galley designed to be safe and secure in heavy seas. You can choose to have two large cabins fore and aft (each with an en-suite head and separate shower compartment). Alternatively, the work shop space can be fitted out with a twin cabin with bunk beds. A comprehensively equipped navigation station carefully positioned on the starboard of the saloon is a feature of the 47 and provides the perfect blend of form and function. Specification Each Trintella is built to the highest quality in terms of design specification, craftsmanship, and technological development, thereby ensuring quality standards you can trust. For further reassurance, each yacht is 100 percent guaranteed for one year from delivery, with all fixtures, fittings, and equipment installed in the yacht also carrying the manufacturers' warranties and guarantees. There are many variations and options that you can choose to incorporate in the design and construction of your yacht. However you design and fit your boat, it will naturally be dockside tested before delivery, and then will undergo a full technical sail trial after delivery. * Designs on the future: -- In 1994 Trintella approached world renowned designer Ron Holland and began a collaboration which would shape the future of Trintella Yachts, marrying the tradition and heritage of Trintella with the latest technology and innovation. The result is a perfect balance of styles, retaining the trademark Trintella look while offering enhanced performance under sail and even more volume below decks. "Every boat is designed from scratch," explains a spokesman from the Ron Holland Design Office in Kinsale, Ireland. "Our challenge is to slowly adapt the range, balancing the old with the new. We don't want to design something too space age, as we want to ensure that the Trintella heritage, particularly the trademark doghouse, remains and that the resale value is never affected by changes in fads and fashions." The result of this collaboration is a yacht that carries the unmistakable Ron Holland signature: timeless looks, ultimate functionality, traditional Trintella lines and ultra-modern systems engineering, combined with a performance hull that reinforces Trintella's position at the top of the ocean cruising tree.
Shape: round bilged
Rudder: balanced rudder
Steering system: hydraulich transmission: 1x Whitlock pedestal with stainless steel steering wheel covered with leather and sand color pedestalcover and 1x Raymarine Joystick steering in dockhouse
Windows: 5x Lewmar deckhatch (the hatch above the fore cabin has a stainless steel), 1x Lewmar hatch in dockhouse roof and Gebo portholes
Load displacement (kg): approx. 15.000
Ballast (kg): approx. 4.990
Vertical clearance (m): approx. 22 meter
Build Nr.: NL-TRH14211I898
CE code: A, CE 0614
Other: White polyester hull with blue striping. This specific Trintella has been customized from new by changing the original cockpit with bridge deck layout into a one-area center cockpit. Teak on cockpit floor and cockpit seats. Rigid teak cockpit table on stainless steel supports with foldable teak blades. Cockpit table cover in sand white fabric. 6x mooring cleats (also amidships). This yacht has always been professionally maintained. All manuals on board.
Material, colours: teak carpentry and floor, varnished
Upholstery, curtains: sand white leather upholstery in saloon with foldable cockpit table
Cabins: fore cabin, saloon and aft cabin
Berths: 4 berths
Headroom: approx. 2,00 meter
TV: Grundig TV with decoder and Raymarine digital receiver
Cooking device: Bosch 4 burner ceramic coocker
Other: Spacious galley with marble blades, double stainless steel sink and Grohe mixer tap. Coocking fan extractor (with 3-speed and light). Candy Aquamatic washing machine (4 kg). The fore cabin has a make-up table with mirror and sliding seat at starboard. Special matrass and slats in fore- and aftcabin. Brass Wempe clock, barometer and Hygro/temperaturemeter on main bulkhead. Red floor lighting.
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 80 HP / 59 kW
Year built: 1998
Engine hours: approx. 791 hours (June 2016)
Fuel tank: approx. 550 liter
Cooling system: intercooling
Propulsion: fixed propellor shaft with 3-blade Maxprop folding propellor and spare 3-blade fixed propellor
Fuel consumption: approx. 4,3 L/H
Measuring instruments: X
Voltage: 12, 24 and 230 Volt
Operating panel: X
Water pressure system: Barco electric water pressure system
Warm water: approx. 45 liter Raritan boiler (via engine and with 230 Volt shorepower)
Water tank: approx. 690 liter
Holding tank: 2x approx. 125 liter
Shore power: fixed Marinco shore power connection with earth leak switch and shore power cable
Water tank gauge: X
Oil pressure gauge: X
Temperature meter: X
Other: The engine has been serviced yearly. Mastervolt Battery Monitor. 230 Volt poweroutlets in all cabins, 1x 230 Volt poweroutlet in cockpit (underneath dockhouse) and 1x 12 Volt poweroutlet at chart table.
Rig and sails
Type: sloop rigged (19/20)
Spars, stays: white sprayed aluminium Proctor mast, white sprayed aluminium Leisure Furl furling boom and hydraulich Navtec vang, stainless steel Rode Rigging stays, 3 sets aft-swept spreaders and hydraulic Navtec backstay adjuster
Winches: stainless steel Lewmar winches, 2x 44 STE (electric halyard winch), 2x 48 STE (electric genoa winch), 2x ST winch mounted on mast
Sails material: white dacron sails
Genoa: furling genoa
Genoa reefing system: Harken furling headsail system
Fore sail: 2002: Wittevrongel: selftacking furling jib
Other: Because all halyards, sheets, hydraulic Navtec control (of vang and backstay) and electric winches (with extra control buttons on cockpitfloor, behind pedestal) are within reach when standing behind the pedestal (with control buttons of Leisure Furl in-boom furling), this yacht can be easily sailed single-handed. Lewmar blocks, genoa tracks, and track for self tacking jib. Sand white genoa cover (rocon). Set of three Lewmar halyard stops on port and starboard of the edge in hte cockpit. Double Lewmar halyard stops on deck (next to cockpit). White sprayed aluminium Proctor spinnakere pole (hanging on rails on frontside of the mast). The foredeck has an engagement point for a cutterstay.
Navigation and electronics
Rudder indicator: in autopilot
Weatherfax/Navtex: Renaud Digital Navtex Receiver NPR2
Other: 4x Raymarine ST70 Multi Repeater (2013) above entrance of the cockpit and 1x 4x Raymarine ST70 Multi Repeater (2013) at the chart table. Windex.
Windlass: Lewmar 24 Volt electric windlass
Fenders, lines: X
Swimming ladder: foldable stainless steel boarding ladder
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: stainless steel stanchions, pulpit, pushpit (with plastic seats), double wired stainless steel guardrails, amidships passages
Other: Stern shower (hot and cold water). Deckwashpump. Two large storage lockers in the aft deck and 1x on foredeck.
CE certification: A
Other: Emergency tiller.