The yacht hit the water earlier this year and was sold to a new owner by Royal Yacht International in June.
Built with a steel displacement hull and aluminium superstructure, the vessel was designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta, with naval architecture handled in-house. Green & Mingarelli Design assisted with the interior alongside Benetti’s in-house style team. All artwork onboard was created by British photographer, David Yarrow.
Spanning six decks, the yacht accommodates twelve people in six “opulent” staterooms. The owner’s apartment is located on the upper deck and spans 130 sqm. The VIP stateroom is found on the main deck, while the remaining four guest cabins reside on the lower deck.
Luxury amenities abound on Triumph, which features a sauna, a fully equipped gym, a massage room and a Jacuzzi. The yacht also has a 70sqm beach club with a drop-down platform while a touch-and-go helipad located on the bow. Meanwhile, the sun deck features a Jacuzzi and a sheltered dining area and table which can seat ten.
Triumph is powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 M53R engines, which enable a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 4,700 nautical miles.