Trinity's 180' Mia Elise

This private jet is called Trinity's 180' Mia Elise. She can accommodate Twelve (12) in six (6) staterooms and Twelve in seven (7) cabins. The max speed can get up to 15.5 knots, approximate and a cruise speed of 15 knots, approximate. Aft of the control center, the sky-lounge itself is a well laid out series of entertainment areas: A 60” plasma TV entertains at one end, with myriad couches and easy chairs, conversation nooks, set in fine art-festooned, dark mahogany walls. A complete bar with upholstered leather stools, and a gaming table make this a gathering place well-attended. Peering down the abyss of multiple levels in the staircase atrium, a circular concerto of wood and wrought iron have been tweaked into a working piece of art that lands on a Kaleidoscope of marble on the lower deck. On the main deck, the formal salon is a study in excellence, with dark mahogany woods used generously across the whole spectrum. It is accented by a harmonic of cream carpeting and soft bundled lights overhead, with the light tan color echoed on chair backs and seating. A 42” TV graces the main salon as well as a Yamaha piano for live entertainment. This Master stateroom is a Wow. An excellent example of a room design made into a work of esthetic distinction. Total balance in color, design elements and arrangement blend into a picture-perfect study. Dark tones set against the light blue, arcing into ovoid windows and the light shaded carpet impel studies in contrast and harmonics. The touch of gold in the picture frames as well as the neoclassic fixtures all blend with exemplary artistic merit, enhanced by the ceiling’s chandelier. The Master bath carries on the design elements of the master stateroom and goes it one better with the addition of the perfect oval bathtub. Echoed in shape and shade by the trio of windows, gold accents in the flooring, chandeliers, light fixtures and metamorphic marble vanity top.

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