Reports have emerged that 58.22-metre superyacht, Unbridled, has run aground in the Malloy Channel near Miami Beach, Florida. The incident happened yesterday at around 11:00am with 14 people on board. No injuries have been reported.
Custom built by US shipyard, Trinity Yachts in 2009, the hull was designed by Patrick Knowles and has exterior styling by Geoff van Aller.
This displacement yachts has an aluminium hull and superstructure, with a beam of 10.4m and a 2.8m draft. She features three decks, all of which are made from teak.
She offers accommodated for up to 10 guests across her five suites, including an owner’s cabin, two double cabins, two twin cabins and two Pullman cabins, with an ultra-modern stablisation system in place to reduce roll-motion effect, resulting in a smoother, more enjoyable cruising experience for her guests. She is capable of carrying up to 13 crew on board, also.
Additionally, this Trinity hull features has ‘at-anchor’ stablisers, which work at zero speed, further increasing on board comfort at anchor and on rough waters. Built to MCA and ABS standards, her bow thrusters made her more maneuverable at low speeds.
When on the water, Unbridled has a cruising speed of 14.5 knots, a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 5,900 nautical miles.
The yacht’s owner has reportedly contracted Tow Boat US to determine the condition of the vessel.