Motor yacht Blind Date available for holiday charter at International Yacht Collection
by Malcolm MacLean
Due to a late cancellation, Allison Cecilio at International Yacht Collection is offering Trinity's 49m motor yacht Blind Date for charter in the Caribbean this Christmas/New Year.
Blind Date's dramatic award-winning interior by Patrick Knowles was inspired by the glamour and elegance of old-time Hollywood.
Unusually for a yacht from this builder, Blind Date's tenders are stowed below decks to free her entire sundeck for guest use. As a result, this is a super-large outdoor living centre, complete with lounging, dining and bathing, while two other decks support outdoor dining at different levels of formality.
Throughout her interior, photographs of film stars from the Fifties and Sixties add a glamorous finishing touch to this delightful vessel that sleeps a total of 12 in five staterooms. The main deck master suite is equipped with a king-sized double, and the lower deck offers three further double cabins with king-sized beds, and a twin cabin, whose beds can convert to a queen-sized double. One of the double cabins and the twin are equipped with an additional Pullman berth to take the total guest complement to 12.
Blind Date's main tender, a 5.48-metre Nautica, is perfect to tow her various water-skis, wakeboards and inflatable toys. For lovers of motorised sport there are a pair of powerful 215hp Wave-runners, while fitness fanatics will adore her two paddle boards, and a pair of kayaks. Dry exercise equipment includes a recumbent bike, yoga mats and free weights.
Blind Date is available at a weekly rate of $261,800 plus expenses.