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Trinity Superyacht Blind Date II's maiden voyage

Peter Insull of Peter Insull's Yacht Marketing tells me that Trinity's 49.07m superyacht Blind Date II, a joint central agency for sale with International Yacht Collection, left the Gulfport yard yesterday for her maiden voyage, en route to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show via the Bahamas.

Built for an American family, the superyacht sports a Patrick Knowles interior with five staterooms for up to 12 guests and is available for viewing at FLIBS by the Trinity stand on the Face Dock. Peter goes on to say that he will be the owner's agent for charter and she will spend her first winter in the Caribbean. Blind Date II is asking $36.25 million and the picture below shows her passing through the final bridge at Biloxi as she heads out to the open sea.

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