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Tarrab motor yacht Cork Trick sold

The 28.04 metre motor yacht Cork Trick, listed for sale with Moran Yacht & Ship, has been sold in an in-house deal.

Built from composite materials by Argentinian yard Tarrab Yachts and launched in 2002, she was refitted in 2012 with new soft furnishings throughout. Her shallow draught of just 1.5 metres makes her an ideal choice for cruising both US coastal waters and the Bahamas.

Accommodation for up to eight guests is split across four spacious and accessible staterooms that were designed by the in-house team, while the crew quarters allow for a staff of up to four people. The aft deck is split into two distinct areas, with a sheltered outdoor dining area forward of the enclosed cockpit, which is accessed via a pair of stairs to port and starboard.

Other standout features include the flybridge, with its twin sunloungers, wet bar and upper helm position shaded by a hardtop bimini. The storage area aft is large enough to house a pair of Jet Skis or a tender. Further al fresco relaxation is offered on the foredeck with its built-in seating area — ideal for relaxing in privacy when moored stern-to.

Power comes from a pair of Caterpillar 3412E engines for a top speed of 22 knots and comfortable cruising at 18 knots, while her total fuel capacity of 12,000 litres allows for extended coastal cruises. Maintained to a high standard, she has the added benefit of low engine hours.

Cork Trick was asking $1,490,000.

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