Cork Trick was built by Argentina’s Tarrab yard in GRP and delivered in 2002 as a Tarrab 92 model. The aft deck is fully covered and has a moulded transom seat with storage underneath. A teak table is six feet wide with an additional four chairs positioned around it for a total of eight guests to enjoy al fresco entertaining and dining. The full beam main saloon has large settees located on both port and starboard sides with a table and two large barrel type chairs. There is also a large 42 inch plasma television and a stereo entertainment system on the aft port side of the saloon. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for eight guests.
Access to the guest staterooms is down a centre line spiral staircase and all staterooms have ample storage space, television sets and en suite shower facilities. The master suite boasts walk in wardrobes and a vanity unit while the VIP stateroom has cedar-lined hanging lockers and there are a further two twin cabins Twin 1,475hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Cork Trick is asking $1,895,000.