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ODIN 126′ Trinity [Superyacht Charter Review]

Linda Brockman | May 6, 2021



4 Reasons To Charter Superyacht ODIN For Your Next Vacation

In Norse mythology, Odin is the god who rules many things — sky, war, death, wisdom, poetry and magic. Containing all the knowledge of the universe, Odin is the one-eyed ruler of Valhalla, aka Viking heaven. New Orleans boat-builder Trinity must have been inspired by this all-knowing, fearless god when it built the 126-foot yacht, ODIN in 2001. 

Aerial view of ODIN 126' Trinity

Claudette Bonville’s distinct style is evident in ODIN’s exterior, and the yacht’s contemporary interior is stylish with marble and wood accents. But ODIN is more than just her beauty. Here are 4 reasons why ODIN is an ideal vessel for your next vacation:

Ample Space for Everyone

ODIN 126' Trinity's formal dining room

Whether eating or relaxing on ODIN, guests and family members will have a choice of areas to all be together. Both the formal dining room and aft deck have a long table with the best views of the seas. The casual country kitchen is warm and inviting with stylish seating.

Soak up the Sun

ODIN 126' Trinity's sundeck

While the salon and intimate staterooms provide elegant spaces for resting and entertaining inside, ODIN’s grand sundeck will inspire you to want to stay outside. Its bar, BBQ and cushy seating invite you and your guests to catch some rays and a breeze while relaxing or dining.

The Fun is Built In

ODIN 126' Trinity, waverunners and paddleboards in the background; a waverunner in the foreground.

Refit in 2020, ODIN has a swim platform and beach club with two Yamaha wave runners, four paddleboards, and a variety of inflatables and towables, so everyone in the family will have their choice. 

It’s Less Than $100K for a week

126' Trinity Odin's sundeck

She sleeps up to 8 guests and 6 crew members. ODIN is located in The Bahamas and can be booked for a private luxury charter from $70,000 a week.


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