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50m Trinity motor yacht Amarula Sun sold

7 February 2022 • Written by Holly Overton

The 50 metre motor yacht Amarula Sun has been sold in-house by Galati Yacht Sales with Captain Albert Rodriguez representing the seller.

Built in aluminium by American shipyard Trinity Yachts, Amarula Sun was delivered in 2008 and has received numerous updates throughout her life. She underwent a mechanical refit in 2014 with electronics and audiovisual upgrades the following year and a full overhaul of her generators in 2018 alongside a complete paint job. 

Amarula Sun was asking $18,900,000

Amarula Sun offers accommodation for up to 12 guests across nine staterooms with room for a crew of nine. A split-level master suite can be found forward on the main deck offering 180-degree views out to sea. All other guest cabins reside on the lower deck, comprised of three king-sized cabins and one twin.

A classic and highly detailed interior by Patrick Knowles features hand-polished American cherry panelling, maple burl and Bubinga woods throughout, complemented by hand-forged black iron railings with gold accents, intricate marble detailing and hand-painted murals overhead in the main saloon, formal dining area and skylounge.

At the heart of the vessel, the main saloon benefits from a large L-shaped sofa with four plush armchairs while the sky lounge above offers a more relaxed lounging option, complete with a bar, games table and surround sound system for movie nights on board.

Other highlights include a sundeck with an eight-person spa pool, with sun pads, a nearby bar, and there's even a television. All meals can be enjoyed al fresco on the upper aft deck with dining for up to 12 guests.

Power comes from a pair of Caterpillar 3516B-HD diesel engines delivering a cruising speed of 14 knots.

Amarula Sun was asking $18,900,000.

More about this yacht

Trinity Yachts   49.99 m •  2007

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