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$1 million 'cashback' offer on superyacht Blind Date at Peter Insull

Peter Insull at Peter Insull's Yacht Marketing tells me the owner of the 49.07m Trinity motor yacht Blind Date will agree to charter her from a new owner in summer 2011 up to a charter value of $1 million.

Peter feels this incentive can be very attractive to buyers of such yachts, giving them a fast track into charter revenue. He also reports that Blind Date is already seeing return bookings from charter clients which, for such a new yacht, is praise indeed. And now for some details about the yacht herself:

Blind Date was launched by Trinity Yachts and made her debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in October 2009. Designed by the shipyard, she's the first Trinity to be built with the tenders on the aft deck in European fashion. This superyacht features a modern, sophisticated interior by renowned interior designer Patrick Knowles. Her layout accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms plus two extra Pullmans and includes a two level master suite with a private lounge area.

Blind Date 2009 was awarded a Judges' Special Commendation at the 2010 World Superyacht Awards and is on the market asking $33 million.

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