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Motor yacht Skyfall joins the charter fleet

Motor yacht Skyfall joins the charter fleet

Modern 57.9m motor yacht Skyfall joins the charter fleet

The 57.9m (190’) motor yacht Skyfall has just been added to the charter fleet and is now available on the US East Coast.

Built by American yard Trinity Yachts and delivered in 2010, *Skyfall *features a sophisticated, modern interior by designer Patrick Knowles. A large saloon has comfortable seating, a 50in home theatre television screen and formal dining for 14 guests.

She offers accommodation for 14 guests in seven well-appointed staterooms. The split-level master suite is on the main deck. It is full-beam and has a king-size bed, as well as a private study, a private lounge and his and hers baths. Two double VIP staterooms below have king-size beds and two further doubles have queen-size beds. Finally, there is a twin cabin with a Pullman berth. All staterooms have 42in television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.

Skyfall also features "touch-and-go" landing for helicopters, a tender garage and a passenger elevator with wheelchair access through three decks. ABS-classed and MCA-compliant, she was designed with a transatlantic range, but has a draft suitable for cruising the Bahamas and US East Coast.

Water toys include two tenders, two SeaDoo Waverunners, two SeaBobs, snorkelling gear and a wide range of towables.

Skyfall charters at $300,000 per week through Worth Avenue Yachts.

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