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Worth Avenue Yachts sells Trinity superyacht Mi Sueno

Michael Mahan at Worth Avenue Yachts tells me he worked together with his colleague Peter Thompson to represent the buyer and seller of the 57.9m motor yacht Mi Sueno.

Delivered by US superyacht yard Trinity Yachts in 2010, Mi Sueno features a sophisticated, modern interior designed by Patrick Knowles. An expansive saloon has comfortable seating, a 50 inch home theatre television screen and formal dining for 14 guests.

Accommodation is for 14 guests in seven well appointed staterooms. The split-level master suite is located on the main deck and is full beam, with a king size bed, private study, private lounge and his and hers baths. Two double VIP staterooms below have king size beds while two further doubles have queen size beds and there is a twin cabin with a Pullman berth. All staterooms have 42 inch television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.

She also features touch-and-go helicopter capability, a tender garage and a passenger elevator through three decks with wheelchair access. ABS classed and MCA compliant, Mi Sueno was designed for a transatlantic range, but also has a draft suitable for cruising the Bahamas and US East Coast. She has a maximum speed of 20 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.

Mi Sueno was asking $36,950,000.

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