Peter Insull's and International Yacht Collection offer incentive to sell Blind Date superyachts

3 December 2009 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Jane Hardy at Peter Insull's Yacht Marketing tells me of an unusual move by the owner of Trinity's 49m luxury yacht Blind Date and the 41m Lurssen superyacht, also named Blind Date.

In order to encourage brokers to sell his yachts over and above others on the market, he's instructed Peter Insull's and joint central agents International Yacht Collection to offer an added incentive to brokers: some charter use on whichever yacht remains unsold, provided the deal originates from before March 1st 2010.

If the Trinity Blind Date is sold, 14 days will be offered on the Lurssen Blind Date; If the Lurssen superyacht is sold, seven days will be offered on Trinity's motor yacht. Current charter rates can be found by contacting Peter Insull's Yacht Marketing who are central agents for charter. Lurssen's Blind Date, asking $12.95 million, remains in the South of France while the Trinity Blind Date, at $36.25 million, is in the Caribbean and will be taking part in the St Maarten Charter Show.

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