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Trinity superyacht Themis sold

The 47.5 metre tri-deck motor yacht Themis has been sold with Bob Cury at RJC Yachts representing the vendor and Chris Daves at Denison & Daves introducing the buyer.

Themis was built in aluminium by US yard Trinity Yachts to an in-house design with delivery in 1998 and has been maintained to ABS class. A high-volume interior has been decorated by Dee Robinson and features mahogany and African pear wood joinery. The saloon and dining area are comfortable and make for wonderful relaxation and dining areas. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins. These include a master suite with a king sized bed, two VIP suites with king size beds and two twin cabins. All cabins have full en suite facilities.

Extensive deck areas have plenty of room for outdoor activities including a large flybridge with a bar, fridge, sink, ice maker and a six-person hot tub. Other features include full walk around decks, Naiad zero speed stabilisers and an Atlas shore power converter. Twin 2,250 Caterpillar engines give her a maximum speed of 21 knots and a cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles at 18 knots.

Themis will retain her original name but will complete a refit over this summer to include a new interior decor, all new water toys, new electronics with V-Sat communications and the installation of zero speed stabilizers.

Themis was asking $9,995,000.

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