Spotlight: Trinity Motor Yacht Rebel
Asking: $11,900,000 with RJC Yacht Sales
Trinity motor yacht Rebel first hit the water in 2005 and has been a successful charter vessel ever since, cruising extensively along both US coastlines, the Bahamas and the Caribbean. She underwent a major refit at Derektor in 2015 and has been continually upgraded.
An interior by Claudette Bonville is decked out in dark mahogany panelling contrasted by light-coloured furniture with accents of sea blue, and can accommodate up to 10 guests across five staterooms. A full-beam master suite benefits from six oversized oval-shaped windows complemented by white panelling, his and hers bathrooms with a marble Jacuzzi-tub, and walk-in wardrobes. Meanwhile a spiral staircase leads to an additional four en suite guest cabins on the lower deck.
Rebel offers al fresco dining on the aft deck with a second formal dining option for up to 10 guests adjacent to the main saloon. Made for entertaining, there are three fully-equipped bars on board: one on the sundeck, one in the skylounge and another in the main saloon.
Up top, guests can enjoy a large sunlounging area aft – with removeable awnings offering welcome shade from the midday sun – as well as an inviting Jacuzzi. Meanwhile, on the bow, large foredeck sunpads offer more private sun soaking.
Power comes from twin 2,250 HP diesel engines with a top speed of 19 knots and a range of 4000 nautical miles.