$1 Million Brokerage Price Drop

The 161-foot Trinity Rockstar, now repaired from bridge collapse, remains for sale.

Trinity yacht Rockstar

Trinity yacht Rockstar

The owner of the 161-foot Trinity Rockstar—which made headlines in December after a Florida bridge collapsed onto her superstructure—has reduced his asking price by $1 million, to $18.9 million. According to sales broker Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection, the yacht has been fully repaired from the incident, with the work completed at Lauderdale Marine Center in Florida. Aluminum work was done to the radar arch, and fairing and painting were done in that part of the boat, as well as repairs to the teak decking. To read more on this amazing yacht, click here!

The owner of the 161-foot Trinity Rockstar—which made headlines in December after a Florida bridge collapsed onto her superstructure—has reduced his asking price by $1 million, to $18.9 million.

According to sales broker Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection, the yacht has been fully repaired from the incident, with the work completed at Lauderdale Marine Center in Florida. Aluminum work was done to the radar arch, and fairing and painting were done in that part of the boat, as well as repairs to the teak decking.

International Yacht Collection is describing the owner as "very motivated" to sell the 2009 build, which previously was known as Blind Date. The yacht's interior is a Patrick Knowles design with a split-level main-deck master suite and four additional guest staterooms.

Included in the asking price are Rockstar's toys, including four WaveRunners.

Full specs and more information are at www.iyc.com.