124-foot Trinity Sees Price Improvement

This recently refit 124-foot mega-yacht with a strong charter history gets a $352,000 price reduction.
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The 124-foot mega-yacht Pursuit has five staterooms, three bars, two alfresco dining spots and an asking price of $4.99 million. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Worth Avenue Yachts currently has Pursuit, a 124-foot Trinity Yachts semi-displacement mega-yacht, listed for sale with an asking price of $4.99 million–down $352,000 from its initial listing price. The 2002 build is primed for its next owners having undergone a refit in 2017, a mechanical overhaul in 2019, and a soft goods and furniture refurbishment by Bonville and Associates in 2022. And for owners looking to offset expenses with charter, Pursuit has a successful charter history, accommodations to sleep 11 in its five-stateroom layout and a seven-foot, five-inch shoal draft that pairs perfectly with international charter.

Stepping into the salon, guests will notice the three-stool bar immediately to port. Forward, social space is defined by the furniture, which includes an L-shaped sofa to port with two loose lounge chairs and two ottomans in close proximity. A formal dining area with a 10-person table resides forward of the sofa.

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This salon layout creates a space for casual pre-dinner cocktails. Forward is the formal dining space for 10 guests. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Continuing forward guests have access to the day head and the professional galley. Any chef or cooking enthusiast on board will rejoice with the sizable countertop space and appliance selection. The galley is equipped with a Wolf five-burner glass cooktop, a Sub-Zero stainless-steel refrigerator and freezer, two KitchenAid Supra convection ovens, a stainless-steel vented hood, stainless-steel sinks and a disposal, two Bosch dishwashers, a Whirlpool ice maker, KitchenAid trash compactor, KitchenAid refrigerator and freezer drawers, pantry stowage and an Espresso machine. Windows bring natural light into the space.

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These stairs lead to the owners’ stateroom and three more guest staterooms. There is also an on-deck VIP. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Pursuit has a main-deck VIP stateroom, forward of the galley, with a queen berth and an en suite head. Belowdecks, guests will find the other four staterooms. The full-beam amidships owners’ suite has a king berth and marble-finished his-and-hers en suite heads split in the middle by an etched-glass steam shower. Forward, there are two mirrored VIP staterooms with queen berths and en suite heads. The fifth stateroom has side-by-side twin berths and a Pullman, a great space for the kids.

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The salon has a cozy three-stool bar setup. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Stairs flank the transom leading to the cockpit aft. It is furnished with a bench seat against the transom, a fixed varnished teak table and six loose chairs, and is a great spot for protected alfresco dining. There’s also a four-seat L-shaped bar forward with a 42-inch flip-down flat-screen TV. Side decks lead to the foredeck, which has an eight-person sun pad for catching rays.

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Pursuit’s owners’ stateroom is below decks and spans the mega-yacht’s 26-foot beam. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

The mega-yacht’s raised pilothouse has a dinette abaft the lower helm stations Stidd chair. Stairs aft lead up to the flybridge. The flybridge is laid out to accommodate a tender and PWC stowage aft. Forward, guests will find a whirlpool spa, three lounge chairs to port and a grill abaft the bench seat to starboard. The four-seat flybridge bar is the third and final bar found on board Pursuit. There is protected alfresco dining for eight at the L-shaped settee to port, a fixed table and loose chairs. The upper helm station is found forward and to port.

Pursuit has two crew cabins, one is the captain’s cabin with a double berth and en suite head, and the other is a cabin with over-under bunks with an en suite head.

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This is the view from the on-deck VIP stateroom. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Twin 1,800 hp MTU 16V2000 diesels give Pursuit a reported 18-knot top speed. At its 12-knot cruise speed, the 124-foot Trinity has a reported range of 4,200 nautical miles. Fuel capacity is 10,500 gallons. As of September 2023, the port engine has 9,539 total hours and the starboard engine has 9,474 total hours.

A 2021 20-foot Brig Eagle 6 Rib tender is included with the purchase of Pursuit.

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This 124-foot Trinity is powered by twin 1,800 MTU diesels and has transatlantic range at 12 knots. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Other notable features on board include Starlink Wifi, two Kilopak generators, two Icom VHF radios, five Qvei monitors with black-box technology with one screen is dedicated to towing, Qvei monitor input selector screen, Nav Computer with Nobletec and Tx Weather, two DDEC Digital engine displays, Carlisle and Finch remote spotlight, Kahlenberg whistle control, a C-Plath gyro, Sperry Marine Navipilot 4000 autopilot, a Furuno 96-mile radar, an Icom single sideband radio, Furuno FA-150 Universal AIS, two Icom command mic VHF remotes, B&G Hydra 2000 LCD multifunction navigation aid, two DDEC displays, C-Plath Navipilot 4000 autopilot, Danforth Constellation magnetic compass, a Furuno NavNet multifunction navigation aid, radar plotter, GPS, sounder and log and a Garmin 4208 GPS with maps.

Where is Pursuit located? The yacht is currently lying in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Take the next step: contact the listing agents, Shannon McCoy and Michael Mahan, Shannon@WorthAvenueYachts.com, Michael@WorthAvenueYachts.com, +1 (561) 833-4462, worthavenueyachts.com

Quick Specifications:

  • Length Overall: 124′
  • Maximum Beam: 26′
  • Fuel Capacity: 10,500 Gal.
  • Draft: 7’5″