Trinity Yachts
191' / 58.22m

Newport , Rhode Island , United States
Delivered in 2009 by the US shipyard Trinity Yachts UNBRIDLED embodies the superyacht lifestyle at its finest. At 58.2m (191ft) long with an interior volume of 803GT she offers generous space and lounge options for her guests to enjoy while exploring the most sought-after destinations on the water.
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Tax Not Applicable
Motor Yachts
Aluminum Hull
Vessel ID# 2793812
$24,950,000 USD
€23,167,322 Euros
CA$33,684,620 CAD
£20,094,680 GBP

Data Sheet
LOA 191' (58.22 meters)
Type power
Year 2009
Beam 35'
LWL 166'
Draft Max 10'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Aluminum

Engine 1

I D 146683
Hours Date 06-28-2023
Engine Make Caterpillar
Engine Model 3512B
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 2012.00
Power KW 1500.35
Fuel Type Diesel
Hours 15.00
Engine Location Port

Engine 2

I D 146684
Hours Date 06-28-2023
Engine Make Caterpillar
Engine Model 3512B
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 2012.00
Power KW 1500.35
Fuel Type Diesel
Hours 15.00
Engine Location Starboard

Generator 1

I D 10696
Generator KW 189.00

Generator 2

I D 10697
Generator KW 189.00

Generator 3

I D 10698
Generator KW 99.00


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Kevin Merrigan

Lauderdale Marine Center
2015 SW 20th Street
Fort Lauderdale Florida 33315 United States
Cell: +1 954 647 5986

Northrop & Johnson Chairman, Kevin Merrigan, has a background as unique and captivating as the yachts we represent. A native of San Diego, California, Kevin has sailed since childhood. After graduating from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Kevin found himself briefly landlocked during a short-lived foray in the oil and gas industry. With an itch to get back on the water and a plan to buy a boat, Kevin made a return trip to the west coast that didn’t quite go as expected.

“It was the late 1980s. I was an impetuous kid in my late twenties, and I’d made a little money. I’d gone back to California to buy an Irwin-52, but when I met the broker, it occurred to me that his job was much cooler than my job. Long story short, I furled the plan to buy the Irwin and instead moved to the east coast to pursue a career as a yacht broker. At the time, Northrop & Johnson was the only brokerage in the US with an international presence, so I decided it was the right place to be.”

After a season in Newport, Kevin moved to the Marblehead, Massachusetts office and became a partner. In 1990, he took over the Fort Lauderdale, Florida office, eventually becoming CEO of the Northrop and Johnson Holding Company. In 2020, Kevin embraced an opportunity to merge Northrop and Johnson with the resources, stability and influence of the Marine Max brand. Following the merger, Kevin remains committed and engaged as Northrop & Johnson's Chairman.

Kevin has negotiated purchase and sale agreements on over 300 yachts, he has contracted ten, new construction projects, and has closed deals in 15 countries. A yachting industry leader, Kevin was instrumental in founding the International Yacht Council and served on the Board of Directors of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association (FYBA) from 1994-2005. He has served as Treasurer for both the Florida Yacht Brokers Association and the International Yacht Council. Kevin is a member of FYBA, MYBA, YBAA, CYBA and LYBA.

As a true company patriarch, Kevin is known for treating his clients like family. Currently, 75- percent of his clients are repeat clients. He is married to his college sweetheart, Mariette, who was the Vice President and CFO of Northrop and Johnson for 26-years. They have been steadfast supporters of Kids In Distress, raising over $1M for the organization. The Merrigans’ son, Matthew recently graduated from Princeton and has followed his father’s path by journeying west to attend grad school at Stanford. Kevin and his wife divide their year between residences in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and Jamestown, RI.