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Four weeks charter guaranteed on sale of superyacht Blind Date

Now here's a clever marketing ploy from brokers Mark Elliott and Bob McKeage at International Yacht Collection as they guarantee four weeks charter revenue for the new owner of Trinity's new 48m superyacht Blind Date.

Delivered just before the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, she sleeps 12 guests in five staterooms including a split-level owner's suite and is still fully warrantied by Trinity Yachts. Currently lying in Fort Lauderdale she's a joint central agency with Peter Insull's Yacht Marketing, asking $36.25 million.

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