Trinity motor yacht Lohengrin sold

31 January 2019By Malcolm Maclean

The 49.1 metre motor yacht Lohengrin, listed for sale by Burgess Asia, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Scott Jones and Kevin Bonnie at IYC Monaco.

Built in aluminium by US yard Trinity Yachts to design by Geoff Van Aller, Lohengrin was delivered in 2006. A custom interior by Scott Carpenter in walnut and fine marbles accommodates eight guests in four cabins comprising a full beam split-level master suite and three double cabins, all with marble en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, a fifth cabin now serves as a spa area but could easily be converted back again to create room overall for 10 guests. Crew quarters sleep up to 10 members of staff.
 

Lohengrin was asking $12,000,000

The main saloon has an open plan layout using a range of exotic woods, fine marbles and onyx finishes to stunning effect. The lounge area has comfortable seating using settees and occasional chairs to create intimate conversation areas, as wells as a bar, fridge, ice maker and a full entertainment centre while the forward formal dining area seats 10 guests around a custom table.

Informal al fresco entertaining and dining is offered on the large aft deck while the expansive full-beam sun deck features a large Jacuzzi spa tub forward, surrounded by sun pads, with a bar and lounge area aft. Twin 2,250hp Caterpillar diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 16 knots topping out at 18 knots and she is fitted with Quantum zero speed stabilisers.

Lohengrin was asking $12,000,000.

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