Here’s a chance to buy an award-winning superyacht from what appears to be a highly motivated seller. The owner of the 161-foot Trinity Blind Date has dropped the yacht’s asking price by $2 million in just two weeks, knocking it down to the current asking price of $22.9 million.
Blind Date is a 2009 build that won a 2010 Superyacht Award for being the best semi-displacement or planing motoryacht in her size range. She has been successful on the charter market, too, accommodating as many as 12 guests in five staterooms at a weekly base rate of $238,000.
Her split-level master suite boasts a seating area at the higher level for wide-angle views over the yacht’s bow and out its side windows. The layout is unusual, since Trinity usually puts the master bed at the higher level. This particular owner wanted more privacy in the sleeping area.
Interior décor throughout Blind Date is by award-winning designer Patrick Knowles.
International Yacht Collection manages Blind Date for charter and has her listed for sale with in-house broker Mark Elliott. The yacht is lying in Miami, Florida, for any potential buyers interested in scheduling a walk-through.