$1 million price cut on Trinity motor yacht Blind Date at International Yacht Collection

14 March 2013 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

A call to International Yacht Collection confirms a $1 million price drop on Mark Elliott's central listing, Trinity’s 49m motor yacht Blind Date.

One of the newest Trinity 161s, Blind Date was built in 2009 and received a Judges’ Special Commendation at the 2010 World Superyacht Awards for her innovative layout and build quality.

She accommodates 12 guests in five cabins, and features a stunning forward-facing, split-level owner’s suite on the main deck with a private lounge, his and her bathrooms and excellent storage facilities. The elegantly appointed guest accommodation is housed on the lower deck in three double cabins (one with Pullman), and one twin cabin (with Pullman), which can be converted to a double.

On display at the Palm Beach show, Blind Date is now asking $23.9 million.

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Trinity Yachts   49.07 m •  2009

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